June, Pamela B. “Review of David Cowart’s The Tribe of Pyn.” Studies in the Novel (Fall 2016).

—. “Alice Walker on Animal Ethics in Her Fiction: An Interview.” Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 44.1 (2015).

—. “Subverting Heteronormativity: Another Look at Alice Walker’s By the Light of My Father’s Smile.” Women’s Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 40.5 (2011).

—. “A Blow-Up Doll on Campus: Invoking Marina Abramović’s Rhythm 0 to Investigate Female Objectification.” The Researcher: An Interdisciplinary Journal 23.1 (2010).

—. “Fragmentation and Maternal Healing in Tina De Rosa’s Paper Fish.” VIA: Voices in Italian Americana 21.2 (2010).


—. “Language and Historical Memory in Gloria Naylor’s Mama Day.” In The Power of the Word: The Sacred and the Profane. Ed. Patsy Daniels. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2015.

—. The Fragmented Female Body and Identity: The Feminist, Postmodern, and Multiethnic Writings of Morrison, Cha, Perry, Jones, Pérez, Allen, and Acker, Peter Lang Publishing, 2010.

In progress: Alice Walker and Ecofeminism: Animal Ethics and Activism in an Era of Social Change.