Greta Olson and Sara Polak, eds. The Politics of Form. Routledge Special Issues as Books. Routledge, 2018.
Jan Alber and Greta Olson, eds. How to Do Things with Narrative: Cognitive and Diachronic Perspectives. Berlin and New York: De Gruyter, 2017.
Greta Olson. “On Narrating and Troping the Law: The Conjoined Use of Narrative and Metaphor in Legal Discourse.” Narrative and Metaphor in the Law. Ed. Robert Weisberg and Michael Hanne. Cambridge UP.
Greta Olson. “Feminist Perspectives on Criminal Justice in Popular Culture.” The Oxford Encyclopedia of Crime, Media, and Popular Culture. Ed. Michelle Brown. New York: Oxford UP.
Greta Olson. “Questioning the Ideology of Reliability in Mohsin Hamid’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist: Towards a Critical, Culturalist Narratology.” Narratology and Ideology: Encounters between Narrative Theory and Postcolonial Criticism. Ed. Divya Dwivedi, Henrik Skov Nielsen, and Richard Walsh. Columbus, OH: Ohio State UP.
Greta Olson, Daniel Hartley, Mirjam Horn-Schott, and Leonie Schmidt, eds. Beyond Gender: Futures of Feminist and Sexuality Studies – An Advanced Introduction. Routledge 2017.
Greta Olson and Mirjam Horn-Schott. Introduction: “Beyond Gender: Towards a Decolonialized Queer Feminist Future.” Beyond Gender: Futures of Feminist and Sexuality Studies – An Advanced Introduction. Routledge 2017.
Greta Olson. “Loving Feminism: Negotiating Differences in the Classroom.” Beyond Gender: Futures of Feminist and Sexuality Studies – An Advanced Introduction. Routledge 2017.
Greta Olson. Law’s Pluralities – The Present and Multiple Futures of Law and Literature. Frankfurt am Main: Klostermann in the series Recht als Kultur/Law as Culture, edited by Werner Gephart.
Greta Olson and Sonja Schillings, eds. Special Issue of On_Culture on “Law Undone: De-humanizing, Queering, and Dis-abling the Law – Further Arguments for Law’s Pluralities.”
Greta Olson. “Figuring Human Rights and Troping Law-and-Literature: Li-Young Lee’s Poetic Investigations of Refugeeism and Migration.” Special Issue of Amerikastudien on “American Poetry Imagines the Law.” Ed. Birte Christ and Stefanie Mueller (2017).