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Shorter Contributions or Entries
- Slapstick: Interdisciplinary Companion (co-edited volume with Alena E. Lyons). Berlin: de Gruyter, 2021.
- Market Strategies and German Literature in the Long Nineteenth Century (co-edited volume with Vance Byrd). Berlin: de Gruyter, 2020. Reviewed in: German Studies Review 44.1 (2021); The German Quarterly 95.2 (2022); Goethe Yearbook 29 (2022)
- Diversity & Decolonization in German Studies (co-edited volume with Regine Criser). New York: Palgrave, 2020. Reviewed in: German Studies Review 44.1 (2021); The German Quarterly 94.3 (2021); Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies (2022)
- “Queer Time and the Cinematic Pleasures of the locus amoenus in Free Fall” GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies (forthcoming)
- “Courasche and the Queer Life of Objects,” Jahrbuch für Internationale Germanistik (forthcoming)
- “DDGC and Misfit Archives,” with Regine Criser, Seminar 57.3 (2021): 295-302.
- “A Comparative Analysis of Cultural Representations in Collegiate World Language Textbooks,” with Baburhan Uzum, Bedrettin Yazan, Samar Zahrawi, and Siham Bouamer, Linguistics and Education 61 (2021).
- “Announced but Not Enacted: Anti-Racist German Studies as Process,” with Andrea Dawn Bryant, Nichole M. Neuman, and David Gramling, Applied Linguistics (2019): 1–9.
- “Advocating for Queer of Color Studies in German Graduate Programs,” with Priscilla Layne. Unterrichtspraxis/ Teaching German52.2 (2019): 194-202.
- "Queer Derailment and Pederast Adoration in Carl Theodor Dreyer's Michael (1924)" The German Quarterly 92.3 (2019): 311-27.
- “The Emotive Textualities of Wilhelm Jensen’s Karin von Schweden,” Neophilologus 102.1 (2018): 59-74.
- “Richard Oswald, Magnus Hirschfeld, and the Possible Impossibility of Hygienic Melodrama” Studies in European Cinema 14.3 (2017): 216-230.
- “Teaching an Honors Seminar on #BlackLivesMatter in East Texas,” with Jeffery L. Littlejohn, Kimberly Bell, Patrick Lewis, and Julia May, Journal of the National Collegiate Honors Council 18.2 (2017): 3-15.
- “Resisting the Traps of Hegemony: Variation in Contemporary German Queer of Color Cinema,” with Priscilla Layne, Routledge Companion to European Cinema, ed. Gábor Gergely & Susan Hayward (New York: Routledge, 2022), 374-384.
- “Introduction: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Slapstick,” “Introduction: History of Slapstick,” “Introduction: Instruments of Slapstick,” “Introduction: Narrative Structures of Slapstick,” “Introduction: Bodies of Slapstick,” “Introduction: Politics of Slapstick,” with Alena Lyons. Slapstick: An Interdisciplinary Companion, ed. Ervin Malakaj and Alena E. Lyons (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2021).
- “Lubitsch’s Queer Slapstick Aesthetics,” Slapstick: An Interdisciplinary Companion, ed. Ervin Malakaj and Alena E. Lyons (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2021): 333-50.
- “Diversity Programming, Student Outreach, and the Politics of Visible Inclusivity for Small German Programs,” Outreach Strategies and Innovative Teaching for Small German Programs, ed. Gabi Eichmanns & Melissa Etzler (New York: Routledge, 2020), 64-74.
- “Alfred Rosenthal’s Rhetoric of Collaboration and Weimar Film Print Culture,” Rethinking Jewishness in Weimar Film, ed. Barbara Hales & Valerie Weinstein (New York: Berghahn Books, 2020): 111–131.
- “The State of Diversity and Decolonization in North American German Studies,” Transnational Education and German Studies, ed. Ben Nickl, Deane Blackler, and Stefan Popenici (New York: Springer, 2020): 85-101.
- “Introduction: Market Strategies and German Literature in the Nineteenth Century,” with Vance Byrd, Market Strategies and German Literature in the Long Nineteenth Century, ed. Vance Byrd and Ervin Malakaj. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2020.
- "Introduction: Diversity and Decolonization in German Studies," with Regine Criser, Diversity and Decolonization in German Studies, ed. Ervin Malakaj and Regine Criser. New York: Palgrave, 2020.
- “Carl Emil Franzos’s Deutsche Dichtung and the Politics of Painstaking Editorial Labor,” Market Strategies and German Literature in the Long Nineteenth Century, ed. Vance Byrd and Ervin Malakaj. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2020.
- “Senescence and Der Stechlin,” Fontane in the Twenty-First Century, ed. John Lyon and Brian Tucker. Rochester: Camden House, 2019. 232-47.
- “Cruel Optimism and Post-68 Nostalgia in Helma Sanders-Brahms’ Unter dem Pflaster ist der Strand,” Celluloid Revolt: German Screen Cultures at the long Sixties, ed. Christina Gerhardt and Marco Abel. Rochester: Camden House, 2019. 237-53.
Shorter Contributions or Entries
- “Relational Models for Language Learning,” ADFL Bulletin 47.1 (2022). (forthcoming)
- “Germany: A Historical Overview,” “Doris Dörrie,” and “Jutta Brückner,” Women Screenwriters: An International Guide, ed. Jill Nelmes and Jule Selbo (London: Pelgrave Macmillan, 2015): 363-74; 390-91; 394-96.
- “Wilhelm Raabe: Der Hungerpastor,” The Literary Encyclopedia. September 2014.
- “Wilhelm Raabe,” The Literary Encyclopedia. May 2014.
- “Hotel,” “Das Mädchen Rosemarie,” “Subjektitüde,” and “Die Trapp Familie.” Directory of World Cinema: Germany Volume II (Bristol: Intellect, 2014): 295-96, 224-26, 291-92, 222-24.
- “Hungerjahre – in einem reichen Land,” and “Shirins Hochzeit.” Directory of World Cinema: Germany Volume I (Bristol: Intellect, 2011): 248-50, 153-55.
- “Sex, Politics, and Comedy: The Transnational Cinema of Ernst Lubitsch, Rick McCormick.” German Studies Review 44.1 (2021): 195-96.
- “Autorschaft und Bibliothek: Sammlungsstrategien und Schreibverfahren. Stefan Höppner, et al., eds.” Monatshefte 112:3 (2020): 531-532.
- “Who Can Speak & Who is Heard/Hurt? Facing Problems of Race, Racism, & Ethnic Diversity in the Humanities in Germany, M. Arghavan et al., eds.” German Studies Review 43.2 (2020): 448-50.
- “The Essay Film After Fact and Fiction, Nora M. Alter.” Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature 43.2 (2019): Article 17.
- “The Promise of Cinema: German Film Theory, 1907-1933, Anton Kaes, Nicholas Bear, and Michael Cowan, eds.” Seminar 55.2 (2019): 193-94.
- "Ani*Colonial Fantasies/Decolonial Strategies, Imayna Caceres, Sunanda Mesquita, and Sophie Utikal, eds." H-Black-Europe, H-Net Reviews. April 2019.
- "Approaches to Kurban Said's Ali und Nino: Love, Identity, and Intercultural Conflict. Carl Niekerk and Cori Crane, eds." Studies in 20th and 21st Century Literature 43.1 (2018): Article 9.
- “Archiv/Fiktionen: Verfahren des Archivierens in Literatur und Kultur des langen 19. Jahrhunderts. Daniela Gretz & Nicolas Pethes, eds.” Goethe Yearbook 23 (2018): 322-23.
- “Afterlives: Allegories of Film and Mortality in Early Weimar Germany. Steve Choe.” (published online 2017; forthcoming in Studies in European Cinema)
- “Realism and Romanticism in German Literature. Ed. Dirk Göttsche and Nicholas Saul.” Monatshefte. 107.3 (Fall 2015): 504-06.
- “It’s Hard to Love Your Literary Studies,” Deutsches Literaturarchiv Marbach | blog. April 28, 2022.
- “What Can We Learn from Slapstick Comedy?,” with Alena E. Lyons, de Gruyter Conversations. April 26, 2022.
- “Historical Injury and Multidirectional Solidarity in Times of Crisis,” The New Fascism Syllabus. March 6, 2022.
- “The Long Century’s Long Shadow: Weimar Cinema and the Romantic Modern by Kenneth S. Calhoon,” EuropeNow Journal. Issue 45, 9 November, 2021.
- “Glacial Innovation,” Re-Imagining the Discipline: German Studies, the Humanities, and the University. Proceedings for conference held at Cornell University’s Institute for German Cultural Studies, 2020.
- “Peter Handke Nobel Prize controversy: Literature Can’t be Judged on Esthetics Alone,” The Conversation. 27 January, 2020.
- “A New Language-Teaching Narrative for a 21st-Century Democracy,” Academe Blog: The Blog of Academe Magazine. September 23, 2019. With Yuliya Komska, David Gramling, Roberto Rey Agudo, and Alberto Bruzos Moro.