Recent Faculty Book Publications
Descent: A Novel
and Esther Bendit Saltzman (editors)
Drawn from the Classics:
Essays on Graphic Adaptations of Literary Works
Gumshoe: A Novel
|Darryl P. Domingo
The Rhetoric of Diversion in English
Literature and Culture, 1690-1760
Cambridge University Press
On Company Time:
American Modernism in the Big Magazines
Columbia University Press
Cristina Maria Cervone
Recent Faculty Articles and Creative Work
- Rebecca Adams, (and N. Nik Mohd Alwi and J. Newton) "Task Complexity in Second Language Computer-Mediated Communication." Journal of Second Language Writing. 2016.
- Rebecca Adams, (and M. Bowles). "An Interactionist Approach to Learner-Learner Interaction in Second and Foreign Language Classrooms. In N. Markee (Ed.). Handbook on Classroom Discourse and Interaction. Wiley Press. 2015.
- John Bensko, "A Shut-and-Open Case." Memphis Noir. Akashic Books. 237-250. 2015.
- Cristina Maria Cervone, "(Im)materiality and Chaucer's Temple of Mars," English Language Notes 53.2: 97–112. Fall-Winter 2015.
- Cristina Maria Cervone, "Julian of Norwich and John Capgrave: 'foule black dede hame' / 'hame of blyndnes'," Journal of English and Germanic Philology 114: 88–96. 2015.
- Cristina Maria Cervone, " 'I' and 'We' in Chaucer's Complaint unto Pity," Readings in Medieval Textuality. October 2016.
- Cristina Maria Cervone (with D. Vance Smith), "A. C. Spearing's Work and Influence," Readings in Medieval Textuality. D.S. Brewer. October 2016
- Cristina Maria Cervone, "Announcing a Literary Find Apparently Related to the Gawain-poet," Readings in Medieval Textuality. Forthcoming.
- Lorinda Cohoon, "'dishes and dusters': Valuing Beth's Labor in Louisa May Alcott's Little Women; or, Staying in for Service." Critical Insights: Little Women. Salem Press: 2015. 159-173.
- Michael Compton, "Study Guide." JD Salinger: Three Early Stories. Scholastic Edition: October 2015.
- Darryl P. Domingo, "Richardson's Unfamiliar Quotations: Clarissa and Early Eighteenth-Century Comedy," The Review of English Studies 66.277: 936-53. 2015.
- Will Duffy (with John Pell), "Freire in the Agora: Critical Pedagogy and Civil Discourse." Literacy in Composition Studies 3.1: 95-107. 2015.
- Will Duffy, "Transforming Decorum: The Sophistic Appeal of Walter Rauschenbusch and the Social Gospel." Mapping Christian Rhetorics: Connecting Conversations, Charting New Territories. Routledge. 222-39. 2015.
- Ana G. Gal, "The Masks of Dracula: In Search of the Authentic Performative Vampire in Three Graphic Novel Adaptations of Bram Stoker's Dracula." Drawn from the Classics: Essays on Graphic Adaptations of Literary Works. McFarland Press: May 2015. 161-176.
- Donal Harris, "Understanding Eliot: Mass Media and Literary Modernism in the American Century." MLQ 76.4. 2015.
- Donal Harris, "The Art of Administration: on Greg Barnhisels' Cold War Modernists." The Los Angeles Review of Books. February 2016.
- Cary Holladay, "Stinkeye." Memphis Noir. Akashic Books. 221-236. 2015.
- Cary Holladay, "You Are Free, Go and Fight." The Hudson Review. LXVIII:3: 393-403. Fall 2015.
- Cary Holladay, "The Army Disease." Audible Audiobook Recording. 2016.
- Cary Holladay, "The Best Party Ever." Audible Audiobook Recording. 2016.
- Cary Holladay, "Forty Seconds." Audible Audiobook Recording. 2016.
- Cary Holladay, "Operator." Audible Audiobook Recording. 2016.
- Catherine Martin, "Reception Theory, Religion, and Reading a Milton Sonnet: Historicizing 'Undecideability.'" The Review of English Studies 67.278: October 2015. 79-102.
- Catherine Martin, "The 'Reason' of Radical Evil: Shakespeare, Milton, and the Ethical Philosophers." Studies in Philology 113.1: Winter 2016. 163-197.
- Carey Mickalites, "Martin Amis's Money: Negotiations with Literary Celebrity." Postmodern Culture 24.1 (January 2015).
- Gene Plunka, "Resistance to War: Carl Zuckmayer's Des Teufels General." Theatre History Studies. January 2015.
- Gene Plunka, "Staging Childhood Holocaust Survivor Trauma: Diane Samuels's Kindertransport." Journal of Contemporary Drama in English 3.2: 252-272. 2015.
- Kathy Lou Schultz, Invited Speaker. "An abductee, in theory (PoemTalk #92)" (podcast) on Bob Perelman's "Confession."Kelly Writers House, University of Pennsylvania. April 2015.
- Kathy Lou Schultz, "Bob." (poem) Memory is a Kind of Accomplishment: An Anthology for Bob Perelman. Kelly Writers House. University of Pennsylvania. 2015.
- Stephen Tabachnick, "An Unusual Adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby." Drawn from the Classics: Essays on Graphic Adaptations of Literary Works. McFarland Press: May 2015. 221-234.
- Stephen Tabachnick (Editor), "Special Issue on the Graphic Novel," Studies in the Novel 47:3, Fall 2015.
Department of English Awards
- Cristina Maria Cervone. Stanford Humanities Center External Faculty Fellowship.
- Carey Mickalites. Marcus W. Orr Center for the Humanities Faculty and Dissertation Fellowship.
- Stephen Tabachnick. University's Alumni Award for Research in the Humanities.