Margaret Rhee, “Virginia Tech and LGBT Narratives of Normativity and Nation.” In Dangerous Discourses: Gender, Women, and Gun Violence, edited by Catherine Squires. New York: Peter Lang, 2016.
Margaret Rhee, Fiona Barnett, Zach Blas, micha cárdenas, Jacob Gaboury, and Jessica Marie Johnson. “QueerOS: A User’s Manual.” In Debates in the Digital Humanities 2016, edited by Matthew K. Gold and Lauren F. Klein. ( Ann Arbor: University of Minnesota Press, 2016)
Margaret Rhee and Isela González, “From the Center: Implementing Digital Storytelling and HIV/AIDS Prevention Education for Incarcerated Women.” In Feminist Cyberspaces: Pedagogies in Transition, edited by Carolyn Bitzer, Sharon Collingwood, Alvinia Quintana, and Caroline Smith, 51–69. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012.
Margaret Rhee and Grace Yoo, “Marrying Korean: A Study of Korean American Second and 1.5 Generation Negotiations on Marriage.” In Koreans in America: History, Identity and Community, edited by Grace Yoo, 149–155. San Diego: Cognella Academic Publishing, 2012.
Margaret Rhee, “‘Chink,’ ‘Chinaman,’ and ‘Celestial’: Inhumanity in Crash.” In Crash Course: Reflections on the Film Crash for Critical Dialogues About Race, Power and Privilege, edited by Michael Benitez Jr. and Felicia Gustin, 41–46. Emeryville: Institute for Democratic Education and Culture, 2007.
Margaret Rhee, “’A Cosy Loving Pair’: Alfred Mahan’s Letters of Sea Power and Same-Sex Desire in Ronald Takaki’s Iron Cages.” (under review)
Margaret Rhee, “In Search of My Robot: Race, Technology, and the Asian American Body” Scholar and Feminist Online, Barnard Center for Women, 2016.
Margaret Rhee, “Racial Recalibration: Nam June Paik and K-456.”Volume 1, Issue , 2015.
Margaret Rhee, “On Beauty: Games, Gender, and Turing.” In First Person Scholar, edited by Bonnie Rueberg. (March 11, 2015)
Margaret Rhee, Isela González, Kate Monico Klein, and Allyse Gray, “‘It’s your story too’: Reconsidering Feminism, HIV/AIDS, and the Digital Divide.” In Fembot: Feminism, New Media, Science and Technology, edited by Carol Stabile and Kim Shawtuck (January 11, 2013). http://fembotcollective.org/blog/2013/01/11/its-your-story-too-reconsidering-feminism-hivaids-and-the-digital-divide/
Margaret Rhee, “Process Profile: Margaret Rhee Discusses ‘Materials’.” In <em “mso-bidi-font-style:=”” normal”=””>Lantern Review, edited by Iris Law. (May 23, 2012). http://www.lanternreview.com/blog/2012/05/23/process-profile-margaret-rhee-discusses-materials/
Margaret Rhee. “The Meaning of Smog: Fragmented Reflections on Translation from a Korean Diasporic Subject.” In Doveglion Press, edited by Barbara Jane Reyes and Oscar Bermeo (May 9, 2011). http://www.doveglion.com/2011/05/margaret-rhee-the-meaning-of-smog-fragmented-reflections-on-translation-from-a-korean-diasporic-subject-2/
Republished in On the Endless Horizon: A Poet’s Field Guide to Literary Translation, edited by Karen Lee and Ron Paul Salutsky. New York: W.W. Norton (Under review, 2014).
Jessica Fields, Isela González, Kathleen Hentz, Margaret Rhee, and Catherine White, “Learning From and With Incarcerated Women: Emerging Lessons from a Participatory Action Study of Sexuality Education.” Sexuality Research and Social Policy 5, no. 2 (2008): 71–84.
Margaret Rhee, “Towards Community: KoreAm Journal and Korean American Cultural Attitudes on Same-Sex Marriage.” In “Asian Americans and the Marriage Equality Debate,” edited by Amy Sueyoshi and Russell Leong, special issue, Amerasia Journal 32, no. 1 (2006): 75–88.
Britney Cooper and Margaret Rhee, eds. “Hacking the (Black/White) Binary.” Special Issue, Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology (January 2015).
Margaret Rhee, “Identity at Play” Review of Gaming at the Edge, by Adrienne Shaw. GLQ, 2016.
Margaret Rhee. Review of A View from the Bottom: Asian American Masculinity and Sexual Representation, by Hoang Tan Nguyen. In Amerasia Journal. (2015)
Margaret Rhee. Review of <em “mso-bidi-font-style:=”” normal”=””>LGBT Transnational Identity and the Media, edited by Christopher Pullen. In Cinema Journal, Special Issue on Queer New Media (January 2014). Invited.
Margaret Rhee. Review of Inhuman Citizenship: Traumatic Enjoyment and Asian American Literature, by Juliana Chang. In Asian American Literature: Discourses and Pedagogies 4 (2013): 79–82.
Margaret Rhee. Review of Memory Cards, by Susan Shultz. In TAB: The Journal of Poetics and Poetry 1, no. 8 (2013): 19–20.
Margaret Rhee. Review of “Race And/as Technology, Or How To Do Things To Race,” by Wendy Hui Kyong Chun. In ”HASTAC Distributed Book Review of Race After the Internet,” edited by Lisa Nakamura and Peter Chow-White, 2012. http://hastac.org/content/reviews-race-after-internet.
Margaret Rhee. Review of North of Empire: Cultural Technologies of Space, by Jody Berland. In The Information Society: An International Journal 28, no. 5 (2012): 350–352.