Dickinson, E. (forthcoming, 2013). The misdiagnosis: Rethinking "nature-deficit disorder." Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture.
Milstein, T., & Dickinson, E. (forthcoming). Gynocentric greenwashing: The discursive gendering of nature. Communication, Culture & Critique.
McKinnon, S., Dickinson, E., Chavez, K., & Carr, J. (forthcoming). Kiva.org, person-to person lending, and the conditions of intercultural contact. Howard Journal of Communications.
Dickinson, E. (2012). (Re)appropriating the petroglyphs: Commercial representations of a cultural landscape. Journal of Consumer Culture, 12(2), 1-20. View entire paper
Dickinson, E., Foss, K. A., & Chen, Y.-W. (2012). Disrupting polarization in discourses of terrorism, the environment, and race: The generative possibilities of dialectical innovation. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 2(14). View entire paper.
Dickinson, E. (2012). Addressing environmental racism through storytelling: Toward an
environmental justice narrative framework. Communication, Culture & Critique, 5(1), 57-74. View entire paper.
Lutgen-Sandvik, P., Dickinson, E., & Foss, K. A. (2012). Painting, priming, peeling, and polishing: Constructing and deconstructing the woman-bullying-woman identity at work. In S. Fox, & T. R. Lituchy (Eds.), Gender and the dysfunctional workplace (pp. 61-77) . Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd.
Dickinson, E. (2011). Displaced in nature: The cultural production of (non-)place in place-based forest conservation pedagogy. Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture, 5(3), 300-319. View entire paper.
Milstein, T., A nguiano, C., Sandoval, J., Chen, Y.-W., & Dickinson, E. (2011). Communicating a "new" environmental vernacular: A sense of relations-in-place. Communication Monographs, 78(4), 486-519. View entire paper
Dickinson, E. (2009). The Montana meth project: Applying Burke's dramatistic pentad to a persuasive anti-drug media campaign. Communication Teacher, 23(3), 126-131.
Dickinson, E. (2009). Simulation and media. In S. W. Littlejohn & K. A. Foss (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Communication Theory (pp. 885-887). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Dickinson, E. (2008).[Review of the book Trying Leviathan: The Nineteenth-Century New York Case That Put the Whale on Trial and Challenged the Order of Nature.] Green Theory and Praxis: The Journal of Ecopedagogy, 4(1), 118-121.
Under Revision and Under Review
Carr, J., Dickinson, E., McKinnon, S., & Chávez, K. (revise/resubmit). Kiva's flat, flat world: The a-spatiality of microcredit in cyberspace. Social & Cultural Geography.
Dickinson, E. (under review). Ecocultural schizophrenia: Dialectical environmental discourses and practices. Communication, Culture & Critique.
In Process (Working Papers and Projects)
Dickinson, E. (final writing stage). Transhuman conversations: Mediation and interruption in ecocultural contexts. For submission to Western Journal of Communication
Dickinson, E. (writing stage). Communicating (scientific) sustainability in the No Child Left Inside Act (a project funded by Salem College). For submission to Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture
Dickinson, E. (writing stage). The Misdiagnosis. For submission to Orion Magazine
Dickinson, E., & Chen, Y.-W. (conceptualization stage). An analysis of intercultural communication and relationships between au pairs and host families
Dickinson, E. (conceptualization stage). Inter(eco)cultural communication: Making room for nature in intercultural communication research
Dickinson, E., & Foss, K. (conceptualization stage). An analysis of placenta consumption and rights