short works

Fan Fiction. Twentieth-Century and Contemporary American Literature in Context. Volume 2. Ed. Linda De Roche. ABC-CLIO, 2021. 361-363.

Slash. International Encyclopedia of Gender, Media, and Communication. Ed. Karen Ross. Wiley & Sons, 2020.

Feminism and Fandom Revisited: Fan Labor and Feminism. In Focus Editor. Cinema Journal 54.3 (Summer 2015). 110-55.

Pon Farr, Mpreg, Bonds, and the Rise of the Omegaverse. Why Fanfiction is Taking over the World. Ed. Anne Jamison. Smart Pop Books, 2013. 288-94. [Omegaverse link collection]

Spreadable Media: Creating Value and Meaning in a Networked Culture. Roundtable participant. Cinema Journal 53.3 (Spring 2014): 152–177. [Expanded and reprinted in Transformative Works and Cultures 17.]

“Scholarly Critiques and Critiques of Scholarship.” Co-written with Alexis Lothian. Camera Obscura 77 (September 2011).

Fandom and Feminism: Gender and the Politics of Fan Production. In Focus Editor. Cinema Journal 48.4 (Summer 2009): 104–136.

Fans, Fandom, Fan Studies. Encyclopedia of Communication Theory. Ed. Stephen Littlejohn and Karen Foss. Thousand Oaks: Sage, 2009.

Attention Economy, Layered Publics, and Research Ethics” Flow: A Critical Forum on Television and Media Culture. 9.14 – Special Issue: Social Media (2009).

“Fan Fiction.” and “Slash.” Women in Science Fiction and Fantasy: An Encyclopedia. Ed. Robin Reid. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2008. 111–13, 280–82.

“Slash.” Mein Heimliches Auge: Das Jahrbuch der Erotik 2007/2008. Ed. Claudia Gehrke. Tübingen: konkursbuch, 2007.

Conversation with Cornel Sandvoss, University of Surrey. Gender and Fan Culture Series, Confessions of an Aca-Fan: The Official Weblog of Henry Jenkins, Guest Blogger July 2007.

Fandom-is-a-Way-of-Life versus Watercooler Discussion; or, The Geek Hierarchy as Fannish Identity Politics. Flow: A Critical Forum on Television and Media Culture. Special Conference Issue (2006).

“Holocaust Literature and its Ethical Limitations.” and “The Holocaust and Modernity.” History in Dispute: The Holocaust, 1933-1945. Ed. Tandy McConnell. History in Dispute, Vol. 11. Detroit: Gale, 2003. 50–54, 75–78.

Kristina Busse