• “Space, Place, and Violence in Storyteller,” All of Us Remembering: New Perspectives on Leslie Marmon Silko's Storyteller, ed. Catherine Rainwater (University of New Mexico Press, 2016), 97-114. Published, 09/2016.
  • “Feeding Bodies, Nourishing Souls.” Utah Foodways. Eric Eliason and Lynne McNeill, eds. (University of Utah Press). Pending, 08/2016.
  • “Survival, Transformation, & Renewal in Mending Skins.” The Kenyon Review 32.1 (2010): 170-174. Released, 09/2010.
  • “An Extreme Need to Tell the Truth”: Silence and Language in Sherman Alexie's 'The Trial of Thomas Builds-the-Fire',” in Sherman Alexie: A Collection of Critical Perspectives, eds., Jeffrey Berglund and Jan Roush (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2010), pp. 44-61. Released, 09/2010.
  • “William Apess,” “Gertrude Bonnin,” “Henry Rowe Schoolcraft,” “Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo,” “Pueblo Lands Act.” The Encyclopedia of United States Indian Policy and Law. eds., Tim Garrison & Paul Finkelman (CQ Press, 2009). Released, 09/2009.
  • “Learning to be Human: An Indigenous System of Ethics in the Writing of Simon Ortiz,” Simon J. Ortiz: A Poetic Legacy of Indigenous Continuance, Belonging, and Commitment, eds., Susan Brill de Ramirez & Evelina Zuni Lucero, (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2009), pp. 339-360. Released, 09/2009.
  • “Simon Ortiz.” Dictionary of Literary Biography: Twentieth-Century American Nature Poets. eds., Roger Thompson and Scott Bryson 342 (2008): 281-288. Released, 09/2008.
  • “Gym Shoes, Maps, and Passports, Oh My!: Creating Community or Creating Chaos at the NMAI?” The National Museum of the American Indian: Critical Conversations (revised article chosen as one of the best from AIQ 2005 NMAI articles) eds., Amanda Cobb and Amy Lonetree (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2008), pp. 181-207. Released, 09/2008.
  • “Simon Ortiz, Going for the Rain;” “Simon Ortiz, A Good Journey;” “Simon Ortiz, Woven Stone;” and “Ofelia Zepeda, Home Places.” Encyclopedia of American Indian Literature. eds., Jennifer McClinton-Temple and Alan Velie (New York: Facts on File, 2007). Released, 09/2007.
  • “Chinese,” pp. 225-230. “Ethnology,” pp. 363-370. “Jim Crow,” pp. 543-546. American History through Literature, 1870-1920. eds., Tom Quirk and Gary Scharnhorst (Detroit: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2006). Released, 09/2006.
  • “Refiguring Indian Blood through Poetry, Photography, and Performance Art,” Studies in American Indian Literature 17.4 (2005): 1-26. Released, 09/2006.
  • “That's the Place Indians Talk About”: Indigenous Narratives of Survivance,” UCLA School of Law Indigenous Peoples' Journal of Law, Culture & Resistance 2.1 (2005): 26-56. Released, 09/2005.
  • “Securing Our Nation’s Roads and Borders or Re-Circling the Wagons?: Leslie Marmon Silko’s Destabilization of Borders,” Wicazo Sa Review 20.1 (2005): 113-137. Released, 09/2005.
  • “Gym Shoes, Maps, and Passports, Oh My!: Creating Community or Creating Chaos at the NMAI?” American Indian Quarterly, Special Issue: The National Museum of the American Indian 29: 3 & 4 (2005): 426-449. Released, 09/2005.
  • “William Riley Burnett,” 4: 7-8. “Walter Stanley Campbell,” 4: 302-303. “Edwin Corle,” 5: 516-517. “Thomas B. Costain,” 5: 557-558. “Harold Lenoir (H. L.) Davis,” 6: 196-197. “Jean Kenyon Mackenzie,” 15: 253-254. “Merrill Moore,” 15: 775-776. American National Biography. Gen. eds., John A. Garraty (New York: Oxford University Press, 1999). Released, 09/1999.