Publications

BOOK CHAPTERS

Quijano, J. Theory and Practice of Using Digital Texts and Web 2.0 Technologies in the Literature Classroom [Working Title]. In Hetland, T. and Hughes, J. (Forthcoming). Digital Technology in the Literature Classroom: Theory and Practice.

Quijano, J. Morality, Ethics, and Animal Rights in Romantic Poetry and Victorian Thought. In Vyas, M.A. & Patel, Y.L. (June, 2011). Being for the Other: Issues in Animal Rights and Literature.

Quijano, J. Modern Media and Animal Rights: How Training your Dragon and Pokemon Influence Contemporary Animal Ethics. In Vyas, M.A. & Patel, Y.L. (June, 2011). Being for the Other: Issues in Animal Rights and Literature.

Quijano, J. Language-Based Games and Motivation:  Using Games in the ESL Classroom. In Vyas, M.A. & Patel, Y.L. (2009, November). Teaching English as a Second Language: A New Pedagogy for a New Century.New Delhi: Phi Learning.

Quijano, J. Tabletop Role Playing Games. In Andrade, M. (2009, March). Classroom Practices: Language Games. Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages INC.

REFEREED ARTICLES

Quijano, J. (Under Review). Immersion and Player Involvement in Heavy Rain. Eludamos. in http://www.eludamos.org

Quijano, J. (December, 2011). Teaching Values through Games: The Procedural Rhetoric of Missile Command and Jenga.  PRTesolgram 2-2011: 18-20. Print.

Quijano, J. (July, 2011). How Linearity Affects Narrative: The Incomplete Story of Final Fantasy XIII. Eludamos 5(1). in http://www.eludamos.org

Quijano, J. (June, 2010). English Dungeons and Dragons: Tabletop Role Playing Games in the ESL Classroom.  PRTESOLGram, 1-2010.

Quijano, J. (2009, November). Chopin’s Dream as Reality: A Critical Reading of Eternal Sonata. Eludamos 3(2), in http://www.eludamos.org

Quijano, J. (2009, April). The Effects of Using Role Playing Video Games as a Form of New Media Literature in the ESL Classroom. Revista Cayey 88.

Quijano, J. (2008, December). Interactive Narrative in the form of New Media: Defining Role Playing Games.  Pedagogia, 41.

Quijano, J. (2008, September). Using Literary Theory to Read Games: Power, Ideology, and Repression in Atlus’ Growlanser: Heritage of War. Eludamos, 2 (2), in http://www.eludamos.org

Quijano, J. (2008, September). How Tabletop Role Playing Games Affect Student Academic Performance. Revista Paideia, 3 (1), in http://paideia.uprrp.edu/Articulos/Volumen%203%20Num.%201%20(enero%20-%20mayo%202008)/How%20table.html

Quijano, J. (2008, March). Video Game Violence as a Myth. Game Journal, 3 (1), in http://www.gamejournal.org/game_journal_index_2008.php [Journal offline as of November 2008]

Quijano, J. (2008, February). Creating Saturation Research Papers in the ESL Classroom. The Internet TESL Journal, XIV (2), in http://iteslj.org/Techniques/Cruz-SaturationResearch.html

Quijano, J. (2007, December). Collaborative Non-Linear Narrative: Tabletop Role Playing Games in the ESL Classroom. Game Journal, 2 (1), in http://www.gamejournal.org/dec_07_Collaborative_Non_Linear_Narrative.php [Journal offline as of November 2008]

Quijano, J. (2007, March). Video Games and the ESL Classroom. The Internet TESL Journal, XIII (2), in http://iteslj.org/Articles/Quijano-VideoGames.html

Quijano, J. (2006).Video games and the ESL acquisition process. Cuaderno de la Investigación en la Educación. 21, 117-122, in http://cie.uprrp.edu/cuaderno/ediciones/21/07a.html


EDITED ESSAYS

Quijano, J. (October, 2011). Review of Boys’ Love Manga: Essays on the Sexual Ambiguity and Cross Cultural Fandom of the Genre. Journal of Popular Romance Studies, 2.1.  In http://jprstudies.org/2011/12/review-boys-love-manga-essays-on-the-sexual-ambiguity-and-cross-cultural-fandom-of-the-genre/

Quijano, J. (September, 2010). Videogames and Learning: Reflections on X Congreso de Investigación en la Educación held on March 2009. Congreso de Investigación en la Educación – Centro de investigaciones Educativas.  In http://cie.uprrp.edu/congreso/2009/quijano.html

Quijano, J. (May, 2010). The Sub-Human, the Human, and the Human Potential: The Colonized in Shakespeare, Behn, and Conrad. Hamilton Institute, in http://www.hamiltoninstitute.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=231&Itemid=42

Quijano, J. (2009, January). Animation as Comedic Narrative: The Influence of Comedia, Intrigue, and the Absurd in One Piece.  Hamilton Institute, in http://www.hamiltoninstitute.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=163&Itemid=1&show=1#comments

Quijano, J. (2008, October). Darwin’s Theory of Evolution and The Victorian Crisis of Faith: A Critical Reading of Dover Beach.  Hamilton Institute, in  http://www.hamiltoninstitute.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=143&Itemid=1&show=1

Quijano, J. (2008, August). Brute Johnson: A Critical Look at the Life of Dr. Samuel Johnson, L.L.D. Hamilton Institute, in http://www.hamiltoninstitute.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=132&Itemid=42


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