“1993: Movies and The New Economics Of Blockbusters and Indies,” American Cinema Of The 1990s: Themes And Variations, Ed. Christine Holmlund, Forthcoming. A volume for the series, Screen Decades: American Culture/American cinema, ed. Lester D. Friedman and Murray Pomerance (Ruthgers University Press)
“Barbara Hammer: Lyrics and History,” Women’s Experimental Cinema: Critical Frameworks, Robin Blaetz, ed. Durham, Duke University Press, forthcoming.
“Porn and Documentary: Narrating the Alibi,” Sleaze Artists: Cinema at the margins of taste, style, and financing, ed. Jeffrey Sconce, Durham: Duke University Press, forthcoming.
“The Change from Film to Video Pornography: Implications for Analysis,” Pornography: Film and Culture, Peter Lehman, ed., (Rutgers Depth of Field Series). New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2006, 154-167.
“Virtual Child Porn: The Law and the Semiotics of the Image,” More Dirty Looks: Gender, Pornography, and Power, ed. Pamela Church Gibson, second edition, expanded (London: British Film Institute, 2004) 71-84.
With Rick Morris, “Court TV: The Evolution of a Reality Format,” Startling! Heartbreaking! Real! Reality TV and the Remaking of Television Culture, Laurie Ouellette and Sue Murray, eds., (New York: NYU Press, 2004), 157-175
“Terms of Transition: The Action Film, Postmodernism, and Issues of East-West Perspective,” Multiple Modernities: Cinemas and Popular Media in Transcultural East Asia, ed. Jenny Kwok Wah Lau. (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2003), 167-178.
“Girls On The Edge Of The Reagan Era,” Sugar, Spice and Everything Nice: Contemporary Cinemas of Girlhood, ed. Frances Gateward and Murray Pomerance (Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 2002), 72-90.
“Charles Burnett,” Fifty Contemporary Directors, ed. Yvonne Tasker (London: Routledge, 2002), 65-73.
“Pamela Anderson on the Slippery Slope,” The End of Cinema As We Know It: American Film in the 1990s, ed. Jon Lewis. NY: New York University Press, 2001) 287-299.
“Marxism and Film,” Film Studies: Critical Approaches, ed. John Hill and Pamela Church-Gibson (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000), 104-111.
“Independent Features: Hopes and Dreams,” New American Cinema, ed. Jon Lewis, (Durham: Duke Univ. Press, 1998), 307-327.
“Class In Action,” The Hidden Foundation: Cinema and the Question of Class, ed. David James and Rick Berg, (Minneapolis: U of Minnesota Press, 1996) 240-263.
“Theodore Huff: Historian and Filmmaker,” Lovers of Cinema: The First American Avantgarde 1919-1945, Jan-Christopher Horak, ed. (Madison: U of Wisconsin Press, 1995) 180-204.
“Realist Melodrama and the African-American Family: Billy Woodberry’s Bless Their Little Hearts,“ Melodrama: Stage, Picture, Screen, ed. Jacky Bratton, Jim Cook, and Christine Gledhill (London: British Film Institute,1994) 157-166.
“Taking Out the Trash: Camp and the Politics of Irony,” The Politics and Poetics of Camp, ed. Moe Meyer (NY and London: Routledge, 1994) 182-201.
"Notes on Melodrama and the Family under Capitalism," in Marcia Landy, ed., Imitations of Life: A Reader on Film and Television Melodrama (Detroit: Wayne State U. P., 1991). Reprint of 1979 article.
"Working-Class Film Heroes: Junior Johnson, Evel Knievel and the Film Audience," in Peter Steven, ed., Jump Cut: Hollywood, Politics, and Counter-Cinema (Toronto: Between the Lines Press; NY: Praeger; London, British Film Institute,1985), pp. 64-82. Reprint of "Contemporary Working Class Film Heroes..."1974.
with Peter Steven and Sara Halprin, "Interview with the Filmmakers" (of A WIVES' TALE), in Peter Steven, ed., Jump Cut: Hollywood, Politics, and Counter-Cinema (Toronto: Between the Lines Press; NY: Praeger; London, British Film Institute, 1985), pp. 179-189. Reprint of 1981-82 interview.
with Tom Waugh, "Gays, Straights, Film and the Left: A Discussion," in Peter Steven, ed., Jump Cut: Hollywood, Politics, and Counter-Cinema (Toronto: Between the Lines Press; NY: Praeger; London: British Film Institute, 1985). pp. 281-285. Reprint of 1977 interview.
"Forms, Politics, Makers and Contexts: Basic Issues for a Theory of Radical Political Documentary," in The Documentary Today (conference publication) (St. Paul: Film in the Cities, 1984), pp. 15-23. Shortened version of 1984 article.
"Forms, Politics, Makers, and Contexts: Basic Issues for a Theory of Radical Political Documentary," in Thomas Waugh, ed., Show Us Life: Towards a History and Aesthetics of Radical Documentary Film (Metuchen NJ: Scarecrow Press, 1984), pp. 318-342.
"Contemporary Working Class Film Heroes: EVEL KNIEVEL and THE LAST AMERICAN HERO," in Winfried Fluck, ed. Populäre Kultur. Ein Studienbuch zur Funktionsbestimmung und Interpretation populärer Kultur. Stuttgart: Metzler, 1980, pp. 136-151. (Amerikastudien: Studienband 2.). Reprint of 1974.
"The Actor as Actress: Holly Woodlawn in TRASH and Divine in MULTIPLE MANIACS," essay for festival catalogue, The Actress on Film/Chicago, Film Center, School of the Art Institute of Chicago (Jan. 1979).
"TWO OR THREE THINGS I KNOW ABOUT HER: Godard's Analysis of Women in Capitalist Society," in Patricia Erens, ed., Sexual Stratagems: The World of Women in Film (NY: Horizon, 1979), pp. 72-81. Reprint in revised and abridged form of "TWO OR THREE THINGS...," 1973.
"Dagens arbetarklassfilmhjaltar," in Olle Sjogren, tr., ed. Filmen ledbilder: Marxistiska filmanalyser (Stockholm: Pan, 1976), pp. 176-196. Reprint, slightly shortened, of "Contemporary Working Class Film Heroes...," 1974.
"MARILYN TIMES FIVE," in Karyn Kay and Gerald Peary, eds., Women and the Cinema: A Critical Anthology (NY: Dutton, 1977). Reprint in revised excerpt form of "Seeing Through Cinema Verite...," 1974.