Recent and Selected Articles and Essays
“On Being Redacted: Finding Place” in Rick Dingus, Shifting Views & Changing Places
(Norman: U. of Oklahoma Press, 2016). Forthcoming
“’Who Was That Masked Man?’:Conception and Reception in The Lone Ranger”. Eds. Marek Paryz and
John Leo, The Post-2000 Film Western (UK: Palgrave, 2015).
“Black Looks and Imagining Oneself Richly: The Cartoons of Jackie Ormes.” Polish Journal of American
Studies (Vol. 7) 2013, 83-102.
“Postmodern and Native Identities: Restor(y)ing Place in Hawai’i.” Eds. Ewa B. Luczak, Justyna
Wierzchowska, and Joanna Ziarkowska, In Other Words: Dialogizing Postcoloniality,
Race and Ethnicity (Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2012).
“Photography and Story: Making and Marking Landscapes.” Eds. John Leo and Marek Paryz, Projecting
Words, Writing Images: Intersections of the Textual and the Visual in American Cultural Practices
(UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011).
“Prairie Interrupted.” Eds. Kurt Caswell, Susan Leigh Tomlinson, and Diane Hueter Warner, To Everything
On Earth: New Writing on Fate, Community, and Nature (Lubbock: Texas Tech U. Press, 2010).
“Shared and Shifting Land(scapes): Making Memoir and Personal Ecology in the Pajarito Journals of
Peggy Pond Church.” Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies (Vol 27, 2006) 111-139.
“Traveling Light: The Achievement of Barry Lopez.” Eds. Agata Preis-Smith, Ewa Luczak, and Marek
Paryz, Mosaics of Words: Essay on the American and Canadian Literary Imagination in Memory
of Professor Nancy Burke (Warsaw: Institute of English Studies, 2006).
“Ham Hill: Nobody’s Fool.” Studies in American Humor (New Series 3, No. 13, 2005-2006) 29-36.
“Writing Llano.” Eds. Lou Halsell Rodenberger, Laura Payne Butler, and Jacqueline Kolosov, Writing on
the Wind: An Anthology of West Texas Women Writers (Lubbock: Texas Tech U. Press, 2005).
“Tigua Pueblo: Materializing Language, Transmitting Memory.” Ed. Werner Sollors, Multilingual
America: Transnationalism, Ethnicity, and the Languages of American Literature (New York:
New York University Press, l998).
“Landscape as Photograph and Photograph as Landscape: The New Topographics.” Southwest
Review (Autumn l989) 422-500.
“Rawhide Heroines and the Myth of America.” Ed. Sam B. Girgus, The American Self: Myth, Ideology,
and Popular Culture (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, l981).
“The Lady as Jock: A Popular Culture Perspective on the Woman Athlete.” The Journal of Popular Culture
(Vol. X, Summer l976) 122-132.