Select Articles and Book Chapters
Listening to Bad Music: White and (Un)Popular Culture. In Unpopular Culture, Martin Lüthe and Sasha Pöhlmann, eds., pp. 187-206. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam Press.
“Braves on the Warpath! Fight for old Dixie!”: The R*dskins and Racialized Masculinities. Reconstruction: Studies in Contemporary Culture 13(2). 2013.
Unsettled: Ghosts, Zombies, and Indians in the American West. In Undead West II: They Just Keep Coming, Cynthia Miller and A. Bowdoin van Riper, eds., pp. 286-304. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2013.
Me and Bonnie Blair: Shani Davis, Racial Myths, and the Reiteration of the Facts of Blackness. In Commodified and Criminalized: New Racism and African Americans in Contemporary Sports, pp. 165-182, David Leonard and C. Richard King, eds. Lanhan, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. 2010.
Alter/native Heroes: Native Americans, Comic Books, and the Struggle for Self-Definition. Cultural Studies<=>Critical Methodologies. 9 (2009): 214-223.
Replaying Empire: Racialized Violence, Insecure Frontiers, and Displaced Terror in Contemporary Video Games. Ethnicity and Race in a Changing World 1(2): 1-13. 2009. (co-authored with David J. Leonard)
Some Academics Try to Push Back: Ward Churchill, the War on Truth, and he Improbabilities of Interruption. Cultural Studies<=>Critical Methodologies 9 (2009): 31-40.
Troubling Images: PETA’s “Holocaust on Your Plate” and the Limits of Image Events. Enculturation, 6(2).
George Bush may not like Black People, but no one gives a dam about Indigenous Peoples: Visibility, Spectacle, and Indianness after the Hurricanes. American Indian Culture and Research Journal 32(2): 35-42. 2008
Natives, Nostalgia, and Nature in Children’s Popular Film Narratives, A Reading of Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron. CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 10(2). 2008.
Arming Desire: The Sexual Force of Guns in the United States. In Open Fire: Global Gun Cultures, Charles Fruehling Springwood, ed, 87-97. New York: Berg.
Deadly Medicine Today: The Impossible Distances Between Medicine and Racism. Transforming Anthropology 15(1): 77-84. 2007.
Reading Race, Reading Power. In Media Literacy: A Reader, Donald Macedo and Shirley Steinberg, eds., pp. 197-205. NY: Peter Lang. 2007.
Staging the Winter White Olympics; Or, why Sport Matters to White Power. Journal of Sport and Social Issues. 31(1): 89-94. 2007.
On Being a Warrior: Race, Gender, and American Indian Imagery in Sport. International Journal of the History of Sport 23 (2006): 313-329.
Cautionary Notes on Whiteness and Sport Studies. Sociology of Sport Journal 22 (2005): 397-408.
Apologies and Apologists: The Disavowal of Racism and the Abjuration of Anti-Racism in the Contemporary U.S. SIMILE: Studies in Media and Information Literacy Education 4(4). 2004.
Borrowing Power: Racial Metaphors and Pseudo-Indian Mascots. CR: The New Centennial Review 4(1): 189-209. 2004.
Is Neo White? Reading Race, Watching the Matrix Trilogy. In Matthew Kapell and William G. Doty, eds. Jacking In To The Matrix Franchise: Cultural Reception and Interpretation, 32-47. NY: Continuum Books.
The Good, The Bad, and the Mad: Making Up (Abnormal) People in Indian Country, 1900-1930. European Journal of American Culture 22(1):37-47. 2003.
Defensive Dialogues: Native American Mascots, Anti-Indianism, and Educational Institutions. SIMILE: Studies in Media and Information Literacy Education 2(1). 2002.
Of Polls and Race Prejudice: Sports Illustrated’s Errant “Indian Wars.” Journal of Sport and Social Issues 26(4): 382-403.
The (Mis)Uses of Cannibalism in Contemporary Cultural Critique. Diacritics: A Review of Contemporary Criticism30(1):106-123. 2000.