Recent Faculty Publications, N–Z

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Recent Faculty Publications, A–M


Judith W. Page
  • “Dorothy Wordsworth.” William Wordsworth in Context. Ed. Andrew Bennett. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2015. 19–26.
  • “Gender and Sexuality.” Oxford Handbook of William Wordsworth. Ed. Richard Gravil and Daniel Robinson. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2015. 647–66.
  • “Estates.” The Cambridge Companion to Pride and Prejudice. Ed. Janet Todd. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2013. 97–108.
  • “‘The Lonely Hills:’ Beatrix Potter, William Wordsworth, and the Lakeland Landscape.” Grasmere 2012. Humanities-Ebooks, 2012. 87–103.
  • “Dorothy Wordsworth’s Journals and the Aesthetics of Travel; Or, Nature and Art on Three Island Gardens,” Romanticism: Life, Literature and Landscape, a digital resource, Adam Matthew Digital (2012).
  • “Edmund Kean.” The Encyclopedia of Romantic Literature, ed. Frederick Burwick, et al., Wiley-Blackwell, 2012: vol. 2, pp. 698–704.
  • “Susanna Blamire's Ecological Imagination: Stoklewath or the Cumbrian Village.” Women's Writing 18:3 (August 2011): 387–406.
  • (With Elise L. Smith) Women, Literature, and the Domesticated Landscape: England's Disciples of Flora, 1780-1870. Cambridge University Press, 2011.
  • “Grace Aguilar’s Victorian Romanticism: Records of Israel (1844).” Romanticism/Judaica: A Convergence of Cultures. Ed. Sheila A Spector. Ashgate, 2011. 85–99.
  • Review of Nadia Valman’s The Jewess in Nineteenth Century British Literary Culture. Women’s Writing 16 (2009).
  • “Dorothy Wordsworth’s ‘gratitude to insensate things’: Gardening in the Grasmere Journals.”The Wordsworth Circle 39 (Winter/Spring 2008).
  • “Learning How to See: Maria Elizabeth Jacson’s Botanical Dialogues (1797) and the Tradition of Women’s Botanical Writing.” The Female Spectator 12 (Spring 2008).
  • Review of Alyson Pendlebury’s Portraying ‘the Jew’ in First World War Britain.AJS Review 31 (2007): 427–30.
  • Review of Eitan Bar-Yosef’s The Holy Land in English Culture, 1799–1917: Palestine and the Question of Orientalism.Review of English Studies 57 (2006): 838–40.
  • “Reforming Honeysuckles: Hannah More’s Coelebs in Search of a Wife and the Politics of Women’s Gardens.” The Keats-Shelley Journal (2006): 111–36.
  • “Anglo-Jewish Identity and the Politics of Cultivation in Hazlitt, Aguilar, and Disraeli.” The Jews and British Romanticism: Politics, Religion, Culture. Palgrave, 2005. 149–64.
  • Imperfect Sympathies: Jews and Judaism in British Romantic Literature and Culture. Palgrave, 2004.
  • “‘Hath not a Jew eyes?’: Edmund Kean and the Sympathetic Shylock.” The Wordsworth Circle (2003): 216–19.
  • “Gender and Domesticity.” The Cambridge Companion to Wordsworth. Ed. Stephen Gill. Cambridge University Press, 2003. 125–41.
  • “Neatly-Penned Memorials: Dora Wordsworth’s Journal of 1828 and the Community of Authorship.” A/B: Autobiography Studies 17 (2002): 65–80.
  • “Hyman Hurwitz’s Hebrew Tales (1826): Redeeming the Talmudic Garden.” British Romanticism and the Jews: History, Culture, Literature. Ed. Sheila A. Spector. Palgrave, 2002. 197–213.
  • “Maria Edgeworth’s Harrington: From Shylock to Shadowy Peddlers.” The Wordsworth Circle 32 (2001): 9–13.
  • “‘Nor yet redeemed from scorn’: Wordsworth and the Jews.” The Journal of English and Germanic Philology. (October 2000): 537–54.
  • Wordsworth and the Cultivation of Women. University of California Press, 1995.
Wordsworth and the Cultivation of Women Imperfect Sympathies: Jews and Judaism in British Romantic Literature and Culture
Women, Literature, and the Domesticated Landscape

Padgett Powell
  • You & Me. Ecco, 2012.
  • You & I. Serpent’s Tail, 2011.
  • “Christmas with Pinkie.”Men’s Journal (December 2010/January 2011).
  • The Interrogative Mood: A Novel? Ecco, 2009.
  • Mrs. Hollingsworth’s Men. Houghton-Mifflin, 2000.
  • Edisto Revisited. Henry Holt & Company, 1996.
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Robert Ray
  • Walden X 40: Essays on Thoreau. Indiana University Press, 2011.
  • “Dont Know About You.” New England Review 32.3 (2011).
  • The ABCs of Classic Hollywood. Oxford University Press, 2008.
  • “Film Studies and the Problems of the New Century.” New England Review 27.4 (2006): 106–20.
  • “Critical Senility vs. Overcomprehension: Rock Criticism and the Lesson of the Avant-Garde.” Pop Music and the Press. Ed. Steve Jones. Temple University Press, 2002. 72–78.
  • “The Automatic Auteur, or, A Certain Tendency in Film Criticism.” Directed by Allen Smithee. Eds. Jeremy Braddock and Stephen Hock. University of Minnesota Press, 2001. 51–75.
  • How a Film Theory Got Lost, and Other Mysteries in Cultural Studies. Indiana University Press, 2001.
  • “Mystery Trains.” Sight and Sound, November 2000: 12–13.
  • The Avant-Garde Finds Andy Hardy. Harvard University Press, 1995.
The Avant-Garde Finds Andy HardyWalden X 40 How a Film Theory Got Lost and Other Mysteries of Cultural Studies
The ABCs of Classic Hollywood

Mark A. Reid
  • Review of Christopher Sieving’s Soul Searching: Black-Themed Cinema From the March on Washington to the Rise of Blaxploitation, Film & History: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and Television Studies 43.1 (Spring 2013): 34-35.
  • “Quand les femmes noires s’intéressent aux hommes blancs." Minorities in American Cinema, ed. Anne Crémieux. Paris : CinémAction/L’Harmattan (2012).
  • “Reading Clifford’s Blues and Blacks in Germany in PostNegritude Time.” From Black to Schwarz: Cultural Crossovers between African America and Germany, eds. Maria I. Diedrich and Jürgen Heinrichs. Michigan State University Press, 2011.
  • Review of Stephane Dunn’s “Baad Bitches” and Sassy Supermamas: Black Power Action Film.The Journal of American Ethnic History 29.2 (Winter 2010): 116–18.
  • Review of Cedric Robinson’s Forgeries of Memory and Meaning: Blacks and the Regimes of Race in American Theater and Film before World War II. The North Carolina Historical Review 86.3 (July 2009): 368–69.
  • Memorial to the deceased African American documentary filmmaker St. Clair Bourne. Black Camera 22:2/23:1 (Spring 2008): 96–97.
  • Review of Krin Gabbard’s Black Magic: White Hollywood and African American Culture. Film Quarterly 61.1 (2007).
  • “Dialogic Modes of Representing Africa(s): Womanist Film.” The Womanist Reader: The First Quarter Century of Womanist Thought. Ed. Layli Philips. Routledge, 2006: 193–206. Rpt. of 1991 article.
  • Black Lenses, Black Voices: African American Film Now. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, 2005.
  • “Haile Gerima: ‘Sacred shield of culture.’” Contemporary American Independent Film: From the Mainstream to the Margins. Eds. Chris Holmlund and Justin Wyatt. Routledge, 2004. 141–53.
  • “‘Spike’ Shelton Jackson Lee.” African American National Biography. Eds. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. and Evelyn Higginbotham. Oxford UP, 2004.
  • “Paul Robeson: Songs of Freedom.” African Americans in Cinema: The First Half Century. Ed. Phyllis R. Klotman. University of Illinois Press, 2003.
  • “A Few Black Keys and Maori Tattoos: Re-reading Jane Campion’s The Piano in PostNegritude Time.” Quarterly Review of Film and Video 17.2 (2000): 107–16.
  • Review of Struggles for Representation: African-American Documentary Film and Video. American Literature 724 (2000): 894–95.
  • “New Wave Black Cinema in the 1990s.” Film Genre 2000: New Critical Essays. Ed. Wheeler Winston Dixon. State University of New York Press, 2000. 12–28.
  • “Literary Forces Encouraging the Use of Black Writers.” Film and Literature: An Introduction and Reader. Ed. Timothy Corrigan. Temple Univ. Press, 1999. 305–17.
  • “Border Crossing and Métissage.”Des Modèles en question. Villes, cultures, citoyenneté en Amérique du Nord. Eds. Catherine Pouzoulet and Jacques Portes. Lille, France: Université Charles-de-Gaulles-Lille-3, 1998. 225–34.
  • “PostNegritude Reappropriation and the Black Male Nude: The Photography of Rotimi Fani-Kayode.” The Passionate Camera: Photography and Bodies of Desire. Ed. Deborah Bright. Routledge, 1998. 216–28.
  • “Race, Working-Class Consciousness, and Dreaming in African: Song of Freedom and Jericho.” In Paul Robeson: Artist and Citizen. Ed. Jeffrey C. Stewart. Rutgers UP, 1999. 165–76.
  • “African-American Cultural Studies: PostNegritude, nationalism and neo-conservatism.” Trajectories: Inter-Asia Cultural Studies. Ed. Kuan-Hsing Chen. Routledge 1998. 263–79.
  • “African Cinema Today: Interview with Mark Reid.” Nka: Journal of Contemporary Art 9 (Fall-Winter, 1998): 58–61.
  • Review of Gwendolyn Audrey Foster’sWomen Filmmakers of the African and Asian Diaspora: Decolonizing the Gaze, Locating Subjectivity.Film Quarterly 51.4 (Summer 1998): 62–64.
  • Spike Lee’s ‘Do the Right Thing’. Cambridge University Press, 1997.
  • Postnegritude Visual and Literary Culture. State University of New York Press, 1997.
  • “Oscar Micheaux.”The Oxford History of World Cinema, 1895-1995. Ed. Geoffrey Nowell-Smith. Oxford UP, 1996. 499.
  • “Colonial Observations: Interview with Claire Denis.” Jump Cut 40 (1996): 67–73.
  • “The Brand X of PostNegritude Frontiers.” Film Criticism 20.1/2 (Fall/Winter 1995–96): 17–25.
  • “Dialogic Modes of Representing Africa(s): Womanist Film.”Cinemas of the Black Diaspora. Ed. Michael T. Martin. Wayne State UP, 1995. 56–69.
  • “Producing African Cinema in Paris.”Cinemas of the Black Diaspora. Ed. Michael T. Martin. Wayne State UP, 1995. 346–53.
  • “The Black Gangster Film.” In Film Genre Reader II. Ed. Barry K. Grant. University of Texas Press, 1995. 456–73.
  • “African-American Filmmakers.”The Political Companion to American Film. Ed. Gary Crowdus. Lake View Press, 1994. 3-9.
  • Review of Jan Nederveen Pieterse’s White on Black: Images of Africa and Blacks in Western Popular Culture. Research in African Literatures 25.1 (1994): 101–03.
  • Redefining Black Film. University of California Press, 1993.
  • “African Cinema Now.” Modern Days, Ancient Nights: Thirty Years of African Filmmaking, a catalog (NY: Film Society of Lincoln Center, 1993): 13–14.
  • “Rebirth of a Nation.” Southern Exposure 20.4 (1992): 26–28.
  • “Two French-Antillean Filmmakers: Willy Rameau and Julius Amédé Laou.”Ex-Iles: Essays on Caribbean Cinema. Ed. Mbye B. Cham. Africa World Press, 1992. 315–39.
  • “The Photography of Rotimi Fani-Kayode.” Wide Angle 14.2 (1992): 38–51.
  • Review of Isaac Julien and Colin MacCabe’s Diary of A Young Soul Rebel. Film Quarterly 46.2 (Winter 1992): 56–57.
  • Review of Screenplays of the African American Experience, ed. Phyllis Rauch Klotman. Film Quarterly 46.2 (Winter 1992): 60–61.
  • “Dialogic Modes of Representing Africa(s): Womanist Film.” Black American Literature Forum 25.2 (1991): 375–88.
  • “And Shine Filmed on.” Jump Cut 36 (1991): 43–46.
  • “Producing African Cinema in Paris.” Jump Cut 36 (1991): 47–51.
  • “The U.S. Black Family Film.” Jump Cut 36 (1991): 81–88.
  • Review of Blacks in Film and Television: A Pan-African Bibliography of Film, Filmmakers, and Performers, comp. John Gray. Research in African Literatures 22.4 (1991): 229–32.
  • Review of Melvin and Mario Van Peebles’s No Identity Crisis: A Father and Son’s Own Story of Working Together. Film Quarterly 46.4 (Summer 1991): 30–31.
  • Review of Blackframes: Critical Perspectives on Black Independent Cinema, eds. Mbye Cham and Claire Andrade Watkins. Film Quarterly 44.3 (Spring 1991): 59–60.
  • Review of Keyan Tomaselli’s Cinema of Apartheid: Race and Class in South African Film. Film Quarterly 43.3 (Spring 1990): 60–61.
  • “Recent Writing on Black Film.” Black Film Review 5.2 (1989): 18–19.
  • Review of Houston A. Baker Jr.’s Modernism and the Harlem Renaissance. Criticism 31.2 (1989) 204–06.
  • (Edited with Janine Euvrard, Francis Bordat, Raphaël Bassant) Le Cinéma noir Américain. Paris: CinémAction, 1988.
  • “Les Premiers Indépendants Noirs.” In Le Cinéma noir-américain. Eds. Mark A. Reid et al. CinémAction, 1988. 35–39.
  • “The Black Action Film: The End of the Patiently Enduring Black Hero.” Film History 2.1 (1988): 23–36.
  • “Pioneer Black Filmmaker: The Achievement of Oscar Micheaux.” Black Film Review 4.2 (1988): 6–7.
Black Lenses, Black Voices: African American Film Now Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing
Postnegritude Visual and Literary Culture Postnegritude Visual and Literary Culture
Le Cinema noir americain

Leah Rosenberg
  • “The Prose of Creolization: Brathwaite’s The Development of Creole Society and Subaltern Historiography.” Words, Sound and Power. Ed. Annie Paul. The University of West Indies Press, 2007.
  • Nationalism and the Formation of Caribbean Literature. Palgrave Macmillan, 2007.
  • “Modern Romances: The Short Stories of Una Marson’s Cosmopolitan (1928–1931).” The Journal of West Indian Literature 12.1–2 (2004): 170–83.
  • “Caribbean Models for Modernism in the Work of Claude McKay and Jean Rhys.” Modernism/Modernity 11.2 (2004): 219–38.
  • “Una Marson’s “Pocomania” (1938): Class, Gender, and the Pitfalls of Cultural Nationalism.” Essays in Theatre Studies 20.1 (2004): 27–42.
  • “Man Sweet, Woman Stronger: Calypso’s War with Yard Fiction.” The Journal of West Indian Literature 9.2 (2001): 18–50.
Nationalism and the Formation of Caribbean Literature

Peter L. Rudnytsky
  • “Dissociation and Decapitation.” With a response by David Norbrook. Trauma and Transformation: the Political Progress of John Bunyan. Ed. Vera J. Camden. Stanford University Press, 2008. 14–35.
  • Review of Judy Leopold Kantrowitz’s Writing about Patients: Responsibilities, Risks, and Ramifications. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 55 (2007): 1401–15.
  • Review International Dictionary of Psychoanalysis, (Alain de Mijolla, ed., 3 vols.) Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 55 (2007): 371–79.
  • “True Confessions in Operation Shylock.Philip Roth Studies 3 (2007): 26–43.
  • “Something Rotten in the Gator Nation.” The Gainesville Sun, September 17, 2006, p. 2G.
  • “Rescuing Psychoanalysis from Freud: The Common Project of Stekel, Jung, and Ferenczi.” Psychoanalysis and History 8 (2006): 123–57.
  • Goodbye, Columbus: Roth’s Portrait of the Narcissist as a Young Man,” Twentieth-Century Literature 51 (2005): 25–42.
  • Review of Roger Willoughby’s Masud Khan: the Myth and the Reality. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association 53 (2005): 1365–71.
  • Reading Psychoanalysis: Freud, Rank, Ferenczi, Groddeck. Cornell University Press, 2002.
  • Psychoanalytic Conversations: Interviews with Clinicians, Commentators, and Critics. The Analytic Press, 2000.
  • (Ed. with Andrew Gordon)Psychoanalyses/Feminisms. State University of New York Press, 2000.
  • (With Antal Bókay and Patrizia Giampieri-Deutsch)Ferenczi’s Turn in Psychoanalysis. New York University Press, 2000.
American Imago Psychoanalyses/Feminisms
Ferenczi's Turn in Psychoanalysis Psychoanalytic Conversations: Interviews with Clinicians, Commentators, and Critics
Reading Psychoanalysis: Freud, Rank, Ferenczi, Groeddel


Raúl Sánchez
  • “Outside the Text: Retheorizing Empiricism and Identity.” College English 74.3 (January 2012).
  • The Function of Theory in Composition Studies. State University of New York Press, 2005.
  • “Composition’s Ideological Apparatus: A Critique.” JAC 21 (2001): 741–59.
The Function of Theory in Composition Studies

Jodi Schorb
  • Reading Prisoners: Literature, Literacy, and the Transformation of American Punishment, 1700-1845. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, forthcoming October 2014.
  • Review Essay, “Punishment's Prisms: Execution and Eighteenth Century Print Culture”. Early American Literature. 47:3 (2012): 461-476.
  • “Reading Prisoners on the Scaffold: Literacy in an Era of Disciplinary Spectacle.” Buried Lives: Incarcerated in Early America. Eds. Michele Lise Tarter and Richard Bell. University of Georgia Press, 2012.
  • “Hard-Hearted Women: Sentiment and the Scaffold.” Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 28.2 (2011). 290–311.
  • Review of Paul Kahan’s Eastern State Penitentiary: A History.The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 134 (January 2010): 95–7.
  • “Masters of their Domain,” review of Thomas Foster, Sex and the Eighteenth Century Man: Massachusetts and the History of Sexuality in America. GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies 15:3 (Summer 2009): 516–18.
  • “Seeing Other-Wise: Reading a Pequot Indian Execution Narrative.” Early Native Literacies in New England: A Documentary and Critical Anthology. Eds. Kristina Bross & Hilary Wyss. University of Massachusetts Press, 2008. 142–61.
  • “Uncleanliness is Next to Godliness: Sexuality, Salvation, and the Early American Woman’s Execution Narrative.” Puritan Origins of American Sex: Religion, Sexuality, and National Identity in American Culture. Eds. Nicholas Radel, Tracy Fessenden, and Magdalena Zaborowsky. Routledge, 2000. 72–92.
  • (With Tania Hammidi) “Sho-Lo Showdown: The Do’s and Don’ts of Lesbian Chic.” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 19.2 (2000): 255–68.
Reading Prisoners: Literature, Literacy, and the Transformation of American Punishment, 1700-1845.

Malini Johar Schueller
  • “Negotiations of Benevolent (Colonial) Tutelage in Carlos Bulosan.” Interventions 18 iii (2016):422–449.
  • Dir. In His Own Home (2015). Documentary. 30 min. Dist. Indiepix Films (Best Documentary Short Award, 14th Urban Mediamakers Film Festival, Atlanta, October 2015; Short Film Special Recognition Award, (In)Justice For All Film Festival, Chicago, April 2015).
  • “Colonial Management, Collaborative Dissent: English Readers in the Philippines and Camilo Osias, 1905–1932.” Journal of Asian American Studies 17 ii (June 2014):161–198.
  • “Cross-Cultural Identification, Neoliberal Feminism, and Afghan Women.” Genders (Spring 2011).
  • Review of Judie Newman’s Fictions of America: Narratives of Global Empire.Journal of American Studies 43.1 (April 2009).
  • “The Borders and Limits of American Studies: A Picture from Beirut.” American Quarterly (December 2009): 837–54.
  • “‘Traveling Back’ to India: Globalization as Imperialism in Pico Iyer’s Video Night in Kathmandu.”Journeys: The International Journal of Travel and Travel Writing 10.1 (2009): 29–50.
  • “Decolonizing Global Theories Today: Hardt and Negri, Agamben, Butler” Interventions 11.2 (2009): 235–54.
  • (Ed. with Ashley Dawson) Dangerous Professors: Academic Freedom and the National Security Campus. University of Michigan Press, 2009.
  • Locating Race: Global Sites of Post-Colonial Citizenship. SUNY Press, 2009.
  • “Orientalizing American Studies.”American Quarterly 60.2 (June 2008): 481–89.
  • (Ed. with Ashley Dawson) “The Perils of Academic Freedom,” special issue of Social Text 25.1 (2007). “Area Studies and Multicultural Imperialism: The Project of Decolonizing Knowledge” also appears in the issue: 41–62.
  • (Ed. with Ashley Dawson) Exceptional State: Contemporary US Culture and the New Imperialism. Duke University Press, 2007.
  • “Techno-Dominance and Torturegate: The Making of US Imperialism.” Exceptional State: Contemporary US Culture and Imperialism. Eds. Ashley Dawson and Malini Johar Schueller. Duke University Press, 2007. 162–90.
  • “Orientalism.” American History Through Literature, 1820–1870. Eds. Janet Gabler-Hover and Robert Sattelmeyer. Scribner’s Press, 2006. 838–42.
  • “Analogy and (White) Feminist Theory: Thinking Race and the Color of the Cyborg Body.” Signs 31.1 (2005): 63–92.
  • “Claiming Postcolonial America: The Hybrid Asian-American Performances of Tseng Kwong Chi.” Asian North American Subjectivities: Beyond the Hyphen. Eds. Eleanor Ty and Donald C. Goellnicht. Indiana University Press, 2004. 170–85.
  • “Postcolonial American Studies.” American Literary History 16.1 (2004): 162–75.
  • “Articulations of African-Americanism in South Asian Postcolonial Theory: Globalism, Localism and the Question of Race.” Cultural Critique 55 (2003): 35–62.
  • (Ed. with Edward Watts) Messy Beginnings: Postcoloniality and Early American Studies. Rutgers University Press, 2003.
  • “Nation, Missionary Women, and the Race of True Womanhood.”Messy Beginnings: Postcoloniality and Early American Studies. Eds. Mailini Schueller and Edward Watts. Rutgers Univ. Press, 2003. 155–75.
  • “Theorizing Ethnicity and Subjectivity: Maxine Hong Kingston’s Tripmaster Monkey and Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck Club.” Modern Critical Interpretation: Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck Club. Ed. Harold Bloom. Chelsea House, 2002.
  • “The Postcolonial Scene in the United States.” Edinburgh Encyclopaedia of Literary Criticism and Theory Since 1940. Ed. Julian Wolfreys. Edinburgh University Press, 2002. 550–58.
  • Review of Janet Gabler-Hoover’s Dreaming Black, Writing White: The Hagar Myth in American Cultural History. American Literature (2001): 192–94.
  • (Ed. and Intro.) David F. Door, A Colored Man Round the World. University of Michigan Press, 1999.
  • “Performing Whiteness, Performing Blackness: Dorr’s Cultural Capital and the Critique of Slavery.” Criticism 41.2 (1999): 233–56.
  • U.S. Orientalisms: Race, Nation and Gender in Literature, 1790–1890. University of Michigan Press, 1998.
  • “Harems, Orientalist Subversions, and the Crisis of Nationalism: The case of Poe and Ligeia.” Criticism 37.4 (Fall 1995): 601–23.
  • “Indians, Polynesians and Empire Making: The Case of Herman Melville.” Genealogy and Literature. Ed. Lee Quinby, University of Minnesota Press, 1995. 48–67.
  • “Multiculturalism as a Strategy of Reading.” Prose Studies 17.1 (April 1994): 1–20.
  • “Colonialism and Melville’s South Seas Journeys." Studies in American Fiction 22.1 (Spring 1994): 3–18.
  • The Politics of Voice: Liberalism and Social Criticism from Franklin to Kingston. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1992.
  • “Theorizing Ethnicity and Subjectivity: Maxine Hong Kingston’s Tripmaster Monkey and Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck Club.” Genders 15 (Winter 1992): 72–85.
  • “Containing the Third World: John Updike’s The Coup.” Modern Fiction Studies, Updike Special Issue, 37 (Spring 1991): 113–28.
  • “Questioning Race and Gender Definitions: Dialogic Subversions in The Woman Warrior.” Criticism 31.4 (1989): 421–37.
  • “Authorial Discourse and Pseudo-Dialogue in Franklin’s Autobiography.” Early American Literature 22.1 (1987): 94–107.
Messy Beginnings A Colored Man Round the World
Exceptional State: Contemporary U.S. Culture and the New Imperialism U.S. Orientalisms: Race, Nation and Gender in Literature, 1790–1890
Dangerous Professors: Academic Freedom and the National Security Campus Localating Race: Global Sites of Post-Colonial Citizenship

R. Allen Shoaf
  • Review of Lucretius: Poetry, Philosophy, Science. (A. Lehoux, D. Morrison, & Alison Sharrock, eds.) Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 2013.10.38. <>
  • Lucretius and Shakespeare on the Nature of Things. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014.
  • (Co-founding Editor) Exemplaria.
  • “Coop” and “The Crack” appeared in Poetry South, and “Coop” has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.
  • “From Clio to JHMuse©: On the Muse of Digitalia,” in The Post-Historical Middle Ages, eds. Elizabeth Scala and Sylvia Federico. Palgrave, 2009. 215–28.
  • “‘By winning words to conquer willing hearts’: Miltonic Strategies of Alliteration in Paradise Regained and Suggestions for Teaching Them.” MLA volume on Approaches to Teaching Milton’s Shorter Poetry and His Prose, ed. Peter C. Herman. MLA, 2007. 185–88.
  • Shakespeare’s Theater of Likeness. New Academia Publishing, 2006.
  • Review of The Rhetorical Poetics of the Middle Ages: Reconstructive Polyphony: Essays in Honor of Robert O. Payne (John M. Hill and Deborah M. Sinnreich-Levi, eds.) Studies in the Age of Chaucer 23 (2002): 555–59.
  • Review of Eric Jager’s The Book of the Heart. The Journal of English and Germanic Philology 101 (2002): 240–42.
  • Chaucer’s Body: The Anxiety of Circulation in “The Canterbury Tales.” University Press of Florida, 2001.
  • The Dante Encyclopedia, ed. Richard H. Lansing (New York: Garland, 2000). Articles on “Albero da Siena” (10); “Capocchio” (141); “Commedia: Allegory and Realism” (194–97); “Demophoön” (298); “Erichtho” (355–56); “Geri di Bello” (433); “Niccolo of Siena” (648); “Stricca” (800).
  • (Ed.) Thomas Usk: The Testament of Love. Medieval Institute Publications, 1998.
Exemplaria Shakeseare’s Theater of Likeness
The Testament of Love Chaucer’s Body

Stephanie A. Smith
  • Content Burns. Thames River Press, 2014.
  • Baby Rocket. Thames River Press, 2013.
  • Warpaint. Thames River Press, 2012.
  • Review of Transcending the New Woman: Multiethnic Narratives in the Progressive Era by Charlotte J. Rich. American Literary Realism 43.1 (Fall 2010).
  • Review essay of Karen Woods Weierman’s One Nation, One Blood: Interracial Marriage in American Fiction, Scandal and Law 1820–1870, David R. Shumway’s Modern Love: Romance, Intimacy and the Marriage Crisis and Florence Dore’s The Novel and the Obscene: Sexual Subjects in American Modernism.American Literature 81.4 (December 2009).
  • “Octavia Butler: A Retrospective.” Feminist Studies 33.2 (2007): 385–93.
  • Review of Reclaiming Authorship: Literary Women in America, 1850–1900. New England Quarterly (September 2007).
  • “Harriet Jacobs: A Case of Authentication.” The Cambridge Companion to The African American Slave Narrative. Ed. Audrey Fisch. Cambridge University Press, 2007.
  • “A Most Ambiguous Citizen: Samuel R. ‘Chip’ Delany.” American Literary History 19.2 (2006).
  • “Fashion.” American History through Literature, 1870–1920. Eds. Tom Quirk and Gary Scharnhorst. Scribner’s Press, 2006.
  • Household Words: Bloomers, Sucker, Bombshell, Scab, Nigger, Cyber. University of Minnesota Press, 2006.
  • “Melville and the Sea.” A Companion to American Fiction 1780–1865. Ed. Shirley Samuels. Blackwell, 2004.
  • “Genetics.” Glossalalia. Ed. Julian Wolfreys. Edinburgh University Press, 2003.
  • “Scab.” Keywords: A Journal of Cultural Materialism 4 (2003).
  • “Antebellum Politics and Women’s Writing.” The Cambridge Companion to 19th Century American Women’s Writing. Eds. Dale Bauer and Philip Gould. Cambridge University Press, 2002.
  • “Cyber(genetics).” Genealogie und Genetik. Akademie Verlag, November 2001.
  • “Bombshell.” Body Politics and the Fictional Double. Indiana University Press, 2000.
  • Conceived By Liberty: Maternal Figures and Nineteenth-Century American Literature. Cornell University Press, 1995.
  • Other Nature. St. Martin’s Press, 1995.
  • Snow-Eyes. Atheneum, 1985; DAW, 1988.
  • The Boy Who Was Thrown Away. Atheneum 1987; DAW 1989.
Content Burns Baby Rocket
Warpaint Household Words
Other Nature Conceived By Liberty: Maternal Figures and Nineteenth-Century American Literature

Chris Snodgrass
  • “Keeping Faith: Consistency and Paradox in the World View of Michael Field.” Michael Field and Their World, eds. Margaret Stetz and Cheryl A. Wilson. Rivendale Press, 2009. 171–80.
  • Review of Cambridge Companion to the Fin de Siècle, ed. Gail Marshall. English Literature in Transition, 1880–1920 52.2 (Spring 2009): 231–36.
  • “Wilde’s Salome: Turning ‘the Monstrous Beast’ into a Tragic Hero.” Oscar Wilde: The Man, His Writings, and His World. Ed. Robert N. Keane. AMS Press, 2003.
  • “A Review of Allison Pease’s Modernism, Mass Culture, and the Aesthetics of Obscenity.” English Literature in Transition, 1880–1920 46.1 (2003): 71–75.
  • “A Review of Daniel O. Bell’s A Pious Bacchanal: Affinities Between the Lives and Works of John Flaxman and Aubrey Beardsley.” Victorian Studies 44.4 (2002): 702–4.
  • “The Poetry of the 1890s.” Companion to Victorian Poetry. Eds. Richard Cronin, Alison Chapman and Anthony H. Harrison. Blackwell, 2002. 321–41.
  • “Rare Books Collection Helps New Scholarship on the Victorian ‘Yellow Nineties,’” Chapter One: Howe Society Newsletter (2001): 4–6.
  • “Beardsley Scholarship at his Centennial: Tethering or Untethering a Victorian Icon.” English Literature in Transition, 1880–1920 42.4 (2000): 363–99.
  • Aubrey Beardsley: Dandy of the Grotesque. Oxford University Press, 1995.
Aubrey Beardsley: Dandy of the Grotesque

Maureen Turim
  • “On the Charge of Memory.”Arcadia International Journal for Literary Studies 45.2. (2011).
  • “Movies and Divine Stars, Defining Gender.” American Cinema of the 1920s: Themes and Variations, ed. Lucy Fischer (Rutgers University Press).
  • “Avant-garde Film.” The Routledge Companion to Philosophy and Film, eds. Paisley Livingston and Carl Plantinga.
  • “The Interiority of Space: Desire and Maya Deren.”Avant-Garde Cinema. Eds. Alexander Graf and Dietrich Scheunemann. Editions Rodopi, 2008. 155–65.
  • “Women’s Films: Comedy, Drama, Romance.”Chick Flicks: Contemporary Women at the Movies. Eds. Suzanne Ferriss and Malory Young. Routlege Press, 2008. 26–40.
  • “Sounds, Intervals, and Startling Images in the Films of Abigail Child.” Women’s Experimental Cinema: Critical Frameworks. Ed. Robin Blaetz. Duke University Press, 2007.
  • “Art/Music/” Medium Cool: Music Videos from Soundies to Cellphones. Eds. Roger Beebe and Jason Middleton. Duke University Press, 2007
  • Napoléon.” The Cinema of France. Ed. Phil Powrie. Wallflower Press, 2006. 11–18.
  • “A Look at the Violence of Female Desire.” Women and Experimental Filmmaking. Eds. Jean Patrolle and Virgina Wright Wexman. University of Illinois Press, 2005.
  • “Remembering and Deconstructing: The Historical Flashback in Man of Marble and Man of Iron.” The Cinema of Andrzej Wajda: the Art of Irony and Defiance. Eds. Elizabieta Ostrowska and John Orr. Wallflower Press 2004. 93–102.
  • “Marina Abramovic’s Performance: Stresses on the Body and Psyche in Installation Art.” Camera Obscura 54 (2004): 99-118.
  • “Popular Culture and the Comedy of Manners: Clueless and Fashion Clues.” Jane Austen and Co.: Remaking the Past in Contemporary Culture. Eds. James Thompson and Suzanne Pucci. State University of New York Press, 2003.
  • “The Fantasy Image: Fixed and Moving.” The End Of Cinema As We Know It: American Film in the Nineties. Ed. Jon Lewis. State University of New York Press, 2002.
  • “Artisanal Prefigurations of the Digital: Animating Realities, Collage Effects and Theories of Image Manipulation.” Wide Angle 21.1 (2002).
  • Les Nuits fauves Confronts Postmodern Moralities.” IRIS (2002).
  • “Postmodern Metaphors and the Images of Thought.” Polygraph: An International Journal of Culture and Politics 13 (2001).
  • “The Trauma of History: Flashbacks upon Flashbacks” Screen 42.2 (2001).


Anastasia Ulanowicz
  • Second-Generation Memory and Contemporary Children’s Literature: Ghost Images. Routledge, 2013.
  • “American Adam, American Cain: Johnny Tremain, Octavian Nothing, and the Fantasy of American Exceptionalism.” The Lion and the Unicorn, 35.3 (2011).
  • Review of Melancholia and Maturation: The Use of Trauma in American Children’s Literature. The Lion and the Unicorn, 35.3, (2011).
  • “‘Message in a Bottle’: A Review of Michael Levine’s The Belated Witness: Literature, Testimony, and the Question of Holocaust Survival.” American Imago 67.2 (Summer, 2010).
  • Review of Walter Benjamin’s Archive: Image, Text, Signs. ImageTexT 5.3 (Fall, 2010).
  • Review of Graphic Women: Life Narrative and Contemporary Comics. ImageTexT. 5.4 (Spring, 2011).
  • Review of Raising Your Children Right: Children's Literature and American Political Conservatism. The Lion and the Unicorn 35.1 (2011).
  • “Sitting Shivah: Holocaust Mourning in Judy Blume’s Starring Sally J. Freedman as Herself.” Children’s Literature 36 (2008).
  • “Preemptive Education: Lynne Cheney’s America: A Patriotic Primer and the Ends of History.” Children’s Literature Quarterly 33.4 (Winter 2008).
Second Generation

Gregory L. Ulmer
  • Electracy: Gregory L. Ulmer’s Textshop Experiments. Eds. Craig Saper and Victor Vitanza with a Preface by Craig J. Saper and Victor J. Vitanza. The Davies Group, Publishers (2015).
  • “Chora Collaborations.” Rhizomes 18 (2008).
  • “Image Heuretics.” Contemporary Poetics. Ed. Louis Armand (Northwestern University Press, 2007): 233–55.
  • “Joseph Beuys.” Joseph Beuys: The Reader. Eds. Claudia Mesch and Viola Michely, MIT Press, 2007. Reprinted from Applied Grammatology (Johns Hopkins, 1985).
  • “Derrida in Miami (Miautre).”The European Legacy 12.4 (2007): 457–68.
  • Illogic of Sense: The Gregory Ulmer Remix. Eds. Darren Tofts and Lisa Gye. electronic book review / Alt X Press, 2007.
  • “Discourse of the Imaginary.” Exile of the Imaginary: Politics, Aesthetics, Love, catalog of an exhibition of the Generali Foundation, Vienna, January 18–April 29, 2007. Curated by Juli Carson. Sabine Breitwieser, 2007.
  • Electronic Monuments. University of Minnesota Press, 2006.
  • “Derrida Archive.” Poiesis 7 (2005): 58–63.
  • “Chora.” Glossalalia. Ed. Julian Wolfreys. Edinburgh University Press, 2003.
  • Internet Invention: From Literacy to Electracy. Longman Publishers, 2003.
  • “Design Education and Electracy.” Design Philosophy Papers 5 (2003).
  • “Soft Wishing Y (for 9/11).” artUS (Nov.–Dec. 2003): 34–35.
  • “Image Emergency,” Leonardo 36.3 (2003): 197–98.
  • “The Internet and Its Double: Voice in Electracy.” Theoretical and Conceptual Innovation in Digital Domains. Eds. Gunnar Liestol, et al. MIT Press, 2003. 91–113.
  • “Miami Miautre: Mapping the Virtual City (A Preview).” Journal of Visual Culture 1.3 (2002): 341–57.
  • “Reality Tables: Virtual Furniture.” Prefiguring Cyberculture: An Intellectual History. Ed. Darren Tofts. MIT Press, 2003. 110–29.
  • “The Upsilon Project: A Post-Tragic Testimonial.” Psychoanalysis and Performance. Eds. Patrick Campbell and Adrian Kear. Routledge, 2001. 203–17.
Electronic Monuments Internet Invention: From Literacy to Electracy
Illogic of Sense


Sidney Wade
  • (Poetry Editor) Subtropics.
  • Straits & Narrows. Persea Books, 2013.
  • Stroke. Persea Books, 2008.
  • Guest Poetry Editor, Two Lines: World Literature in Translation 15 (2008)
  • Guest Editor, Translation Review 68 (2004).
  • Celestial Bodies. Louisiana State University Press, 2002.
  • Green. University of South Carolina Press, 1998.
  • From Istanbul. Yapi Kredi Yayinlar, 1998.
Subtropics Straits
Stroke Celestial Bodies
Green From Istanbul

Phillip Wegner
  • Periodizing Jameson: Dialectics, the University, and the Desire for Narrative. Chicago: Northwestern University Press, 2014.
  • Shockwaves of Possibility: Essays on Science Fiction, Globalization, and Utopia. Oxford: Ralahine Utopian Studies at Peter Lang, 2014.
  • “Utopianism.” In The Oxford Handbook of Science Fiction. Ed. Rob Latham. Oxford, 2014.
  • “Musings from a Veteran of the Culture Wars; or, Hope Today.” In Demand the Impossible: Science Fiction by Tom Moylan. New revised and expanded edition. Ralahine Utopian Studies Classics. Peter Lang, 2014.
  • “Things as They Were or Are: On Russell Banks’s Global Realisms.” In Reading Capitalist Realism. Eds. Alison Shonkwiler and Leigh Claire La Berge. University of Iowa Press, 2014.
  • “The British Dystopian Novel from Wells to Ishiguro.” In A Companion to British Literature, Volume 4: Victorian and Twentieth-Century Literature, 1837-2000. Eds. Bob DeMaria, Heesok Chang, and Samantha Zache. Wiley-Blackwell, 2014.
  • “Detonating New Shockwaves of Possibility: Alternate Histories and the Geopolitical Aesthetics of Ken MacLeod and Iain M. Banks.” “The British SF Boom.” Ed. Hugh C. O’Connell. CR: The New Centennial Review 13, no. 2 (2013).
  • “The Ends of Culture; or, Late Modernism, Redux.” Literary Materialisms. Eds. Mathias Nilges and Emilio Sauri. Palgrave Macmillan. 2013.
  • Introduction for new edition of Robert C. Elliott, The Shape of Utopia. Ralahine Utopian Studies Classics. Peter Lang. 2013.
  • “Hegel or Spinoza (or Hegel); Spinoza and Marx.” Mediations 25, no. 2 (2012).
  • Review of Galactic Suburbia: Recovering Women’s Science Fiction, by Lisa Yaszek. Configurations19. 1 (2011).
  • “Science fiction.” Cambridge Companion to American Fiction after 1945. Ed. John Duvall. Cambridge University Press. 2012.
  • “Lacan avec Greimas: Formalization, Theory, and the ‘Other Side’ of the Study of Culture.” Minnesota Review 77 (2011).
  • “Foreword: Crossing the Border with Darko Suvin.” “Darko Suvin: A Life in Letters,” by Darko Suvin. Paradoxa 23 (2011).
  • (Ed.) “Darko Suvin: A Life in Letters.” Paradoxa 23 (2011).
  • “‘The Mysterious Qualities of This Alleged Void‘: Transvaluation and Utopian Urbanism in Rem Koolhaas’s S,M,L,XL.”Imagining and Making the World: Reflections on Architecture and UtopiaEd. Nathaniel Coleman. Peter Lang. 2011.
  • “Marxist Theory.” The Encyclopedia of the Novel. Ed. Peter Logan. Wiley-Blackwell. 2011.
  • “Ideology.” The Encyclopedia of the Novel. Ed. Peter Logan. Wiley-Blackwell. 2011.
  • “Science Fiction, Fantasy.” The Encyclopedia of the Novel. Ed. Peter Logan. Wiley-Blackwell. 2011.
  • “Alan Moore, ‘Secondary Literacy,’ and the Modernism of the Graphic Novel.” ImageTexT 5, no. 3
  • “The Beat Cops of History; or, the Paranoid Style in American Intellectual Politics.” Arizona Quarterly, 66, no. 2 (2010).
  • “Emerging from the Flood in Which We Are Sinking; or, Reading with Darko Suvin (Again).” Preface to Defined by a Hollow: Essays on Utopia, Science Fiction, and Political Epistemology, by Darko Suvin. Peter Lang. 2010.
  • “‘An Unfinished Project that was Also a Missed Opportunity’: Utopia and Alternate History in Hayao Miyazaki's My Neighbor Totoro.” Special issue: “Animé and Utopia.” ImageTexT  5, no. 2 (2010)
  • “Editor’s Introduction: Anime’s Coming Communities.” Special issue: “Animé and Utopia.” ImageTexT  5, no. 2 (2010).
  • “Greimas avec Lacan; or, From the Symbolic to the Real in Dialectical Criticism.” Criticism 51, no. 2 (2009).
  • “Ken MacLeod’s Permanent Revolution: Utopian Possible Worlds, History, and the Augenblick in the ‘Fall Revolution.’”Red Planets: Marxism and Science Fiction. Eds. Mark Bould and China Miéville. Pluto Press/Wesleyan University Press, 2009.
  • Life Between Two Deaths, 1989–2001: U.S. Culture in the Long Nineties. Duke University Press, 2009.
  • “‘The Dead are Our Redeemers’: Culture, Belief, and United 93.” American Multiculturalism After 9/11: Transatlantic Perspectives. Eds. Derek Rubin and Jaap Verheul. Amsterdam University Press, 2009.
  • “Learning to Live in History: Alternate Historicities and the 1990s in The Years of Rice and Salt.” Kim Stanley Robinson Maps the Unimaginable: Critical Essays. Ed. William J. Burling. MacFarland, 2009.
  • “Darko Suvin.” Fifty Key Figures in Science Fiction. Eds. Mark Bould et al. Routledge, 2009.
  • Review essay on Bret Benjamin’s Invested Interests: Capital, Culture, and the World Bank and the contemporary university. Politics and Culture (2008).
  • “Jameson’s Modernisms; or, the Desire Called Utopia.” Diacritics 37.4 (Winter 2007).
  • “Here or Nowhere: Utopia, Modernity, and Totality.”Utopia Method Vision: The Use Value of Social Dreaming. Eds. Tom Moylan and Raffaella Baccolini. Peter Lang, 2007.
  • “Recognizing the Patterns” New Literary History 38.1 (2007).
  • “The Pretty Woman Goes Global, Or, Learning to Love ‘Americanization’ in Notting Hill.” Genre 38 (2005).
  • “Periodizing Jameson, or, Notes toward a Cultural Logic of Globalization.” On Jameson: From Postmodernism to Globalization. Eds. Caren Irr and Ian Buchanan. SUNY Press, 2005.
  • “Utopian Fiction” and “Science Fiction.” Encyclopedia of Literature and Politics: Censorship, Revolution, and Writing. Ed. M. Keith Booker. Greenwood, 2005.
  • “Utopia.” A Companion to Science Fiction. Ed. David Seed. Blackwell, 2005.
  • “Postmodernism.” The Edinburgh Dictionary of Continental Philosophy. Ed. John Protevi.  Edinburgh University Press, 2005.
  • “Más allá de las clausuras de la guerra fría: repeticiones y revisiones en el ciclo Terminator.” LiberArte: La Revista Virtual del Colegio de Artes Liberales. Universidad San Francisco de Quito, 2004.
  • “October 3, 1951 to September 11, 2001: Periodizing the Cold War in DeLillo’s Underworld.” Amerikastudien/American Studies 49.1 (2004).
  • “Where the Prospective Horizon is Omitted: Naturalism and Dystopia in Fight Club and Ghost Dog.” Dark Horizons: Science Fiction and the Dystopian Imagination. Eds. Tom Moylan and Raffaella Baccolini. Routledge, 2003.
  • “Soldierboys for Peace: Cognitive Mapping, Space, and Science Fiction as World Bank Literature.” World Bank Literature. Ed. Amitava Kumar. University of Minnesota Press, 2003.
  • Imaginary Communities: Utopia, the Nation, and the Spatial Histories of Modernity. University of California Press, 2002.
  • “Spatial Criticism: Critical Geography, Space, Place, and Textuality.” Introducing Criticism at the Twenty-First Century. Ed. Julian Wolfreys. Edinburgh University Press, 2002.
  • “A Review of The Jameson Reader, by Fredric Jameson.” Eds. by Michael Hardt and Kathi Weeks. Utopian Studies 12.2 (2001).
  • “‘A Nightmare on the Brain of the Living’: Messianic Historicity, Alienations, and Independence Day.” Rethinking Marxism 12.1 (2000).
Periodizing Jameson: Dialectics, the University, and the Desire for Narrative Shockwaves of Possibility: Essays on Science Fiction, Globalization, and Utopia
Life between Two Deaths, 1989-2001: U.S. Culture in the Long Nineties Imaginary Communities: Utopia, the Nation, and the Spatial Histories of Modernity
darko Utopia