“A Hazard of New Forms: William Dean Howells and Popular Entertainment.” Chapter in Teaching American Realism and Naturalism, ed. Louis J. Budd and Thomas Dean. [forthcoming from the Modern Language Association]
“The Case of Kalem’s Ben-Hur (1907) and the Transformation of Cinema.” Quarterly Review of Film and Video 18.3 (August 2001).
Book Review of American Madonna: Images of the Divine Woman in American Literary Culture. American Literature, December 1998
Work in Progress
“’None Tell the Truth as I Know It’: John Brown in Historical Fiction.” Article in Progress
“Developing an Interdisciplinary Film Minor.” Article in Progress
in the Classroom: A Roundtable on Teaching Film and Video.”
Session Chair and Presenter. American
Studies Association Annual Conference,
Texts, Multiple Intersections: Creating
Intersections in Faculty Reading Groups.”
Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education
Representations of John Brown.” Introduced
and served as respondent to panel. John
Brown 2000 Conference,
Brown's Perpetual Resurrection." Organized
and chaired panel, delivered paper. Modern
Language Association Annual Conference,
in The Sweet Hereafter: Novel and Film."
Cinema Studies in Non-Cinema Studies Departments."
Organized and chaired workshop. Society
for Cinema Studies Conference,
Ben-Hur (1907) Legal Case and the 'Authorizing' of Cinema."
Society for Cinema Studies Conference,
Invited Lectures, Talks, and Workshops
“Center For Teaching and Learning Reading Roundtable.” Fall 2000, Spring 2001, Spring 2002
“Women Film Pioneers.” Theories of Gender, Race and Class, Dr. Deborah Logan, October 2000
“Teacher as Editor.” Workshop sponsored by the Western Kentucky University Center For Teaching and Learning, March 2000.
"Citizen Kane as Art and as History." American Press History, Dr. Linda Lumsden, March 1998 and 1999
"Interdisciplinary Studies." Introduction to Graduate Studies, Dr. Joseph Millichap, October 1998
and Potentials of Interdisciplinary Teaching."
“How We View Students: Images, Metaphors, Assumptions.” Workshop sponsored by the Western