Graduate Student Publications

Liz Bowen

"On Outcast Women, Dog Love, and Abjection between Species," in Animaladies: Gender, Animals, and Madness, ed. Lori Gruen and Fiona Probyn-Rapsey (New York: Bloomsbury, 2018).

"Ekphrasis for the Anthropocene," review of Umbilical Hospital by Vi Khi Nao, in American Poetry Review (2018).

The Cochlear Implant at the End of the World,” The New Inquiry (2018).

My Book of Men: On the Poetry of Survival,” Lit Hub (2018).

"Creatural Frictions: The Trouble with Becoming-Animal," review of Creatural Fictions: Human-Animal Relationships in Twentieth- and Twenty-First-Century Literature, ed. David Herman, in Humanimalia: A Journal of Human/Animal Interface Studies 2, no. 9 (2018).

Review of Deafening Modernism: Embodied Language and Visual Poetics in American Literature by Rebecca Sanchez, in the Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies 11, no. 4 (2017).

Toward a New Antipastoral," review of Forest Primeval by Vievee Francis, in Boston Review (2017).

Liz Bowen in Conversation with Vi Khi Nao, Entropy (2017).

Winter Poetry Reading, review of Watchful by Molly Bendall, in Boston Review (2017).

Sugarblood, Metatron Press (2017).


Carina del Valle Schorske

"Letter of Recommendation: Translation", New York Times Magazine (2017)
"The Internal Exile of Dulce María Loynaz", New Yorker online (2017)
"By Heart, The Point (2016)

"Melancholy Charms," The Point Magazine (2015). 


Will Glovinsky

"The Great Global Grad School Novel," Public Books, October 22, 2018.

"Empire" (keyword essay), Victorian Literature and Culture, vol. 46, no. 3-4, 2018, pp. 668–672.

V21 Book Collation on Nasser Mufti's Civilizing War: Imperial Politics and the Poetics of National Rupture,, Jan. 30, 2018.

"The Beauty of an Imperial Dilemma," Los Angeles Review of Books, May 4, 2016.


Danielle Drees

"The Sleeping Spectator: A Sleep Cultures Critique of Punchdrunk's Sleep No More," Performance Research 21.1 (2016), 101-105.


Warren Kluber

Theatre of Operations / Operating Theatre: Militarist and Surgical Theatrical Frames in Edward Bond's Lear”, The Journal of Dramatic Theory and Criticism 33.1 (Fall 2018): 31-50.

"Character-World Dialectics on the Contemporary American Stage: Gaming, Roleplaying, and Wrestling with Idioculture", Theatre Journal 70.2 (Summer 2018): 209-227.

"Theatres of War", PAJ: A Journal of Performance and Art 40.3 (Fall 2018): 130-136.


Meadhbh McHugh

Asking for It. Nick Hern Books (2018). Adaptation of Louise O’Neill’s novel by Meadhbh McHugh with Annabelle Comyn.

“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).


Bo McMillan 

"Food is the New Jazz?: Jack Kerouac and Food Writing" in Gastronomica, vol. 18, no. 4 (Winter 2018), pp. 13-25. 

"Monoliths of Segregation: Design, Politics, and Black Subjectivity in Cabrini-Green" in The Avery Review, no. 35 (December 2018). 


Taarini Mookherjee

"Absence and Repetition in Vishal Bhardwaj's Haider" in Cogent Arts & Humanities 3(1).


Diana Newby

"Intersex Erasure and the Myth of the One True Sex." Synapsis: A Health Humanities Journal (October 2018)

"Fevered Bodies in Early Victorian Fiction and Medicine." Synapsis: A Health Humanities Journal (October 2018)


Phillip Polefrone

"Ecology without Us: Ecological Succession and History in Earth Abides," Extrapolation 59, no. 3 (2018): 255-80.

"Rewriting Finance's Fiction," Politics/Letters Quarterly 12 (May 2018).

"Rising Tides, Rising Profits," Public Books (June 27, 2017).


Jonathan Reeve

"A Macro-Etymological Analysis of James Joyce's A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man." Reading Modernism with Machines. Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. 202-222.


Tiana Reid

"Killing It," Propter Nos (2019)

"A Reading Life," The Creative Independent (2019)
"Hearing the Trauma You Can't See," The Nation (2019)
Interview with Astra TaylorThe New Inquiry (2019)

"The Shape of Poetics to Come: On Taking up the Task of Criticism," American Quarterly, Vol 70, no. 1 (2018)

John Akomfrah, On the Verge,” The Paris Review (2018)

What it Means When Columbia Does a Show About the Black Model on Its West Harlem Expansion Campus,” Vulture (2018)

"Peter Hujar's Insides," Canadian Art (2018)

"Crushed...," The New Inquiry (2018)

Interview with David Scott, The New Inquiry (2018)

"Move on Up," Real Life (2018)

"Blue Life," with Nijah Cunningham, The New Inquiry (2017)


Olivia Rutigliano

‘“The Birds, and the Stars, and the Chimney Sweeps’: Revisiting the Anti-Capitalist Moral World of ‘Mary Poppins’ in Light of its New Sequel,”Politics/Letters Live, 2019

Witches Who Work: Female Patriarchal Caretakers in Chilling Adventures of Sabrina,” Politics/Letters Live, 2019

"The Lady is a Detective," Lapham’s Quarterly, 2018.

“The Serve-Us Industry,” The Baffler, 2018

“Blood Brothers: Dracula vs. Nosferatu,” Public Books, 2017

"Stolen Oscars," Politics/Letters, 2016.

"Six Amazing Oscar Heists, and Five Happy Endings," Vanity Fair, 2016.


Abby Schroering

“Black Sea Files: transnational ecologies, counter cartographies, and diffuse agency in Ursula Biemann’s video essay.” Transnational Cinemas 9, no. 3 (2018): 235-253.


Rosa Scheider

“Anyway, the Whole Point of This Was to Make You Feel Something: Branden Jacobs-Jenkins and the Reconstruction of Melodrama.”  The Journal of American Drama and Theatre 31.1, (Fall 2018).

"We're Not Learning History...We're Living it": Ars Nova's Underground Railroad Game and the Resurgence of the History Play." Howlround, Fall 2016.