Recent Graduate Student Publications

The Department of English is delighted to announce the following publication achievements by our graduate students:

Alexander Steele's article "Estrangement and the Consequences of Metaphorical Deafness: Reconsidering The Heart is a Lonely Hunter" has been accepted for publication by the Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies.

Carmel Ohman's article "Undisciplining the Black Pussy: Pleasure, Black Feminism, and Sexuality in Issa Rae's Insecure" has been accepted for publication in The Black Scholar: Journal of Black Studies and Research (TBS). In honor of the journal's 50th anniversary, it will appear in special issue 50.2, At the Limits of Desire: Black Radical Pleasureforthcoming this spring.

Kyle Keeler's article "Becoming More Than an Englishman: Igbo Cosmologies, Nonhuman Animals, and Olaudah Equiano's Refusal of Anthropocentrism," has been accepted for publication in the journal Early American Literature.

Lisa Fink's essay ""Sing the Bones Home": Material Memory and the Project of Freedom in N. NorbeSe Philip's Zong!" has been accepted for publication by the journal Humanities.

Megan Reynolds's essay "'I Sometimes Thought I Was Listening to Myself': Identity-Deliberation After the Holocaust in Chaim Grade’s 'My Quarrel with Hersh Rasseyner'" has been accepted for publication as a chapter in The Palgrave Handbook of Holocaust Literature and Culture, forthcoming 2020.