Book Chapters 

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.”Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas, 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).

Margaret Rhee, “Process Profile: Margaret Rhee Discusses ‘Materials’.” In <em “mso-bidi-font-style:=”” normal”=””>Lantern Review, edited by Iris Law. (May 23, 2012).

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).

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.

Edited Volumes 

Britney Cooper and Margaret Rhee, eds. “Hacking the (Black/White) Binary.” Special Issue, Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology (January 2015).

Book Reviews 

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 JournalSpecial 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.

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.

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