Listed below are my various publication credits with useable links to material. Last updated: October 2018.
- “Dead Survivors: Blurring the Borders Between the Living and the Dead in Vietnamese Vietnam War Literature.” (chapter). B/Orders Unbound: Marginality, Ethnicity and Identity in Literatures. 2017. Peter Lang Publishing House. (ISBN: 9783631718155).
- “‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised’ (But There Will Be a Soundtrack): Exploring 20th and 21st Century Revolt through Popular Music.” Revolt and Revolution: Reaching for the Possible. Inter-Disciplinary Press. ISBN: 978-1-84888-347-5. 2015.
- “‘National Advisory: Explicit Lyrics’: Considering Censorship of Anti-Vietnam War Era Songs.” Words and Music. Cambridge Scholars Press, January 8, 2013. 115-126. ISBN: 1443849162.
- “Not Just a Change of Style: the Americana Commentary of the Grateful Dead’s Workingman’s Dead.” The Grateful Dead in Concert: Essays on Live Improvisation. MacFarland & Company, February 9, 2010. 118-126. ISBN: 078644357X.
- “Civil Disobedience Under God: Breaking Binaries of Antiwar Protest and Faith.” (article) Interdisciplinary Humanities. Vol. 33.2, 2017. [link to issue]
- “‘Yo Protesto!’: Pro-Puerto Rican Anti-Vietnam War and Pro-Independence Protests.” Penumbra: An Interdisciplinary Journal for Critical and Creative Inquiry. Vol. 2. Spring 2015. <http://unionpenumbra.org/articles/?issue=2015-spring>.
- “Star-Spangled Lyrics: The Cultural and Historical Importance of Analyzing Popular American War Songs.” The International Journal of Communication & Linguistic Studies, Vol.10.4. 31-51. 2013. [link to issue].
- “Stalemate or Cultural Crossroad?: Exploring U.S. ‘Systems’ in the Vietnam War.” Interdisciplinary Humanities. Vol. 30.2. 100-11. Summer 2013. [link to issue].
- “Disputed Worlds: Performances of Heritage in Cusco’s Tourism Economy.” Rupkatha Online Interdisciplinary Studies of Humanities Journal, Volume 3, Number 3, Winter 2011-2012, 419-25. <http://rupkatha.com/V3/n3/06_Heritage_Tourism_Cusco.pdf>.
- “’The Ballad of the Green Berets’ Fails ‘My Son John’: Change in the Mythology of the American Soldier during the Vietnam War.” [Inter]sections: Peer Reviewed Quarterly Journal of American Studies by the University of Bucharest, Vol. 4, No. 14, April/June 2011. 10-13.
- “London Can’t Fail.” Poem. Clash by Night: Anthology inspired by London Calling. Lo-Fi Poetry Series Inaugural Anthology, City Lit Books, Baltimore. ISBN: 978-1-936328-17-8. 2015.
- “Son of the Morning.” Fiction. Ishaan Literary Review, Issue #2, Summer 2012.
- “Sky Mines,” fiction. A Few Lines Magazine, September 2011.
- “All the Good Things You Are,” fiction. InterCulture, Vol. 5, #3: “Perspectives on War, Media and Memory.” June 2008.
- “Dine-In*,” poem. Counterpoint, Wingate University’s Student Journal, 2004. Also selected for submission to Sigma Tau Delta’s fiction journal, 2004.