¿Joe¿s Laundry:  Using Critical Incidents to Develop Intercultural Competence in Study Abroad and Beyond.¿  Frontiers:  Interdisciplinary Journal of Study Abroad. Vol. XXX, issue 3 (April 2018):. 47-62.

¿Literary Tourism and La maison de Colette :  An Interview with Frédéric Maget.¿  The French Review. 92.1 (2018):  184-198. Refereed.

¿Reading the Romance with Colette in `La Lune de pluie.¿¿  Modern Language Studies. 47.1 (summer 2017):  26-45. Refereed.  

"Reading the Romance with Colette in `La Lune de pluie.'"  Modern Language Studies. 47.1 (summer 2017):  26-45. Refereed.  

"Franco-American Teachers in Training Institute:  Best Practices for Teaching and Studying Abroad."  Co-authored with Susan Colville-Hall, Maria Adamozicz-Hariasz, and Vladislava Sidorova.  Frontiers:  International Journal of Study Abroad.  XXI (Fall 2011):  275-288.

"100 Years of `Imaginary Renée Viviens."  Women in French Studies.  Special Issue:  Women¿s Self-Narrative Across the Francophone World (2011):  52-62.

"Ceci n'est pas Colette:  Writing, Performance and Identity in Colette's Mes apprentissages."  Women in French Studies.  Special Issue 2008.  Selected Essays from Women in French International Conference 2006.  124-134.  Refereed.

"Senegalese Women, Education and Polygamy in Une si longue lettre and Faat Kiné.¿" Forthcoming in The French Review 82.2 (December 2008):  326-340.  Refereed.

"Shérazade at the Museum:  A Visual Approach to Teaching Leïla Sebbar¿s Novel."  The French Review 80.3 (February 2007);  620-634.  Refereed.

"Translating the Lesbian Writer :  Pierre Loüys, Natalie Clifford Barney, and  'Les Jeunes Filles de la Société future.'"  South Central Review :  The Journal of the South Central Modern Language Association.  Special Issue:  Natalie Barney and Her Circle 22.3 (Fall 2005):  62-77.  Refereed.

"A Woman Writer and her Hats:  Colette's 'Le Képi.'"  Women in French Studies.  Special Issue:  Ecriture courante:  Perspectives on French and Francophone Women in Honor of Annabnelle m. Rea.  Selected Essays from the WIF International Conference 2004 (Spring  2005):  126-135.  Refereed.

"La Mise-en-scène de la femme-écrivain :  Colette, Anna de Noailles and Nature."  Modern Language Studies 34 .1-2 (Spring/Fall 2004):  52-64.   Refereed.

"Renée Vivien and the Ladies of the Lake."  Nineteenth-Century French Studies 30. 3-4 (Spring-Summer 2002):  362-379.   Refereed.

"A Voice of Her Own:  Gérard d'Houville's Thread and Literary Tradition."  Women in French Studies Vol. 9 (Fall 2001):  28-39.  Refereed.

"'A la recherche de la pureté':  Colette on Women Writers."  Atlantis: A Women's Studies Journal/Revue d'études sur les femmes 26.1 (Fall/Winter 2001):  3-12.  Refereed

"The Literary Friendships of Natalie Clifford Barney:  The Case of Lucie Delarue-Mardrus."  Women in French Studies Vol. 7 (Fall 1999):  100-116.  Refereed.

"Anna de Noailles Oui et Non:  The Countess, the Critics, and la poésie féminine."  Women's Studies:  An Interdisciplinary Journal, 23 (1994):  95-111.  Refereed

"Fin-de-siècle Critical Cross-Dressing," CEA Critic (College English Association) Special Issue:  Cross-Gendered Writing, 56.1 (Fall 1993):  45-52.  Refereed
"Renée Vivien's Sapphic Legacy:  Remembering the 'House of Muses.'"  Atlantis:  A Women's Studies Journal/Revue d'études sur les femmes 18.1 &2 (Fall 1992-93):  124-141.  Refereed

"Genre and the Mark of Gender:  Renée Vivien's 'Sonnet féminin.'" Modern Language Studies 23.4 (Fall 1993): 79-92.  Refereed

"L'Ange et les Pervers:  Lucie Delarue-Mardrus' Ambivalent Poetic Identity."  Romance Quarterly 39.4 (November 1992):  451-466.  Refereed

"The Secret Rebellion of a Literary Daughter:  The Poetry of Gérard d'Houville." French Literature Series XVI (1989): 94-109.  Refereed

"Breaking the Crossed Dress Code:  Crossed Identity and Métissage in Sebbar's Les Carnets de Shérazade." Crossing Over:  Redefining the Scope of Border Studies, eds. Diana Orendi and Antonio Medina-Rivera.  Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007. 124-137.

"Decadence and the Woman Writer:  Renée Vivien's Une Femme m'apparut"  A 'Belle Epoque'  Women in French Society and Culture:  1890-1914.  Eds. Diana Holmes and Carrie Tarr.  Oxford:  Berghahn.  2006.  225-237.  Refereed.

Anna de Noailles" in French Women Writers:  A Bio-Bibilographical Source Book, eds. Dorothy Zimmerman and Eva Satori.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1991:  335-45.  Reprinted as French Women Writers.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 1994.  Invited


"Natalie Clifford Barney."  Entry in Dictionnaire des femmes creatrices.  Editions des femmes, 2011.  

AATF Book Club Selection 2007:  La Fayette by Gonzaque Saint-Bris¿  AATF National Bulletin.  November 2007 issue.

AATF Book Club:  Mariama Bâ's Une si longue lettre  Films:  Xala and Faat Kiné by Ousmane Sembene, Tableau Ferraile by Moussa Sene Absa."   AATF National Bulletin.  September 2006 issue.  Invited.  Also available at

"The Story Behind Cleveland State's Lafayette Collection, or How a French Aristocrat Brought Two Ohio Sons Together."  (2004).  Invited

Translation: "Letter from Adrienne de Lafayette to Her Children, 17 Brumaire (November 1794)."  Selected Documents from the Marquis de Lafayette Collection, Cleveland State University Library Special Collections.  Invited.

Entries Natalie Clifford Barney, Lucie Delarue-Mardrus, Gérard d'Houville, Anna de Noailles,  Renée Vivien.  Feminist Encylopedia of French Literature.  Ed. Eva Satori. Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, June 1999.  Invited.

Robic, Myriam.  « Femmes damnées. »  Sapphisme et poésie (1846-1889).  Paris :  Classiques Garnier, 2013.  Nineteenth-Century French Studies 42.3-4 (Spring-Summer, 2014) :  300-301 .

Albert, Nicole, Ed.  Renée Vivien, une femme de lettres entre deux siecles (1877-1909).  Paris :  Champion, 2012.  The French Review 88.4 (January 2015) :  86-87.
Rodriguez, Suzanne.  Wild Heart:  A life.  Natalie Clifford Barney's Journey from Victorian America to the Literary Salons of Paris.  NY:  HarperCollins Publishers, 2002.  Reviewed for South Central Review  21.3 (Fall 2004):  186-88.

Displacements:  Women, Tradition, Literatures in French.  Eds. Joan DeJean and Nancy K. Miller.  Baltimore:  John Hopkins Press, 1990.  Reviewed for Romance Quarterly 40.1 (Winter 1993):  60-61.

"Crossing Borders with Colette's Gigi."