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Recent graduate student publications

2014-15

Elizabeth Peterson and Michael Aronson, “No Birds, No Bees, No Moralizing: Lester F. Beck, Progressive Educational Filmmaker.” The Moving Image 14.1 (2014): 49-70.
http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/the_moving_image/v014/14.1.peterson.html

Francesca Gentile, an article on the Center for Teaching Writing’s WR 121 tutorial titled “When Center Catches in the Classroom (and Classroom in the Center): The First-Year Writing Tutorial and the Writing Program.” Praxis: A Writing Center Journal.

Joe Griffin, “‘In’ and not ‘Of’: Metaphors of ‘the World’” in LDS Discourse, Journal of Communication and Religion.

Joe Griffin, “Sonic Palimpsests: Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ as Threnody for Sandy Hook,” The New Union,

Joe Griffin, “Dereliction,” at Terrain.org, a Journal of the Built + Natural Environments, http://terrain.org/2014/nonfiction/dereliction/.

Paul Bellew, “‘My Trespass Vision’: Disability, Marginality, and Nationality in Hart Crane’s Versions of ‘The Idiot,’” Twentieth-Century Literature, forthcoming.

Matt Hannah, “Desires Made Manifest: The Queer Modernism of Wallace Thurman’s Fire!!” Journal of Modern Literature, 2015, forthcoming.

Matt Hannah, “Photoplay, Literary Celebrity, and The Little Review,” The Journal of Modern Periodical Studies, 2015, forthcoming.

Rachel Rochester, “We’re Alive: The Resurrection of the Audio Drama in the Anthropocene,” Philological Quarterly, special issue on Genres of Climate Change, forthcoming.

Mary Ganster, “Fact, Fiction, and the Industry of Violence: Newspapers in Brown’s Clotel,” African American Review, forthcoming.

Bethany Jacobs, “Mothering Herself: Manifesto of the Erotic Mother in Audre Lorde’s Zami: A New Spelling of My Name.” MELUS: Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States, 2015, forthcoming.

Danielle Seid, “Suay.” Hawai’i Review, vol. 80, Fall 2014.

Stephen Siperstein,  Shane Hall and Stephanie LeMenager, Teaching Climate Change in the Humanities. Routledge Press, 2016, forthcoming.

2013-14

April Anson, “‘The World is My Backyard’: Eco-Romanticization, Thoreauvian Rhetoric, and Constructive Confrontation in the Tiny House Movement.” From Sustainable to Resilient Cities: Global Concerns and Urban Efforts (Research in Urban Sociology 14), ed. William G. Gold, Emerald Group Publishing, 2014.

Elizabeth Bruno, “Her Cape is at the Cleaners: Searching for Single Motherhood in a Culture of Self-Sufficiency.” Mothers, Mothering, and Motherhood Across Cultural Differences, ed. Andrea O’Reilly, Demeter Press, 2014.

Brian Gazaille, “Making a Mill of a Mouth More Productive: Efficiency and Linguistic Management in Twain’s Connecticut Yankee,” in the Mark Twain and Economics issue of American Literary Realism, vol. 47, no. 1, Fall 2014.

Brian Gazaille, “Textual Wrecks and Natural Relics in Thoreau’s ‘A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers.” ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance, vol. 60, no. 3, 2014.

Matt Hannah, “‘A furtive lorry’: Colonial Things in Elizabeth Bowen’s The Last September.” Writing Difference: Nationalism, Identity, Literature. Eds. Girindra Ray, Jaydip Sarkar, and Anindya Bhattacharya. New Delhi: Atlantic, 2014, 198-208.

Matt Hannah, with Paul Bellew, Amy Leggette, and Emily McGinn: “Comparing Marks: A Versioning Edition of Virginia Woolf’s ‘The Mark on the Wall.’” Scholarly Editing: The Annual of the Association for Documentary Editing. Vol. 35 (2014). http://scholarlyediting.org.

Bethany Jacobs, “Woman Like You: Troubling Same-Sex Desire in Gayl Jones’s Corregidora and Eva’s Man.” Callaloo, vol. 37, no. 5, Fall 2014.

Jenifer Rinner, “From Bronzeville to the Mecca and After: Gwendolyn Brooks and the Location of Black Identity.” MELUS: Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States, forthcoming.

Danielle Seid, “Reveal.” Transgender Studies Quarterly, vol. 1, no. 1-2, 2014.

Jenée Wilde, “Dimensional Sexuality: Exploring New Frameworks for Bisexual Desires.” Sexual and Relationship Therapy, forthcoming.