"Editorial History (of Dickinson) I: Beginnings to 1855," Emily Dickinson in Context, ed. Eliza Richards (Cambridge University Press 2013), 271-281.
"A New Daguerreotype of Emily Dickinson?" Emily Dickinson International Society Bulletin 24.2 (November/December 2012), 1, 4-5.
"The Dickinson Electronic Archives 2: http://emilydickinson.org," with Marta Werner. Emily Dickinson International Society Bulletin 24.1 (May/June 2012), 8-9.
"The Humanities Are Not a Luxury: A Manifesto for the 21st Century," Liberal Education 97.1 (Winter 2011).
"'Salvate la soldatessa Emily': prima di affidarsi a una User's Guide" (trans. Elisa Biagini), Emily Dickinson: "Ho sentito la vita con entrambe le mani," a cura di Domenico De Martino e Elisa Biagini (Milano: Biblion edizioni, 2010), 14-19.
“A Hazard of a Letter’s Fortunes: Epistolarity and the Technology of Audience in Emily Dickinson’s Correspondences,” in Reading Emily Dickinson’s Letters: Critical Essays, ed. Jane Donahue Eberwein and Cindy MacKenzie (University of Massachusetts Press, 2009), 239-256.
“Enabling Undergraduates to Understand Advanced Humanities Research: Teaching with the Dickinson Electronic Archives,” in Teaching Language and Literature Online, ed. Ian Lancashire (New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 2009), 278-289.
“Enabling Intellectual Collaboration: The Use of Wikis and Blogs,” (750 words), in Teaching Language and Literature Online, ed. Ian Lancashire (New York: The Modern Language Association of America, 2009), 428-430.
"Public, Private Spheres: What Reading Emily Dickinson’s Mail Taught me about Civil Wars.” Companion to Emily Dickinson, ed. Martha Nell Smith and Mary Loeffelholz (Oxford, Malden, MA, and Carlton, Victoria, Australia: Blackwell Publishing, 2008), 58-78.
“Elements of Blank, Formal Feelings, and An Autobiography of Chronic Pain” (3000 words), in ‘Wider Than the Sky’: Essays and Meditations on the Healing Power of Emily Dickinson, ed. Cynthia MacKenzie and Barbara Dana (Kent State University Press, 2007), 115-121.
“’That Never Told CAN Be’: May Swenson’s Manuscript Witnesses” (5500 words), in Body My House: May Swenson’s Work and Life, ed. Paul Crumbley and Patricia M. Gantt (Utah State University Press, 2006), 107-120.