Refereed Journal Articles

heinz, m. (2020). Photographic memory. Women & Language (in press).

heinz, m. (2018, April-June). Communicating while transgender: Apprehension, loneliness, and willingness to communicate in a Canadian sample. SAGE Open, 1-17. DOI: 10.1177/2158244018777780

heinz, m. (2017). Being becoming/becoming being: Visual representations of trans bodies. Photoworks: Photography, Art, Visual Culture, 24, 184-197.

heinz, m. (2016). Spatial transitions in communication studies. Women’s Studies in Communication, 39(2), 153-156.
heinz, m., & MacFarlane, D. (2013). Island Lives: A Transgender Needs Assessment for Vancouver Island. Sage Open, 3. DOI: 10.1177/2158244013503836 .

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 allowed for both peer-reviewed and public, non-referred submissions; this submission went through the peer review process.)

heinz, b. (2007). Here & Queer: Culture and Language in Gay Human Rights Struggles. International Journal of the Humanities, 3(9), 207-214.

heinz, b., Cheng, H.-I., & Inuzuka, A. (2007). Greenpeace Greenspeak: A transcultural discourse analysis. Language and Intercultural Communication, 7(1).

heinz, b. (2004). The World in One Semester: International Communication Partners. Communication Teacher, 18(3), 87-90. Reprinted in Selections from the Communication Teacher, 2002-2005, an instructional supplement to The Art of Public Speaking (McGraw-Hill).

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.

heinz, b. (2003). “I thought I’d have to quit the course”: Managing student homophobia. QueeringTheClassroom.Com, 1, 3-15. [online journal no longer available]

heinz, b. (2003). Backchannel responses as strategic responses in bilingual speakers’ conversations. Journal of Pragmatics, 35, 1113-1142.

heinz, b. (2002). Enga(y)ging the discipline: Sexual minorities and communication studies. Communication Education, 51(1), 95-104.

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.

heinz, b. (2001). Blurring boundaries: Orienting one’s sexuality between linguistic systems. The Journal of International Communication, 7 (1), 55-72.

heinz, b. (2001). “Fish in the River”: Experiences of Bicultural Bilingual Speakers. Multilingua, 19(4), 85-108.

heinz, b. (1999). Plan modification: An examination of cognitive planning theory. Journal of Cognition and Communication, 34(3/4), 201-222.

18. Heinz, B., & Lee, R. (1998). Getting down to the meat: The symbolic construction of meat consumption. Communication Studies, 49(1), 86-99. DOI:10.1080/10510979809368520

Heinz, B. (1990). The image of women in selected plays by Megan Terry. Kansas Speech Journal, 50(1), 1-19.

Refereed Book Chapters

Capuzza, J., Spencer, L. G., Billard, T. J., Booth, E. T., heinz, m., Jones, S., & Miller, L. (2020). “Transing communication education: A chorus of voices.” In Queer Communication Pedagogy (Ahmet Atay and Sandy Pensoneau-Conway, Eds.). Routledge.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

heinz, b. (2006). “Die Umsetzung egalitärer Ideale im Alltag: Entgrenztes Arbeits/Privatesleben in Lesbischen Familien.” In Julia Reuter and Katja Wolf (Eds.) Geschlechterleben im Wandel (pp. 249-262_. Stauffenburger Verlag.

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).

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.

Other Peer-Reviewed Publications

heinz, m. (June 2019). “Transgender Media Studies.” Oxford Bibliographies in “Communication.” New York: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199756841-0233

Refereed Book Reviews

heinz, m. (2018). Fueling the transdisciplinary imagination. [Fueling Culture: 101 Words for Energy and the Environment.] Topia: Canadian Journal of Cultural studies. DOI:/10.3138/topia.38.165

heinz, m. (2010). [Media and Monarchy in Sweden.] Journal of International Communication.

heinz, m. (2009). [New Publics with/out Democracy.] Journal of International Communication.

heinz, b. (2004). [Language as social action: Social psychology and language use.] Southern Communication Journal, 70(1), 84-85.

heinz, b. (2000/2001). [The lesbian family life cycle.] Calyx, 20(2).

heinz, b. (2000) [Representing women.] Calyx, 19(2), 125-127.

heinz, b. (1999) [Field of Vision.] Calyx, 18(3), 146-147.

Heinz, B. (1998). [Daring to Dissent: Lesbian Culture from margin to mainstream.] Calyx, 17(3), 108-109.

Heinz, B. (1997). [A history of women in the West. Vol. III.] Calyx, 17(2), 110-111.

Heinz, B. (1995). [Blood into ink]. Calyx, 16(2), 115-116.

Heinz, B. (1994). [A history of women in the west. Vol. 4. Emerging feminism from revolution to world war]. Calyx, 15(3), 112-113.

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.

Heinz, B. (1992). [Women in veterinary medicine: Profiles of success]. Calyx, 14(2), 110-111.

Heinz, B. (1991). [Women on war: Essential voices for the nuclear age from a brilliant international assembly]. Calyx, 13(2), 107-109.