Publications

Scholarly Books

  1. heinz, m. (2016). Entering Transmasculinity:  The Inevitability of Discourse. Scholarly book. Intellect Press, UK. Distributed by University of Chicago Press in North America.

Refereed Journal Articles

  1. heinz, m. (2016). Spatial transitions in communication studies. Women’s Studies in Communication, 39(2), 153-156.
  1. heinz, m., & MacFarlane, D. (2013). Island Lives: A Transgender Needs Assessment for Vancouver Island. Sage Open, 3. DOI: 10.1177/2158244013503836 To date, this article has been accessed in full more than 1,000 times on the Sage Open platform and downloaded 17 times on the Research Gate Platform.
  1. heinz, m. (2010). I’m just kind of land: Finding self in space. First edition of the Canadian Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences. (CJHSS allows for both peer-reviewed and public, non-referred submissions; this submission went through the peer review process.)
  1. heinz, b. (2007). Here & Queer: Culture and Language in Gay Human Rights Struggles. International Journal of the Humanities, 3(9), 207-214.
  1. heinz, b., Cheng, H.-I., & Inuzuka, A. (2007). Greenpeace Greenspeak: A transcultural discourse analysis. Language and Intercultural Communication, 7(1).
  1. heinz, b. (2004). The World in One Semester: International Communication Partners. Communication Teacher, 18(3), 87-90.
  1. heinz, b. (2003). Sounds queer to me: the politics of disillusionment. Invited essay. Journal of Homosexuality. Special Issue on Queer Theory and Communication. (Gust A. Yep, Guest Editor). Simultaneously released as Queering Communication: Theory, Research, and Interventions, Gay and Lesbian Studies Series, (pp. 369-373). New York: Harrington Park Press.
  1. heinz, b. (2003). “I thought I’d have to quit the course”: Managing student homophobia. Com, 1, 3-15. [online journal no longer available]
  1. heinz, b. (2003). Backchannel responses as strategic responses in bilingual speakers’ conversations. Journal of Pragmatics, 35, 1113-1142.
  1. heinz, b. (2002). Enga(y)ging the discipline: Sexual minorities and communication studies. Communication Education, 51(1), 95-104.
  1. heinz, b., Li, G., Inuzuka, A., & Zender, R. (2002). Under the rainbow flag: Webbing global gay identities. International Journal of Sexuality and Gender Studies, Guest Issue: Queer Webs (Jonathan Alexander, Guest Editor). Vol. 7, 2/3, 107-124.
  1. heinz, b. (2001). Blurring boundaries: Orienting one’s sexuality between linguistic systems. The Journal of International Communication, 7 (1), 55-72.
  1. heinz, b. (2001). “Fish in the River”: Experiences of Bicultural Bilingual Speakers. Multilingua, 19(4), 85-108.
  1. heinz, b. (1999). Plan modification: An examination of cognitive planning theory. Journal of Cognition and Communication, 34(3/4), 201-222.
  1. Heinz, B., & Lee, R. (1998). Getting down to the meat: The symbolic construction of meat consumption. Communication Studies, 49(1), 86-99.
  1. Heinz, B. (1990). The image of women in selected plays by Megan Terry. Kansas Speech Journal, 50(1), 1-19.

Refereed Book Chapters

  1. heinz, m. (2015). “Trans Social Support Needs: Communication Research Directives.” In Transgender Communication (Leland Spencer and Jamie Capuzza, Eds.) pp. 33-50. Lanham, MD: Lexington.
  1. heinz, m. (2012). “Transmen on the Web: Inscribing Multiple Discourses.” In Karen Ross (Ed.) The Handbook of Gender, Sex, and Media (pp. 326-343). Chichester, West Sussex:  Wiley-Blackwell.
  1. heinz, m., & Cheng, H.-I. (2011). “Women seeking Women: Identity Constructions in German and Taiwanese online personal ads.” In Rohit Chopra and Radhika Gajjala (Eds.), Global Media, Culture, and Identity:  Theory, Cases, and Approaches (pp. 203-216). New York and London: Routledge.
  1. heinz, b. (2009). Sexual orientation. In W. Eadie (Ed.), 21st Century Communication: A Reference Handbook (pp. 387-395). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Three levels of peer review; submission by invitation only.
  1. heinz, b. (2008). Communicating across cultures. In R. Tennyson & S. McManus (Eds.), Talking the walk: A communication manual for partnership practitioners (pp. 12-13). Published by The Partnering Initiative of the International Business Leaders Forum, London
  1. heinz, b. (2005) “Die Umsetzung egalitärer Ideale im Alltag: Entgrenztes Arbeits/Privatesleben in Lesbischen Familien.” In Julia Reuter and Katja Wolf (Eds.) GeschlechterLeben im Wandel Stauffenburger Verlag.
  1. Vogt, K. & heinz, b. (2004) “Interkulturelle Kompetenz medial vermitteln – Ergebnisse einer deutsch-amerikanischen Untersuchung.” In: U. K. Günther & F. Wagner, (Eds.), Neue Medien – Neue Kompetenzen? Texte produzieren und rezipieren im Zeitalter digitaler Medien. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. (Bonner Beiträge zur Medienwissenschaft).
  1. heinz, b. (2004). “Shifting Meaning Between Cultures: A Phenomenological Inquiry into Bilingual Lesbians’ Identity Constructions.” In Guo-Ming Chen & William J. Starosta (Eds.), International and Intercultural Communication Annual Vol. 27 (pp. 80-100). Washington, D.C.: National Communication Association.

Refereed Book Reviews

  1. heinz, m. (2010). [Media and Monarchy in Sweden.] Journal of International Communication.
  1. heinz, m. (2009). [New Publics with/out Democracy.] Journal of International Communication.
  1. heinz, b. (2004). [Language as social action: Social psychology and language use.] Southern Communication Journal, 70(1), 84-85.
  1. heinz, b. (2000/2001). [The lesbian family life cycle.] Calyx, 20(2).
  1. heinz, b. (2000) [Representing women.] Calyx, 19(2), 125-127.
  1. heinz, b. (1999) [Field of Vision.] Calyx, 18(3), 146-147.
  1. Heinz, B. (1998). [Daring to Dissent: Lesbian Culture from margin to mainstream.] Calyx, 17(3), 108-109.
  1. Heinz, B. (1997). [A history of women in the West. Vol. III.] Calyx, 17(2), 110-111.
  1. Heinz, B. (1995). [Blood into ink]. Calyx, 16(2), 115-116.
  1. Heinz, B. (1994). [A history of women in the west. Vol. 4. Emerging feminism from revolution to world war]. Calyx, 15(3), 112-113.
  1. Heinz, B. (1993/1994). [The great war and women’s consciousness: Images of militarism and womanhood in women’s writings, 1914-1964]. Calyx, 15(1), 103-105.
  1. Heinz, B. (1992). [Women in veterinary medicine: Profiles of success]. Calyx, 14(2), 110-111.
  1. Heinz, B. (1991). [Women on war: Essential voices for the nuclear age from a brilliant international assembly]. Calyx, 13(2), 107-109.

Papers Read to Professional Societies

Refereed Papers

  1. heinz,m. (2016). Norming abnormality. Presented at Moving Trans History Forward Conference, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, March 2016.
  1. heinz, m. (2016). photographic memory. Selected for spotlight presentation at the Western States Communication Association Performance Studies Division, San Diego, CA, Feb. 2016.
  1. heinz, m. (2015). Negotiating (Trans)Male Privilege in Women’s Spaces. Presented to Feminist and Women’s Studies Division of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, November 2015.
  1. heinz, m. (2015). Digital Transmasculinities: Performing Online Identities Offline. Presented to Performance Studies Division of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, November 2015.
  1. heinz, m. (2014). “The Common Feeling of Isolation;” Vancouver Island Transgender Experiences. Presented to Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Caucus of Central States Communication Association, Minneapolis, April 2014.
  1. heinz, m. (2014). Transgender Health Communication Needs. Presented to Health Communication Division of Western States Communication Association, Anaheim, CA, February 2014.
  1. heinz, m. (2014). Time/passing. Presented to Performance Studies Division of Western States Communication Association, Anaheim, CA, February 2014.
  1. heinz, m. (2013). Isolation: Vancouver Island Transgender Communication Experiences. Presented at Canadian Communication Association Annual Conference (Congress) June 5, 2013, Victoria, BC.
  1. heinz, m. (2013). Island Lives: Vancouver Island Transgender Experiences of Social Isolation. Presented May 11, 2013, at the Island Studies: West Coast Canada & Beyond Conference, Gabriola Island, British Columbia.
  1. heinz, m. (2012). On an Island: Experiences of Trans People on Vancouver Island. Competitive paper presented at the Canadian Professional Association for Transgender Health conference, Winnipeg.
  1. heinz, m. (2012). Inscribing Transmale Discourses. Competitive paper presented at the International Communication Association annual conference. Phoenix.
  1. heinz, m. (2010). Current research topics in transgender health. Competitive paper presented at the Canadian Professional Association for Transgender Health conference, Montreal.
  1. heinz, b., & McCarthy, M. J. (2009). Perceiving place, perceiving self in space: The land itself was calm. Competitive paper presented at the 2009 Environmental Studies Association conference, Ottawa.
  1. heinz, b. (2009). “I’m Just Kind of Land”: Finding self in place. Competitive paper presented at the 2009 Canadian Communication Studies Association conference, Ottawa.
  1. heinz, b. (2008). Misperforming womanity: In search of gender. Competitive paper presented to the Performance Studies Division for the 2008 NCA convention, San Diego.
  1. heinz, b. (2007). As death performs me. Competitive paper presented to the Performance Studies Division at the 2007 NCA convention, Chicago.
  1. heinz, b., & Cheng, H.-I. (2007). Bridging Taiwanese and German discourses: Women seeking women online. Paper presented at the Canadian Communication Association annual meeting, Saskatoon.
  1. heinz, b. (2007). Migrations: reflections on performance in suspension. Competitive paper presented to the Performance Studies Division of the Western States Communication Association, Seattle. Selected for division’s Top Four Paper panel.
  1. heinz, b. (2005). L-Mag: Discourse Analysis of a New Media Phenomenon. Competitive paper presented to the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies Division at the 2005 NCA convention.
  1. heinz, b. (2004). Lesbische Partnerschaften im entgrenzten Arbeits/Privatleben: Strukturelle Veränderungen in lesbischen Familien. Competitive paper presented at the Fourth Annual Women’s and Gender Studies Conference for Rhineland-Palatinate, Universität Trier, Nov. 26-27, 2004.
  1. heinz, b. (2004). Airing of Differences: Conflict in Communication Courses. Competitive paper presented at 2004 National Communication Association convention, Nov. 11-14, Chicago. Sponsor: Intercultural and International Communication Division.
  1. heinz, b. (2004). The Cyber Chase for Competence: Analysis of an International E-mail Exchange. Competitive paper presented at the 2004 Central States Communication Association convention. Sponsor: Intercultural Interest Group.
  1. heinz, b., & Cheng, H.-I. (2003). Not so global? A transcultural analysis of mediated Greenpeace discourse. Competitive paper sponsored by the Environmental Communication Commission and presented at the National Communication Association Convention, November 2003, Miami, FL.
  1. heinz, b. (2003). Internationale Interkulturelle Kommunikation: Kompetenz durch E-mail Austausch? [International intercultural communication: Competence via e-mail exchange?] Competitive paper presented at the Tagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Sprechwissenschaft und Sprecherziehung (DGGS), October 9-12, 2003, Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken, Germany.
  1. heinz, b. (2002). Shifting meaning between cultures: A phenomenological inquiry into bilingual lesbians’ experiences. Competitive paper sponsored by the Semiotics and Communication Commission and presented at the National Communication Association, November 2002, New Orleans, LA.
  1. heinz, b. (2002). “I thought I’d have to quit the course:” Managing Student Homophobia. Competitive paper presented at the annual convention of the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language and Gender in Minneapolis, MN, Oct. 3-6.
  1. heinz, b. (2002). Bilingual lesbians’ coming out experiences. Competitive paper presented at the annual convention of the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language and Gender in Minneapolis, MN, Oct. 3-6.
  1. heinz, b. (2002). The World In One Semester: International Communication Course Development. Competitive paper presented at the Aug. 8-11, 2002 World Communication Association Convention (WCA), Lincoln, NE.
  1. b. (2002). How Queer Is That? Reflections on the Pursuit of Global Gay Phenomena. Competitive paper presented at the Aug. 8-11, 2002 World Communication Association Convention (WCA), Lincoln, NE.
  1. heinz, b., Li, G., Inuzuka, A., & Zender, R. (2001, November). Under the rainbow flag: Webbing global gay identities. Competitive paper presented at the 2001 National Communication Association Convention (NCA), Atlanta, GA.
  1. heinz, b. (2001, October). Globalized sexual identities: To(o) queer a sphere? Competitive paper presented at the 2001 Modern Literature Conference Globalicities, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.
  1. heinz, b. (2000, November). Cultures, nations, ethnic identities: Current issues in intercultural international teaching and research. Competitive paper presented at the annual NCA convention, Seattle, WA.
  1. heinz, b. (2000, November). Crossing borders, crossing sexualities. Competitive paper presented at the annual NCA convention, Seattle, WA.
  1. heinz, b. (2000, July). Under the rainbow flag: crossing borders, ethnicities, and sexual identities. Competitive paper presented at the NCA Conference on Communication and Cultural Politics, Iowa City, IA.
  1. heinz, b. (2000, May). Global Reflections: International communication from an intercultural perspective. Competitive paper presented at the annual convention of the Canadian Communication Association, Edmonton, Alberta.
  1. heinz, b. (2000, April). A look back toward the future: Reconsidering international perspectives in intercultural communication research. Competitive paper presented at the annual convention of the Central States Communication Association (CSCA), Detroit, MI.
  1. heinz, b. (2000, April). From Fringe Lesbian to Cyberdyke: Gay Girls on the Web. Competitive paper presented at the annual CSCA convention, Detroit, MI.
  1. heinz, b. (2000, February). GLBT Issues as Communication Issues. Competitive paper presented at the annual Midwest Bisexual, Lesbian, Gay, Transgender College Conference, St. Cloud, MN.
  1. heinz, b. (1999, November). Coming Out Between Cultures. Competitive paper presented at the NCA Seminar Color Us Queer: Communication and Alternative Relationships. Seminar Leader: Jeff Ringer. Chicago, IL.
  1. heinz, b. (1999, October). Blurring Boundaries: Orienting One’s Sexuality Between Linguistic Systems. Competitive paper presented at the annual convention of the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender, Wichita, KS.
  1. Heinz, B. (1998, November). Ja ja:  Differences and Similarities in German and U.S. Backchannel Responses. Paper presented at the annual NCA convention, New York, NY.
  1. Heinz, B. (1998, April). From the ancient mariner to contemporary environmental activists: Basing environmental criticism on Burke. Competitive paper presented at the annual CSCA convention, Chicago, IL.
  1. Heinz, B. (1998, March). Coming out into non-native language space. Competitive paper presented at the Boundaries in Question Conference March 6-7 at the University of California-Berkeley.
  1. Heinz, B. (1997, May). Sex differences in family politeness interaction. Competitive paper presented at the annual convention of the International Communication Association. Montréal, Canada.
  1. Heinz, B. (1997, April). Politeness theory: Its development and future directions. Competitive paper presented at the annual CSCA convention, St. Louis, MO.
  1. Heinz, B. (1997, March). Rethinking the Gay/Straight Split: Questioning the Binary Construction of Sexualities in Communication Scholarship. Competitive paper presented at the annual No Limits Women’s Studies Conference, Lincoln, NE.
  1. Heinz, B. (1996, November). Drop by drop: A brief submersion in the discourse of water. Competitive paper presented to the Student Section at the annual convention of the Speech Communication Association, San Diego, CA.
  1. Heinz, B. (1996, November). The experience of language use:  A study of bicultural bilingualism. Competitive paper presented to the Language and Social Interaction Division at the annual Speech Communication Association convention, San Diego, CA.
  1. Heinz, B. (1996, May). Plan modification: An examination of cognitive planning theory. Competitive paper presented at the annual convention of the International Communication Association, Chicago, IL. ERIC Document 396 342
  1. Heinz, B. (1996, April). David against Goliath: Greenpeace as a paradigm case for a strategic-spectacular style. Competitive paper presented at the annual CSCA convention, St. Paul, MN.
  1. Heinz, B. (1995, November). Sources of knowledge and plan modification: Testing aspects of cognitive planning theory. Competitive paper presented at the annual SCA convention, San Antonio, TX. ERIC Document 385 866
  1. Heinz, B. (1995, October). An initial exploration of the potential contributions of French feminist theory to interpersonal communication. Paper presented at the annual convention of the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language and Gender, Minneapolis, MN. ERIC Document 395 355
  1. Heinz, B. (1995, April). Getting down to the meat: Associational clusters and implicit equations in the rhetoric of meat consumption. Competitive paper presented at the CSCA convention, Indianapolis, IN.

Refereed Panel Contributions

  1. heinz, b. (2004). The queer factor. Paper presented as part of the panel “When Misperception Comes In Between: Teaching Communication as Co-Cultural Groups in U.S. Classrooms” at the 2004 National Communication Association Convention, November 11-14, Chicago. Sponsor: International and Intercultural Communication Division.
  1. heinz, b. (2004). Mentoring Perspectives. Paper presented as part of the panel “Generating and Mentoring Academic Identities” at the 2004 National Communication Association Convention, November 11-14, Chicago. Sponsor: Women’s Caucus.
  1. heinz, b. (2004). Paper presented as part of the panel “Ethical Research Responsibilities” at the 2004 CSCA convention. Sponsor: Women’s Caucus.
  1. heinz, b., & Cheng, H.-I. (2004). Queer personal ads in Taiwan and Germany. Paper presented as part of the panel “Critical Analyses of Diverse Media Texts” at the 2004 CSCA convention. Sponsor: Media Studies Interest Group.
  1. heinz, b. (2003). American = Peace? Constructing Conflicted National-Cultural Identities Online. Panel presentation accepted as part of the panel “Virtually Reaching Out/Reaching In: Cultural Politics in the Information Age” sponsored by the Critical and Cultural Studies Division of the NCA Convention, November 2003, Miami.
  1. heinz, b. (2003). Rainbows? Yes. Stars & Stripes? No. European queer discourse in light of anti-Americanism. Paper presented as part of the panel “Questioning the limits of emerging queer discourses at a national and international level” sponsored by the GLBT Communication Studies Division at the NCA Convention, November 2003, Miami.
  1. heinz, b. (2002). Border issues: Sexual orientation across cultures. Panel organized and sponsored by Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Communication Studies Division at the 2002 annual NCA convention, New Orleans, LA. Includes author’s paper Eurogay: Queerness on German Youth Websites.
  1. heinz, b. (2002). Communication in Action: Immigrant Children and Culture. Panel organized and accepted for presentation by the International and Intercultural Communication Studies Division at the 2002 annual NCA convention, New Orleans, LA. Includes author’s paper The Quest for Multicultural Identities: A Parent’s Reflection on Communication, Culture, and Child-Rearing.
  1. heinz, b. (2002). European queer marital discourse. Paper presented as part of the panel “Beyond heterosexual marriage: Communication in and about alternate forms of relationships” at the 2002 NCA Convention, New Orleans, LA.
  1. heinz, b. (2002). Border issues: Sexual orientation across cultures. Panel organized and accepted for presentation by the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender Communication Studies Division at the 2002 annual NCA convention, New Orleans, LA. Includes author’s paper Eurogay: Queerness on German Youth Websites.
  1. heinz, b. (2002). Communication in Action: Immigrant Children and Culture. Panel organized and accepted for presentation by the International and Intercultural Communication Studies Division at the 2002 annual NCA convention, New Orleans, LA. Includes author’s paper The Quest for Multicultural Identities: A Parent’s Reflection on Communication, Culture, and Child-Rearing.
  1. heinz, b. (2001, May). “Gay girls on the Internet: Transnational commonalities and differences.” Panel presentation ghost-presented by Radhika Gajjala at the Feminist Division, International Communication Association Convention 2001, Washington, D.C.
  1. heinz, b., & González, A. (2000, November). What are we teaching? Outcome-based approaches to intercultural communication. Panel presented at the annual NCA convention, Seattle, WA.
  1. Heinz, B. (1998). Food for Thought: Critical Approaches to Cultural Consumption. Panel organized and presented at the annual Central States Communication Association. Includes author’s paper Sprouting up all over: Rhetorical constructions of vegetarianism.

Refereed Poster Presentations

  1. heinz, b., & Vogt. K. (2002). Fostering international communication competence: A German-American Online Exchange. Poster presented at BGSU’s First Annual Research Conference, Nov. 7-8, Bowling Green, Ohio.
  1. heinz, b., & Gajjala, R. (2001, November). Interdisciplinary scholarship: A transnational research cluster. Competitive poster session presented at annual NCA convention, Atlanta, GA.
  1. heinz, b. (2000, November). Enga(y)ging the discipline: Sexual minorities and communication studies. Competitive poster session presented at the annual NCA convention, Seattle, WA.

Invited Lectures

heinz, b. (2004, Nov. 30). “Fremde Frauen” als Gegenstand der Interkulturellen Genderforschung. Universität Trier, Germany.

Applied Research Community Presentations

Presenter. (2013, Sept. 25 ). Transgender Health Experiences on Vancouver Island. Vancouver Island Health Authority Nurse Practitioner Community of Practice, Saanich Peninsula Hospital, British Columbia.

Presenter. (2013, Nov. 20). Transgender Health Experiences on Vancouver Island. Interdisciplinary Meeting of Nanaimo Home and Community Care. Nanaimo, British Columbia.

Presenter (2013, September). Results of the Vancouver Island Transgender Needs Assessment. Public presentation sponsored by Camosun College’s Camosun Pride student organization. Victoria, BC.