Recent Faculty Publications, N–Z

Critical and creative work our faculty has published in the last five years

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.

Padgett Powell
  • Cries for Help, Various. Catapult, 2015.
  • You & Me. Ecco, 2012.
  • You & I. Serpent’s Tail, 2011.


Robert Ray
  • Walden X 40: Essays on Thoreau. Indiana University Press, 2011.
  • “Dont Know About You.” New England Review 32.3 (2011).

Mark A. Reid
  • “Preface: Agency as Remembering and Retelling.” In The Spike Lee Brand: A Study of Documentary Filmmaking. Delphine Letort. New York: State University of New York Press, September 2015.
  • “Charles Burnett’s Urban Blues as Agency in Killer of Sheep (1977) and To Sleep With Anger (1990)” in Charles Burnett: A Troublesome Filmmaker, and “El blues urbano de Charles Burnett como agencia: Killer of Sheep (1977) y Nunca te acuestes enfadado (To Sleep with Anger, 1990)” en Charles Burnett Un cineasta incómodo María Míguez / Víctor Paz (Coordinadores), eds. María Míguez / Víctor Paz (Tui, Spain: Play-Doc Books-Asociación Cultural Enfoques, March 2016).
  • 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.

Leah Rosenberg
  • “The Novel in English in the Caribbean to 1950” in The Oxford History of the Novel in English: the World Novel to 1950 vol. 9 eds. Jane Stafford, Ralph Crane, and Mark Williams, Oxford University Press, 2016. pp. 115-136.
  • “Diaspora Through Tourist Eyes,” Social and Economic Studies 64:3-4 (2015), pp. 1-32.
  • Beyond Windrush: Rethinking Postwar Anglophone Caribbean Literature, co-edited with J. Dillon Brown, (University of Mississippi Press, 2015.
  • “It's Enough to make any Woman Catch the next Plane to Barbados: Constructing the Postwar West Indies as Paradise.”  Third Text: Critical Perspectives on Contemporary Art and Culture. 28:4-5(2014), 361-376.
  • “‘Watch How Dem Touris’ Like Fe Look’: Tourist Photography and Claude McKay’s Jamaica” In On Writing and Photography eds. Karen Beckman and Liliane Weissberg. U of Minnesota Press, 2012, pp. 41-68.
  • “Anglophone Caribbean Literature and the Canon” in the Routledge Companion to Anglophone Caribbean Literature, eds. Alison Donnell and Michael Bucknor, July 2011: 347-355.


Raúl Sánchez
  • “Outside the Text: Retheorizing Empiricism and Identity.” College English 74.3 (January 2012).

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.

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).

Stephanie A. Smith
  • “‘An Empire O’er the Disentangled Doom’: Captivity and the Re-staging of Prometheus in the Twenty-first Century” in Science Fiction Film and Television, Liverpool University Press 9.1 (2016)
  • “On the Benefits of a Ban,” solicited review essay of Nora Gilbert’s Better Left Unsaid: Victorian Novels, Hays Code Films, and the Benefits of Censorship in Novel, Nov. 2015
  • “Winter Studio: 1901” in Monet and American Impressionism, University of Florida Press, ed. Dulce Roman, 2015.
  • “Union Blues: Melville’s Poetic In(ter)ventions,” Genre 47.1 (Spring 2014), Duke University Press (
  • Content Burns. Thames River Press, 2014.
  • “A Meditation upon ‘Brit’” in Remaking Moby Dick, an international multi-modal story-telling performance, both in print as a special edition of Pea River Journal, 2014
  • Baby Rocket. Thames River Press, 2013.
  • “Turn of the Century Transitions: Women on the Edge of Tomorrow,” invited book chapter (18) Cambridge History of American Women’s Literature, ed. Dale Bauer, 2012
  • Warpaint. Thames River Press, 2012.


Maureen Turim
  • “On the Charge of Memory.”Arcadia International Journal for Literary Studies 45.2. (2011).


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).


Phillip Wegner
  • “‘The Great Sea Voyage which Marriage Can Be’: Repetition, Love, and Concrete Utopia in 50 First Dates.”  Minnesota Review 86 (2016).
  • “Introduction: Marxism and Utopia…Again.” Minnesota Review 86 (2016).
  • “Romantic and dialectical utopianism in Cloud Atlas.” Science Fiction Film and Television 9, no. 1 (2016).
  • “The Possibilities of the Novel: A Look Back on the James-Wells Debate.” The Henry James Review 36, no. 3 (2015).
  • “Utopia and Dystopia.” The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Victorian Literature. Ed. Dino Franco Felluga. Wiley-Blackwell, 2015.
  • “Space and Place in Critical Reading.” In Criticism at the 21st Century, 2nd edition, ed. Julian Wolfreys. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2015.
  • 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.