“On the subject of the feminist business”: Re-Reading Flannery O’Connor. New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2004.
PARTS OF BOOKS PUBLISHED
“Whores and Heathens: Misogynistic Representations in Wise Blood.” Wise Blood: A Re-Consideration. Ed. John J. Han. Amsterdam, NY: Rodopi Press, 2011. 355–370
“Anderson, Mignon” and “Brown, Linda Beatrice.” Encyclopedia of African American Women Writers. Yolanda Williams, Ed. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2007.
Rev. of All the Bad Things, by J. Michael Dew. Studies in the Humanities 38.1 & 2 (2011): 158.
Rev. of Southern Mothers: Fact and Fictions in Southern Women’s Writing, Ed.Nagueyalti Warren and Sally Wolff, Flannery O’Connor Review. Vol. 3 (2003–04): 128–29.
Rev. of Readings on Flannery O’Connor (Greenhaven Press Literary Companion to American Authors), Ed. Jennifer A. Hurley. Flannery O’Connor Review. Vol. 3 (2003–04): 130–31.
ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN NONREFEREED JOURNALS
“First Impressions.” Personal Essay. Cheers!: The Flannery O’Connor Society Newsletter 10.3 (2003–04): 2.
“Whores and Hustlers: Misogyny in Flannery O’Connor’s Wise Blood.” National Conference of the College English Association, Pittsburgh, PA, presenter, March 2009
Pennsylvania College English Association regional conference, State College, PA, presenter, April 2008
“The Stories of Flannery and Faulkner,” National conference, Georgia State College & University, presenter, April 2008
“The likeness of their kinsman”: The Epiphany of Mary Elizabeth in Flannery O’Connor’s “The Partridge Festival” O’Connor and Other Georgia Writers, Milledgeville, GA, March 2006
“Look Into My Eyes: The Courtship of Mary Elizabeth” Pennsylvania College English Association conference, Gettysburg, PA, April 2005.
“Erasing Mary Elizabeth in Flannery O’Connor’s ‘The Partridge Festival’.” South Central Modern Language Association, New Orleans, LA, October 2004.
“The Males Gaze Askance: Gender Relations in Flannery O’Connor’s Fiction.” Pennsylvania College English Association. Scranton, PA, March 2004.
“From Breast Milk to Biscuits: Food and Eating as Metaphor in Beloved.” Literature/Film Association, Carlisle PA, October, 2002.
“Using Freshman English as a Recruiting Tool for English Majors.” College English Association, Cincinnati, OH, April 2002.
“Biographical ‘Whiteness’: Co-Opting the Africanist Presence in Men of Honor.” Pennsylvania College English Association, Philadelphia, PA, March 2002.
“Imperious Identities: Flannery O’Connor and the Feminine Grotesque.” American Literature Association, Cambridge, MA, May 2001.
“The (fe)Male Self: Flannery O’Connor’s Women.” College English Association, Memphis, TN, April 2001.
“Feminism and Flannery O’Connor: The Grotesque Female.” Presentation of research as panelist in roundtable discussion The Future of Flannery O’Connor Studies at the Northeast Modern Language Association, Buffalo, NY, April 2000. [Overview of panel presentation featured in The Flannery O’Connor Society Newsletter.]
“Feminism and Flannery O’Connor: Silent and Invisible Women.” Pennsylvania College English Association, Altoona, PA, March 2000.
“Freshman Learning Clusters: Do and Learn Together.” Co-presenter of conference session on Freshman Studies Courses, National Conference on The First-Year Experience, Columbia, SC, February 2000.
“The Haunted and the Hunted in Toni Morrison’s Paradise.” Pennsylvania College English Association, Philadelphia, PA, April 1999.