"'After Bale Cometh Boote': Narrative Symmetry in the Tale of Gamelyn ," Studia Neophilologica (1988).
"'Both bodily deth and werldly shame': 'Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard' as Source for A Woman Killed With Kindness, " Comparative Drama (1989).
"'Bypaths and Indirect Crooked Ways ': Mise en Scene in Orson Welles's Chimes at Midnight. " Shakespeare Bulletin (2005).
"'I wyll be thy true servaunte / And trewely serve thee': Guildhall Minstrelsy in the Gest of Robyn Hode." TDR: The Drama Review (2005).
"'Wyth the Shot Y Wyll / Alle thy Lustes to Full-fyl'" Archery as Symbol in the Early Ballads of Robin Hood," Neuphilologische Mitteilungen (1985).
" Ludus and Landscape: The Medieval Village as Setting and Symbol in Three English Outlaw Ballads," Medieval Association of the Pacific Annual Meeting, Stanford University , 1986.
"'Lythe and lystyn gentylmen, / And herken to your song': Audience Reception and the Gest of Robyn Hode, " International Association for Robin Hood Studies Conference, University of Nottingham , 1999.
" Talkyng and Textuality: 'Robin Hood and the Monk' in Performance and Compilatio ," Guest lecture, Christ's College, Cambridge University , Michaelmas Term 1990.
"The Stake Awaits You": Chastisement of the Viewer in Carl Th. Dreyer's La Passion de Jeanne d'Arc . International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University , Kalamazoo , MI , 2007.
"'They droughen hem to halves / whan he gan to pleye': A Manor House Staging of the Tale of Gamelyn, " International Association for Robin Hood Studies Conference, University of York Centre for Medieval Studies, 2003.
Review: Orson Welles volume II: Hello Americans, by Simon Callow. Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television. 27 (2007): 284-6.
Review: Playing the Fool : 35th Anniversary Edition , by Gentle Giant. Popular Music and Society 31 (2008): 395-6.
Review: The King is Alive, dir. Kristian Levring. Shakespeare Bulletin 21 (2003): 81-83.
Review: Whatever Happened to Orson Welles? , by Joseph McBride. Film Quarterly 61:3 (2008): 82-83.
Editorial: “U.S. filmmakers silent on Dutch director’s death.” Charlotte Observer 30 March 2007: A10.
Review: Despite the System: Orson Welles versus the Hollywood Studios, by Clinton Heylin. Creative Loafing. 21 Dec. 2005.
“Greenwood Outlaw and Picaro: The Decay of the Three Estates in the Gest of Robyn Hode,” Medieval Association of the Pacific Annual Meeting, University of Arizona, 1988.
“The Medieval Outlaw Tale and Picaresque Myth: An Introduction,” International Association for Robin Hood Studies Conference, University of Delaware, 2005.
“A Talkyng of Robin Hood,” International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI, 1998.
Review: Dragonfly by Strawbs. Popular Music and Society . 31 (2008): 400-1.
“From Old World Recusant to New World Outlaw: William Lamport and the Origins of Zorro .” 43 rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, 2008.
"'Be ye those theves / That men have told of to me?': Narrativity in Three Prose Lives of Robin Hood." International Association for Robin Hood Studies conference, University of Rochester, 2009.
Materialism, Mimetics and Monophony: Novelistic Discourse in the Sloane Life of Robin Hood. International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University 2013.
"It is our maner to leave but a little behind": Speech-Act and Real Time in Performance of the Sloane Life of Robin Hood. International Medieval Congress, Leeds (UK) 2013.
Redyngs of Robyn Hood:Prelection and the Picaresque in the Sloane Ms. Life of the English Outlaw
One Good Score: Peckinpah's Outlaws and the Reclamation of Narrative
Original Coursework: AMST 3090 Film Topics
Orson Welles: A Life in Cinema
Sam Peckinpah: Pioneer of Violence
The Cold War and American Film
Black Hawk Down and the New World Order
Apocalypse Now : From Postcolonial Myth to Postmodern Nightmare
Akira Kurosawa and American Popular Film
Basketball in American Film
Spielberg's Munich and the Rise of the Modern Terrorism Film
Coppola's Godfather Trilogy as American Criminal Epic
Zorro: The Legendary Outlaw in History and Popular Culture