- Rhetorical approaches to literature
- Literacy theory and fictional representations of literacy
- 19th and early 20th Century British Literature
- Children’s Literature
- Science Fiction and Fantasy
- C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Inklings Studies
- “‘Changed, Changed Utterly’: The Implications of Tolkien’s Rejected Epilogue to The Lord of the Rings.” Tolkien Studies vol. 15, 2018.
- “To Grow Together, or to Grow Apart: The Long Sorrow of the Ents and Marriage in The Lord of the Rings” Mythlore, vol. 35, iss. 2, 2017.
- “Men, Women, and Birth Control in the Early Outlander Books.” Outlander’s Sassenachs: Essays on Gender, Race, Orientation, and the Other in the Novels and Television Series. Edited by Valerie Frankel, McFarland, 2016.
- “The Hunger Games in the Arena of Dystopian Literacy.” The Age of Dystopia, Edited by Louisa Demerjian, ed. Cambridge Scholars, 2016.
- “A Passage to India, English Identity, and Forster’s ‘Others.’” Critical Insights: Cultural Encounters. Edited by Nicholas Birns, EBSCO 2012.
- “Transcendence, Transformation, and the Cultural Economy of Literacy in E. M. Forster’s ‘The Celestial Omnibus’ and ‘Other Kingdom.’” LIT: Literature Interpretation Theory vol. 21 iss. 2, 2010.
- Reprint: “ecoLewis: Conservationism and Anticolonialism in the Chronicles of Narnia.” Bloom’s Modern Critical Interpretations: C. S. Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia. Edited by Harold Bloom, Chelsea House, 2006.
- “ecoLewis: Conservationism and Anticolonialism in the Chronicles of Narnia.” Wild Things: Ecocriticism and Children’s Literature. Edited by Sid Dobrin and Kenneth Kidd, Wayne State, 2004.