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English Faculty: Publications since January 2018

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Aers, David

  1. Aers, D. "What is charity? William Langland’s answers with some diachronic questions." Religions 10.8 (August, 2019) [doi]  [abs]
  2. 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. Armstrong, N. "“What Use Is Althusser?”." Cultural Critique 103.1Project Muse, (2019): 13-18. [doi]
  7. 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]
  8. Armstrong, N. "Is practical democracy a contradiction in terms?." 19.C (March, 2018).
  9. 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]
  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.

D'Alessandro, Michael F

  1. D'Alessandro, M. "Stumbling Into Utopia." Duke Magazine Special 2019 (August, 2019).

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.

Gobert, R. Darren

  1. Gobert, RD; Mackay, E; Owens, C; Watt, I; Wolff, T. "Drama Drama: The State of Drama Studies in the Profession." The Harold Pinter Review 2.1 (2018): 1-15.

Gritton, JP

  1. Gritton, JP. Wyoming. Tin House Books, September, 2019.
  2. Gritton, JP. "Beirut." Cimarron Review (2019).
  3. "The Stunt Double."  InTransation,  translated by Gritton, JP
  4. Gritton, JP. "Sidekicks." New Ohio Review Online (2018).

Hayles, N. Katherine

  1. Hargrove, AE. "Preface.."  623 [doi]
  2. Hayles, NK. "Human and machine cultures of reading: A cognitive-assemblage approach." Pmla 133.5Modern Language Association (MLA), (October, 2018): 1225-1242. [doi]
  3. 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. "Within Earshot of Africa—Meditations on The Sound of Culture." Small Axe 22.1Duke University Press, (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. "Enlightenment biopolitics: Population and the growth of genius." Eighteenth Century 59.4Project Muse, (December, 2018): 405-427. [doi]
  2. Mitchell, R. "Regulating Life: Romanticism, Science, and the Liberal Imagination*." European Romantic Review 29.3Informa UK Limited, (May, 2018): 275-293. [doi]  [abs]

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. Majumdar, S; Vadde, A. The Critic as Amateur. Bloomsbury Academic, September, 2019. 288 pages pp.  [abs]
  2. Vadde, A. "From Impasse to Operative." The Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Inquiry 6.1Cambridge University Press (CUP), (January, 2019): 133-139. [doi]  [abs]
  3. Micir, M; Vadde, A. "Obliterature: Toward an amateur criticism." Modernism Modernity 25.3Project Muse, (September, 2018): 517-549. [doi]
  4. Vadde, A. "Scalability."  Project Muse, [doi]  [abs]

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