Books
Olson, Gary A., and Lynn Worsham, eds. Education as Civic Engagement: Toward a More Democratic Society. Palgrave-Macmillan, forthcoming, 2012.

Worsham, Lynn, and Gary A. Olson, eds. Plugged In: Technology, Rhetoric, and Culture in a Posthuman Age. Hampton Press, 2008. Foreword by Cindy Selfe.

Olson, Gary A., and Lynn Worsham, eds. The Politics of Possibility: Encountering the Radical Imagination. Paradigm Press, 2007 (paperback released in 2008). Foreword by Henry A. Giroux. (original scholarly interviews).

Olson, Gary A., and Lynn Worsham, eds. Postmodern Sophistry: Stanley Fish and the Critical Enterprise. State U of New York P, 2004. Afterword by Stanley Fish.

Olson, Gary A., and Lynn Worsham, eds. Critical Intellectuals on Writing. State U of New York P, 2003.

Worsham, Lynn, Sidney Dobrin, and Gary A. Olson, eds. The Kinneavy Papers: Theory and the Study of Discourse. State U of New York P, 2000.

Olson, Gary A., and Lynn Worsham, eds. Race, Rhetoric, and the Postcolonial. State U of New York P, 1999.
(original scholarly interviews).

Jarratt Susan C., and Lynn Worsham, eds. Feminism and Composition Studies: In Other Words.
Modern Language Association P, 1998.


Articles and Chapters
Worsham, Lynn. “Toward an Understanding of the Problem of Human Violence: Cultural Studies, Animal Studies, and the Promise of Posthumanism,” Review of Education, Pedagogy and Cultural Studies 35.1 (2012). In press.

Worsham, Lynn. “Moving Beyond the Logic of Sacrifice: Animal Studies, Trauma Studies, and the Path to Posthumanism.” Writing Posthumanism Writing. Ed. Sidney I. Dobrin. Parlor Press, forthcoming.

Worsham, Lynn. “Indifferent Relations: ‘The Animal’ in the History of ‘the Human.’” Rhetoric Society Quarterly, forthcoming.

Worsham, Lynn, and Gary A. Olson. “Temple Grandin, Translator: Sounding Autism, Seeing Animals, Making a Difference.” JAC: A Journal of Rhetoric, Culture, and Politics 32.1-2 (2012): 11-56.

Worsham, Lynn. “Thinking With Cats (More, to Follow).” JAC: A Journal of Rhetoric, Culture, and Politics 30 (2010): 405–33.

Worsham, Lynn. “Composing (Identities) in a Post-traumatic Age.” Identity Papers: Literacy and Power in Higher Education. Ed. Bronwyn T. Williams. Utah State UP, 2006. 170–81.

Worsham, Lynn. “The Politics of Anger in the Rhetoric of Silence.” Afterword to The Silencing of Ruby McCollum: Race, Class, and Gender in the South. Tammy Evans. UP of Florida, 2006. 143–46.

Worsham, Lynn. “Where Writing Takes Place.” Writing Environments: Rhetoric, Texts, and the Construction of Nature. Ed. Sidney I. Dobrin and Christopher J. Keller. State U of New York P, 2005. 31–39.

Olson, Gary A., and Lynn Worsham. “Rhetoric, Emotion, and the Justification of Belief.” Postmodern Sophistry: Stanley Fish and the Critical Enterprise. Ed. Gary A. Olson and Lynn Worsham. State U of New York P, 2004. 143–56.

Worsham, Lynn. “Coming to Terms: Theory, Writing, Politics.” Rhetoric and Composition as Intellectual Work. Ed. Gary A. Olson. Southern Illinois UP, 2002. 101–14.

Olson, Gary A., and Lynn Worsham. “Slavoj Žižek: Philosopher, Cultural Critic, and Cyber-Communist.” JAC: A Journal of Rhetoric, Culture, and Politics 21 (2001): 251–86.

Olson, Gary A., and Lynn Worsham. “Changing the Subject: Judith Butler’s Politics of Radical Resignification.” JAC: A Journal of Rhetoric, Culture, and Politics 20 (2000): 727–65. Reprinted in The Judith Butler Reader. Ed. Sara Salih. Oxford, UK: Blackwell, 2004. 325–56.

Worsham, Lynn. “On the Discipline and Pleasure of Perilous Acts.” JAC: A Journal of Rhetoric, Culture, and Politics 19 (1999): 707–21.

Worsham, Lynn. “Critical Interference and the Postmodern Turn in Composition Studies.” Composition Forum 10 (1999): 1–29.

Worsham, Lynn. “On the Rhetoric of Theory in the Discipline of Writing: A Comment and a Proposal.”
JAC: A Journal of Rhetoric, Culture, and Politics 19 (1999): 389–409.

Worsham, Lynn, and Gary A. Olson. “Rethinking Political Community: Chantal Mouffe’s Liberal Socialism.”
JAC: A Journal of Rhetoric, Culture, and Politics 19 (1999): 163–99.

Worsham, Lynn, and Gary A. Olson. “Hegemony and the Future of Democracy: Ernesto Laclau’s Political Philosophy.” JAC: A Journal of Rhetoric, Culture, and Politics 19 (1999): 1–34.

Olson, Gary A., and Lynn Worsham. “Staging the Politics of Difference: Homi Bhabha’s Critical Literacy.” JAC: A Journal of Rhetoric, Culture, and Politics 18 (1998): 361–91. Reprinted in Readerly/ Writerly Texts 7 (1999): 7–37.

Worsham, Lynn. “Going Postal: Pedagogic Violence and the Schooling of Emotion.” JAC: A Journal of Rhetoric, Culture, and Politics 18 (1998): 213–45. Rpt. in Beyond the Corporate University: Culture and Pedagogy in the New Millennium. Ed. Henry A. Giroux and Kostas Myrsiades. Lanham: Rowman, 2001. 229–65. Rpt. in The Norton Anthology of Composition. Ed. Susan Miller. New York: Norton, 2009.

Worsham, Lynn. “A Choice of Words Remains.” Feminism and Composition Studies: In Other Words. Ed. Susan C. Jarratt and Lynn Worsham. New York: Modern Language Association P, 1998. 329–56.

Worsham, Lynn “Working Titles and Entitlement(s): Feminism, Composition Studies, and the Politics of Publication.” Composition Forum 8 (1997): 19–29.

Worsham, Lynn. “Romancing the Stones: My Movie Date with Sandra Harding.” JAC: A Journal of Rhetoric, Culture, and Politics 15 (1995): 565–71.

Worsham, Lynn. “Eating History, Purging Memory, Killing Rhetoric.” Writing Histories of Rhetoric. Ed. Victor J. Vitanza. Carbondale: Southern Illinois UP, 1994. 139–55.

Worsham, Lynn. “Emotion and Pedagogic Violence.” Discourse 15.2 (1993): 113–48.

Worsham, Lynn. “Reading Wild, Seriously: Confessions of an Epistemophiliac.” Rhetoric Society Quarterly 22 (1992): 39–62.

Worsham, Lynn. “Kenneth Burke’s Appendicitis: A Feminist’s Case for Complaint.” PRE/TEXT: A Journal for Rhetorical Theory 12.1–2 (1991): 68–95.

Worsham, Lynn. “Writing Against Writing: The Predicament of Écriture Féminine in Composition Studies.” Contending With Words: Composition and Rhetoric in a Postmodern Age. Ed. John Schilb and Patricia Harkin. New York: Modern Language Association P, 1991. 82–104. Rpt. In Feminism and Composition: A Critical Sourcebook. Ed. Gesa Kirsh et. al. Urbana: NCTE, 2003. 103–22.

Worsham, Lynn. “Untitling the Other: But to What End?” Discurrendo 3.1 (1990): 16–18.

Worsham, Lynn. “Kenneth Burke’s Appendicitis: Tropics of Disease and Cure.” Working Papers No. 12. Center for Twentieth Century Studies, Milwaukee. (Fall 1988): 1–24.

Worsham, Lynn. “The Question Concerning Invention: Hermeneutics and the Genesis of Writing.” PRE/TEXT: A Journal for Rhetorical Theory 8.3–4 (1987): 197–244.


Reviews

Rev. of Feminism Beyond Modernism. College Composition and Communication 54 (2003).

Rev. of Passing and Pedagogy: The Dynamics of Responsibility. Pedagogy 1.3 (2001): 560–63.

Rev. of The Self After Postmodernity. Rhetoric Society Quarterly 29 (1999): 90–91.

Rev. of Negation, Subjectivity, and the History of Rhetoric. Rhetoric Society Quarterly 28 (1999): 87–88.

Rev. of Publishing in Rhetoric and Composition. JAC: A Journal of Rhetoric, Culture, and Politics 17 (1997): 517–21.

Rev. of Re-reading the Sophists: Classical Rhetoric Refigured. Composition Studies 20 (1992): 89–92.

Rev. of In Pursuit of Power: Heinrich Von Kleist’s Machiavellian Protagonists. Rocky Mountain Review
43 (1989): 117–19.

Rev. of Argumentation and the Decision Making Process. Journal of the American Forensic Association
21.2 (1984): 105–08.


Essay Columns
Worsham, Lynn. “The Endangered Scholarly Book Review.” Chronicle of Higher Education 1 Apr. 2012.

Worsham, Lynn. “Fast-Food Scholarship.” Chronicle of Higher Education 12 Dec. 2011.

Worsham, Lynn. “What Editors Want.” Chronicle of Higher Education 12 Sept. 2008: A42+.

Worsham, Lynn (Lagretta Gradgrind). “Too Many Bad Apples.” Chronicle of Higher Education. 12 Oct. 2007.