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"3mm, The Smallest Gauge."  Co-written with Dino Everett (University of Southern California).  The Moving Image, 16.2 (fall 2016): 1-20.

“The Other Side of the Tracks: Nontheatrical Film History, Pre-Rebellion Watts, and Felicia.” Co-written with Allyson Nadia Field (U Chicago). Cinema Journal, 55.2 (February 2016): 1-24.

“Hettie Gray Baker.”  Jane Gaines, Radha Vatsal, and Monica Dall’Asta, eds. Women Film Pioneers Project. 2013.


Lenticular Spectacles: Kodacolor’s Fit in the Amateur Arsenal.” Film History. Winter 2013: 36-61.

 

“‘You are Invited to Participate’: Interactive Fandom in the Age of the Movie Magazine.” Journal of Film and Video. Fall 2009: 3-23.    

 

“Familial Pursuits, Editorial Acts: Documentaries After the Age of Home Video.” Co-written with Devin Orgeron.  The Velvet Light Trap. Fall 2007: 47-62.

“‘The Most Profound Shock’: Traces of The Holocaust in Sam Fuller’s Verboten! and The Big Red One.” The Historical Journal of Radio Film and Television. October 2007: 471-496.

 

“‘Something Different In Science Films’: The Moody Institute of Science and the Canned Missionary Movement.” Co-written with Skip Elsheimer.  The Moving Image.  Spring 2007: 1-26.
 
“Liberating Images?: Sam Fuller’s Film of Falkenau Concentration Camp.”  Film Quarterly. Winter 2006: 38-47.

 

“Making It in Hollywood: Clara Bow, Fandom, and Consumer Culture.” Cinema Journal. Summer 2003: 76-97.

 

“Rethinking Authorship: Jack London and the Motion Picture Industry.” American Literature. March 2003: 91-117.

 

"Eating Their Words: Consuming Class a la Keaton and Chaplin." With Devin Orgeron. College Literature.January 2001: 84-104.

 

“‘What Makes a Girl Who Looks Like That Get Mixed Up In Science?’: Gender in Sam Fuller’s Films of the 1950s.” Quarterly Review of Film & Video. 2000: 1-17.

 

"Onward Kitchen Soldiers: Mobilizing the Domestic During WWI."  The Canadian Review of American Studies.  1999: 61-87.

"Cinematic Violations in Peter Greenaway's The Baby of Mâcon." Enculturation. Spring 1998.
   

 

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