Contributions to Peer-Reviewed Journals
"The Oceanic Imagination: Canadian and Australian Contributions to a Trans-Indigenous Methodology." Canadian Journal of Native Studies 34.2 (Fall 2014): 65-84.
"Talking Code: Navajo Memories of World War II in Literature and Film." World War II Revisited at 70: The "Good War’s" Memory in Contemporary America. Special Issue of ASJ: American Studies Journal (2015). Web.
"'Pain Kept the Room Clear for Spirit': Facets of Fundamentalism and Louise Erdrich's The Plague of Doves." Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 46.2/3 (2014): 5-16.
"Back to Nature? Conservatism and First Nations Cultural Ecologies." Zeitschrift für Kanadastudien 34 (2014): 46-61.
"Of Homelands and Islands: Notes on Taiwanese American Studies." Review of English and American Literature [in Chinese] 23 (Dec. 2013): 145-59.
"'Close Neighbors to the Unimaginable': Literary Projections of Terrorists' Perspectives (Martin Amis, John Updike, Don DeLillo)." Trauma's Continuum: September 11th Reconsidered. Ed. Andrew S. Gross and MaryAnn Snyder-Körber. Special Issue of Amerikastudien / American Studies 55.3 (2010): 495-517.
"Terrors of Territory: Mary Rowlandson, Charles Brockden Brown and the Haunting of the American Frontier." ZAA: Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik 58.4 (2010): 319-34.
"Tricksters on Stage: Contemporary First Nations Theater and Drama in Canada." Canadian Literature: Letters & Reflections. May 26, 2009. <>.
"From Toronto to Berlin: Canadian First Nations Theatre in the EFL Classroom." Literatur in Wissenschaft und Unterricht 40.1-2 (2007): 67-84.
"On Contested Ground (Zero): Literature and the Transnational Challenge of Remembering 9/11." Amerikastudien / American Studies 52.4 (2007): 517-43.
"An Interview with Drew Hayden Taylor." Contemporary Literature 44.1 (Spring 2003): 1-18. Reprinted in Drew Hayden Taylor: Essays on his Works. Ed. Robert Nunn. Toronto: Guernica, 2008. 190-206.
"Local Screenings, Transversal Meanings: Leslie Silko's Ceremony and Louise Erdrich's and Michael Dorris's The Crown of Columbus as Global Novels." Amerikastudien / American Studies 47.2 (2002): 245-56.