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Graduate – Publications – Student Publications

Adler, Gillian. “Female Intercession and the Shaping of Male Heroism in the Roman d’Enéas and Le chevalier au lion,” Medieval Feminist Forum, 49 no. 2 (2013).

Ardam, Jacquelyn. “The ABCs of Conceptual Writing,” Comparative Literature Studies, 51.1 (2014): 132-158.

—-. “Releasing Daphne: Alice Fulton, Ovid, Trees,” Contemporary Women’s Writing 8.1 (2014): 89-107.

—-. “‘Too Old for Children and Too Young for Grown-ups’: Gertrude Stein’s To Do: A Book of Alphabets and Birthdays,” Modernism/modernity 18.3 (September 2011), 575-595.

Callander, Julia. “‘Attended by a Whole Nation’: The Americas in The Female American.” 1650-1850 18 (2011): 129-49.

—–. “Cannibalism and Communion in Swift’s ‘Receipt to Restore Stella’s Youth,'” SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 54.3 (Summer 2014): 585-604.

Cassarino, Stacie. Zero at the Bone. New Issues Series. Kalamazoo, MI: Western Michigan University, 2009.

—–. “Early Snow.” The New Republic, January 02, 2006: 32.

—–. “Early December, Vermont.” The Massachusetts Review 46.1 (2005): 76.

Couch, Daniel. “Eliza Wharton’s Scraps of Writing: Dissipation and Fragmentation in The Coquette,” Early American Literature 49.3 (Fall 2014): 683-705.

Davis, Vivian. “Dramatizing the Sexual Contract: Congreve and Centlivre,” SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 51.3 (2011): 519-543.

Devine, Michael G. “Where are the War Poets?” The Facts on File Companion to British Poetry, 1900 to the Present, ed. Robert Watson. New York: Facts on File (2009).

—-. “Comfortable Couplets: The (Un)importance of Philip Larkin’s Early Sonnets,” The Indian Review of World Literature2:1 (2006): 1-18.

Fickle, Tara. “Managing Multicultural Lives: Asian American Professionals and the Challenge of Multiple Identities” (review). Journal of Asian American Studies 68.2 (2009): 226-229.

Friedman, Dustin. ““Negative Eroticism: Lyric Performativity and the Sexual Subject in Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Portrait of Mr. W.H.’,” ELH 80.2 (2013), 597-626.

—-. “Aesthetic Cosmopolitanism: Euphuism, Negativity, and Genre in Walter Pater’s Marius the Epicurean.” Pater Newsletter 55/56 (2009): 31-49.

—-. “’Parents of the mind’: Mary Wollstonecraft and the Aesthetics of Productive Masculinity.” Studies in Romanticism48.3 (2009): 423.

—-. “Walter Pater,” The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Literary and Cultural Theory, ed. Michael Ryan. Oxford: Blackwell (2011).

—-. Reviews of Feeling Backward: Loss and the Politics of Queer History by Heather Love and Queer Optimism: Lyric Personhood and Other Felicitous Persuasions byMichael D. Snediker. Textual Practice 24.1 (2010): 275-82.

—-. “Unsettling the Normative: Articulations of Masculinity in Victorian Literature and Culture,” Literature Compass, 7.12 (2010): 1077-88.

Gallagher, Mark Russell. A Review of The Annotated Emerson by David Mikics. Emerson Society Papers 25:1 (Spring 2014): 9.

—-. Review of Thoreau in His Own Time: A Biographical Chronicle of His Life, Drawn from Recollections, Interviews, and Memoirs by Family, Friends, and Associates by Sandra Petrulionis. Thoreau Society Bulletin 286 (Summer 2014): 10-11.

—-. “A Review of Walden Warming: Climate Change Comes to Thoreau’s Woods by Richard B. Primack.” Thoreau Society Bulletin 288 (Winter, 2015): 7-8.

—-. “The Year in Conferences: American Studies Association Conference.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 61.1 (Winter 2015): 114-21.

—-. “Vermont’s Uncommon School: An Interview with Matthew Schlein of The Walden Project.”  Thoreau Society Bulletin 289 (Spring 2015): 1-4.

—-. “The Identification of Thoreau’s ‘Booby.’” Thoreau Society Bulletin 290 (Summer 2015): 5.

Goodhue, Elizabeth. “At the Margins of Menippean Dialogue: Sarah Fielding’s ‘History of Anna Boleyn’ and the Muted Female Figures of Lucian’s Satiric Underworld,” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 29.2

—-. “When Yorick Takes His Tea; Or, the Commerce of Consumptive Passions in the Case of Laurence Sterne,”Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 6.1 (2006): 51-43.

Gottlieb, Christine. “Middleton’s Traffic in Dead Women: Chaste Corpses as Property in The Revenger’s Tragedy andThe Lady’s Tragedy.” English Literary Renaissance (May, 2015). Forthcoming.

Gudas, Eric. Best Western and Other Poems. Eugene, OR: Silverfish Review Press, 2010.

—. “Jane Cooper” and “Larry Levis.”The Greenwood Encyclopedia of American Poetry, edited by Jeffrey H. Gray, James McCorkle, and Mary Balkun. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press (2005).

—-. “More Than Human Things.” Review of Selected Poetry byRobinson Jeffers Selected Poetry, ed. Tim Hunt. Poetry Flash, 294/295 (Summer/Fall 2005). Reprinted on-line: http://www.poetryflash.org/archive.294_295.Gudas.html

—-. Review of John Clare: A Biography and ‘I Am’: The Selected Poetry of John Clare byJonathan Bate, and Major Works by John Clare, ed. Eric Robinson. The Bloomsbury Review 25.2 (2005): 11-13.

—-. Review of Collected Poems by Philip Larkin, ed. Anthony Thwaite. The Bloomsbury Review 25.1(2005): 26-27.

—-. “An Interview with Jane Cooper.” The Iowa Review 25:1 (1995). Reprinted in Poetry for Students Vol. 25, ed. Anne Marie Hacht. Detroit: Gale (2006).

Guzman, Georgina, and Alicia Gaspar de Alba, editors. Making of a Killing: Femicide, Free Trade, and La Frontera.University of Texas Press. 2010.

Hernandez, Alex Eric. “Tragedy and the Economics of Providence in Richardson’s Clarissa,” Eighteenth Century Fiction 22 (2010): 599-630.

—-. “Commodity and Religion in Pope’s The Rape of the Lock,” SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 48 (2008): 569-584.

Lowenstein, Adam Seth. “What Looking Backward Doesn’t See.” Utopian Studies 22, 1 (Winter 2011): 143-166.

—-. “‘Surprises that struck the hour’: The Tragic Muse and the Modernizing of the Jamesian Serial.” The Henry James Review 32.2 (Summer 2011): 140-159.

—-. “Not a Novel, Not Even a Well-Ordered Story”: Formal Experimentation and Psychological Innovation in Sarah Grand’s The Heavenly Twins,” Studies in the Novel 39.4 (2007): 431-447.

—-. “Frantic Panoramas: American Literature and Mass Culture 1870-1920″ (review), Modern Fiction Studies 56. 2 (2010): 420-423.

Moore, Kevin. “Parting at the Windmills: Malamud’s ‘The Fixer’ as Historical Metafiction.” Arizona Quarterly 69.1 (Spring 2013). 91-118.

Morphew, Jason. “Never Settle.”  Claremont Graduate University.  Foothill:  A Journal of Poetry, Volume 4, Number 1 (Summer 2014).

—–. Erotic System: A Series of Poems: “Leslie,” This Morning I Have,” “Since the sundown has nothing on you,” “Family Life,” “Marriage.” New York University. Anamesa: An Interdisciplinary Journal, Spring 2015.

—-. In Order to Commit Suicide. Floating Wolf Quarterly Chapbooks. Web. 8 (March 2012).

—–. Interview. Quarterly West, 75. Salt Lake City: University of Utah (2012).

Nicholson, Michael. “The Itinerant ‘I’: John Clare’s Lyric Defiance.” ELH (forthcoming).

—-. “William Wordsworth’s ‘Rural Architecture’: Local Lyric and Cumbrian Culture in Lyrical Ballads (1800).” Genre(forthcoming).

Pulizzi, James, and N. Katherine Hayles. “Narrating Consciousness: Language, Media and Embodiment,” History of the Human Sciences, 23.3 (2010): 131-148.

Raisanen, Elizabeth. “‘Speech / is your fit weapon’: Mary Russell Mitford’s Rienzi and the Gendering of Speech Acts,”European Romantic Review 22.2 (2011): 209-233.

Reed, Christian. “The Bachelor and the Orphan.” Leviathan: A Journal of Melville Studies 12.1 (March 2015): 1-25.

Reeves, James Bryant. “Untimely Old Age and Deformity in Sarah Scott’s Millenium Hall,” Eighteenth-Century Fiction27.2 (Winter 2014-5): 229-256.

—-. “Posthumous Presence in Richardson’s Clarissa,” SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 53.3 (Summer 2013): 601-621.

Schmidt, Jeremy. “U.S. Census of 2010,” The Believer 9.4 (2011): 50-51

Suzuki, Erin. “Haunted Homelands: Negotiating Locality in Father of the Four Passages,” Modern Fiction Studies, 56.1 (Spring 2010): 160-182.

Tung, Shirley F. “Self-Murder, Female Agency and Manuscripts ‘Mangle’d and Falsify’d’: Lady Mary Wortley Montagu’s ‘1736. Address’d To –’ and The London Magazine,” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 38.1 (March 2015): 115-34.

—-. “Dead Man Talking: James Boswell, Ghostwriting, and the Dying Speech of John Reid.” Huntington Library Quarterly 77.1 (Spring 2014): 59-78.

—-. “Some Current Publications.” Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660-1700 36.2 (Fall 2012): 71-96.

Verini, Alexandra Cassatt. “Reading Between the Lines: Female Friendship in Osbern Bokenham’s Life of St Katherine of Alexandria.” Magistra: Women’s Spirituality in History 17 (2011): 53-70.

Wang, Fuson. “Cosmopolitanism and the Radical Politics of Exile in Charlotte Smith’s Desmond.” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 25.1 (2012): 37-59. Print.

—-. “We Must Live Elsewhere: The Social Construction of Natural Immunity in Mary Shelley’s The Last Man.”European Romantic Review. 22.2: 235-55 (2011). Print.

—-. Book Review of Adriana Craciun’s British Women Writers and the French Revolution: Citizens of the World (2005).Women’s Studies 40.4 (2011): 557-61. Print.

—-. “Romantic Disease Discourse: Disability, Immunity, and Literature.” Nineteenth-Century Contexts 33.5 (2011): 467-82. Print.

Wilhelm, Lindsay. “‘Looking South’: Envisioning the European South in North and South.” Studies in the Novel 46.4 (Winter 2014): 406-422.

Wong, Amy R. “Town-Talk and the Cause Célèbre of Robert Browning’s The Ring and the Book,” Modern Philology(forthcoming)

—-. “Arthur Conan Doyle’s ‘Great New Adventure Story’: Journalism in The Lost World,” Studies in the Novel(forthcoming)

—-. “The Poetics of Talk in Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island,” Studies in English Literature 54.4 (Autumn 2014): 901-22.

Zhang, Allen. Review of the book Scars by José Saer. Make Magazine. Web (2011).

—-. Review of the book Imaginary Games by Christopher Bateman. Make Magazine. Web (2011).

—-. Review of the book Gothicka: Vampire Heroes, Human Gods, and the New Supernatural by Victorian Nelson. Make Magazine. Web (2012).