Selected Publications

Francine M. A'ness

Francine M. A'ness

“Sabina Berman,” in Dictionary of Literary Biographies : Latin American Dramatists , (2005) 44-59.

“Resisting Amnesia: Yuyachkani, Performance, and the Postwar Reconstruction of Peru,” Theatre Journal , 56 (2004) 395-414.

“Diálogo con Sabina Berman,” in Sediciosas seducciones: sexo, poder y palabras en el teatro de Sabina Berman , (2004) 43-63.

“Technology, Language and Literacy: The New Pedagogical Challenge,” with C Kramsch and E Lam, in Loss of Communication in the Information Age , (2001) 117-130.

“Authenticity and Authorship in the Computer-Mediated Acquisition of L2 Literacy,” Language Learning and Technology , Special Issue on LiteraciesandTechnologies, 4:2 (September 2000) 117-130.

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Susan Ackerman

When Heroes Love: The Ambiguity of Eros in the Stories of Gilgamesh and David (2005).

Warrior, Dancer, Seductress, Queen: Women in Judges and Biblical Israel (1998).

Under Every Green Tree: Popular Religion in Sixth-Century Judah (1992).

Txetxu Aguado

Txetxu Aguado

"Suso de Toro y una identidad gallega: desde lo local a lo global." Dissidences. Hispanic Journal of Therory and Criticism 6/7 (May 15th, 2010). (Peer reviewed)

"A vueltas con el pasado: disidencias de memoria en la historia." Book Chapter. Estudios culturales y de los medios de Comunicación. Ed. María Pilar Rodríguez. Bilbao, Spain: Publicaciones de la Universidad de Deusto, 2009. 105-21. (Peer reviewed)

"Metapolítica y ética en los tiempos de proliferación de la memoria histórica". Book Chapter. I/C – Revista Científica de Información y Comunicación. Estudios Culturales Iberoamericanos: el Desierto y la Sed I. Editors Fernando Contreras, Antonio Méndez Rubio y Víctor Silva. Sevilla, Spain: Universidad de Sevilla-Secretariado de Publicaciones, 2009. 235-52. (Peer reviewed)

"Volver la vista atrás: escritura y memoria fotográfica." El Adelantado de Indiana: Revista de literatura, arte y pensamiento sobre ciudades pequeñas, clavos ardiendo, cabezas a pájaros y pies de plomo 8 (junio 2008). <www.adelantadodeindiana.co.nr>. (Peer reviewed)

"Las tribulaciones del estado-nación español: un país en busca de una identidad." Re-reading the Hispanic Tradition of National Essayism. Ed. Javier Krauel. Colorado Review of Hispanic Studies 5 (2007): 147-64. (Peer reviewed)

"Poner en tela de juicio nuestras propias convicciones me parece una forma de madurez." Interview with José Ovejero. Quimera 286 (septiembre 2007): 57-62. (Peer reviewed)

"Identidades abiertas: Manuel Rivas y En salvaje compañía." Antípodas: Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 18 (2007): 63-82. (Peer reviewed)

"Viviendo en lo global: una identidad vasca en Bernardo Atxaga." Neophilologus. An International Journal of Modern and Mediaeval Language and Literature 93.1 (2009): 89-101. (Available also online, 2007.) (Peer reviewed)

"Tokio sí nos quiso: memoria y olvido en Ray Loriga." Letras Hispanas: Revista de Literatura y Cultura 4.1 (spring 2007): 71-83. (Peer reviewed)

"El travestismo de la memoria." Edited Special Dossier on Literary Production During Transition to Democracy Period for the journal Quimera. Dossier la literatura de la Transición (Introduction: "Desde los excesos y las ausencias: el recuerdo en la Transición española." 24-25. Essay: "La política de Sísifo: más allá del exceso de memoria." 40-43. Interviews: "Narrativa y memoria. Responden Carme Riera, Javier Cercas y Alfons Cervera." 44-45). Quimera: Revista de literatura 279 (Febrero 2007). (Peer reviewed: both of the coordination and of the individual essays of the dossier)

"Nómadas en tiempos de extranjería: la aproximación poética de Julia Otxoa." Quimera: Revista de literatura 277 (Diciembre 2006): 28-32. (Peer reviewed)

"Beyond the Provincial Literary Canon of the Nation: The Reception of Jorge Semprún's Discordant Voice Within the Spanish Tradition." Interlitteraria 11 (2006): 218-232. (Peer reviewed)

"Contener la desaparición y la ausencia: fotografía y memoria en la narrativa de W. G. Sebald." Quimera: Revista de literatura 274 (Septiembre 2006): 20-25. (Peer reviewed)

"Imán, La ruta y El blocao: Memoria e historia del desastre de Annual." Revista Hispánica Moderna 57 (Junio-diciembre 2004): 99-119. (Peer reviewed)

"Amor, utopía y muerte en Los Amantes del Círculo Polar." Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 30.2 (2006): 249-270. (Peer reviewed)

"Memory, Politics, and The Postnational Subject in Jorge Semprún's L'écriture ou la vie." Hispanic Research Journal 6.3 (October 2005): 237-51. (Peer reviewed)

"Memoria de la resistencia, historia de la esperanza en Manuel Vázquez Montalbán." Idi Ezkerra Fundazioa 26 de noviembre de 2004 (Posted on March 2005): http://www.idiezkerra.org./montalban04.html (Publicaton of my invited lecture. Non-peer reviewed)

"La felicidad posible: Los amantes del Círculo Polar y Lucía y el sexo de Julio Medem." Article in Los hábitos del deseo. Formas de amar en la modernidad. Carme Riera and Meri Torras (eds.). Universidad de Barcelona Press (2005): 63-70. (Selected proceedings and peer reviewed)

"Ni El estrangulador ni el hombre total: Manuel Vázquez Montalbán y la historia de Boston." Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 8 (2004): 1-17. (Peer reviewed)

"Reflexiones desde el Planeta de los simios: utopías de mercado, euromestizaje e imaginarios democráticos." Romance Language Annual XII (2001): 289-294. (Selected proceedings and peer reviewed)

"Máquinas ontológicas y políticas en Juan Goytisolo." Fabrikart (Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea) 1 (2001): 8-21. (Peer reviewed)

"La Historia, la Reconquista y el protonacionalismo en el Poema de Fernán González." Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies 3 (1999): 17-31. (Peer reviewed)

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Denise L. Anthony

Anthony, Denise L., Celeste Campos-Castillo, Christine Horne. Forthcoming/2017. “Toward a Sociology of Privacy.” Annual Review of Sociology, volume 43, 2017 edition. http://www.annualreviews.org/toc/soc/forthcoming

Kuwabara, Ko, Denise L. Anthony, Christine Horne. Forthcoming/2017. “In the Shade of a Forest: Status, Reputation, and Ambiguity in an Online Microcredit Market." Social Science Research. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ssresearch.2016.09.027

Anthony, Denise L. and Timothy Stablein. 2016. “Privacy in Practice: Professional discourse about information control in health care.” Journal of Health Organisations and Management. 30(2):207-226.

Davis, Matthew A., Denise L. Anthony, Scott D. Pauls. 2015. “Seeking and receiving social support on Facebook for surgery.” Social Science and Medicine 131:40 – 47. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0277953615001306#

Anthony, Denise, Timothy Stablein, and Emily K. Carian. 2015. “Big Brother in the Information Age.” IEEE Security & Privacy 13(4):12-19. http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/articleDetails.jsp?arnumber=7180221&filter%3DAND%28p_IS_Number%3A7180218%29

Stablein, Timothy, Joseph Hall, Chauna Pervis and Denise L. Anthony. 2015. “Negotiating Stigma in Health Care: Disclosure and the Role of Electronic Health Records.” Health Sociology Review. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14461242.2015.1078218 

Anthony, Denise, Celeste Campos-Castillo. 2015. “A Looming Digital Divide? Group Differences in the Perceived Importance of Electronic Health Records” Information, Communication, and Society 18(7): 832-846. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1369118X.2015.1006657

Campos-Castillo, Celeste, Denise Anthony. 2014. “The double-edged sword of electronic health records: implications for patient disclosure.” Journal of American Medical Informatics Association. Published Online First: 24 July 2014 http://doi:10.1136/amiajnl-2014-002804

Roberto Hoyle, Robert Templeman, Denise Anthony, David Crandall, and Apu Kapadia. 2015. “Sensitive Lifelogs: A privacy analysis of photos from wearable cameras.” CHI 2015, April 18 - 23, 2015, Seoul, Republic of Korea. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2702123.2702183

Anthony, Denise, Ajit Appari, M. Eric Johnson. 2014. “Institutionalizing HIPAA Compliance: Organizations and Competing Logics in U.S. Healthcare" Journal of Health & Social Behavior. 55(1):108 - 124. http://doi:10.1177/0022146513520431

Roberto Hoyle, Robert Templeman, Steven Armes, Denise Anthony, David Crandall, and Apu Kapadia. 2014. "Privacy Behaviors of Lifeloggers using Wearable Cameras". The ACM International Joint Conference on Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing (UbiComp '14), Seattle, WA, USA, September 13–17, 2014. http://dx.doi.org/10.1145/2632048.263207

David, MA, CS Haney, WB Weeks, BE Sirovich, DL Anthony. 2014. “Did You Hear the One about the Doctor? An Examination of Doctor Jokes Posted on Facebook.” Journal of Medical Internet Research. 16(2):e41 http://doi:10.2196/jmir.2797

Appari, Ajit, M. Eric Johnson, and Denise L Anthony. 2012. “Meaningful Use of EHR Systems and Process Quality of Care: Evidence from a Panel Data Analysis of US Acute-Care Hospitals.” Health Services Research . http://doi:10.1111/j.1475-6773.2012.01448.x

Appari, Ajit, Emily K Carian, M Eric Johnson, Denise L Anthony. 2011. “Medication administration quality and health information technology: a national study of US hospitals.” Journal of American Medical Informatics Association . 19 (3): 360-367. doi:10.1136/amiajnl-2011-000289

Anthony, Denise L, Sean W Smith, Timothy Williamson. 2009.Reputation and Reliability in Collective Goods: The case of the online encyclopedia Wikipedia. Rationality and Society 21(3): 283-306.

Anthony DL, Herndon MB, Gallagher PM, Barnato AE, Gottlieb D, Bynum JPW, Fisher ES, Skinner JS. 2009.How much do patient preferences contribute to resource utilization? Health Affairs 28(3): 864-71.

Fowler, FJ, PM Gallagher, DL Anthony, K Larsen, JS Skinner. 2008.The Relationship between Regional per Capita Medicare Expenditures and Patient Perceptions of Quality of Care. Journal of American Medical Association 299(20):2406-2412

Anthony, Denise, David Kotz, Tristan Henderson. 2007.Privacy in Location Aware Computing Environments. IEEE Pervasive Computing 6(4): 64-72.

Anthony, Denise. 2005. “Cooperation in Micro-Credit Borrowing Groups: Identity, Sanctions and Reciprocity in the Production of Collective Goods,” American Sociological Review 70:496-515.

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Faith E. Beasley

Faith E. Beasley

Book Chapter: "De Grandes cultures se rencontrent: Conversations indiennes à l'époque classique" in French Global: Une nouvelle perspective sur l'histoire littéraire. Eds. Christie McDonald and Susan Suleiman. Paris: Classiques Garnier, 2014.
 

Book Chapter: “Versailles Meets the Taj Mahal” in French Global: A New Approach to French Literary History , eds. C. McDonald and S. Suleiman, (2010).

Book: Options for Teaching Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century French Women Writers, (ed.) (2011)

Book: Salons, History, and the Creation of Seventeenth-Century France: Mastering Memory , (2006)

Book: Approaches to Teaching the Princess of Clèves , co-edited with K A Jensen, (1998).

Book: Revising Memory: Women’s Fiction and Memoirs in Seventeenth-Century France , (1990).

Article: "Versailles Meets the Taj Mahal" in French Global: A New Approach to French Literary History, eds. Christie McDonald and Susan Suleiman, Columbia University Press, 2010.

Article: "Salons and Curiosity: Encounters with India," in Origines: Actes du 39e congrès annuel de la North American Society for Seventeenth-Century French Literature. eds. Thomas Carr and Russell Gamin. Tübingen: Gunter Narr Verlag, 2009: 345-353.

Article: "La Voix des ombres: les femmes et la création du/au XVIIe siècle" in La littérture, le XVIIe siècle et nous: dialogue transatlantique, ed. Hélène Merlin-Kajman. Presse universitaire de la Sorbonne Nouvelle, 2008.

Article: "Salons and Innovation." Options for Teaching Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century French Women Writers, MLA 2011, pp. 64-75.

Article: "Roger Chartier" article for the Columbia History of Twentieth-Century French Thought, ed. Lawrence Kritzman, New York, Columbia University Press, 2005, pp. 480-482.

Article: "Memoirs" article for the Companion to Women's Historical Writing, ed. Mary Spongberg, London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005, pp. 330-339.

Article: "Marguerite Buffet and la sagesse mondaine" in Actes de Virginia, ed. by John Lyons, Tubingen, Gunter Narr: Biblio 17, 2003, pp. 227-235.

Article: "Elèves et collaborateurs: Les Lecteurs mondains de Mme de Villedieu" in Madame de Villedieu romancière: Nouvelles Perspectives de recherche, edited by Edwige Keller, Lyon: Presses Universitaires de Lyon, 2004, pp. 175-198.

Article: "Catherine Bernard", for The Dictionary of Literary Biography: Seventeenth-Century French Writers, Ed. Françoise Jaouên, New York: Bruccoli Clark Layman, 2003, pp. 39-43.

Article: "Altering the fabric of history: Women's participation in the classical age," Chapter on Seventeenth-Century France for A History of Women's Writing in France from the Middle Ages to the Present, ed. Sonya Stephens, Cambridge University Press, 2000, pp. 64-83.

Article: "The Voices of Shadows: Lafayette's Zayde" in Going Public: Women and Publishing in Early Modern France, eds. Elizabeth Goldsmith and Dena Goodman, Cornell University Press, 1995, pp. 146-160.

Article: "Un Mariage Critique: Zayde et De L'Origine des Romans," XVIIième Siècle, octobre-décembre 1993, no. 181, no. 4, pp. 687-704.

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Renee Bergland

“A Damned Mob of Corinnes: Nathaniel Hawthorne and the Daughters of DeStaël.”  Nathaniel Hawthorne Review, forthcoming 2016.

“Women’s Novels and the Gendering of Genius.” Oxford History of the Novel in English, Vol. 5, The American Novel to 1870. Eds J. Gerald Kennedy and Leland S. Person (New York: Oxford University Press 2014) 449-46

The National Uncanny: Indian Ghosts and American Subjects. University Press of New England, 2000.

Philosophies of Sex: Critical Essays on Julia Ward Howe’s Hermaphrodite. Edited with Gary Williams (Columbus: Ohio State University Press 2012).

Maria Mitchell and the Sexing of Science: An Astronomer Among the American Romantics (Boston: Beacon Press, 2008).

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Rebecca E. Biron

Rebecca Elizabeth Biron

Elena Garro and Mexico's Modern Dreams. Bucknell University Press, 2013

City/Art: The Urban Scene in Latin America, editor. Duke University Press, 2009.

Murder and Masculinity: Violent Fictions of 20th Century Latin America. Vanderbilt University Press, 2000

2015 “Holographic Buenos Aires: Urban Memory and New Technologies of Envisioning” Technology, Literature, and Digital Culture in Latin America: Mediatized Sensibilities in a Globalized Era. Eds. Matthew Bush and Tania Gentic. Forthcoming, Routledge

2013 “Writing Cities.” Revista hispánica moderna 66.1 (June): 89-97.

2013 “Pasajes de la (in)seguridad: circuitos del miedo en la Ciudad de México.” Utopías urbanas: Geopolíticas del deseo en América Latina. Ed.Gisela Heffes. Frankfurt/Madrid: Editorial Iberoamericana, Vervuert Verlag: 87-111.

2012 “It’s a Living: Hit Men in the Mexican Narco War.” PMLA 127.4 (October): 820-834.

2012 “El abecedario urbano: entre la semiótica y la filología en la Ciudad de México.” Revista hispánica moderna 65.2 (December): 153-164.

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Colleen Glenney Boggs

Animalia Americana: Animal Representations and Biopolitical Subjectivity , Columbia University Press, January 2013.

Transnationalism and American Literature: Literary Translation 1773-1892 . New York and London: Routledge, 2007; paperback 2009.

(ed.) Teaching the Literatures of the American Civil War. New York: Modern Language Association, 2016.

Series Editor with Andrew Taylor, Laura Doyle; Edinburgh Studies In Transatlantic Literature

"Public Reading and the Civil War Draft Lottery.” American Periodicals. 26 (2), Fall 2016: 149-166.

“The Civil War’s ‘Empty Sleeve’ and the Cultural Production of Disabled Americans.” J 19: TheJournal of Nineteenth Century Americanists. 3 (1): Spring 2015. 41-65.

“Animals and the Formation of Liberal Subjectivity in Nineteenth Century American Literature.” Oxford Handbook of Nineteenth-Century American Literature . Ed. Russ Castronovo. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012, 197-216.

“Transatlantic Romanticism.” Transatlantic Literary Studies, 1680-1830: An Introduction . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012: 219-237.

“American Bestiality: Sex, Animals and the Construction of Subjectivity.” Cultural Critique 76 (3), Fall 2010: 98-125.

“Emily Dickinson’s Animal Pedagogies.” PMLA 124 (2), March 2009, 533-541.

“Introduction: (Un)Gendering the Transatlantic.” Symbiosis 13 (2), special issue edited by Colleen Glenney Boggs, October, 2009, 93-99.

“Translation in the United States.” Oxford History of Literary Translation in English : Volume 4: 1790-1900 (5 vols). Oxford and London: Oxford University Press, 2006:20-33.

“Margaret Fuller’s American Translation.” American Literature 76 (1), March 2004: 31-58.

“Specimens of Translation in Walt Whitman’s Poetry.” Arizona Quarterly 58 (3), Autumn 2002: 33-56.

Opinion Pieces in The New York Times, The Guardian, PBS Need to Know, Huffington Post.

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Lynda E. Boose

Lynda E. Boose

Shakespeare, the Movie: Popularizing the Plays on Film, TV, and Video , edited with R Burt, (reprinted in Korean, 2002, in English and Japanese, 2005).

“Let it be Hid: The Pornographic Aesthetic of Shakespeare’s Othello ,” in Women, Violence, and English Renaissance Literature , L Woodbridge and S Beehler (eds.), (2003).

“Crossing the River Drina: Bosnian Rape Camps and Serb Cultural Memory” in SIGNS , M Hirsch and V Smith (eds.), (2002).

“The 1599 Bishop’s Ban and Renaissance Pornography” in Enclosure Acts in Early Modern England , R Burt and R Archer (eds.), (1994).

“Scolding Brides and Bridling Scolds: Taming the Women’s Unruly Member,” *Shakespeare Quarterly, 42 (1991) 179-213.

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Susan J. Brison

"Justice and Gender-Based Violence," Revue Internationale de Philosophie 67 (March 2013), pp. 260-276.

“‘The Price We Pay?’ Pornography and Harm,” in Contemporary Debates in Applied Ethics, Second Edition, A. I. Cohen and C. H. Wellman (eds.), (2013), pp. 319-332.

"On Empathy as a Necessary, but Not Sufficient Foundation for Justice (A Response to Slote)," in Amalia Amaya and Ho Hock Lai, eds., Law, Virtue and Justice (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2013), pp. 303-309.

"Everyday Atrocities and Ordinary Miracles: Or Why I (Still) Bear Witness to Sexual Violence (But Not Too Often)," WSQ: Women's Studies Quarterly 36: 1 & 2 (Spring/Summer 2008), pp. 188-198.

Aftermath: Violence and the Remaking of a Self (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, January 2002; paperback December 2003; e-book 2011).

French translation: Après le viol (Paris: Editions Chambon, 2003).

German translation: Vergewaltigt: Ich und die Zeit danach (Munich: C.H. Beck Verlag, 2004).

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Deborah Jordan Brooks

"He Runs, She Runs: Why Gender Stereotypes Do Not Harm Women Candidates," Princeton University Press, 2013. Winner of the 2014 Victoria Schuck Award from the American Political Science Association for the best book published on women and politics and the 2014 David O. Sears Book from the International Society of Political Psychology for the best book published in the field of the political psychology of mass politics. 

“Assessing Accountability in a Post-Citizens United Era: The Effects of Attack Ad Sponsorship by Unknown Independent Groups,” American Politics Research, May 2012, 40: 383-418, with Michael Murov.

"Testing the Double Standard for Candidate Emotionality: Voter Reactions to the Tears and Anger of Male and Female Politicians," The Journal of Politics, April 2011, Vol. 73(2): 597-615.

"A War of One's Own: Understanding the Gender Gap in Support for War," Public Opinion Quarterly, June 2011, Vol. 75(2): 270-286, with Ben Valentino.

"A Negativity Gap? Voter Gender and Attack Politics in American Elections," Politics and Gender, September 2010, Vol. 6(3): 319-341.

"Beyond Negativity: The Effects of Incivility on Voters," American Journal of Political Science, January 2007, Vol 51(1):1-16, with John Geer.

"The Resilient Voter: Moving Toward Closure in the Debate over Negative Campaigning and Turnout," The Journal of Politics, August 2006, Vol 68(3): 684-696. PDF

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Leslie Butler

Critical Americans: Victorian Intellectuals and Transatlantic Liberal Reform , (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2007).

“‘Encountering the Smashing Projectile’: William James on John Stuart Mill and the Woman Question,” in Martin Halliwell and Joel Rasmussen, editors, William James and the Transatlantic Conversation: Pragmatism, Pluralism, and the Philosophy of Religion (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014).

“Victorianism,” in Joan Shelley Rubin and Scott E. Casper, eds., Encyclopedia of American Cultural and Intellectual History, Oxford University Press, 2013.

“From the History of Ideas to Ideas in History,” Modern Intellectual History 9.1 (2012), 157-169.

David Armitage, Thomas Bender, Leslie Butler, Don H. Doyle, Susan-Mary Grant, Charles S. Maier, Jörg Nagler, Paul Quigley, and Jay Sexton, “Nationalism and Internationalism during the Civil War Era: An Interchange,” Journal of American History 98.2 (2011), 455-489

“Historicizing American Travel, at Home and Abroad,” Modern Intellectual History (April 2011), 1-15.

“Reconstructions in Intellectual and Cultural Life,” in Reconstructions: New Perspectives on the Postbellum United States, T. Brown (ed.) (2006).

“Liberal Victorians and Foreign Policy in the Age of Empire,” in The Problem of Evil: Race, Slavery, and the Ambiguities of Reform, S. Mintz (ed.) (2006).

“Investigating the ‘Great American Mystery’: Theory and Style in Henry Adams’ Political Reform Moment,” in Henry Adams and the Need to Know, W. Decker (ed.), (2005) 80-103.

“Reading the Readers who Remake the (Poetry) Texts,” Reviews in American History 36 (4) 2008: 602-609.

 

“Dead Presidents and American Reform,” Reviews in American History , 32 (September 2004) 399-406.

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Nancy L. Canepa

Nancy L. Canepa

"What It Takes to Win in the Fairy Tale: Trickster Heroes in 'The Boy Steals the Ogre's Treasure.'" In Cambridge Companion to the Fairy Tale.  Ed. Maria Tatar.  New York: Cambridge UP, forthcoming.

                                                                     

“The Translation of Enchantment.” In Marvelous Transformations: An Anthology of Tales and New Critical Perspectives. Ed. Jennifer Schacker and Christine A. Jones. Peterborough, ON: Broadview Press, 2013.

"The Everyday Marvelous of G.B. Basile's Neapolitan Fairy Tales." The Folklore Historian 30 (2013).

"Literature in Naples, 1500-1800." In The Companion Guide to Early Modern Naples. Ed. Tommaso Astarita.  Leiden: Brill, 2013.

"Little Heroes, Epic Transformations: Giulio Cesare Cortese's Neapolitan Mock Heroic." California Italian Studies 3.1 (2012).

Giambattista Basile, The Tale of Tales or Entertainment of Little Ones. (Translation, introduction, and notes.) Detroit: Wayne State UP, 2007.

From Court to Forest: Giambattista Basile's "Lo cunto de li cunti" and the Birth of the Literary Fairy Tale. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 1999. Winner of Marraro and Scaglione Prize in Italian Studies (MLA) and Choice Outstanding Academic Title Award (ALA).

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Michelle T. Clarke

 

 

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Mary K. Coffey

Modern Art in Africa, Asia, and Latin America: An Introduction to Global Modernisms, ed. Elaine O'Brien, Everlyn Nicodemus, Melissa Chiu, Benjamin Genocchio, Mary K. Coffey, and Roberto Tejada (Wiley-Blackwell, 2013).

"Coffey: Droning on About the Facts," The Dartmouth, Op-Ed, Thursday, October 3, 2013.

How a Revolutionary Art Became Official Culture: Murals, Museums, and the Mexican State" (Duke University Press, 2012). Winner of College Art Association’s Charles Rufus Morey Award for a Distinguished Book in Art History in 2012.

"'All Mexico on a Wall': Diego Rivera's Murals at the Ministry of Public Education," in Mexican Muralism, A Critical History, ed. Alejandro Anreus, Leonard Folgarait, Robin Adele Greeley (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2012).

"An 'AMERICAN Idea': Myth, Indigeneity, and Violence in the Work of Orozco and Pollock," in Men of Fire: José Clemente Orozco and Jackson Pollock (Hanover, N.H.: Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College; Habover, NH: University Press of New England, 2012), 21-36.

"The 'Hovey Mural' and the 'Greening' of Orozco's Epic of American Civilization" in Walter Beach Humphrey's 'Hovey Mural' at Dartmouth College: A Cultural History, ed. Brian P. Kennedy and Katherine Hart (Hanover, N.H.: Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College; Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 2011),  79-106.

"Banking on Folk Art: Banamex-Citigroup and Transnational Cultural Citizenship," Bulletin of Latin American Research 29, no. 3 (July 2010): 296-312.

"A Mural Imperative," The Dartmouth, Op-Ed, Thursday, November 11, 2010.

“’I’m Not the Fourth Great One’: Rufino Tamayo and Mexican Muralism,” in Tamayo: A Modern Icon Reinterpreted , D du Pont (ed.), (2007) 247-267.

“‘We Other Romantics’: Wenda Gu, Dartmouth, and the Investment in Art’s Transcendence,” Dartmouth Free Press, 8.4 (2007).

“Toward an Industrial Golden Age? Orozco’s The Epic of American Civilization,” in Orozco at Dartmouth: The Epic of American Civilization, (2007) 12-15.

“Of Bodies and Embodiment: Fred Wilson’s So Much Trouble in the World, Believe it or Not!,” in So Much Trouble in the World-Believe it or Not!, B Thompson (ed.), (2006) 44-57.

“The American Adonis: A Natural History of the Average American Man, 1921-1932,” in Popular Eugenics: American Mass Culture in the 1930s, ed. Sue Currell and Christina Cogdell (Athens: Ohio University Press, 2006).

“Angels and Prostitutes: José Clemente Orozco's Catharsis and the Politics of Female Allegory in 1930s Mexico,” CR: The New Centennial Review 4, no. 2 (2004): 1-33. http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/new_centennial_review/v004/4.2coffey.html

Co-authored with Jeremy Packer, “Hogging the Road: Cultural Governance and the Citizen Cyclist,” Cultural Studies 18, no. 5 (July 2004): 641-674. http://www.informaworld.com/smpp/content~content=a738563333~db=all~order=page

"Histories that Haunt: A Conversation with Ann Hamilton," Art Journal 60, no. 3 (Fall 2001): 10-23.

Podcast on the Orozco mural http://hoodmuseum.dartmouth.edu/collections/overview/americas/mesoamerica/murals/tour.html

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Ada Cohen

Ada Cohen

“What Is Art History?” in Daniel Rockmore, ed., What Are the Arts and Sciences? [A Guide for the Curious]  (Hanover: University Press of New England, 2017), 27-45

Inside an Ancient Assyrian Palace: Looking at Austen Henry Layard's Reconstruction (University Press of New England and Hood Museum of Art, 2017) with Steven Kangas

“Picturing Greek Families,” in B. Rawson, ed., A Companion to Families in the Greek and Roman Worlds (Malden, Mass.: Wiley-Blackwell, 2011), 465-87

Art in the Era of Alexander the Great: Paradigms of Manhood and Their Cultural Traditions (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010; Paperback 2014)

Assyrian Reliefs from the Palace of Ashurnasirpal II: A Cultural Biography  (Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 2010), ed. with S. E. Kangas

“‘Mistress’ Bronzes from the Classical World,” in A. Brauer, ed., Teaching with Objects: The Curatorial Legacy of David Gordon Mitten (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Art Museums, 2010), 76-91

"The Self as Other: Performing Humor in Ancient Greek Art," in Cultural Identity in the Ancient Mediterranean, E. S. Gruen (ed.), (2011) 465-90.

"Mythic Landscapes of Greece," in R. Woodard, ed., Cambridge Companion to Greek Mythology (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008), 305-30

"Gendering the Age Gap: Boys, Girls, and Abduction in Ancient Greek Art,” in A. Cohen and J. B. Rutter eds., Constructions of Childhood in Ancient Greece and Italy (Hesperia Supplement 41, Princeton: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 2007), 257-78

Constructions of Childhood in Ancient Greece and Italy (Hesperia Supplement 41, Princeton: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 2007), ed. with J. B. Rutter

"Introduction: Childhood between Past and Present," in A. Cohen and J. B. Rutter eds., Constructions of Childhood in Ancient Greece and Italy (Hesperia Supplement 41, Princeton: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 2007), 1-22

“Landscape and Figure in Ancient Greek Art" (in Greek) in P. Doukellis, ed., The Greek Landscape (Athens: HESTIA, 2005), 105-129

"Art, Myth, and Travel in the Hellenistic World," in S. E. Alcock, J. Cherry, and J. Elsner, eds., Pausanias: Travel and Memory in Roman Greece (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2001), 93-126

The Alexander Mosaic: Stories of Victory and Defeat (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997; Paperback 2000)

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Ayo A. Coly

The Pull of Postcolonial Nationhood: Gender, Migration, and the Claims of Postcolonial Nationhood in Francophone African Literatures. (Lexington Books, 2010)

Homophobic Africa?, editor; special issue of African Studies Review, special issue 56.2 (2013)

 

“Carmen Goes Postcolonial, Carmen Goes Queer: Thinking the Postcolonial as Queer.” Culture, Theory and Critique. 2015

 

“Un/Clothing African Womanhood: Colonial Statements and Postcolonial Discourses of the African Female Body." The Journal of Contemporary African Studies 33.1 (2015): 12-26. 

"Afropean Masculinities as Bricolage.” Francophone Afropean Literatures. Eds Nicki Hitchcott and Dominic Thomas. Liverpool: University of Liverpool Press, 2014. 155-170.

"Homophobic Africa?” African Studies Review 56.2 (2013): 21-32.

“A Pedagogy of the Black Female Body: Angèle Essamba's Black Female Nudes.” Third Text 24.6 (2010): 653-664.

 “Housing and Homing the Black Female Body in France: Calixthe Beyala and the Legacy of Sarah Baartman and Josephine Baker.” Black Womanhood: Icons, Images and Ideologies of the African Body. University of Washington Press, 2008.  259-278.

The Cultures and Letters of the Black Diaspora, editor with Ivy G. Wilson; special issue of Callaoo 30.2 (2007)

 “Black is the Color of the Cosmos or Callaloo and The Cultures of the Diaspora Now,”  with Ivy G. Wilson;  Callaloo 30.2 (2007): 415-419

“Male Wives, Female Husbands: Immigration, Gender and Home.” Canadian Review of Comparative Literature 32.3-4 (2005): 325-342.

“Court Poet and Wild Child: Two Readings of Calixthe Beyala’s Les Honneurs perdus Nottingham French Studies 43.3 (2004): 15-27.

“Neither Here Nor There: Calixthe Beyala’s Collapsing Homes.” Research in African Literatures 33.2 (2002): 34-45.

 

 “Autobiography or Autojustification: Re-reading Bugul’s Le baobab fou.” The Literary Griot 11.2 (1999): 56-69.

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Sienna Radha Craig

2017. Barriers to Tuberculosis Care Delivery among Miners and their Families in South Africa: An Ethnographic Study. LV. Adams, S.W. Grande, S.R. Craig, M.T. Partridge, N. Panth, V. Trump-Redd, M. Phalaste, A. Singo, K. Ntshekang, P. Osewe, A.G. Mulley. International Journal of Tuberculosis and Lung Disease 21(5): 571-578.

2017. What is Anthropology? In What is …? In D. Rockmore, ed. A guided Tour of the Great Ideas of the Liberal Arts. Lebanon, NH: University of New England Press.

2016. Adams, V., S. Craig, A. Samen, S. Bhatta,. It Takes More than a Village: The Network of Safety in Mountain Communities. Maternal Child Health, special issue on mountain communities. DOI 10.1007/s10995-016-1993-1

2016. Naming and Forgetting: Sowa Rigpa and the Recognition of Asian Medical Systems. S.R. Craig and B. Gerke. MedicineAnthropologyTheory. URL: http://www.medanthrotheory.org/read/6701/naming-and-forgetting.

2016. Craig, S., C.M. Beall, G. Childs. Closing the Womb Door: Contraception Use and the Fertility Transition among Three Generations of Buddhist Women in Highland Nepal. Accepted, Maternal Child Health, special issue on mountain communities. DOI 10.1007/s10995-016-2017-x.

2015. (Co)Producing Efficacious Medicines: Collaborative Event Ethnography with Himalayan and Tibetan Sowa Rigpa Practitioners. C. Blaikie, S. Craig, B. Gerke, and T. Hofer. Current Anthropology 56(2): 178-204

2015. Alternative Accounting in Maternal and Infant Global Health. V. Adams, S. Craig, A. Samen. Global Public Health. DOI: 10.1080/17441692.2015.1021364 

 2014. Depopulation on a Himalayan Scale: Educational and Monastic Child Migration from Ethnically Tibetan Valleys in Nepal. G. Childs, S. Craig, C. Beall, B. Basnyet. Mountain Research and Development 34(2): 85-94.

2014. Tibetan Medicine in the World: Local Scenes, Global Transformations. In T. Hofer, ed. Bodies in Balance: The Art of Tibetan Medicine. Seattle: University of Washington Press, pp. 110-125.

2013. The Many Faces of a Teacher: Portrait of a Himalayan Healer. In L. Pordié and E. Simon, eds. Les neuveau guérisseurs comtemporains. Le néo-traditionalisme thérapeutique en biographies. Paris: Editions de l’EHESS.

2013. Children’s Medicines in Tanzania: A National Survey of Administration Practices and Preferences. L.V. Adams, S. Craig, E.J. Mmbaga, H. Naburi, T. Lahey, C. Nutt, R. Kisenge, G.J. Noel, S.P. Spielberg. PLoS One. Online open access: http://www.plosone.org/article/info:doi/10.1371/journal.pone.0058303. 

2012. Healing Elements: Efficacy and the Social Ecologies of Tibetan Medicine. Berkeley: University of California Press.

2011. Migration, Social Change, Health, and the Realm of the Possible: Women’s Stories from Nepal to New York. Anthropology and Humanism 36(2):193-214.

2011. “Good” Manufacturing by Whose Standards? Remaking Quality, Safety, and Value in the Production of Tibetan Pharmaceuticals. Anthropological Quarterly 84(2): 331-378.

2010 [2011].  “Not found in Tibetan Societies”: Culture, Childbirth, and a Politics of Life on the Roof of the World. Himalaya 30(1):46-60.

2010 Medicine Between Science and Religion: Explorations on Tibetan Grounds. V. Adams, M. Schrempf, and S. Craig eds. London and New York: Berghahn Books.

2010. Taking the MINI to Mustang, Nepal: Methodological and Epistemological Translations of Illness Narrative Interviews. S. Craig, L. Chase, and T.N. Lama. Anthropology and Medicine 17(1): 1-26.

2009. Pregnancy and Childbirth in Tibet: Knowledge, Perspectives, and Practices. In H. Selin, ed. Childbirth Across Cultures, New York: Springer, Pp. 145-160.

2008. Horses Like Lightning: A Story of Passage through the Himalayas . Boston, MA: Wisdom Publications.

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Margaret H. Darrow

Margaret H. Darrow

Making Sister Julie: The Origins of World War I French Nursing Heroines in Franco-Prussian War Stories in Alison Fell and Christine Hallett, eds., First World War Nursing: Visions and Revisions , forthcoming from Routledge.

“In the Land of Joan of Arc: The Civic Education of Girls and the Prospect of War in France, 1871-1914,” French Historical Studies , D Bell and M Hanna (eds.), 31:2 (2008).

French Women and the First World War: War Stories of the Home Front , (2000).

“French Volunteer Nursing and the Myth of War Experience in World War I,” American Historical Review , 101:1 (February 1996) 80-106.

Revolution in the House: Family, Class and Inheritance in Southern France, 1775-1825 , (1989).

“French Noblewomen and the New Domesticity, 1750-1850,” Feminist Studies , V:1 (Spring 1979) 41-65.

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Mary R. Desjardins

Mary R. Desjardins

Recycled Stars:  Female Film Stardom in the Age of Television and Video (Duke University Press, 2015).

Father Knows Best (Wayne State University Press, 2015)

Dietrich Icon, co-edited with Gerd Gemunden (Duke University Press, 2007).

"Classical Hollywood (1928-1946)," Chapter Two of Costume, Make-up and Hair, edited by Adrienne L. McLean for Behind the Silver Screen Series (Rutgers University Press, 2016).

"Editors' Introduction:  Reconsidering Gender, Genre, and Race in Broadcast Radio and Television," (co-written and co-edited with Mary Beth Haralovich) Special Issue of Journal of e-Media Studies 4:1 (Summer 2015)

"Performance, Labor, and Stardom in the Era of the Synthespian," Production Studies, the Sequel! Cultural Studies of Global Media Industries, edited by Miranda Banks et al (Routledge, 2015).

"'Fan Magazine Trouble':  The AMPP, Studio Publicity Directors and the Hollywood Press, 1945-1952," Film History 26:3 (2014).

"'As Told by Helen Ferguson':  Hollywood Publicity, Gender, and the Public Sphere," When Private Talk Goes Public:  Gossip in American History," edited by Kathleen Feeley and Jennifer Frost (Palgrave MacMillan, 2014).

"Fading Stars and the Ruined Commodity Form:  Star Discourses of Loss in Early Fan Magazines," Researching Women in Silent Cinema:  New Findings and Perspectives, edited by Monica Dall'Asta, Victoria Duckett, and Lucia Tralli (e-book, University of Bologna and University of Melbourne, Women and Screen Cultures, 2013).

"'The Elegance. . .is Almost Overwhelming':  Glamour and Discursive Struggles over Female Stardom in Early Television," Television:  le moment experimental, edited by Gilles Delavaud and Denis Marachal (Editions Apogee, 2011).

"'Not of Hollywood':  Constance Bennett, Kay Francis, Ruth Chatterton, Ann Harding, Nancy Carroll," Glamour in a Golden Age:  Movie Stars of the 1930s, edited by Adrienne L. McLean (Rutgers University Press, 2011).

"A Method to this Madness?  The Myth of the Mad Silent Film Star," Not So Silent:  Women in Cinema Before Sound, edited by Sofia Bull and Astrid Soderberg Widding (Stockholm University Press, 2010).

"An Appetite for Living:  Clara Bow, Gloria Swanson, Colleen Moore, and the New Woman of the 1920s," Idols of Modernity:  Film Stars of the 1920s, edited by Patrice Petro (Rutgers University Press, 2010).

"Ephemeral Culture/eBay Culture:  Film Collectibles and Fan Investments," Everyday eBay:  Culture, Collecting, and Desire, edited by Ken Hillis et al (Routledge University Press, 2006).

"The Objects of Our Affection:  Material Practices, Material Culture," Vectors (e-journal, 2006).

"The Incredible Shrinking Star:  Todd Haynes and the Case of Karen Carpenter," Camera Obscura 57 19:3 (December 2004).

"Systematizing Scandal:  Confidential Magazine, Stardom, and the State of California," Headline Hollywood:  A Century of Film Scandal, edited by Adrienne L. McLean and David Cook (Rutgers University Press, 2001).

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Mona Domosh

"Practising Development at Home: Race, Gender, and the 'Development' of the American South," Antipode, 2015, DOI:10.1111/anti.12138 

Remembering the Making of Gender, Place and Culture, Gender, Place and Culture: A Journal of Feminist Geography, Vol. 21, no. 9, 2014, With Liz Bondi. DOI:10.1080/0966369X.2014.955464

Commentary on "The Lives of Others: Body Work, the Production of Difference, and Labor Geographies. Economic Geography, 10 Nov 2014, DOI: 10.1111/ecge.12071

"Geoeconomic Imaginations and Economic Geography in the early 20th Century," Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol. 103, No. 4, 2013, pp. 944-966.

"American Capitalist Experiments in Revolutionary-era Russia," Journal of Historical Geography, Vol. 39, 2013, pp. 43-53.

"The World was Never Flat: Early Global Encounters and the Messiness of Empire," Progress in Human Geography, Vol. 34, No. 4, 2010, pp. 419-435.

"Uncovering the Friction of Globalization: American Commercial Embeddedness and Landscape in Revolutionary-era Russia," Annals of the Association of American Geographers, Vol. 100, No. 2, 2010, pp. 427-443.

"Labor Geographies in a Time of Early Globalization: Strikes Against Singer in Scotland and Russia in the Early 20th Century," Geoforum, Vol. 39, No. 5, 2008, pp. 1676-1686, 2008.

"Consumption and Landscape." In The New Companion to Cultural Geography, edited by Nuala Johnson, Richard Schein and Jamie Winders. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, 2013, pp. 198-209.

"Toward a Gendered Historical Geography of North America." In North American Odyssey, edited by Geoffrey Buckley and Craig Colten. Rowman and Littlefield, 2014, pp. 291-308.

American Commodities in an Age of Empire, 2008, New York: Routledge.

Putting Women in Place: Feminist Geographers Make Sense of the World. New York: Guilford Publications, June 2001. Co-authored with Joni Seager.

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Laura Edmondson

Forged in Fire by Okello Kelo Sam, Laura Edmondson, and Robert Ajwang.  Voorhees Theatre in Brooklyn, NY. 2015.

“Uganda Is Too Sexy: Reflections on Kony 2012.” TDR 56.3 (Fall 2012). 10-17.

Forged in Fire (play). By Okello Kelo Sam, Laura Edmondson, and Robert Ajwang. Excerpted in Refugee Performance: Practical Encounters. Ed. Michael Balfour. Bristol, UK and Chicago: Intellect Books and the University of Chicago Press, 2012. 61-66.

Eat Like a Bird (play). In Cultural Conversations: Works in Progress, Writers in the Making, ed. Susan B. Russell (Lemont, PA: Eifrig Publishing, 2011), 91-132. 

"Confessions of a Failed Theatre Activist: Intercultural Encounters in Uganda and Rwanda." In Avant-Garde Performance and Material Exchange: Vectors of the Radical, edited by Mike Sell.  Houndmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. 41-59.

“Genocide Unbound: Erik Ehn, Rwanda, and an Aesthetics of Discomfort,” Theatre Journal, 61:1 (March 2009): 65-83.

Review essay: "Performing Africa."  African Affairs 109 (2009): 151-160.

“The Poetics of Displacement and the Politics of Genocide in Three Plays about Rwanda,” in Violence Performed: Local Roots and Global Routes of Conflict, edited by Patrick Anderson and Jisha Menon.  Houndmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.  54-78.

Performance and Politics in Tanzania: The Nation on Stage, Indiana University Press, 2007.

“Of Sugarcoating and Hope,” TDR, 51:2 (May 2007): 7-10.

“Marketing Trauma and the Theatre of War in Northern Uganda,” Theatre Journal, 57:3 (2005): 451-474.

“Love in the Time of Dissertations: An Ethnographic Tale,” with R O Ajwang, Qualitative Inquiry, 9:3 (June 2003): 466-480.

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Veronika Fuechtner

Imagining Germany Imagining Asia: Essays in Asian-German Studies, co-edited with Mary Rhiel, with essays by the editors and Sai Bhatawadekar, Petra Fachinger, Randall Halle, David Kim, Hoi-eun Kim, Perry Myers, Kamakshi Murti, Qinna Shen, Quinn Slobodian, and Chunjie Zhang (Rochester: Camden House, October 2013).

Berlin Psychoanalytic: Psychoanalysis and Culture in Weimar Republic Germany and Beyond (University of California Press, 2011).

“Die erträumte Stadt in G.W. Pabsts Geheimnisse einer Seele.” In Metropolenzauber – Sexuelle Moderne und Urbaner Wahn, edited by Gabriele Dietze and Dorothea Dornhof, 345-366, Böhlau: Köln, 2014.

“Indians, Jews and Sex: Magnus Hirschfeld and Indian Sexology.” In Imagining Germany Imagining Asia: Essays in Asian-German Studies, edited by Veronika Fuechtner and Mary Rhiel, 111-130. Rochester: Camden House, 2013.

“Moses in Palästina: Heine, Freud, Zweig.” In Heinrich Heine und Sigmund Freud, edited by Sigrid Weigel, 165-184. Berlin: Kadmos Verlag, 2010.

“The International Project of National(ist) Film: Franz Osten in India.” In The Many Faces of Weimar German Cinema, edited by Christian Rogowski, 167-181. Rochester: Camden House, 2010.

“From ultradoitsh to siegfriedisch: The Problem of a Multicultural Literature in Zé do Rock’s Orthographies.” In Gegenwartsliteratur. Interpretationen. Kritiken. Interventionen, edited by Marc Rectanus, 193-208, Bielefeld: Aisthesis Verlag, 2008.

“Arzt und Dichter: Alfred Döblin’s medical, psychiatric and psychoanalytical work.” In Camden House Companion to Alfred Döblin, edited by Roland Dollinger and Wulf Köpke, 111-139. Rochester: Camden House, 2004.

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Garrison, Alysia

Alysia Garrison

“Agamben’s Grammar of the Secret Under the Sign of the Law,” Law and Critique 20.3 (2009): 281-297. 

“Faintly Struggling Things: Inscrutable Life in Beckett’s The Unnamable.” Samuel Beckett: History, Memory, Archive. Ed. Séan Kennedy and Katherine Weiss. New York: Palgrave, 2009. 89-111.

“‘Disdaining Bounds of Place and Time’: John Clare’s Nomadic Poetics.” Blackwell Literature Compass 3.3 (2006): 376-387.

“Hegel,” “Kojève,” “History,” “Common,” and “Derrida,” The Agamben Dictionary. Ed. Alex Murray and Jessica Whyte. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2011.

"James Williams," The Dictionary of Caribbean and Afro-Latin American Biography. Ed. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Franklin W. Knight. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016.

"Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel," Agamben's Philosophical Lineage.  Ed. Adam Kotsko and Carlo Salzani.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming 2017.

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Christian P. Haines

“Notes for a Natural History of the State of Exception, or, Exhaustion and Endurance in Russell Banks’s Continental Drift ” (Forthcoming, 2017). Arizona Quarterly, Special Issue: “Biopolitics and American Literature.” Word Count: 13,392.

“The Impersonal is Political: Adrienne Rich’s The Dream of a Common Language, Feminism, and the Art of Biopolitics.” Cultural Critique 96. Special Issue: “What Comes After the Subject?” (Spring 2017).

“Life After the Subject” (with Sean Grattan). Introduction to Cultural Critique 96. Special Issue: “What Comes After the Subject?” (Spring 2017).

“A Lyric Intensity of Thought: On the Potentiality and Limits of Giorgio Agamben’s 'Homo Sacer' Project.” Boundary 2 Online. August 29, 2016. Word Count: 14,869. https://www.boundary2.org/2016/08/christian-haines-a-lyric-intensity-of-thought-on-the-potentiality-and-limits-of-giorgio-agambens-homo-sacer-project/

“Paradise Actually Exists: Biopolitics and Utopian Praxis in William S. Burroughs’sThe Place of Dead Roads.” Genre 47.2 (Summer 2014): 175-202

“The Scored Life: Financialization in Gary Shteyngart’s Super Sad True Love Story.” The Third Rail 3 (Fall 2014): 44-47. http://thirdrailquarterly.org/wp-content/uploads/C_Haines_Scored-Life.pdf

“Life’s Entanglements with Writing: A Review of Christopher Breu’s Insistence of the Material: Literature in the Age of Biopolitics and Arne de Boever’s Narrative Care: Biopolitics and the Novel.” Textual Practice 29.5 (June 2015): 1017-1026.

“Oscillations prolétaires: Poésie du travail, travail de la poésie chez Arthur Rimbaud et Walt Whitman [Proletarian Oscillations: the Poetry of Labor, the Labor of Poetry in Arthur Rimbaud and Walt Whitman].” Parade Sauvage: Revue d’études rimbaldiennes 23 (Fall 2012): 65-101.

“Life in Crisis: The Biopolitical Ambivalence of Joseph Conrad’s The Secret Agent.” Criticism 54.1 (Winter 2012): 85-115.

“Corporeal Time: The Cinematic Bodies of Arthur Rimbaud and Gilles Deleuze.” Angelaki: A Journal of the Theoretical Humanities 16.2 (Winter 2011): 103-26.

“Specters of the Dialectic: A Review of Fredric Jameson’s Valences of the Dialectic.” Cultural Critique 77 (Winter 2011): 241-247.

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Susannah Heschel

Susannah Heschel

“The Slippery yet Tenacious Nature of Racism: New Developments in Critical Race Theory and Their Implications for the Study of Religion and Ethics,” Journal of the Society of Christian Ethics 35:1 (Spring/Summer 2015), 3-27.

“Jewish and Muslim Feminist Theologies in Dialogue: Discourses of Difference,” in: Gender in Judaism and Islam: Common Lives, Uncommon Heritage, ed. Beth Wenger and Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet (Philadelphia: NYU Press, November 2014), 17-45.

“Constructions of Jewish Identity through Reflections on Islam,” in: Faithful Narratives: Historians, Religions, and the Challenge of Objectivity, ed. Nina Caputo and Andrea Sterk (Cornell University Press, 2014), 169-184.

“German-Jewish Scholarship on Islam as a Tool of De-Orientalization,” New German Critique 117 (Fall 2012), 91-117. 

“Jesus in Modern Jewish Thought,” in: The Jewish Annotated New Testament, ed. Marc Brettler and Amy-Jill Levine (New York: Oxford University Press, 2011), 582-585.

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Lynn A. Higgins

Lynn A. Higgins

Book: Bertrand Tavernier (Manchester U. Press, U.K.; U.S. distributor Palgrave Macmillan, 2011).

Book: New Novel, New Wave, New Politics: Fiction and the Representation of History in Postwar France (U. of Nebraska Press, 1996).

Book: Rape and Representation , edited with B Silver, and contributor, (Columbia U. Press, 1991; paperback 1993).

Book Chapter: “Lieu de mémoire et géographie imaginaire dans Dora Bruder ,” Cahiers du Centre de Recherche: Etudes sur le roman du second demi-siècle , (2005) 397-405.

Article: “Documentary in an age of Terror,” South Central Review , 22:2 (2005) 20-38.

Article: "Studia Filmoznawcze," Tavernier's Doubt, (Warsaw, Poland), special issue on Film and Religion, spring 2004.

Article: "Lieux de mémoire et géographie imaginaire dans Dora Bruder," Cahiers du Centre de Recherche: Etudes sur le Roman du Second Demi-Siècle, (Université de Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle), in press, spring 2004.

Article: "Screening America," French Cultural Studies (UK), 14:3 (Fall 2003).

Article: "Women Filmmakers Remember the Occupation" [on Chantal Akerman and Diane Kurys], Modern and Contemporary France (UK), special issue on "Gendering the Occupation," vol. 7, no. 1 (1999).

Article: "The Barbie Affair and the Trials of Memory," in Fascism's Return: Scandal, Revision and Ideology Since 1980, edited by Richard J. Golsan. University of Nebraska Press, 1999.

Article: "New Novel, New Wave, New Politics: Fiction and the Presentation of History in Postwar France," Lincoln NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1996. Choice Outstanding Academic Book. Modern Language Association Scaglione Prize for best book in French & Francophone Studies, 1997.

Article: "Pagnol and the Paradoxes of Frenchness," Identitiy Papers: Scenes of Contested Nationhood in Twentieth-Century France, edited by Tom Conley & Steven Ungar. University of Minnesota Press, 1996.

Article: "Rape and Representation," co-edited with Brenda R. Silver (Columbia University Press, 1991 and 1993).

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Rashauna Johnson

Slavery's Metropolis: Unfree Labor in New Orleans during the Age of Revolutions (Cambridge, 2016)

"From Saint-Domingue to Dumaine Street: One Family's Journeys from the Haitian Revolution to the Great Migration," Journal of African American History, forthcoming (Fall 2017).

"A Fragile Empire? Early American Expansion from Below," Reviews in American History 44, no. 3 (September 2016): 411-17.

Co-author, “Prisons and Teaching, From Margins to Center,” Progressive Planning no. 205 (Fall 2015): 33-36.

“Visibility Versus Voice: Enslaved Women in U.S. History and Memory,” Reviews in American History 41, no. 2 (June 2013): 238-245.

“‘Laissez les bons temps rouler!’ and Other Concealments: Households, Taverns, and Irregular Intimacies in Antebellum New Orleans.” In Interconnections: Gender and Race in American History, edited by Alison M. Parker and Carol Faulkner, 19-50. Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2012.

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Irene Kacandes

Irene Kacandes

“Beauty on My Mind: Reading Literature in an Age of Cultural Studies,” The Aesthetics of Cultural Studies, M Bérubé (ed.), (2005) 156-174.

“Toujours/Encore la Shoah?” in Europe et mémoire: une liaison dangereuse?, P Carrard (trans.), (2005) 19-39.

Teaching the Representation of the Holocaust, edited with M Hirsch, (2004).

Talk Fiction: Literature and the Talk Explosion , (Frontiers of Narrative Series), (2001).

A User’s Guide to German Cultural Studies , edited with S Denham and J Petropoulos, (1997).

Let's Talk about Death, with Steve Gordon (2015)

"Experimental Life Writing" in Routledge Encyclopedia of Experimental Literature.  Eds. Joe Bray, Alison Gibson, Brian McHale.  London: Routledge, 2012.  380-312.

"Displacement, Trauma, Language, Identity." in Women Writers at the Crossroads of Language.  Eds. Valérie Cossy et al. Geneva: MetisPresses, 2009. 213-228.

Daddy's War:  Greek American Stories: A Paramemoir.  Lincoln:  U of Nebraska P, 2009.  Paperback edition 2012.

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Deborah K. King

Deborah Karyn King

“Mapping Our Past, Surveying Our Future: Thinking About African American Women’s Lives,” GenderandSociety , (September 1992) 512-515.

“Missing the Beat, Unraveling the Threads: Class and Gender in Afro-American Social Issues,” The Black Scholar , 22:3 (Summer 1992) 36-44.

“Black Women and Feminism,” “Double Jeopardy,” “Equal Rights Amendment,” and “Womanist,” The Women’s Studies Encyclopedia , H S Tierney, (ed.), 1 (1989) 42-44, 110-113, 121-124, and 389-390.

“The Women’s College,” in Women in Academe: Progress and Prospects , with P Palmieri, M K Chamberlain (ed.), (1989) 107-131.

“Multiple Jeopardy, Multiple Consciousness: The Context of Black Feminist Ideology,” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society , (Autumn 1988) 88-111.

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Amy Lawrence

Amy Lawrence

The Passion of Montgomery Clift (California, 2010)

“Italian American: Rudolph Valentino, Modernism and the 1920s” in Idols of Modernity: Movie Stars of the 1920s ed. Patrice Petro (Rutgers 2010)

“James Mason: A Star is Born Bigger than Life” in Larger than Life: Movie Stars of the 1950s ed. R. Barton Palmer (Rutgers 2010)

“Counterfeit Motion: The Animated Films of Eadweard Muybridge,” Film Quarterly , 57:2 (Winter 2004) 15-25.

“Marlene Dietrich: The Voice as Mask” in Dietrich Icon ed. Gerd Gemunden, Mary Desjardins (Duke 2007)

The Films of Peter Greenaway , (1997).

Echo and Narcissus: Women’s Voices in Classical Hollywood Cinema , (1991).

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Kathryn J. Lively

Matthews, Morgan C. and Kathryn J. Lively. 2017. “Making Volunteer-Based Democracy ‘Work’: Gendered Coping Strategies in a Citizen Legislature.”  Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2378023117705535

McLeod, Jane D, Timothy Hallett, and Kathryn J. Lively. 2015. "Beyond Three Faces: Toward an Integrated Social Psychology of Inequality." Advances in Group Processses, 32: 1-29.

Lively, Kathryn J. and David R. Heise. 2014. "Emotion in Affect Control Theory." In The Handbook of the Sociology of Emotion, Volume II, edited by J.E. Stets and J.H. Turner. New York: Springer.

Lively, Kathryn J. and Emi A. Weed. 2014. "Emotion Management: Sociological Insight into What, How, Why and To What End?" Emotion Review 6 (3): 202-207.

Lively, Kathryn J. 2013. “Age and Its Effect on the Experience and Management of Emotion.” Advances in Group Processes 30: 231-265.  

Kent L. Sandstrom, Kathryn J. Lively, Daniel D. Martin and Gary Alan Fine. 2013 Selves, Symbols, and Society. 4th Edition. Oxford University Press.

Lively, Kathryn J. 2013. "Social and Cultural Influences: Gender Effects on Emotion Labor at Work and at Home." In Alicia Grandey, James A. Diefendorff, and Deborah Rupp (Eds.). Emotional Labor in the 21st Century: Diverse Perspectives on Emotion Regulation at Work. New York, NY: Psychology Press/Routledge.

Lively, Kathryn J., Lala Steelman, and Brian Powell. 2010. “Equity, Emotion, and the Household Division of Labor.” Social Psychology Quarterly 73: 358-379.

Simon, Robin W. and Kathryn J. Lively. 2010. “Investigating the Relationships Among Sex, Anger, and Depression.”  Social Forces 88: 1543-1568.

Cheng, Simon and Kathryn J. Lively.  2009. “Multiracial Self-identification and Adolescent Outcomes: Revisiting the Marginal Man Thesis.”  Social Forces 88: 61-98.

Lively, Kathryn J. 2008. “Emotional Segueing and the Management of Emotion, By Women and Men.”Social Forces 87:911-36.

Lively, Kathryn J., Brian Powell, Glaudia Geist, and Lala Carr Steelman. 2008. "Inequity among Intimates."in Karen Hegtvedt and Jody Clay-Warner [Eds.] Advances in Group Processes 25: 87-116.

Lively, Kathryn J. and Brian Powell. 2006.  "Emotional Expression at Work and at Home: Domain, Status or Individual Characteristics?" Social Psychology Quarterly 69: 17-38.

Lively, Kathryn J. and David R. Heise.  2004.  “Sociological Realms of Emotional Experience.” American Journal of Sociology 109:1109-36.  

Lively, Kathryn J.  2002. “Client Contact and Emotional Labor: Upsetting the Balance and Evening the Field.”  Work and Occupations, Vol 29: 198-225.

Lively, Kathryn J.  2001. “Occupational Claims to Professionalism: The Case of Paralegals.”  Symbolic Interaction. Vol. 24: 343-66.  

Lively, Kathryn J.  2000. “Reciprocal Emotion Management: Working Together to Maintain Stratification in Private Law Firms."  Work and Occupations.  Vol. 27: 32-63

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Christopher MacEvitt

The Crusades and the Christian World of the East: Rough Tolerance , (2007).

“True Romans: Remembering the Crusades among Eastern Christians.” Journal of Medieval History 40 (2014): 260-75.

“Martyrdom and the Muslim World through Franciscan Eyes.” The Catholic History Review 97 (2011): 1-23.

“The Chronicle of Matthew of Edessa: Apocalypse, the First Crusade and the Armenian Diaspora,” Dumbarton Oaks Papers , 61 (2007) 157-81.

“Christian Authority in the Latin East: Edessa in Crusader History,” in The Medieval Crusade , S Ridyard (ed.), (2004) 71-84.

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Annabel Martin

Annabel Martín

La gramática de la felicidad: Relecturas franquistas y posmodernas del melodrama.  Madrid: Libertarias/Prodhufi (2005).

"Rethinking Tears and Excess: Melodrama in Spanish Filmmaking." Section Coordinator and Chapter Contributor on Melodrama to Spanish Film Companion. Jo Labanyi and Tatjana Pavlovic (eds.). London and New York: Blackwell, 2013 (224-240).

"El viaje sin retorno: Turismo y disidencia identitaria en el cine de los 60." Book chapter in Turistas de película. Antonia del Rey Reguillo (ed). Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva (forthcoming 2013).

"Time, Scale, and Community in Post-Human Times: Contemporay Totems in Julio Medem and Agustín Ibarrola." Chapter in Otherness in Hispanic Culture. Edited by Teresa Fernández Ulloa. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (Forthcoming 2013).

Co-editor (with Txetxu Aguado), Special Number on "Reconciliation and its Discontents" of Dissidences: Hispanic Journal of Theory and Criticism 4.8 (2012). http://digitalcommons.bowdoin.edu/dissidences/vol4/iss8/

"And When Time Stood Still: Building a Road for Peace, Reconciliation, and Forgiveness in Euskadi (The End of ETA Armed Conflict)." Article in special number on "Reconciliation and its Discontents" of Dissidences: Hispanic Journal of Theory and Criticism. <http://digitalcommons.bowdoin.edu/dissidences/vol4/iss8/>.

"El viaje al Hades: Un ida y vuelta a las ruinas de la violencia (el caso de Euskadi)." Pilar Rodríguez (ed.). Bilbao: Deusto University Press, 2012 (59-72).

"Los silencios y el lenguaje de la memoria moral: The Secret Life of Words de Isabel Coixet (2005)." Book Chapter in España Siglo XX/XXI. Rosalía Cornejo-Parriego and Alberto Villamandos (eds). Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva, 2011 (278-294) .

"Con faldas y no tan a lo loco: La fierecilla domada en el cine de José Luis Sáenz de Heredia." Book Chapter in El destino se disculpa: El cine de José Luis Sáenz de Heredia. José Luis Castro de Paz and Jorge Nieto Ferrando (eds.). Valencia, Spain: Ediciones de la Filmoteca de la Generalitat Valenciana, 2011 (233-249).

"La palabra remendada: Literatura y futuro en Euskadi (Bernardo Atxaga y Julia Otxoa)." Book Chapter in Contornos de la narrativa española actual (2000-2009): un diálogo entre creadores y críticos. Antonio Dorca and Palmar Álvarez (eds). Madrid: Iberoamericana, 2011 (131-140).

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Janice McCabe, AssociateProfessor of Sociology, Dartmouth College, July 2017

Janice M. McCabe

Janice McCabe. 2016. Connecting in College: How Friendship Networks Matter for Academic and Social Success. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. - Reviewed in Journal of College Student Development

Janice McCabe. 2017. “What Is Sociology?” Pp. 306-315 in What Are The Arts and Sciences? A Guide for the Curious, edited by Daniel Rockmore. Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England.

Janice McCabe and Brandon A. Jackson. 2016. "Pathways to Financing College: Race and Class in Students’ Narratives of Paying for School." Social Currents 3(4): 367-385. doi:10.1177/2329496516636404 http://scu.sagepub.com/content/3/4/367?etoc

Janice McCabe. 2016. “Friends With Academic Benefits.” Contexts 15(3):22-29. http://ctx.sagepub.com/content/15/3/22?etoc

Amanda Koontz Anthony and Janice McCabe. 2015. “Friendship Talk as Identity Work: Defining the Self through Friend Relationships.” Symbolic Interaction 38(1):64-82.  http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/symb.138/abstract

Janice McCabe. 2015. “‘That’s What Makes Our Friendships Stronger’: Supportive Friendships Based on Racial Solidarity and Racial Diversity.” Pp. 64-79 in College Students’ Experiences of Power and Marginality: Sharing Spaces and Negotiating Differences, edited by Elizabeth M. Lee and Chaise LaDousa. New York: Routledge. http://www.taylorandfrancis.com/books/details/9781138785557/

Janice McCabe.  2013. “Making Theory Relevant: The Gender Attitude and Belief Inventory.”  Teaching Sociology 41(3):282-293. doi: 10.1177/0092055X13480153.  http://tso.sagepub.com/content/41/3/282

Supplemental information available at: http://janicemccabe.net/gabi/

Janice McCabe, Amanda E. Tanner, Jack K. Martin, J. Scott Long, and Julia R. Heiman. 2013. “Methodological Innovations and Challenges in the Kinsey Institute National Survey Pilot Project.” International Journal of Multiple Research Approaches 7(2):178-188.

Koji Ueno, Eric R. Wright, Matthew Gayman, and Janice McCabe. 2012. “Segregation in Gay, Lesbian and Bisexual Youth’s Personal Networks: Testing Structural Constraint, Choice Homophily, and Compartmentalization Hypotheses.” Social Forces 90(3):971-991. http://sf.oxfordjournals.org/content/90/3/971.abstract

Christian Vaccaro, Douglas Schrock, and Janice McCabe. 2011. “Managing Emotional Manhood: Fighting and Fostering Fear in Mixed Martial Arts.” Social Psychology Quarterly 74(4):414-437. http://spq.sagepub.com/content/74/4/414.abstract

Janice McCabe. 2011. “Doing Multiculturalism: An Interactionist Analysis of the Practices of a Multicultural Sorority.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 40(5):521-549. http://jce.sagepub.com/content/40/5/521.abstract

Janice McCabe, Emily Fairchild, Liz Grauerholz, Bernice Pescosolido, and Daniel Tope. 2011. “Gender in Twentieth-Century Children’s Books: Patterns of Disparity in Titles and Central Characters.” Gender and Society 25(2):197-226. gas.sagepub.com/content/25/2/197

Janice McCabe. 2009. “Racial and Gender Microaggressions on a Predominantly-White Campus: Experiences of Black, Latina/o and White Undergraduates.” Race, Gender and Class16(1):133-151.

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Douglas J. Moody

Douglas J. Moody

Former editor of Latino Intersections, on-line academic journal published by Dartmouth College (2002 - 2006)

“Undergoing a Process and Achieving a Product:  A Contradiction in Educational Drama?” In Gerd Bräuer, Ed. Body and Language: Intercultural Learning Through Drama, (Summer 2002)

“Tutoring the ESL Foreign Student Athlete:  Some Issues and Methodologies” In Herb Simons, Ed. A Handbook for ED 98: Studying Language and Society (Fall 1999)

“Act Two:  The Curtain Rises on Digital Theatre, But You Have to Download It First” Berkeley Language Center Newsletter  Vol. 15, No. 1 (Fall 1999)

“The Curtain Rises on Digital Theatre:  Rehearsing and Staging the First Act” Berkeley Language Center Newsletter Vol. 14, No. 2 (Spring 1999)

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Bethany Moreton

To Serve God and Wal-Mart: The Making of Christian Free Enterprise (Harvard University Press, May 2009).

Devotions and Desires: Histories of Religion and Sexuality in the Twentieth Century United States, co-edited with Gill Frank and Heather White (in press, University of North Carolina Press, 2017).

Our Lady of the Market: Catholicism and the Conservative Search for a Moral Economy (forthcoming, Harvard University Press).

“So Goes the Nation: Southern Antecedents and the Future of Work,” Reviving Southern Labor History, ed. Keri Leigh Merritt and Matthew Hild (under review, University Press of Florida).

​“Knute Gingrich, All American? White Evangelicals, U.S. Catholics, and the Religious Genealogy of Political Realignment” in Faithful Republic: Religion and Politics in Modern America, ed. Andrew Preston, Bruce Schulman, and Julian Zelizer (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015).

“S’More Inequality: The Neoliberal Marshmallow and the Corporate Reform of Education,” Social Text, issue 120 “Politically Unwilling,” Vol. 32, No. 3 120 (Fall 2014), pp. 29-48.

“Learning from the Right: A New Operation Dixie?” co-authored with Pamela Voekel, in Richard Greenwald and Daniel Katz, eds., Labor Rising: The Past and Future of Working People in America (New Press, 2012).

“A Matter of Some Interest: Payback and the Sterility of Capital,” Common Knowledge vol.17 no. 2, (March 2011). 

“Why Is There So Much Sex in Christian Conservatism and Why Do So Few Historians Care Anything about It?” Journal of Southern History 75th anniversary issue, v. 75, no. 3 (August, 2009).

“Make Payroll, Not War: Business Culture as Youth Culture,” in Bruce Schulman and Julian Zelizer, eds., Rightward Bound: Making America Conservative in the 1970s (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2008).

"The Soul of the Service Economy: Wal-Mart and the Making of Christian Free Enterprise, 1929-1994,” Enterprise & Society 8:4 (December, 2007).

“The Soul of Neoliberalism,” Social Text v. 25, no. 3 92 (Fall 2007), pp. 103-123.

Vaya con Dios: Religion and the Transnational History of the Americas,” co-authored with Pamela Voekel, History Compass, Summer 2007.

Chapter: “It Came from Bentonville: The Agrarian Origins of Wal-Mart Culture” in Nelson Lichtenstein, ed., Wal-Mart: The Face of Twenty-First Century Capitalism (New Press, 2006). 

 

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Sara Muñoz-Muriana

“Veiling Bodies, Revealing Identities: The Mirror and the Construction of the Female Self in Eighteenth-Century Spain.” SEEC. Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture. Forthcoming.

“‘¡Pobre pierna que sólo sirve para andar!’ Female (Dis)Empowerments and the Street in Literary and Filmic Tristana.” Hispania: A journal devoted to the teaching of Spanish and Portuguese. Special Issue: The Scholarship of Film and Film Studies 98.3 (2015). Forthcoming June 2015.

“‘¡Cómo me hicísteis sufrir y cuánto placer hallé en vuestra compañía!’ A medio camino entre el lamento y el placer en las calles de Manuel D. Benavides.” Crítica Hispánica 36.1 (2014). 103-27.

“‘Pies, ¿para qué os quiero?’ El paseo femenino como forma de instrucción en la narrativa de finales del XIX.” Siglo Diecinueve. Literatura Hispánica 20 (2014). 423-47.

“‘Neither Here nor There.’ Presencias incómodas y adulteración en el teatro del XVIII español.” Dieciocho: Hispanic Enlightenment 37.1 (2014). 7-31.

“Dime qué llevas y te diré quién eres: vestido e identidad social en la literatura peninsular del XIX.” Monographic Review/Revista Monográfica 25 (2009): 71-88.

“La construcción femenina en el discurso cinematográfico de Buñuel: la femme fatale.” Hispanet Journal 2 (2009): 38-66.

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Kristin O'Rourke

Kristin O'Rourke

Entries on "Jean-Antoine Houdon," "Voltaire Seated by J.-A. Houdon," and "Johann Gottfried Schadow," for the Encyclopedia of Sculpture. New York: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2004.

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Reiko Ohnuma

Unfortunate Destiny: Animals in the Indian Buddhist Imagination (Oxford University Press, 2017).

Ties That Bind: Maternal Imagery and Discourse in Indian Buddhism (Oxford University Press, 2012).

Head, Eyes, Flesh, and Blood: Giving Away the Body in Indian Buddhist Literature (Columbia University Press, 2007).

"Animal Doubles of the Buddha," Humanimalia 7:2 (2016) 1-34.

"Buddhism and the Family," Oxford Bibliographies in Buddhism, ed. Richard Payne (New York: Oxford University Press, 2014).

"Bad Nun: Thullanandā in Pāli Canonical and Commentarial Sources," Journal of Buddhist Ethics 20 (2013) 18-66.

"An Elephant Good to Think: The Buddha in Pārileyyaka Forest," Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies 35:1-2 (2012) 259-293.

“Mother-Love and Mother-Grief: South Asian Buddhist Variations on a Theme,” Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 23:1 (2007) 95-116.

“Debt to the Mother: A Neglected Aspect of the Founding of the Buddhist Nuns’ Order,” Journal of the American Academy of Religion 74:4 (2006) 861-901.

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Annelise Orleck

Annelise Orleck

BOOKS:

Rethinking American Women's Activism (Routledge, 2014).

The War on Poverty: A New Grassroots History, 1964-1980, edited by Annelise Orleck and Lisa Gayle Hazirjian (University of Georgia Press, 2011).

Storming Caesar’s Palace: How Black Mothers Fought Their Own War on Poverty (Beacon Press, 2005).

The Soviet Jewish Americans (Greenwood Press ,1999, pbk 2001).

The Politics of Motherhood: Activist Voices from Left to Right, co-edited with Alexis Jetter and Diana Taylor (UPNE, 1997).

Common Sense And A Little Fire: Women and Working Class Politics in the United States (University of North Carolina Press, 1995).

Articles:

"Soviet Jews: The Continuing Russification of Jewish New York," in Nancy Foner, ed., One Out of Three (Columbia University Press, 2013).

"My Radical Vegas," Contexts (Winter 2012).

"Feminism and the Labor Movement: A Century of Collaboration and Conflict," New Labor Forum (2011).

Forthcoming Article:

"Rethinking the War on Poverty in a New Age of Inequality," in Thomas Sugrue and Alice O'Connor (eds.), The War on Poverty at 50.

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Graziella Parati

Graziella Parati

New Perspectives in Italian Cultural Studies: Definitions, Theory, and Accented Practices (volume 1)
New Perspectives in Italian Cultural Studies: The Arts and History (volume 2)
(Madison NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2012).

The Cultures of Italian Migration, co-edited with Anthony Tamburri (Madison NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP 2011).

Multicultural Literature in Contemporary Italy, co-edited with Marie Orton (Madison NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2007).

Migration Italy: The Art of Talking Back in A Destination Culture  (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005).

Italian Cultural Studies, co-edited with Anthony Tamburri, Myriam Swennen Ruthenberg, and Ben Lawton (Boca Raton: Bordighera Press, 2002).

Italian Feminist Theory and Practice: Equality and Sexual Difference, co-edited with Rebecca West (Madison NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2002).

Italian Cultural Studies, co-edited with Ben Lawton (Boca Raton: Bordighera Press, 2001).

Mediterranean Crossroads: Migration Literature in Italy  (Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1999).

Public History, Private Stories: Italian Women's Autobiographies  (Minneapolis and London: Minnesota UP, 1996).

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Julia Rabig

The Fixers: Devolution, Development, and Civil Society in Newark, 1960-1990. University of Chicago Press, 2016.

The Business of Black Power: Corporate Responsibility, Community Development, and Capitalism in Post-War America, edited by Laura Warren Hill and Julia Rabig, University of Rochester Press, 2012

"An Explosion in the 'Laboratory of Democracy,' " Black Power at Work, edited by David Goldberg and Trevor Griffey, Cornell University Press, 2010.

"What's the Matter with Newark?" Shelterforce, Journal of the National Housing Institute, Fall 2008.

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Gil Raz

Gil Raz

“Imbibing the Universe: Methods of Ingesting the Five Sprouts,” Asian Medicine, Tradition and Modernity 7 (2013).

“The Way of the Yellow and the Red: Sexual Practice in Early Daoism,” Nan Nü, Men, Women and Gender in China 10 (2008).

“Time Manipulation in Early Daoist Ritual: The East Well Chart and the Eight Archivists,” Asia Major 18 (2005)

The Emergence of Daoism: Creation of Tradition. (London: Routledge Press, 2012).

 

Israel Reyes

Israel Reyes

Book: Humor and the Eccentric Text in Puerto Rican Literature.  Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2005.

"Barrio, Body, Beat: Tato Laviera and the Holistic Rhythm of Mestizaje." The AmeRican Poet: Essays on the Work of Tato Laviera.  Eds. Stephanie Alvarez and William Luis. New York: Center for Puerto Rican Studies, 2014. 184-96.

“La frontera que embizca: Las caricaturas políticas de Lalo Alcaraz”  Revista Iberoamericana. 57.234 (2011): 195-211. 

“Migration and Ethnic Humor in Ana Lydia Vega’s ‘Pollito Chicken.’”  Invited book chapter for Cross Currents: Building Bridges across American and Nigerian Studies.  Ed. Judith Byfield.  Ibadan, Nigeria: BookBuilders, 2009. 15-31.

“Transnational Bodies, Queer Borders: The Challenge of Latin American and Latino/a Sexual Identities,” Latin American Studies Association Forum , 37:3 (Summer 2006) 18-20.

"Recuerdos «parciales» y el closet de la literatura: Ficción y autobiografía de Judith Ortiz Cofer. La Revista Iberoamericana. Eds. Alberto Sandoval-Sánchez and Frances Aparicio. 71.212 (2005): 847-64.

“Comedy and Humor.” Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States. Eds. Deena J. González and Susanne Oboler. Oxford: Oxford University Press (2005).

“De-facing Cuba: Translating and Transfiguring Cristina García’s The Agüero Sisters.” Voice-Overs: Translation and Latin American Literature. Eds. Daniel Balderston and Marcy Schwartz. Albany: SUNY (2002) 224-34.

“La sabiduría de la mujer en la obra de Nemesio Canales.” Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana. 26.54 (2001): 111-28.

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Julie L. Rose

Free Time  (Princeton University Press, 2016)

"Freedom of Association and the Temporal Coordination Problem," The Journal of Political Philosophy (published online 8 June 2016, forthcoming)

“‘Keep the Citizens Poor’: Machiavelli’s Prescription for Republican Poverty,” Political Studies (published online 11 May 2015, forthcoming)

"Money Does Not Guarantee Time: Discretionary Time as a Distinct Object of Distributive Justice," The Journal of Political Philosophy, vol. 22, December 2013

        

 

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Naaborko Sackeyfio-Lenoch

Books

Politics of Chieftaincy: Authority and Property in Colonial Ghana, 1920-1950 (University of Rochester Press, Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora Series, 2014).

Articles

"Women’s International Alliances in an Emergent Ghana." Forthcoming. Journal of West African History

“The Ghana Trades Union Congress and the Politics of International Labor Alliances, 1957–1971.” International Review of Social History, 62:2 (2017), 191-213.

“Decolonization, Cold War Dynamics and Nation Building in Ghana-Asia Relations: 1957- 1966.” The International Journal of African Historical Studies, 49:1 (2016), 235-253.

“The Politics of Land and Urban Space in Colonial Accra,” History in Africa, 39 (2012): 293-329. 

Ivy Schweitzer

Ivy Schweitzer

The Heath Anthology of American Literature. Gen. Ed. Paul Lauter. 4th, 5th, 6th editions, Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2008; editor of Volume A, Colonial Period to 1800. 7th edition, 2013.

“Samson Occom and the Brotherton Indians.” Oxford Bibliographies Online: American Literature. Ed. Jackson Bryer. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.

“The Story of ‘Hannah P.’: Recovering Portnoy’s Sister.” Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies 31 (1 Fall 2012): 70-92.

“Haunted by Daffodils: Caribbean Women Writers and their Bogeymen.”  CLD: Comparative Literature at Dartmouth. 1 (2010): 57-74.

“The New Worlds and the Old: Transatlantic Politics of Conversion.” With Susan Castillo. A Companion to American Literature and Culture. Ed. Paul Lauter. Oxford: Blackwell, 2010,143-59.

"What's New in the 6th Edition: New Netherland, The Fourteenth Colony." Heath Anthology of American Literature website blog, Summer 2009.

"Reparative Telling of Male Narrators: Grace Paley Writing Social Change." Contemporary Women's Writing, 2009.

 “'My body/not to either state inclined': Early American Women Challenge Feminist Criticism,” Roundtable on “Feminist Interventions.” Early American Literature 44.2 (July 2009): 405-10.

Perfecting Friendship: Politics and Affiliation in Early American Literature, University of North Carolina Press, 2006.

"For Gloria Anzaldúa: Collecting America, Performing Friendship," PLMA: Publication of the Modern Language Association 121 (1 January) 2006: 285-91.

Companion to The Literatures of Colonial America: An Anthology (33 critical essays), co-edited with Susan Castillo. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers, 2005.

The Work of Self-Representation:  Lyric Poetry in Colonial New England, University of North Carolina Press, 1991.

Ambition,” “Pont-Chauvet-d’Arc,” “Michelle,” “Awful Beauty,” and Interview. Solidus 3: Colby-Sawyer Literary Magazine, Spring 2013.

“Sweet Dreams,” “Baby Picture,” Bloodroot Literary Magazine 6: 2013: 73-74.

“Cail Bruich,” “Field of Vision,” Bloodroot Literary Magazine 5: 2012: 77-80.

“Caging the Tulips,” “Snow Day: February 14.” Birchsong: Poetry on Vermont. Blue Line Press, 2012.

 “Caging the Tulips,” “Snow Day: February 14.” Birchsong: Poetry on Vermont. Blue Line Press, 2012.

“That Day.” 2nd Prize, Bloodroot Literary Magazine Contest 4, 2011: 13-14. Nominated for the Pushcart Prize.

“Aubade,” “Caging the Tulips,” “Poets in Lust; or, What We Learned at the Frost Place.” Bloodroot Literary Magazine 4, 2011:135-140.

“Elegy for a Miniskirt (Suede, Fawn).” Honorable Mention, Bloodroot Literary Magazine Contest. 3, 2010: 21.

"Snow Day: February 14" and "Chuzpah of Naming." Bloodroot Literary Magazine 2, 2009: 47-49.

 

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Walter P. Simons

The Cambridge History of Christianity , vol. IV: Christianity in Western Europe, 1100-1500 , ed. with M Rubin (2009)

Ludo J. R. Milis, Religion, Culture, and Mentalities in the Medieval Low Countries: Selected Essays , ed. with J Deploige, M De Reu, and S Vanderputten (2005).

The Productivity of Urban Space in Northern Europe , ed. with P Arnade and M Howell (2002).

Cities of Ladies: Beguine Communities in the Medieval Low Countries , 1200-1565 (2001; paperback 2003)

Béguins et Béguines à Tournai au Bas Moyen Âge , co-auth. with M Lauwers (1988)

Stad en apostolaat: De vestiging van de bedelorden in het graafschap Vlaanderen, 1225-1350 (1987)

Bedelordekloosters in het graafschap Vlaanderen (1987)

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Silvia Spitta

Silvia Spitta

“Remembrance of Things to Come: The 37th Havana Film Festival” with Gerd Gemunden (forthcoming Film Quarterly summer 2016).

“The Insurgent Imagination of Tijuana: Transculturation, Ironic Disciplines, and TransBorder Studies.” In Lösch, Klaus; Heike Paul, and Meike Zwingenberger (eds.). Critical Regionalism. Heidelberg: Winter UP (forthcoming).

"Basurales ideológicos, geografías espectrales, y las fronteras del hispanismo (Tijuana).” In La Hispanística y el desafío de la globalización,  Actas del coloquio en homenaje a Dieter Ingenshay. Ed. Jenny Haase Iberoamerikana/ Vervuert, 2016

“Ivy League Foundational Narratives and Disciplinary Hierarchies,” The Postcolonialist e-journal http://postcolonialist.com/contributor/silvia-spitta/. June 2014.

“Towards a Cinema of Deceleration: Festival Report.” Studies in Hispanic Cinemas 10.1 (2013).

“Monumentally Indian: Edward S. Curtis and the Cuzco School of Photography.” Comparative American Studies: An International Journal (guest editors Antonio Barrenechea andHeidrun Moertl). Vol. 11 No. 2, June 2013, 166–84

“On the Monumental Silence of the Archive and the Cuzco School of Photography.” e-misférica (Summer 2012).

“Lima the Horrible: The Cultural Politics of Theft.” PMLA (January 2007).

“Sandra Ramos: La vida no cabe en una maleta.” Imaginarios Femeninos en Latinoamérica. Eds. Alicia Ortega and Susana Rosano. Special issue of Revista Iberoamericana LXXI-210 (2005): 35-53. Early version of this essay was posted by Sandra Ramos on her website: http://www.sandraramosart.com/texts/131-la-vida-no-cabe-en-una-maleta-si...

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Roberta L. Stewart

“Ancient Narratives and Modern War Stories: Reading Homer with Combat Veterans,” Amphora 12.1 (2015) 1-3, 20-21.

“The Slave as Roman Outsider,” in D. Hammer, ed. Blackwell Companion to Ancient and Modern Democracies and Republics: A Comparative Approach (Wiley-Blackwell, 2014) 405-428. 

Plautus and Roman Slavery (Wiley-Blackwell, 2012). Reviews: BMCR 2012.11.50

(W. Owen); Choice 50 (2012) 545 (D. Lateiner); Greece and Rome 60 (2013) 320-322 (R. Langlands); Classical Review (2014) 1-3 (S. H. Blake).

TLL  10.1 (2010) s.v. pontifex 2672-80.

“Who’s Tricked? Models of Slave Behavior in Plautus’ Pseudolus ,” (2006).

Public Office in Early Rome: Ritual Procedure and Political Practice , (1998).

“Publicity and the Lot: the Politics of the Sortition at Rome,” in The Shapes of City Life in Rome and Pompeii: Essays in Honor of Lawrence Richardson, Jr., on the Occasion of His Retirement , M T Boatwright and H Evans (eds.), (1998) 9-26.

“The Jug and Lituus on Roman Republican Coin Types: Ritual Symbols and Political Power,” Phoenix , 51 (1997) 170-189.

“Catiline and the Crisis of 63-60 B.C.: The Italian Perspective,” Latomus 54 (1995) 62-78.

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Andrea Tarnowski

Andrea Tarnowski

Meaning and Its Objects:  Material Culture in Medieval and Early Modern France.  Co-edited with Margaret Burland and David Laguardia.  Yale French Studies 110 (Fall 2006).

“Material Examples:  Philippe de Mézières’ Order of the Passion,”  in Yale French Studies 110 (Fall 2006).

“Vertu du sacrement de mariage,” in Women in the Middle Ages, An Encyclopedia , (K M Wilson and N Margolis (eds.), (2004) 920-923.

“The Lessons of Experience and the Chemin de long estude,” in Christine de Pizan:  A Casebook.  Edited by Barbara K. Altmann and Deborah McGrady (Routledge, 2003); 181-97.

Le Chemin de longue étude de Christine de Pizan, edition and modern French translation (Livre de Poche, 2000).

“Unity and the Epistre au roi Richart,” Medievalia et Humanistica 26 (1999); 63-77.

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Emily Walton

Walton, Emily. 2017. “Spatial Assimilation and its Discontents: Asian Ethnic Neighborhood Change in California.” Urban Geography. 38: 993-1018.

Walton, Emily and Denise Anthony. Forthcoming. “Do You Want to See a Doctor for That? Racial and Ethnic Differences in Care-Seeking Preferences.” Research in the Sociology of Health Care. Vol. 35.

Walton, Emily and Mae Hardebeck. 2016. “Multiethnic Neighborhoods on the Ground: Resources, Constraints, and Sense of Community.” Du Bois Review. 13: 345-363.

Walton, Emily. 2016. “’It’s Not Just a Bunch of Buildings’: Investment, Sense of Community, and Collective Efficacy in a Multiethnic Public Housing Neighborhood” City & Community. 15: 231-263.

Walton, Emily. 2015. “Making Sense of Asian American Ethnic Neighborhoods: A Typology and Application to Health.” Sociological Perspectives. 58: 490-515.

Walton, Emily. 2014. “Vital Places: Facilitators of Behavioral and Social Health Mechanisms in Low-Income Housing Neighborhoods.” Social Science & Medicine. 122: 1-12.

Hong, Seunghye, Wei Zhang, and Emily Walton. 2014. “Neighborhoods and Mental Health: Exploring Ethnic Density, Poverty, and Social Cohesion among Asian Americans and Latinos.” Social Science & Medicine. 111: 117-124.

Walton, Emily. 2012. “Resurgent Ethnicity among Asian Americans: Ethnic Neighborhood Context and Health.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 53: 378-394.

  Walton, Emily. 2017 Forthcoming. “Be a Good Neighbor! Mind (Y)Our Business.” Contexts.

Leu, Janxin, Emily Walton, and David T. Takeuchi. 2011. “Contextualizing Acculturation: Gender, Family, and Community Reception Influences on Asian Immigrant Mental Health.” American Journal of Community Psychology. 48: 168-180.

Walton, Emily, and David T. Takeuchi. 2010. “Family Structure, Family Processes and Well-Being among Asian Americans: Considering Gender and Nativity.” Journal of Family Issues 31:301-332.

Walton, Emily. 2009. “Residential Segregation and Birth Weight among Racial and Ethnic Minorities in the United States.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 50:427-442.

Walton, Emily, David T. Takeuchi, Jerald R. Herting, and Margarita Alegría. 2009. “Contextualizing the Education and Health Status Association: Evidence from a National Study of Asian Americans.” Biodemography and Social Biology 55:30-51.

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Michelle R. Warren

Michelle R. Warren

Philology and the Mirage of Time, editor; special issue of postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies, vol. 5.4 (2014).

Situating the Middle English Prose Brut, editor; special issue of Digital Philology: A Journal of Medieval Cultures, vol. 3.2 (2014).

Creole Medievalism: Colonial France and Joseph Bédier’s Middle Ages  (University of Minnesota Press, 2011).

Arts of Calculation: Quantifying Thought in Early Modern Europe, co-editor with David Glimp (Palgrave Macmillan, 2004).

Postcolonial Moves: Medieval through Modern, co-editor with Patricia Clare Ingham (Palgrave Macmillan, 2003).

History on the Edge: Excalibur and the Borders of Britain, 1100-1300  (University of Minnesota Press, 2000).

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Dennis Charles Washburn

The Tale of Genji, by Murasaki Shikibu, translation (2015)

The Affect of Difference: Representations of Race in East Asian Empire (2016)

Translating Mount Fuji: Modern Japanese Fiction and the Ethics of Identity , (2006)

The Dilemma of the Modern in Japanese Fiction, (1995)

Word and Image in Japanese Cinema, (2000)

Working Words: New Approaches to Japanese Studies, (2014)

Laughing Wolf , by Yuko Tsushima, translation, (2011)

Temple of the Wild Geese/Bamboo Dolls of Echizen, by Tsutomu Mizukami, translation, (2008)

Shanghai, by Yokomitsu Riichi, translation, (2001)

Converting Cultures: Ideology, Religion, and Transformations of Modernity, (2007)

The Shade of Blossoms, by Ooka Shohei, translation, (1998)

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Barbara Will

Barbara Will

Unlikely Collaboration: Gertrude Stein, Bernard Faÿ, and the Vichy Dilemma. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011.

Gertrude Stein, Modernism, and the Problem of “Genius,” Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2000.

The Strange Politics of Gertrude Stein,” Humanities, The Magazine of the National Endowment for the Humanities 33:2 (March-April 2012).

"Thinking Globally? The Idea, Ideology, and Limits of Cosmopolitanism," Remate de Males (Brazil), and ABC (Romania) (February 2011).


"'And Then One Day There Was A War': Gertrude Stein, Children's Literature, and World War II," Children's Literature Association Quarterly 32:4 (November, 2007): 340-53.


"The Great Gatsby and the Obscene Word," College Literature 32.4 (Fall 2005): 125-44.


"Gertrude Stein and Zionism," Modern Fiction Studies 51: 2 (Summer 2005): 437-55.


"Lost in Translation: Stein's Vichy Collaboration," Modernism/modernity 11:4 (November 2004), 651-668.


“Gertrude Stein, Automatic Writing and the Mechanics of Genius,” Forum for Modern Language Studies , 37:2 (2001) 1-9.

"The Nervous Origins of the American Western," American Literature 70:2 (June 1998): 293-316.

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Mark J. Williams

Mark J. Williams

Journal of e-Media Studies, founding editor, (http://journals.dartmouth.edu/joems/) .

Interfaces:Studies in Visual Culture, series co-edited with A Randolph, (http://www.upne.com/series/IVSS.html) .

“Networking Moving Image History: Archives, Scholars, and the Media Ecology Project,” in The Arclight Guidebook to Media History and The Digital Humanities, Charles R. Acland and Eric Hoyt, eds. (2016) http://reframe.sussex.ac.uk/reframebooks/archive2016/the-arclight-guideb...

"Passing for History: Humor and Early Television Historiography" in No Laughing Matter: Visual Humore in Ideas of Race, Nationality, and Ethnicity, Angela Rosentahl, David Bindman, and Adrian Randolph, eds. (2015) 176-200.

“A Child is Being Rescued: Television at the Threshold of the Real,” in Télévision: le moment expérimental (1935-1955), Gilles Delavaud et Denis Maréchal, eds. (2011) 202-213.

“Re-Wiring Media History: Inter-Medial Borders,” in Convergence Media History, Janet Staiger and Sabine Hake, eds. (2009) 46-56.

“Get/Away: Structure and Desire in Rancho Notorious” in Dietrich Icon, Gerd Germunden and Mary Desjardins, eds. (2007) 259-283.

“Real-time Fairy Tales: Cinema Pre-figuring Digital Anxiety,” in New Media: Theories and Practices of Digitextuality, Anna Everett and John Thornton Caldwell, eds. (2003) 159-178.

“History in a Flash: Notes on the Myth of TV ‘Liveness’,” in Collecting Visible Evidence, Jane Gaines and Michael Renov, eds. Visible Evidence Series, 6 (1999) 292-312.

“Entertaining ‘Difference’: Strains of Orientalism in Early Los Angeles Television,” in Living Color: Race, Feminism, and Television, Sasha Torres, ed. (1998) 12-34.

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Melissa F. Zeiger

"'Less Than Perfect': Negotiating Breast Cancer in Popular Romance Novels" (2012)

"Grace Paley's Poetics of Breath" (2009)

 

“Beyond Mourning and Melancholia: AIDS Elegies” Oxford Quarterly , (Spring 1997) 51-72.

Beyond Consolation: Death, Sexuality, and the Changing Shapes of Elegy , (1997).

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