Mary Grace Albanese
“Uncle Tom Across the Sea (and Back): Pierre Faubert and the Haitian Response to Harriet Beecher Stowe.” American Literature, forthcoming December 2016.
"Caribbean Dream Visions: Revolutionary Mysticism in 'Theresa: A Haytien Tale.'" ESQ: A Journal of Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture, forthcoming December 2016.
“Experimental Maisie: Zolien Naturalism and the Compulsion to Convert” The Henry James Review, forthcoming Winter 2017.
“Florvil Hyppolite.” The Dictionary of Caribbean and Afro-Latin Biography. Eds. Henry Louis Gates and Franklin Knight. New York: Oxford University Press, 2016.
Emma O'Loughlin Bérat
“Romance and Revelation” Thinking Romance, eds. Nicola McDonald and Katherine C. Little, (Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2016).
“The Authority of Diversity: Community Patronage in Le Gracial,” Barking Abbey and Medieval Literary Culture, eds. Jennifer N. Brown and Donna Alfano Bussell, (Woodbridge, 2012), 210-32.
"The Patron and her Clerk: Multilingualism and Cultural Transition," New Medieval Literatures 12 (2010): 23-45.
J C Cloutier
"A Country for Old Men: Unforgiven, The Shootist, and the Post-Heyday Western." Cinema Journal 51, No. 4 (Summer 2012) pp. 110-129.
"Batman: Year 100," Critical Survey of Graphic Novels: Heroes & Superheroes. (Hackensack: Salem Press, 2012) pp.104-107.
"The Comic-Book World of Ralph Ellison's Invisible Man." NOVEL: A forum on fiction. 43.2 (Summer 2010) pp 294-319.
"Absence and Repetition in Vishal Bhardwaj's Haider" in Cogent Arts & Humanities 3(1).
Carina del Valle Schorske
"Melancholy Charms," The Point Magazine (2015).
"The Sleeping Spectator: A Sleep Cultures Critique of Punchdrunk's Sleep No More," Performance Research 21.1 (2016), 101-105.
"'The Dreary Duty': Henry James, The Yellow Book, and Literary Personality." The Henry James Review 32 (2011): 45-59.
Performance Reviews: Taylor Mac's The Lily's Revenge (Theatre Journal); Standing on Ceremony: The Gay Marriage Plays (Theatre Journal)
Book Reviews: Theatre, Communication, Critical Realism, by Tobin Nellhaus (Theatre Survey); Finishing the Hat/Look I Made a Hat, by Stephen Sondheim (forthcoming, Theatre Survey), The Drama of Marriage by John M. Clum (Modern Drama, forthcoming)
Kathryn Carol Fore
"Reading and Repentance on the Ister Bank" The Sidney Journal 32.1 (2014), 93-110.
Review of Rethinking Jane Austen's Lady Susan: The Case for her 'Failed' Epistolary Novella, by David Owen, 1650-1850: Ideas, Aesthetics and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era (vol. 19), 2012.
"Operating on the Postcolonial Body (Politic)." Mellon May Undergraduate Fellowship Journal 2010: pp. 42-45.
"Narratives of Extinction: James Fenimore Cooper and the Last Man," Literature in the Early American Republic (vol. 6, 2014).
"Plotting Devices: Literary Darwinism in the Laboratory," Philosophy and Literature (2013).
Emily Cersonsky Hayman
"English Modernism in German: Herberth and Marlys Herlitschka, Translators of Virginia Woolf," Translation and Literature (Edinburgh University, November 2012), forthcoming.
"Re-thinking Stündel's German Wake," Joyce Studies Annual (Fordham University, 2011), 191-201.
“Cowper’s Georgic of the Voice: Theatre, David Garrick’s Shakespeare, and Blank Verse in The Task.” SEL: Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900. 55.3 (Summer 2015): Forthcoming.
"The Ranter and the Lyric: Reform and Genre Heterogeneity in Ebenezer Elliott's Corn Law Rhymes." Victorian Review: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Victorian Studies. 38.1 (Spring 2013): 101-124.
"News from Nowhere and William Morris´s Aesthetics of Unreflectiveness:Pleasurable Habits." English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920. 54.1 (January 2011): 1-25.
“‘There Wont Be Inny Show Tonite’: Humoring the Returns of Scopic Violence in Suzan-Lori Parks’s Venus,” Humor and History: British and American Perspectives, eds. Doris Lechner and Barbara Korte, October 2013.
“‘Fit to Be Free’: From Race to Capacity in Jewett's ‘The Mistress of Sydenham Plantation’ via the Port Royal Experiment,” J19: The Journal of Nineteenth-Century Americanists 5.2 (2017).
“The Impersonal Lives of Margaret Fuller: A Problem of Biography,” Nineteenth-Century Prose 42.1 (2015): 95-112.
“On the Matter of Thinking: Margaret Fuller’s Beautiful Work,” in American Impersonal. Ed. Branka Arsić, Bloomsbury, 2014, pp. 99-129.
Gender Protest and Same-Sex Desire in Antebellum American Literature by David Greven, Nineteenth-Century Prose (Nineteenth-Century Prose, forthcoming, Fall 2015). REVIEW.
Quiet Testimony: A Theory of Witnessing from Nineteenth-Century American Literature by Shari Goldberg, Textual Practice 28.3 (2014), pp. 546-550. REVIEW.
A Political Companion to Emerson by Alan Levine and Daniel Malachuk, eds., Emerson Society Papers 24.1 (2013). REVIEW.
“The Glass Ceiling and the Gag: Fifth Wave Feminism & Ireland’s National Theatre, 2010-2014,” For the Sake of Sanity: Doing things with humour in Irish performance, ed. Eric Weitz (Dublin: Carysfort Press, 2014).
"Elliot, the Agrarians, and the Political Subtext of New Critical Formalism." (Chapter). Rereading the New Criticism. Eds. Miranda Hickman and John MacIntyre. Columbus: Ohio State UP, 2012.
"Come Far Poteresti un Sofismo?: Guido Cavalcanti and the Poundian Argument." Forthcoming in Paideuma 39, 2012.
"Solomon Gursky Was Here: A History by Hunger" Canadian Literature 209. Summer 2011. pp. 127-140.
“‘Everyone Breeds in His Own Image’: Staging the Aethiopica across the Channel”, Renaissance Drama 44: 2 (Fall 2016).
“Aaron’s Roots: Spaniards, Englishmen, and Blackamoors in Titus Andronicus”, Early Theatre 19: 2 (Fall 2016).
Nine poems published in the journal LITTLE STAR (3rd edition, 2012), alongside new poems by Paul Muldoon, Gary Snyder, Jamaica Kinkaid, and others.
"Stolen Oscars." Politics/Letters, February 2016.
"Six Amazing Oscar Heists, and Five Happy Endings." Vanity Fair, February, 2016.
“Trials of Embodiment: Being a Gothic Body in Mary Barton.” Victorian Review (2012).
“The Intensive and Extensive Worlds of Anthony Trollope’s Framley Parsonage.” The Fortnightly Review 18 September 2011.
"'Great labour both of mind and tongue': Articulacy and Interiority in Young's Night Thoughts and Richardson's Clarissa." Eighteenth-Century Poetry and the Rise of the Novel Reconsidered. Eds. Kate Parker and Courtney Weiss Smith. Lewisburg: Bucknell UP, 2013. (Forthcoming.)
"An 'Unworkable Compound': Ireland and Empire in 'Eveline.'" Modern Fiction Studies 60.1 (Spring 2014): 28-51.
"Wonder, Artifacts, and the Human in The Faerie Queene." Spenser Studies 30 (2016).
"Because I Do: Trollope, Tautology, and Desire," ELH (forthcoming)