Schwartz, M., Crompton, C. 2016. “Remaking History: Lesbian Feminist Historical Methods In The Digital Humanities.” Bodies of Information: Intersectional Feminist Digital Humanities. Debates in DH. University of Minnesota Press. Submitted.
Schwartz, M. 2015. Review: It’s What I Do – A Photographer’s Life of Love and War. Shameless. Fall 2015.
Schwartz, M., Crompton, C. 2015. “Representing Canadian Queer Authorship: Making the Internet a Women’s Place.” Cultural Mapping and the Digital Sphere: Place and Space. R. Panofsky & K. Kellett (Eds.). University of Alberta Press.
Schwartz, M., Crompton, C. 2014. “Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada: Representing the Dyke Dynamo.” Digital Studies. Vol. 4.
Schwartz, M. 2014. Review: Army of Lovers: A Community History of Will Munro – Sarah Liss. Spacing. Spring 2014(74).
Schwartz, M. 2013. Review: How Poetry Saved My Life – Amber Dawn. Shameless. Winter 2013(44).
Schwartz, M. 2013. Review: Resisting the State & Gender and Sexuality: Canadian History Through the Stories of Activists – Scott Neigh. Shameless. Spring 2013(43).
Schwartz, M. 2013. Review: The Comfort of Queer Family Wisdom – Elisha Lim. Shameless. Winter 2012(45).
Schwartz, M. 2013. Review: First Spring Grass Fire – Rae Spoon. Shameless. Winter 2012(43).
Schwartz, M. 2012. Review: Venus With Biceps – David L. Chapman. Shameless. Fall 2012(21).
Schwartz, M. 2012. Counter Culture Classics: Bikini Kill. Shameless. Spring 2012(20).
Schwartz, M. 2011. Reviews: Elisha Lim & Their Illustrated Gentleman – Feminist Art Gallery. Shameless. Fall 2011(18):42.
Schwartz, M. 2011. Review: Love is a Hunter – Rae Spoon. Shameless. Spring 2011(17):45.
Weglein, J., Scheir, W., Peterson, J., Malsbury, S., Schwartz, M. 2008. Guide to the New York World’s Fair 1939 and 1940 Incorporated Records, 1935-1945, MssCol 2233. New York Public Library, Manuscripts and Archives Division.
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