"Cowards, Bullies and Cadavers: Feminist Re-mappings of the Colonial Male Body in English-Canadian and Quebecois Cinema," forthcoming in Brenda Longfellow, et al., eds., Gendering the Nation (University of Toronto Press, Spring 1999).
"Pit(iful) Male Bodies: Colonial Masculinity, Class and Folk Innocence in Margaret’s Museum," forthcoming in Journal of Canadian Film Studies, masculinity theme issue, tba.
Selected non-refereed publications
Toronto International Film Festival reviews, Point of View 36 (Winter 1998-99).
"House Hold," Canadian Art 15:3 (Fall 1998): 79-80.
"Mining for Joyce Wieland: A Salt in the Park and Other Treasures," Point of View 32 (Summer/Fall 1997): 17-21.
"Women in Canadian Film," Take One 5, 12 (Summer 1996): 43.
Contributed 16 filmmaker biographies to "100 Great and Glorious Years of Canadian Cinema: the Sequel," Take One 5, 15 (Spring 1997), passim.
"A Tale of Two Cinematheqes," Take One 4, 11 (Spring 1996): 42-43.
Approximately 300 other visual arts and film-related essays, reviews and features in Canadian Art, The Globe and Mail, Broadcast Week, The Kingston Whig-Standard, Artscraft, C magazine, the CBC (stereo) arts update.
"Film/Mind/Emotion, or What is Natural About Film Theory Naturalized?" scheduled to present at New Directions in Screen Studies, Carleton University, March 1999.
"A Thousand Tiny Corpses: Deleuzian Body Metaphors and the Shape of Desire in Lynne Stopkewich’s Kissed," Film Studies Association of Canada meetings, Learned Societies conference, St. John’s, Nfld., June 1997.
"Reading the Permeable Male Body in Jean-Claude Lauzon’s Un Zoo, la nuit," Film Studies Association of Canada meetings, Learned Societies conference, St. Catherines, Ont., June 1996.
"Male Spectacle in English-Canadian Cinema," Film Studies Association of Canada meetings, Learned Societies conference, Montreal, Quebec, June 1995.