“Teaching the Environmental Humanities: International Perspectives and Practices,” Emily O’Gorman, Thom van Dooren, Ursula Münster, Joni Adamson, Christof Mauch, Sverker Sörlin, Marco Amiero, Donna Houston, José Augusto Pádua, Kate Rigby, Owain Jones, Judy Motion, Chia-ju Chang, Shuyuan Lu, Christopher Jones, Kati Lindström, Lesley Green, Frank Matose, Hedley Twidle, Matthew Schneider-Mayerson, Stephen Muecke, Bethany Wiggin, Anne McNight, and Shinji Iwamasa, Environmental Humanities (forthcoming 2019).
“Ecocriticism, Environmental Justice, and Rights of Nature,” Bully Pulpit on Ecocriticism, Karl E. Kusserow, Ed., Panorama: Journal of the Association of American Historians of Art, (June 2019) 5.1.
“Introduction: The HfE Project and Beyond: New Constellations of Practice in the Environmental and Digital Humanities,” “The Green Humanities Lab,” Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, Joni Adamson, Guest Ed. 5.2 (Spring 2018), 1-20.
“Citizen Humanities: Teaching ‘Life Overlooked’ as Interdisciplinary Ecology,” Co-authored by Joni Adamson, Stephanie LeMenager, Catriona Sandilands, Special Issue, “The Green Humanities Lab,” Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, Joni Adamson, Guest Ed. 5.2 (Spring 2018), 96-121.
“Roots and Trajectories in the Environmental Humanities: From Environmental Justice to Intergenerational Justice.” English Language Notes (ELN). 55.1-2 (Summer/Fall 2017): 121-134.
“Networking Networks and Constellating New Practices in the Environmental Humanities,” PMLA 131.2 (March): 2016, 347–355.
Holm, P.; Adamson, J.; et al. “Humanities for the Environment—A Manifesto for Research and Action.” Humanities. 4.4 (December 2015): 977-992.
“The Ancient Future: Diasporic Residency and Food-based Knowledges in the Work of American Indigenous and Pacific Austronesian Writers.” Special Issue: “Migrants and their Memories.” Guest Co-Eds. K.T. Tee, Ayeling Wang and I-Chun Wang. Canadian Review of Comparative Literature. 42.1 (March 2015): 5-17.
Joni Adamson and David Naguib Pellow. “Engaged Scholarship in the Vernacular Landscape: A Conversation,” Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities. Inaugural Issue. (April 2013). DOI: 10.5250/resilience.1.1.27
“Simon Ortiz’s Fight Back: Environmental Justice, Transformative Ecocriticism, and the Middle Place.” Translated as
西蒙·奥蒂斯的反击：环境正义、转变中的生态批评和中部地区, in Journal of Jiangsu University, China, September 2013 (15.5): 34-41.
“`¡Todos Somos Indios!’” Revolutionary Imagination, Alternative Modernity, and Transnational Organizing in the Work of Silko, Tamez and Anzaldúa.” The Journal of Transnational American Studies (May 2012): 1-26.
“Indigenous Literatures, Multinaturalism, and Avatar: The Emergence of Indigenous Cosmopolitics.” American Literary History (ALH) Special Issue: Sustainability in America. 24.1 (Spring 2012): 143-67.
“Whale as Cosmos: Multi-species Ethnography and Contemporary Indigenous Cosmopolitics.” Special Issue: “Ecocriticism in English Studies.” Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses 64 (April 2012): 13-46.
“Medicine Food: Critical Environmental Justice Studies, Native North American Literature and the Movement for Food Sovereignty.” Special Issue: Indigenous Studies, Guest Ed. Kyle Powys Whyte. Environmental Justice 4.4 (December 2011): 213-19.
“American Literature and Film from a Planetary Perspective: Teaching Space, Time and Scale.” Special Issue: Teaching Earth. Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy Guest Ed. Anthony Lioi. 21.1 (Spring/Summer 2010): 23-41.
“Environmental Justice and Third Wave Ecocritical Approaches to Literature and Film.” Special Inaugural Issue: “New Ecocritical Perspectives: European and Transnational Ecocriticism,” ECOZON@: European Journal of Literature, Culture and Environment 1.1 (March 2010)
“The Shoulders We Stand On: An Introduction to Ethnicity and Ecocriticism,” with Co-Guest Ed. Scott Slovic, Special Issue: Ethnicity and Ecocriticism, MELUS: Multi-Ethnic Literatures of the US 34.2 (Summer 2009): 5-24.
“Coming Home to Eat: Re-imagining Place in the Age of Global Climate Change.” Tamkang Review 39.2 (June 2009): 3-26.
“The Challenge of Speaking First: A Tribute to Simon Ortiz.” Studies in American Indian Literatures 16.4 (Winter 2004): 57-60.
“Why Bears are Good to Think and Theory Doesn’t have to be Another Form of Murder: Transformation and Oral Tradition in Louise Erdrich’s Tracks.” Studies in American Indian Literatures 4.1 (Spring 1992): 28-48.