Alumni Publications

Gordon Fraser (PhD ’15) 

“Troubling the Cold-War Logics of Annihilation: Apocalyptic Temporalities in The Lone Ranger and Tonto Fistfight in Heaven.” Forthcoming in PMLA.

“Yellow Bird and the Thunder: On Finding the Earliest Known Poem by John Rollin Ridge, the First Native American Novelist.” Common-place 14.4 (2014).

“ Transnational Healing in Pauline Hopkins’ Of One Blood; Or, the Hidden Self.” NOVEL: A Forum on Fiction 46.3 (2013): 364–85.

“Circulation and Resistance: The Marrow of Tradition and the 1900 New Orleans Race Riot.” J19: The Journal of Nineteenth-Century Americanists 1.2 (2013): 363–85.

“The Anxiety of Audience: Economies of Readership in James’ Hawthorne.” Henry James Review 34.1 (2013): 1–15.

Tara Harney-Mahajan  (PhD ’16)

“Feminisms, Postcolonial.” Forthcoming in The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies. Ed. Renee Hoogland, Nancy Naples, Maithree Wickramasinghe, and Angela Wong.

“Refashioning the Wedding Dress as the ‘Future Anterior’ in Edna O’Brien, Marina Carr, and Eugene O’Neill.” Forthcoming in Women’s Studies.

Provoking Forgiveness in Sebastian Barry’s The Secret Scripture.New Hibernia Review 16.2 (2012): 54–71.

Shawn Higgins (PhD ’16) 

“Assimilation.” The Sage Encyclopedia of Ethnomusicology. Ed. Janet Sturman. Forthcoming from Sage (2016).

“Japan.” At the Table: Food and Family around the World. Ed. Ken Albala. Forthcoming from ABC-CLIO (2015).

“Culinary Diplomacy.” Food Issues: An Encyclopedia. Ed. Ken Albala. Forthcoming from Sage (2015).

With Cathy J. Schlund-Vials. “Cultural Immersion/Language Programs.” Asian American Society: An Encyclopedia. Ed. Mary Yu Danico. Los Angeles: Sage, 2014. 262–64.

Chad Jewett (PhD ’15)

“‘Being Uncle Remus’: The Folk Uncanny and the Remus/Rabbit Archetype in Faulkner’s ‘Was’ and The Reivers.” Forthcoming in Journal of Narrative Theory (2015).

“‘Deftly Mixed’: Liminal Identity and the Problem of Knowing in J. McHenry Jones’ Hearts of Gold.” Forthcoming in Mississippi Quarterly (2014).

“The Modality of Toni Morrison’s Jazz.” Forthcoming in African American Review (2014).

“Persephone Violated in Faulkner’s ‘Sanctuary’ and ‘McCarthy’s Child of God.’” Forthcoming in Faulkner Journal (2013).

Patrick Lawrence (PhD ’14)

“The ‘Vocabulary of Human Behavior’: Gesture in How the García Girls Lost Their Accents.” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature (Dec. 2015).

“The Unfinished Politics of Nathaniel Mackey’s Splay Anthem.” A Sense of Regard: Essays on Poetry and Race. Ed. Laura McCullough. Forthcoming from U of Georgia P (Feb. 2015).

“Refugees of a Crisis in Reference: Holocaust Memoir and the Deconstruction of Paul de Man.” Intertext 13.1–2 (2009): 17–35.

Steven Mollmann (PhD ’16) 

“Air-Ships and the Technological Revolution: Detached Violence in George Griffith and H. G. Wells.” Forthcoming in Science Fiction Studies (2015).

“Observing Observation: The Ethical Investigator in Elizabeth Gaskell’s Wives and Daughters.” Gaskell Journal 27 (2013): 88–107.

“Space Travel in Science Fiction.” Sense of Wonder: A Century of Science Fiction. Ed. Leigh Ronald Grossman. Rockville, MD: Wildside, 2011. 312-14.

“Frank Reade Jr.’s Electric Time Canoe; or, The Search for the Origins of Steampunk: A Remarkable Adventure in Time and Empire.” Wildthyme in Purple. Ed. Stuart Douglas and Cody Quijano-Schell. Obverse, 2011.

Asia Rowe (PhD ’16) 

“The Filmic Mode and Filmic Spectator in Buchowetzki’s Othello and Nelson’s O.” Forthcoming in Literature/Film Quarterly.

“The Erasmian Adage in the Controversy with Luther.” Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 30 (2010): 41–55.

Christiana Salah (PhD ’16) 

“Girls in Bonds: Prehensile Place and the Domestic Gothic in L.M. Montgomery’s Short Fiction.” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 32.1 (2013): 99–117.

“The Book Trailer and the Imagination: Selling Children’s Fantasy Fiction on YouTube.” Inis Magazine 10 May 2011.

“‘This picture always haunted me’: Dramatic Adaptations of The Woman in White.” Journal of Neo-Victorian Studies 3.2 (2010): 32–55.

Maria Seger (PhD ’16) 

Ekphrasis and the Postmodern Slave Narrative: Reading the Maps of Edward P. Jones’s The Known World.Callaloo 37.5 (2014): 1181–95.