Forthcoming

  • 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 Decolonized 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. “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).