Editing of special issues of journals, and other editing projects:
Special issue of the Chaucer Review (vol. 12, nos. 2 and 3, Fall and Winter 1977) in honor of J. Burke Severs [with Albert E. Hartung].
Special issue of Lex et Scientia (vol. 13, January-June 1977) on Ken Kesey’s One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest [with John W. Hunt].
Special issue of American Indian Quarterly (vol. 4, no. 2, May 1978) on Blackfeet Indian novelist James Welsh’s Winter in the Blood.
Editor of Dialog, a faculty-administration newsletter, during my stint as faculty associate to the provost, 1979–81, published in bi-weekly issues for two years.
American Literature in China (Chengdu, P.R.C.: Sichuan University Press, 1989) [proceedings of a Fulbright Symposium at Sichuan University, published in both English and Chinese as a special issue of the Sichuan University Journal of American Studies (no. 6)].
Special issue of The Canadian Journal of Netherlandic Studies (Spring, 1995) on the Middle Dutch play Nu Noch [with Therese Decker].
The Chaucer Review: An Indexed Bibliography of Volumes 1–30 (1966–96), special issue of the The Chaucer Review, 1997, from U of Pennsylvania Press [with Martha A. Kalnin].
Special issue of The Canadian Journal of Netherlandic Studies, vol. 17, No 2 (Fall, 1997) on the Middle Dutch play Boss for Three Days [with Therese Decker].
Special issue of ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews on The Gelded Lady, an Old French Fabliau: New Views and a New Translation, volume 17, no.3, pp. 1–37.
Special issue of American Indian Culture and Research Journal on Teaching Leslie Marmon Silko’s Ceremony [with Denise Low-Weso], volume 28, no. 1 (2004), pp. 1–82.
The Roving Bee by Elizabeth Pope Whately (this is the first edition of this novel since it first came out in 1855), Coffeetown Press, Seattle, WA, 2010.