Publications AllBookBook ChapterReview EssayScholarly JournalCreative Writing "Maria Bamford: A/Way with Words."In Taking a Stand: American Stand-up Comedians as Public Intellectuals, edited by Peter Kunze and Jared Champion. Jackson, MS: University of Mississippi Press, 2021. “Comedy’s Ideological Kerfuffles: From #MeToo to Black Lives Matter.”Contemporary Political Thought. Special Issue: The Political Force of the Comedic. Vol. 20, no. 2 (June 2021): 419-446. All Joking Aside: American Humor and Its DiscontentsRebecca KreftingBaltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins UP, 2014. "Her Gifts"In Fast Funny Women: 75 Essays of Flash Nonfiction, edited by Gina Barreca. Norwalk, CT: Woodhall Press, 2021. "Minority Report: Joking About the Other."In Ethics in Comedy: Essays on Crossing the Line, edited by Steven A. Benko. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Co., 2020. "Hannah Gadsby: On the Limitations of Satire."In Studies in American Humor. Special Issue: Satire Vol. 5, no. 1 (Spring 2019): 93-102. "Hannah Gadsby Stands Down: Feminist Comedy Studies."In Journal of Cinema and Media Studies. Special Issue – In Focus: Comedy/Humor Studies Vol. 58, No. 2 (Spring 2019): 165-170. "Beck Krefting on Empathetic Looking"In Accelerate: Access and Inclusion at the Tang Museum 3 (2019): 26-29. “Savage New Media: Discursive Campaigns For/Against Political Correctness.”In The Joke’s On Us: Political Comedy Encounters Neoliberalism, edited by Julie Webber-Collins. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2018. “‘We Are the Baddest Motherfuckers on the Block’: Recruiting Margaret Cho’s Army.”In Hysterical! Women in American Comedy, edited by Linda Mizejewski and Victoria Sturtevant. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 2017. “Dueling Discourses: The Female Comic’s Double-Bind in the New Media Age.”In Transgressive Humor of American Women Writers, edited by Sabrina Fuchs Abrams. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. “A New Economy of Jokes?: #Socialmedia #Comedy.”Comedy Studies Journal. Co-authored by Rebecca Krefting and Rebecca Baruc (Class of 2015). Accepted, projected publication for Autumn/Winter Issue, 2015. We Killed: The Rise of Women in American ComedyStudies in American Humor 3, 28 (2014): 68-70. “Laughter in the Final Instance: The Cultural Economy of Humor.”In The Laughing Stalk: Live Comedy and Its Audiences, edited by Judith Batalion. West Lafayette, IN: Parlor Press, 2012. “Placing Space: Architecture, Action, Dimension—Pedagogy and Practice”In Feminist Practices: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Women in Architecture, edited by Lori A. Brown. England: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2011. “Hardly News: The State of Infotainment”Studies in American Humor 3, 19 (2009): 147-157.Publication year: 2009 “‘The Taming of the Sun’: Finding the Joke in the Cancer Narrative of a Pedagogue.”In Disability and the Teaching of Writing: A Critical Sourcebook, edited by Brenda Brueggemann and Cindy Lewiecki-Wilson. Boston, MA: Bedford/St. Martin’s Press, 2008. “Who Knew Public Scholarship was so Fun(ny)?: Practical Applications Within and Beyond the Academy.”Reflections: A Journal of Writing, Service-Learning and Community Literacy 7, 3 (2008): http://www.reflectionsjournal.org/catalog/toc.html. "Looming Subjectivities and/in Disability Memoir: A Dialogic Review Tapestry."Prose Studies. 27, 1-2 (2005). Co-authored by Elizabeth Miglin, Jill Khoury, Rita Rich, Alana Kumbier and Rebecca Krefting. “Collective Mistrust of Alarms.”Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting. 46, 17 (2002): 1584-1588.