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English Faculty: Publications since January 2022

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Aers, David

  1. Aers, D. "Calvinist Versions of God: A Revolution in Medieval Tradition." Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 52.3 (September, 2022): 445-482. [doi]
  2. Aers, D; Beckwith, S. "Imagining the Virtues: Medieval and Early Modern Histories." Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 52.3 (September, 2022): 407-413. [doi]

Baran, Dominika M

  1. N/A,. "Anti-genderism in Global Nationalist Movements." Gender and Language Ed. Tebaldi, C; Baran, D. Special issueEquinox Publishing, (2023)
  2. Baran, D. "Defending Christianity from the “rainbow plague”: Historicized narratives of nationhood in rightwing antigenderist discourses in Poland." Gender and Language 17.1Equinox Publishing, (2023)
  3. Baran, D. "American immigrants and English." In The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of World Englishes.  2023. 
  4. Baran, D. "“Rainbow plague” or “rainbow allies”? TĘCZA “rainbow” as a floating signifier in the contestation of Poland’s national identity.." Gender and Language 16.3 (2022): 286-307. [doi]  [abs]

Beckwith, Sarah

  1. Beckwith, S. Enter the Child: A Scene from Stanley Cavell's the Claim of Reason.  Philosophy and Literature 46.2 (October, 2022): 251-262. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Aers, D; Beckwith, S. Imagining the Virtues: Medieval and Early Modern Histories.  Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 52.3 (September, 2022): 407-413. [doi]

D'Alessandro, Michael F

  1. D'Alessandro, M. "At-Home Humbugs: Freaks and Fakes in the Nineteenth-Century Parlor Museum." Theatre Survey 63.1Cambridge University Press (CUP), (January, 2022): 3-33. [doi]  [abs]
  2. D'Alessandro, M. Staged Readings Contesting Class in Popular American Theater and Literature, 1835-75.  2022. 300 pages pp.  [abs]

Giugni, Astrid A.

  1. Giugni, AA. "“We ought to obey God rather then men”: John Rogers’s millenarian hermeneutics and legal reform in 1653." The Seventeenth Century 37.3Informa UK Limited, (May, 2022): 371-390. [doi]

Hayles, N. Katherine

  1. Hayles, NK. "APPROXIMATING ALGORITHMS: FROM DISCRIMINATING DATA TO TALKING WITH AN AI." History and Theory 61.4 (December, 2022): 152-165. [doi]  [abs]
  2. Zournazi, M; Hayles, NK. "Creativity and Nonconscious Cognition: A Conversation with Mary Zournazi and N. Katherine Hayles." Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning 10.SI (September, 2022): 164-176. [doi]  [abs]

Mackey, Nathaniel

  1. Mackey, N. "from Atet A.D.." Chicago Review 65.2-4 (January, 2022): 300-311.

McInnis, Jarvis C

  1. McInnis, JC. "a "reorder of things" in black studies: sacred praxis, phono(geo)graphy, and the counter-archive of diaspora." Comparative Literature Studies 59.1 (February, 2022): 11-48. [doi]  [abs]

Mitchell, Robert E.

  1. Halpern, O; Mitchell, R. The Smartness Mandate.  M I T PRESS, January 2023.  [abs]

Pfau, Thomas

  1. Pfau, T. Incomprehensible Certainty Metaphysics and Hermeneutics of the Image.  June 2022.  [abs]

Stan, Corina M

  1. Stan, C. ""Le Détour de l'Autre: La Prise de parole à la lumière des études postcoloniales,"." Esprit special issue on Michel de Certeau "L'Am (January, 2022): 3-14.

Vadde, Aarthi

  1. Vadde, A. "Publisher 2.0 Reply." Pmla 137.1 (2022): 189-190.

Werlin, Julianne

  1. Werlin, J. "Early Stuart Clergyman Poets: A Prosopographic Approach." Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies 52.2 (January, 2022): 335-360. [doi]
  2. Werlin, J. "The Age of the Author: Print and Precocity in the English Renaissance." Modern Language Quarterly 83.3 (January, 2022): 303-334. [doi]  [abs]

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