Falter, M., Arenas, A. A., Maples, G. W., Smith, C. T., Lamb, L. J., Anderson, M. G., Uzzell, E. M., Jacobs, L. E., Cason, X. L., Griffis, T. A., Polzin, M., & Wafa, N. Z. (2022). Making room for zoom in focus group methods: opportunities and challenges for novice researchers (during and beyond COVID-19). Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 23(1).
Maples, G., Rediger, L., & Small, J. (2021). Privilege as policy? An analysis of student religious accommodation policies in higher education. Journal of College and Character, 22(4).
Maples, G., & Braxton, J. (2020). The promise of norms appraisal for fraternity and sorority life. AFA Essentials, I(11). https://cdn.ymaws.com/www.afa1976.org/resource/collection/CDD060A2-73AE-4E82-9D43-3BCC3B629791/norms.pdf
Rockenbach, A. N., Mayhew, M. J., Giess, M. E., Morin, S. M., Staples, B. A., Correia-Harker, B. P., & Associates [five others, including Maples, G. W.]. (2020). IDEALS: Bridging religious divides through higher education. Interfaith Youth Core.
Snipes, J. T. & Maples, G. W. (2020). Black secular college students : An exploration of margins. In J. T. Snipes & S. Manson (Eds.), Remixed and Reimagined: Innovations in Religion, Spirituality, and (Inter)Faith in Higher Education. Myers Education Press.
Maples, G., Berger, N., Collins, C., & Healey, M. (2019). Student-Athletes: Academics and identity for Black male college students in revenue-generating sports – a literature review. Journal of Student Affairs, 28(1).
Maples, G., Hirschy, A., Braxton, J., & Britt, E. (2019). Behaviors viewed as deplorable by peers:A different approach to programming to curb unacceptable behaviors in fraternities and sororities. Oracle: The Research Journal of the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors, 14(1).
Maples, G. (2019). Stranger under siege: A higher education leadership case study of Kennesaw State University’s Sam Olens. Iris Journal of Scholarship, 1(1).
Maples, G. (2021, January 27). “Spotlight on a religious accommodation policy.” Convergence On Campus. https://convergenceoncampus.org/spotlight-on-a-religious-accommodation-policy/
Maples, G. (2020, September 30). “On student religious accommodations.” Convergence On Campus. https://convergenceoncampus.org/on-student-religious-accommodations/
Maples, G., Singer, K., Rockenbach, A., & Mayhew, M. (2020, September 9). “Study: Atheists say college doesn’t prepare them for a religiously diverse world.” The Friendly Atheist. Retrieved from: https://friendlyatheist.patheos.com/2020/09/09/study-atheists-say-college-doesnt-prepare-them-for-a-religiously-diverse-world/
Maples, G. (2019, November 19). “Circles in ivy: Pagans in higher education.” Convergence On Campus. https://convergenceoncampus.org/circles-in-ivy-pagans-in-higher-education/
Maples, G.. (2019, November 13). “Survey shows how friendships with atheists can defeat the stigma against us.” The Friendly Atheist. Retrieved from: https://friendlyatheist.patheos.com/2019/11/13/survey-shows-that-friendships-with-atheists-can-defeat-the-stigma-against-us/
Maples, G., Singer, K., Rockenbach, A., Hudson, T., & Mayhew, M. (2019, October 21). “Learning to revel in our shared humanity – the effects of friendships across difference.” Religion In Public. Retrieved from: https://religioninpublic.blog/2019/10/21/learning-to-revel-in-our-shared-humanity-the-effects-of-friendships-across-difference/
Maples, G., Singer, K., Rockenbach, A., Hudson, T., & Mayhew, M.(2019, October 18). “National study shows the promise of diverse interfaith friendships on college campuses.” RealClearReligion. Retrieved from: https://www.realclearreligion.org/articles/2019/10/18/national_study_shows_the_promise_of_diverse_interfaith_friendships_on_college_campuses.html
Maples, G. (2019, September 1). [Review of the book Fundamentalist U: Keeping the faith in American higher education, by A. Laats] Convergence Magazine, 2(3), 14-16. Retrieved from: https://convergenceoncampus.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Magazine-Sept-2019.pdf
Maples, G. (2019, May 22). “A reading recommendation.” Convergence On Campus. https://convergenceoncampus.org/2019/05/22/a-reading-recommendation-gordon-maples/
Maples, G. (2019, Feb. 13). “A look back at a Christian privilege seminar.” Convergence On Campus. https://convergenceoncampus.org/2019/02/13/a-look-back-at-a-christian-privilege-seminar-gordon-maples/
Maples, G. (2018, Oct. 24). “Exit the vacuum – Incorporating intersections into interfaith.” Convergence On Campus. https://convergenceoncampus.org/2018/10/24/exit-the-vacuum-incorporating-intersections-into-interfaith-gordon-maples/
Maples, G. (2018, July 25). “Putting plural in pluralism.” Convergence On Campus. https://convergenceoncampus.org/2018/07/25/putting-plural-in-pluralism-gordon-maples/
Maples, G. (2018, May 16). “Hypothetic Al: Engaging atheists in interfaith spaces.” Convergence On Campus. https://convergenceoncampus.org/2018/05/16/hypothetic-al-engaging-atheists-in-interfaith-spaces-gordon-maples/
Maples, G. (2018, March 21). “Public engagement – Separation of church and state, interfaith, and public colleges.” Convergence On Campus. https://convergenceoncampus.org/2018/03/21/public-engagement-gordon-maples/
Maples, G. (2018, Jan. 31). “The taboo of transparency.” Convergence On Campus. https://convergenceoncampus.org/2018/01/31/the-taboo-of-transparency-by-gordon-maples/
Maples, G. & Willis, C. (unpublished). Muddled boundaries: A normative case study on religious accommodations in higher education. https://misantropey.files.wordpress.com/2022/04/normcase-muddled-boundaries-gm-cw.docx.pdf
Maples, G., Stacey, L., & Down, T. (pending publication). Signals of solidarity: Communication in collective action at Kennesaw State University. In A. Lamberti & A. Richards (Eds.), Towards Critical Academic Studies: Tracing the Effects of Conflict, Crisis, and Communication in Higher Education.
Maples, G. (pending publication). Mace, memes, and myopic management: The UC-Davis pepper spray scandal as a crisis communication case study. In A. Lamberti & A. Richards (Eds.), Towards Critical Academic Studies: Tracing the Effects of Conflict, Crisis, and Communication in Higher Education.