Roth, J. "She was now disgrac'd: Doris and the Critique of Law in Elizabeth Cary's Tragedy of Mariam." Women's Writing 19.4 (2012): pp. 487-506.
Cousineau, L. & Roth, J. "Pervasive Patriarchal Leadership Ideology in Seasonal Residential Summer Camp Staff." Leadership 8.4 (2012): pp. 421-440.
Flegel, M. & Roth, J. "Legitimacy, Validity, and Writing for Free: Fan Fiction, Gender, and the Limits of (Unpaid) Creative Labour." Accepted for publication, Journal of Popular Culture (2012).
Roth, J. & Flegel, M. "I'm not a lawyer but...': Fan Disclaimers and Claims against Copyright Law." Revised and resubmitted, Journal of Fandom Studies (2012).
Roth, J. & Chambers, L. "Your girls that you all love are mine already:Dracula, Reverse Colonization and New Women's Degenerate Polygamy." Revised and resubmitted, Law Culture and the Humanities (2012).
Roth, J. & Flegel, M. "'It's like rape': Metaphorical Family Transgressions, Copyright Ownership, and Fandom." Revised and resubmitted, Law and Social Inquiry (2012).
Roth, J. & Chambers, Lori. Critical Introduction. Is it Just? (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010).
Flegel, M., & Roth, J. "Annihilating Love and Heterosexuality without Women: Romance, Generic Difference, and Queer Politics in SupernaturalFan fiction." Transformative Works and Cultures 4 (2010): http://journal.transformativeworks.org/index.php/twc/article/view/133/147.
Roth, J. "Blogging in the Classroom: Technology, Feminist Pedagogy, and Student Empowerment through Participation." Atlantis: A Women's Studies Journal 32.2 (2008): 80-91. Refereed.