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The Family Cannon book cover imageHalina Duraj

The Family Cannon

New York: Augury Books, 2014

 

 

 

Wilson PublicationCynthia Caywood and Carlton Floyd

"'She Make you Right with Yourself' Aunt Ester, Masculine Loss and Cultural Redemption in August Wilson's Cylcle Plays."

College Literature Special Issue 36.2 (Spring 2009): 74-95.

     

Sr. Mary Hotz

Literary Remains: Representations of Death and Burial in Victorian England.

Albany, New York: SUNY Press, 2009.

 

South Asia and its Others Book CoverAtreyee Phukan

Reading the Exotic: South Asia and Its Others, eds. Atreyee Phukan and V.G. Julie Rajan.

Cambridge Scholars Press, 2009

     

Milton and Monotheism book cover imageAbraham Stoll

Milton and Monotheism

Pittsburg: Duquesne University Press, 2009

 

The Man in the Bowler HatFred Miller Robinson

The Man in the Bowler Hat

University of North Carolina Press, 1993


Caywood, Cynthia, and Carlton Floyd. “Introduction.” College Literature: August Wilson. Special Issue: 36.2 (Spring 2009).

Clausen, Dennis. Screenwriting and Literature: Using Literacy and Creative Writing Models to Learn the Principles of Screenwriting. Reno, Nevada: Bent Tree Press, forthcoming.

Duraj, Halina:

  • “Reading The Odyssey at the Original Pancake House, Salt Lake City.” Inch (forthcoming 2014)
  • The Family Cannon (collection of short stories). New York:Augury Books (2014)
  • “Blueberries.” The Sun Magazine, Issue 448, April 2013
  • “Fatherland” (excerpt). The Harvard Review, Number 43, Winter 2012
  • “George Foreman Grill, George Foreman Grill.” The Ocean State Review, Spring 2012

Floyd, Carlton, and Cynthia Caywood. “‘She Make you Right with Yourself’: Aunt Ester, Masculine Loss and Cultural Redemption in August Wilson’s Cycle Plays.” College Literature Special Issue 36.2 (Spring 2009): 74-95.

Hotz, Mary Elizabeth. Literary Remains: Representations of Death and Burial in Victorian England. Albany, New York: SUNY Press, 2009.

Giles-Watson, Maura:

  • “‘Tristis Orestes?’ Reception, Repurposing, and Revenge in Pyckeryng’s Musical Comedy Horestes and Goffe’s Tragedy of Orestes.” The Trojan War and the Making of the Modern World. Ed. Adam Goldwyn. Uppsala: Studia Graeca Upsalensia (forthcoming 2015).
  • John Heywood, The Four PP. Ed. Maura Giles-Watson (Broadview Press, forthcoming 2014).
  • “Playing as Literate Practice: Humanism and the Exclusion of Women Performers from the London Professional Stages.” New Directions in Manuscript Studies and Reading Practices: Studies in Honor of Derek Pearsall. Eds. Kathryn Kerby-Fulton and John Thompson. University of Notre Dame Press (forthcoming 2014).
  • “John Rastell’s London Stage: Reconstructing Repertory and Collaborative Practice.”Early Theatre16.2 (2013).
  • “The Singing ‘Vice’: Music and Mischief in Early English Drama.” Early Theatre 12.2 (2009), 57-90.

McGowan, Joseph P. Old English Glossed Psalters: Psalms 51-100. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009.

Perez, Gail. Imagine Nation Not Deportation. Introduction to Poetry Chapbook, 2009.

Phukan, Atreyee and V.G. Julie Rajan, eds. Reading the Exotic: South Asia and Its Others. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2009.

Robinson, Fred Miller. “Digging Ireland: Ceide Fields, Seamus Heaney and Cultural Identity.” An Sionnach 4:1 (Spring 2008): 25-46.

Stoll, Abraham. Milton and Monotheism.  Pittsburg: Duquesne University Press, 2009.

Vander Elst, Stefan. “‘Tu es pélérin en la sainte cité’: Chaucer’s Knight and Philippe de Mézières.” Studies in Philology 106:4 (Fall 2009), 379-401.