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English Faculty: Publications since January 2018

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Aers, David

  1. Aers, D; Beckwith, S. "Conversions." Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 48.3Duke University Press, (September, 2018): 433-434. [doi]

Armstrong, Nancy

  1. Armstrong, N. "Why Looking Backward Is Necessary to Looking Forward." Victorian Literature and Culture 47.1Cambridge University Press (CUP), (March, 2019): 123-135. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Armstrong, N. "Afterword: Waiting for Foucault." Modern Language Quarterly 80.1 (January, 2019): 37-49. [doi]
  3. Armstrong, N. "Looking Backward: the Victorian Origins of the Neoliberal Household." Victorian Literature and Culture Cambridge University Press (CUP), (2019): 123-123.
  4. Armstrong, N. "The Contemporary Disposition of the Novel." Continental Thought and Theory 2.1 (2019): 3-3.
  5. Armstrong, N. "Waiting for F." Mlq Special Issue , Desire and Domestic Fict (2019)
  6. Marx, J; Armstrong, N. "Introduction: How do novels think about neoliberalism?." Novel a Forum on Fiction 51.2Duke University Press, (August, 2018): 157-165. [doi]
  7. Armstrong, N. "Is practical democracy a contradiction in terms?." 19.C (March, 2018).
  8. Armstrong, N. "Disavowal and domestic fiction: The problem of social reproduction." Differences: a Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies 29.1Duke University Press, (January, 2018): 1-32. [doi]  [abs]
  9. Armstrong, N. "What use is Althusser?." Cultural Critique Special issue commermorating 1968University of Minnesota Press, (2018)
  10. Armstrong, N; Marx, J. "How do Novels Think About Neo-liberalism?." Novel a Forum on Fiction 52.2Duke University Press, (2018): 157-168.

Baran, Dominika M

  1. Baran, DM. "Narratives of migration on Facebook: Belonging and identity among former fellow refugees." Language in Society 47.2Cambridge University Press (CUP), (April, 2018): 245-268. [doi]  [abs]

Beckwith, Sarah

  1. Aers, D; Beckwith, S. "The fortunes of tragedy." Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 49.1 (January, 2019): 1-5. [doi]
  2. Aers, D; Beckwith, S. Conversions.  Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 48.3 (September, 2018): 433-434. [doi]

Black, Taylor H

  1. Black, TH. "Late Bloom." Journal of Popular Music 30.1-2 (2018): 3-10.

Casey, Brenna M

  1. Casey, BM. "Peering Across the Plaza: The Shrouded Women in Melville’s "Benito Cereno.”." Leviathan 20.1Johns Hopkins University Press, (March, 2018): 1-21.

Ferraro, Thomas J.

  1. Ferraro, TJ. Transgression & Redemption in the 1930s. The Cambridge Companion to American Literature of the 1930s CUP, (September, 2018): 145-145.

Hayles, N. Katherine

  1. Hayles, NK. "Human and machine cultures of reading: A cognitive-assemblage approach." Pmla 133.5Modern Language Association (MLA), (October, 2018): 1225-1242. [doi]
  2. Hayles, NK. The cosmic web: Scientific field models and literary strategies in the twentieth century. Cornell University Press, January, 2018. 1-208 pp.  [abs]

Jaji, Tsitsi E.

  1. Jaji, TE. "The Sound of Culture: Diaspora and Black Technopoetics." Small Axe 22.1 (March, 2018): 159-171. [doi]

Khanna, Ranjana

  1. Khanna, R. "Speculation; or, Living in the Face of the Intolerable." Journal of Middle East Women'S Studies 14.1Duke University Press, (March, 2018): 109-115. [doi]
  2. Khanna, R. "Stranger." New Literary History 49.2Johns Hopkins University Press, (March, 2018): 279-284. [doi]

Mitchell, Robert E.

  1. Mitchell, R. "Regulating Life: Romanticism, Science, and the Liberal Imagination*." European Romantic Review 29.3Informa UK Limited, (May, 2018): 275-293. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Mitchell, R. "Enlightenment Biopolitics: Population and the Growth of Genius." The Eighteenth Century 59.4Project Muse, (2018): 405-427. [doi]

Moses, Michael V.

  1. Moses, MV. "Worlds lost and founded: V. S. Naipaul as belated modernist." Modernism, Postcolonialism, and Globalism: Anglophone Literature, 1950 to the Present.  2018. 197-219. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Begam, R; Moses, MV. Modernism, postcolonialism, and globalism: Anglophone literature, 1950 to the present.  Oxford University Press (OUP), January 2018. [doi]  [abs]

Pfau, Thomas

  1. Pfau, T. "“Superabundant being”: Disambiguating Rilke and Heidegger." Modern Theology 35.1WILEY, (January, 2019): 23-42. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Wolfe, J; Pfau, T. "Philosophy and theology in Germany, 1918 to 1933: Editorial introduction." Modern Theology 35.1WILEY, (January, 2019): 3-4. [doi]

Smith, Barbara H.

  1. Smith, BH. Practicing Relativism in the Anthropocene On Science, Belief, and the Humanities. Open Humanities Press, October, 2018. 152 pages pp. [available here]  [abs]

Stan, Corina M

  1. Stan, C. "A life without a shoreline: Tropes of refugee literature in Jenny Erpenbeck’s Go, Went, Gone." Journal of Postcolonial Writing 54.6 (November, 2018): 795-808. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Stan, C. The art of distances: Ethical thinking in twentieth-century literature. Northwestern University Press, January, 2018. 1-304 pp.  [abs]
  3. Stan, C. "The lures of polyphony: Socrates, joyce, schoenberg." Composing Modernist Connections in China and Europe.  2018. 72-96. [doi]  [abs]
  4. Stan, C. "Novels in the translation zone: Abbas Khider, weltliteratur, and the ethics of the passerby." Comparative Literature Studies 55.2 (January, 2018): 285-302.  [abs]
  5. Stan, CM. Review of Guillaume le Blanc, Fabienne Brugère, La Fin de l'hospitalité.  Critical Inquiry (2018).

Strandberg, Victor H.

  1. Strandberg, VH. "Adventures in Selfhood: Robert Penn Warren's Portraits of the Artist." Five Points: a Journal of Literature and Art  (2018): 208-218.

Sussman, Charlotte S.

  1. Sussman, C. "Historicizing freedom of movement: Memory and exile in political context." Revisiting Slavery and Antislavery: Towards a Critical Analysis.  2018. 97-122. [doi]  [abs]

Vadde, Aarthi

  1. Vadde, A. "From Impasse to Operative." The Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Inquiry 6.1Cambridge University Press (CUP), (January, 2019): 133-139. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Micir, M; Vadde, A. "Obliterature: Toward an amateur criticism." Modernism Modernity 25.3Project Muse, (September, 2018): 517-549. [doi]
  3. Vadde, A. "Scalability."  Project Muse, [doi]  [abs]

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