Recent Publications of Emeritus, Emerita & Retired Faculty

Journal articles, book chapters, reviews, and short films since 2000, books (including books edited) since 1995. Click on a thumbnail for more information about that book. (Pages will open in a new browser window.)

Donald Ault

  • (Founder and General Editor) ImageTexT.
  • “Re-Visioning William Blake’s The Four Zoas.” ImageTexT 3.2 (2007).
  • Preludium: Crumb, Barks, and Noomin: Re-Considering the Aesthetics of Underground Comics.” ImageTexT 1.2 (2004).
  • Imagetextuality: ‘Cutting Up’ Again, Part III.” ImageTexT 1.1 (2004).
  • (Ed.) Carl Barks: Conversations. University Press of Mississippi, 2003.
  • “Visionary Synchronicities in Carl Barks Comics.” Comic Art 4 (2003): 44–58.
  • “In the Trenches, Taking the Heat: Confessions of a Comics Professor.” IJOCA (Pioneers of Comics Art Scholarship Series) 5.2 (2003): 233–60.
  • “Barks, Marx, og Disney: Nogle bemærkninger vedror den narrative virkeligheds aksiale natur.” Rackham (2002).
  • “Barksin Ankkauniversumi.” Vousisadan Ankat: Acar Barksin omat suosikit. Helsinki Media, 2001: 3–7.
  • “Nogle Tanker om et Variabelt Barks-Mutivers: om held tilfældigheder og skævheder hos Barks.” Rackham 3 (2001): 22–29.
  • “I Never Followed the Rules Very Closely.” The Comics Journal #227 (2000): 61–72.
  • “From the Duck’s Mouth.” The Comics Journal #227 (2000): 57–60.
  • “In Memoriam: Carl Barks.” The Comics Journal #227 (2000): 23.
  • Review of William Blake in a Newtonian World: Essays on Literature as Art and Science, by Stuart Peterfreund (University of Oklahoma Press, 1998). Modern Philology 97 (2000): 611–15.
  • “‘Cutting Up’ Again, Part II: Lacan on Barks on Lacan.” Comics and Culture: Theoretical and Analytical Approaches to Comics. University of Copenhagen Press, 2000. 109–21.

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Conversations

Richard Brantley

  • Experience and Faith: The Late-Romantic Imagination of Emily Dickinson. Palgrave Macmillan, 2004.
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A. Carl Bredahl

  • “‘What’s Western About Wright Morris’s The Field of Vision?’ My Students Ask.” Midwest Quarterly 45 (2004).
  • “After Words: The Western Movies of John Ford and Sam Peckinpah.” Seeing Beyond: Movies, Visions, and Values. Ed. Richard P. Sugg. Golden String Press, 2001. 281–302.
  • “Hemingway’s Green Hills of Africa as Evolutionary Narrative: Helix  and Scimitar.” Seeing Beyond: Movies, Visions, and Values. Ed. Richard P. Sugg. Golden String Press, 2001. 397–418.
  • Ivan Doig. Boise State University Press, 1999.

Alistair Duckworth

  • Review of An Imaginary England: Nation, Landscape and Literature1840–1920 by Roger Ebbatson (Ashgate, 2005). Victorian Studies 49.3 (2007): 551–53.
  • Review of Lisa Colletta’s Dark Humor and Social Satire in the Modern English Novel, by Lisa Colletta (Palgrave MacMillan, 2003). English Literature in Transition 1880–1920 49.2 (2006): 234–38.
  • “Landscape”Jane Austen in Context. Ed. Janet Todd (Cambridge University Press, 2005): 278–88.
  • “How Shall We Ever Recollect Half the Dishes for Grandmamma?” Eighteenth-Century Fiction 16.3 (2004): 471–92.
  • “Manners in Jane Austen’s Novels.” Re-Drawing Austen. Eds. Beatrice Battaglia and Diego Saglia (Liguori Editore, 2004).
  • Mansfield Park: Jane Austen’s Grounds of Being.” Palgrave Macmillan Reader’s Guide to Essential Criticism: Mansfield Park (Macmillan, 2004)
  • Review of From the Temple to the Castle: An Architectural History of British Literature, 1660–1760, by Lee Morrissey (University of Virginia Press, 2003). Scriblerian 36.2 (2004): 195–96.
  • “Two Borrowings in Pat Barker’s Regeneration.” Journal of Modern Literature 27.3 (2004): 63–67.
  • “Improving on Sensibility.” Nineteenth-Century Literary Criticism 81 (2003): 75–79.
  • Review of Paranoid Modernism: Literary Experiment, Psychosis, and the Professionalization of English Society, by David Trotter. English Literature in Transition, 1880–1920 46.3 (2003): 315–20.

Ira Clark

  • Rhetorical Readings, Dark Comedies, and Shakespeare’s Problem Plays. University of Florida Press, 2007.
  • “The Trappings of All’s Well That Ends Well.”Style 39 (2005): 277–98.
  • Comedy, Youth, Manhood in Early Modern England. University of Delaware Press, 2003.
  • “Comic Violence on the Late Tudor-Early Stuart Stage: A Theory and an Application.” Exemplaria 13.1 (2001): 253–86.
  • “The Widow Hunt on the Tudor-Stuart Stage.” Studies in English Literature 1500–1900 41 (2001): 399–416.
  • “’Measure for Measure’: Chiasmus, Justice, and Mercy.” Style 35 (2001): 659–80.
Comedy, Youth, Manhood in Early Modern England Rhetorical Readings, Dark Comedies, and Shakespeare’s Problem Plays

Andrew Gordon
  • “Mourning and Melancholia in E.L. Doctorow’s The Book of Daniel.” Psyart: An Online Journal for the Psychological Study of the Arts 20 (2016): 84-91. http://journal.psyart.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/PsyArt-2016-Article-5-A-Gordon.pdf.
  • “Bipolar Boys: Spielberg’s Manic-Depressive Children.” Children in the Films of Steven Spielberg. Eds. Adrian Schober and Debbie Olson. (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2016): 207-30.
  • “The Jew as Vampire in Bernard Malamud’s The Fixer.” Bernard Malamud: A Centennial Tribute. Eds. Victoria Aarons and Gustavo Sánchez Canales. (Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, 2016): 45-51.
  • “‘Envy’: Cynthia Ozick Meets Melanie Klein.” Roots of Passion: Essays on Cynthia Ozick. Ed. Jane Statlander-Slote. (Fort Lauderdale, FL: Llumina Press, 2016): 1-7.
  • “Scarlett y Mammy Revisitadas: Las Mujeres Blancas y Negras en el Cine de Hollywood.” (Co-authored with Hernán Vera). Fundido Encadenado: Reflexiones, Ficciones, Documental, Bandas Sonoras. Ed. Monica Satarain. (Buenos Aires, Argentina: Editorial de la Facultad de Filosofìa y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires, 2016), 103-38. Updated and revised chapter from Hernán Vera and Andrew M. Gordon, Screen Saviors: Hollywood Fictions of Whiteness (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2003). Trans. Hernán Vera and Andrew M. Gordon.
  • “In Memory of Mark Shechner (1940-2015).” Studies in American Jewish Literature 35.1 (2016): 135-37.
  • “In Memoriam: Mark Shechner (1940-2015).” Philip Roth Studies 12.1 (Spring 2016): 9-12.
  • “The Critique of the Pastoral, Utopia, and the American Dream in American Pastoral.” Philip Roth: American Pastoral, The Human Stain, The Plot Against America, Ed. Debra Shostak (Continuum, 2011): 33–43.
  • “When In Rome: Philip Roth’s Portnoy’s Complaint and Bernard Malamud’s Pictures of Fidelman.”Philip Roth Studies 4.1 (Spring 2008): 39–46.
  • Empire of Dreams: The Science Fiction and Fantasy Films of Steven Spielberg. Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.
  • “‘Envy’: Cynthia Ozick Meets Melanie Klein.” Selected Papers from the 2005 International Conference on Literature and Psychology, University of Cordoba, Spain.
  • (With Hernán Vera) “On How to Dissolve Racial Taboos” – Review of the film Guess Who. Contexts 4.4 (2005): 68–69.
  • Contact: Little Orphan Ellie.” Reconstruction 5.4 (2005).
  • “Philip Roth’s Patrimony and Art Spiegelman’s Maus: Jewish Sons Remembering Their Fathers.” Philip Roth Studies 1.1 (2005): 53–66.
  • “The Critique of Utopia in Philip Roth’s The Counterlife and American Pastoral.” Turning Up the Flame: Philip Roth’s Later Novels. Eds. Jay L. Halio and Ben Siegel. University of Delaware Press, 2005. 151–59.
  • “George Lucas’s THX 1138: A Portrait of the Artist as an Angry Young Man.” Film International 15.3 (2005).
  • Review of Key Texts in Jewish American Culture. Ed. Jack Kugelmass. American Jewish History 92.1 (2004): 135–38.
  • Review of Marleen S. Barr’s Oy, Pioneer. Science Fiction Research Association Review 267 (2004): 18.
  • “Smoking Dope with Thomas Pynchon: A Sixties Memoir.” The Portable Sixties Reader. Ed. Ann Charters. Viking, 2003. 228–38. Rpt. of “Smoking Dope with Thomas Pynchon: A Sixties Memoir.” The Vineland Papers: Critical Takes on Pynchon’s Novel. Ed. Geoffrey Green, Donald J. Greiner, and Larry McCaffery. Dalkey Archive Press, 1994. 167–78.
  • “Back to the Future: Oedipus as Time Traveller.” Liquid Metal: The Science Fiction Film Reader. Ed. Sean Redmond. Wallflower Press, 2004. 116–25. Rpt. of “Back to the Future:  Oedipus as Time Traveller.” Science-Fiction Studies 14 (1987):  372–85.
  • Jewish Fathers and Sons in Spiegelman’s Maus and Roth’s Patrimony.” ImageTexT 1.1 (2004).
  • “The Beautiful American: Sincere Fictions of the White Messiah in Hollywood Movies.” White Out: The Continuing Significance of Racism. Eds. Ashley W. Doane and Eduardo Bonilla-Silva. Routledge, 2003. 113–25.
  • (With Hernán Vera) Screen Saviors: Hollywood Fictions of Whiteness. Rowman and Littlefield, 2003.
  • The Matrix: Paradigm of Post-Modernism or Intellectual Poseur?” Taking the Red Pill: Science, Philosophy, and Religion in The Matrix. Ed. Glenn Yeffeth. Benbella Books, 2003. 85–102.
  • Review of No Cure for the Future: Disease and Medicine in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Ed. Gary Westfahl and George Slusser. Utopian Studies 14.2 (2003): 227–29.
  • “Steven Spielberg’s Empire of the Sun: A Boy’s Dream of War.” The Films of Steven Spielberg: Critical Essays. Ed. Charles L.P. Silet. Scarecrow Press, 2002. 109–26. Rpt. of Literature/Film Quarterly 19.4 (1991): 210–21.
  • “Play It Again, Sam: Ken Grimwood’s Replay and Time Travel as Reincarnation.” Worlds Enough and Time: Explorations of Time in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Eds. Gary Westfahl, George Slusser, and David Leiby. Greenwood Press, 2002. 139–47.
  • (With Hernán Vera) “Sincere Fictions of the White Self in the American Cinema: The Divided White Self in Civil War Films.” Classic Hollywood, Classic Whiteness. Ed.Daniel Bernardi. University of Minnesota Press, 2001. 263–80.
  • (With Hernán Vera) “Racism as a Project: Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner?Literature and Psychoanalysis. Ed. Frederico Pereira. Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada, 2001. 255–65.
  • Review of Chris Gregory’s Star Trek: Parallel Narratives. Science-Fiction Studies 28 (2001): 144–45.
  • “L’objet transitionnel et la nouvelle de Cynthia Ozick ‘Le Chale.’“ Gradiva 4.1 (2001): 43–51. Trans. Yves Thoret. Rpt. of “Cynthia Ozick’s ‘The Shawl’ and the Transitional Object.” Literature and Psychology 40.1–2 (1994): 1–9.
  • (Ed. with Peter L. Rudnytsky)Psychoanalyses/Feminisms. State University of New York Press, 2000.
  • Review of Stephanie Schwam’s The Making of 2001: A Space Odyssey and of Leonard F. Wheat’s Kubrick’s 2001: A Triple Allegory. Science Fiction Research Association Review 249 (2000): 12–13.
  • Review of Mark Jancovich’s Rational Fears: American Horror in the 1950s. Science-Fiction Studies 27 (2000): 162–66.
  • Review of Alien Zone II: The Spaces of Science-Fiction Cinema. Ed. Annette Kuhn. Science Fiction Research Association Review 246 (2000): 16.
  • Review of Kim Newman’s Apocalypse Movies: End of the World Cinema. Science Fiction Research Association Review 244 (2000): 14–15.
Empire of Dreams: The Science Fiction and Fantasy Films of Steven Spielberg Psychoanalyses/Feminisms
Screen Saviors

Norman Holland
  • (Editor in Chief ) PSYART: An Online Journal for the Psychological Study of the Arts.
  • With Murray Schwartz (Emerson College), Know Thyself: Delphi Seminars. Published online by the PsyArt Foundation, <www.knowthyselfdelphiseminars.com>.
  • “Psychoanalysis as Science.”Scientific Review of Alternative Medicine 10 (2006): 21–23.
  • “The Neuroscience of Metafilm.” The inaugural issue of Projections: The Journal for Movies and Mind 1.1 (2007): 59–74.
  • “Tickled Rats and Human Laughter.” Neuro-Psychoanalysis 9.1 (2007): 42–57.
  • “Literary Creativity: A Neuropsychoanalytic View.” Evolutionary and Neurocognitive Approaches to Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts. Eds. Colin Martindale, Paul Locher, and Vladmimir M. Petrov. Baywood Publishing, 2007. 165–80.
  • “Style, Identity, Free Association, and the Brain.” PsyArt 10 (2006).
  • Meeting Movies. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2006.
  • “‘The Barge She Sat In’: Psychoanalysis and Diction.” PsyArt 9 (2005).
  • “Hamlet’s Big Toe? Neuropsychology and Literary Character.” The Twentieth International Conference on Literature and Psychoanalysis. Ed. Frederico Pereira. Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada, 2005.
  • “The First Psychological Critic: Walter Whiter.” Journal of Literary Criticism 10.1 (2004): 1–13.
  • “The Power(?) of Literature.” New Literary History 35.3 (2004): 395–410.
  • “Psychoanalysis as Science.” PsyArt 8 (2004).
  • “The First Psychological Critic: Walter Whiter (1758–1832).” PsyArt 8 (2004).
  • “The Willing Suspension of Disbelief: A Neuro-Psychoanalytic View.” PsyArt 7 (2003).
  • “H.D.’s Analysis with Freud.” PsyArt 6 (2002).
  • “Where Is a Text? A Neurological View.” New Literary History 33.1 (2002): 21–38.
  • Psikanaliz ve Shakespare. Trans. Özgür Karacam. Istanbul: Gendas Kültür, 2002.
  • “The Neurosciences and the Arts.” Literature and Psychoanalysis: Proceedings of the Eighteenth International Conference on Literature and Psychoanalysis. Nicosia (Cyprus), May 2001. 103–12.
  • “The Barge She Sat In.” Psychoanalytic Studies 3.1 (2001): 7994.
  • Poems in Persons: A Psychology of the Literary Process (rev. ed.). Cybereditions, 2000.
  • “Il mio Shakespeare in Love.” Documenti di lavoroletture Shakespeariane 296-297-298. (2000): 16–37.
  • “An Extension of George Lakoff’s How Unconscious Metaphorical Thought Shapes Dreams.” PsyArt 4 (2000).
  • “The Neurosciences and the Arts.” PsyArt 3 (2000).
  • “The Mind and the Book: Past, Present, and Future Psychoanalytic Literary Criticism.” The Psychoanalytic Century: Freud’s Legacy for the Future. Ed. David E. Scharff. Other Press, 2000. 181–94.
  • “Creativity and the Stock Market.” The Bulletin of Psychology and the Arts 1.2 (2000): 62–64.
  • Death in a Delphi Seminar. State University of New York Press, 1995.
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Death in a Delphi Seminar

R. Brandon Kershner
  • “The Sands Of Pleasure: Prostitution And Modernity.” The Prague Symposium issue, Hypermedia Joyce Studies (2010).
  • Review of Vike Plock’s Joyce, Medicine and Modernity (University Press of Florida, 2010), “The Joyce Symptom.” James Joyce Literary Supplement 24:2 (Fall 2010): 4–5.
  • “Newspapers and Popular Culture.” James Joyce in Context. Ed. John McCourt (Cambridge: CUP, 2009). 299–309.
  • “Joyce, Music, and Popular Culture.” A Companion to Joyce Studies. Ed. Richard Brown (Blackwell, 2008). 270–85.
  • “Modernity, Postmodernity and Popular Culture in Joyce and Eliot.” Modernism. Eds. Astradur Eysteinsson and Vivian Liska. John Benjamins, 2007. 607–17.
  • “Liberation.”Subtropics 2 (2006): 112.
  • “A Review of Mark Wollaeger’s Casebook on Portrait of the Artist.” James Joyce Quarterly 41.4: 857–60.
  • (Ed.) James Joyce, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. 2d ed. Bedford / St. Martin’s Press, 2006.
  • “James Joyce” and “Mikhail Bakhtin.” Encyclopedia of Literature and Politics. Ed. M. Keith Booker. Greenwood Press, 2005.
  • “A Review of Judith Kitchen’s The House on Eccles Street.”James Joyce Quarterly 40.4.
  • “Family Resemblances in Dubliners.” A New and Complex Sensation: Essays on Joyce’s Dubliners Ed. Oona Frawley. Lilliput Press, 2004. 168–73.
  • “Dialogical and Intertextual Joyce.” James Joyce Studies Ed. Jean-Michel Rabaté. Palgrave Macmillan, 2004. 183–202.
  • “The Reader, the Frame, and Impressionism in Heart of Darkness,” Conradiana 53.1–2 (2003): 41–48.
  • (Ed.)Cultural Studies of James Joyce. Rodopi, 2003.
  • “Harold Nicolson’s Visit with Joyce.” James Joyce Quarterly (Winter 2002): 325–30.
  • “A Review of Christy L. Burns’s Gestural Politics: Stereotype and Parody in Joyce” and Derek Attridge’s Joyce Effects: On Language, Theory, and History. Novel 35.1 (2002): 142–45.
  • “Framing Rudy and Photography.” Joyce and the Joyceans. Ed. Morton P. Levitt. Syracuse University Press, 2002. 70–90.
  • “A Review of Annette Federico’s Idol of Suburbia: Marie Corelli and Late-Victorian Literary Culture.” Clio 313 (2002): 334–37.
  • “Family Resemblances in Dubliners.” “Dubliners”: Lectures, Critiques/Critical Approaches. Ed. Claudine Raynaud. GRAAT, 2000. 47–52.
  • “Mikhail Bakhtin and Bakhtinian Criticism” and “Notes Toward a Reading of A Portrait of the Artist.” Introducing Literary Theories: A Guide and Glossary Ed. Julian Wolfreys. Edinburgh University Press, 2001. 19–32.
  • The Twentieth-Century Novel: An Introduction. Bedford / St. Martin’s Press, 1997.
  • (Ed.)Joyce and Popular Culture. University Press of Florida, 1996.
A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man Cultural Studies of James Joyce

David Leverenz
  • “Working Women and Creative Doubles: Getting to The Marble Faun.” Hawthorne and the Real: Bicentennial Essays. Ed. Millicent Bell. Ohio State University Press, 2005. 144–158.
  • “Paternalism.” Men and Masculinities: A Social, Cultural, and Historical Encyclopedia, 2 vols. Eds. Amy Aronson and Michael S. Kimmel. ABC CLIO, 2004. 398–400.
  • “Honor.” Men and Masculinities: A Social, Cultural, and Historical Encyclopedia, 2 vols. Eds. Amy Aronson and Michael S. Kimmel. ABC CLIO, 2004. 583–586.
  • “Trachtenberg, Haskell, & Livingston, Inc.” American Literary History 15 (2003): 738–47.
  • “Booker T. Washington’s Strategies of Manliness, for Black and White Audiences.” Booker T. Washington and Black Progress: Up From Slavery 100 Years Later. Ed. W. Fitzhugh Brundage. University Press of Florida, 2003. 149–76.
  • Paternalism Incorporated: Fables of Fatherhood, 1865–1940. Cornell University Press, 2003.
  • “Spanking the Master: Mind-Body Crossings in Poe’s Sensationalism.” A Historical Guide to Edgar Allan Poe. Ed. J. Gerald Kennedy. Oxford University Press, 2001.
  • “Alive with Contradictions: Close Reading, Liberal Pluralism, and Non-Narratable Plots in Uncle Tom’s Cabin.” Approaches to Teaching Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin. Ed. Elizabeth Ammons and Susan Belasco. Modern Language Association, 2000.
Paternalism Incorporated

Kevin McCarthy

  • African-American Sites in Florida. Pineapple Press, 2007.
  • Florida Outhouses: An Ode to the Shack at the Back. The History Press, 2007
  • Cedar Key, Florida: A History. The History Press, 2007
  • Cedar Key: An Illustrated History, 2006.
  • Over Southeast Florida. Pineapple Press, 2005.
  • St. Johns River Guidebook. Pineapple Press, 2004.
  • Greek Americans of Florida. Whitehall Printing Company, 2004
  • Apalachicola Bay. Pineapple Press, 2004.
  • Women at the University of Florida. University of Florida’s 150th Anniversary Committee, 2003.
  • Aviation in Florida. Pineapple Press, 2003.
  • Honoring the Past, Shaping the Future. University of Florida’s 150th Anniversary Committee, 2003.
  • (With Betty Stewart-Dowdell) African Americans at the University of Florida. University of Florida’s 150th Anniversary Committee, 2003.
  • Florida Outhouses. Infinity Publishing, 2002.
  • Babe Ruth in Florida. Infinity Publishing, 2002.
  • Ocala. Arcadia Press, 2001.
  • Fightin’ Gators: A History of University of Florida Football. Arcadia Press, 2000.
St. Johns River Guidebook Greek Americans of Florida
Apalachicola Bay Aviation in Florida
Florida Outhouses African Americans at the University of Florida
Honoring the Past, Shaping the Future Women of the University of Florida

Marie Nelson

  • “Mystery1 Mystery2: Examples from Ellis Peters’ Cadfael Chronicles,” Germanic Notes and Reviews 45.1 (2014): 38–50.
  • “An Onomastic Approach to The Story of Edgar Sawtelle: David Wroblewski’s Transformation of Shakespeare’s Hamlet.” Journal of Literary Onomastics 3 (2013–14): 24–31.
  • “‘Why Gost Thu in White?’ A Non-Question Reconsidered as a Genuine Request for Information,” Papers on Language and Literature, 48.1 (2012): 101-108.
  • “Augustine, Antithesis, and Anglo-Saxon Wisdom,” Medieval Perspectives, 26 (2011): 105-115.
  • “J.R.R. Tolkien’s ‘Leaf by Niggle’: An Allegory in Transformation,” Mythlore, 28.3-4 (2010): 5-19.
  • “Prefacing and Praising: Two Functions of ‘Hearing’ Formulas in the Beowulf Story,” Neuphilologische Mitteilungen, 110.4 (2009): 487-495.
  • “Time and J.R.R. Tolkien’s ‘Riddles in the Dark,’” Mythlore, 27.1-2 (2008): 67-82.
  • “The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth Beorhthelm’s Son: J.R.R. Tolkien’s Sequel to ‘The Battle of Maldon,’” Mythlore, 26. 3-4 (2008), 65-87.
  • “The Authority of the Spoken Word: Speech Acts in Mark Twain’s The Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court,” Oral Tradition, 23.1 (2008): 28-42.
  • “Re-reading Beowulf from an Older, Wiser Perspective,” Medieval Perspectives, 23 2008 [2011]: 67-84.
  • “The Nine Herbs Charm,” Germanic Notes and Reviews, 38.1 (2007): 5-10.
  • “John Gardner’s Grendel: A Story Retold and Transformed in the Process,” Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts,” 18.3 (2007); 340-364.
  • “Phonology, Morphology, Syntax: Reading The Lord of the Rings from a Linguistics Perspective,” Germanic Notes and Reviews, 37.1 (2006): 29-34.
  • “Beowulf’s Boast Words,” Neophilologus, 89.2 (2005); 299-310.
  • “From the Book of Margery Kempe: The Trials and Triumphs of a Homeward Journey,” Oral Tradition, 19.2 (2004): 214-35.

Melvyn New

  • (Ed. with Derek Taylor) Astell’s Letters Concerning the Love of God. Ashgate, 2005.
  • “Richard Lovell Edgeworth and Laurence Sterne.” Notes and Queries, N.S. 51.4 (2004): 417–21.
  • “Scholia to the Florida Edition of the Works of Sterne from The Scriblerian, 1987–2005.” The Shandean 15 (2004): 135–64.
  • “Lisping in Numbers: Some Canonical Statistics for the Present Age.” The Scriblerian (Autumn 2004).
  • (Ed. with W. G. Day) A Sentimental Journey and Continuation of the Bramine’s Journal. The Works of Laurence Sterne, Vol. 6. University Press of Florida, 2002.
  • “John Norris of Bemerton.” Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 252 (“British Philosophers, 1500–1799”), 2002.
  • “Sterne.” Oxford Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment. Oxford University Press, 2002.
  • (Ed. with Robert Bernasconi and Richard A. Cohen) In Proximity: Emmanuel Levinas and the Eighteenth Century. Texas Tech University Press, 2001.
  • “Reading Sterne Through Proust and Levinas.” Age of Johnson 12 (2001): 329–60.
  • Critical Essays on Laurence Sterne. G. K. Hall, 1998.
  • (Ed.) The Sermons of Laurence Sterne: The Notes. The Works of Laurence Sterne, Vol. 5. University Press of Florida, 1996.
  • (Ed.) The Sermons of Laurence Sterne. The Works of Laurence Sterne, Vol. 4. University Press of Florida, 1996.
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In Proximity: Emmanuel Levinas and the 18th Century A Sentimentaly Journey and Continuation of the Bramine's Journal
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Telling New Lies: Seven Essays on Fiction, Past and Present Mary Astell and John Norris: Letters Concerning the Love of God

Bernard J. Paris

  • Dostoevsky’s Greatest Characters: a New Approach to Notes from Underground, Crime and Punishment, and The Brothers Karamazov. Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.
  • Conrad’s Charlie Marlow: A New Approach to “Heart of Darkness” and Lord Jim. Palgrave Macmillan, 2006.
  • Rereading George Eliot: Changing Responses to Her Experiments in Life. State University of New York Press, 2003.
  • The Unknown Karen Horney: Essays on Gender, Culture, and Psychoanalysis. Yale University Press, 2000.
  • The Therapeutic Process: Essays and Lectures. Yale University Press, 1999.
  • Imagined Human Beings: A Psychological Approach to Character and Conflict in Literature. New York University Press, 1997.
Conrad’s Charlie Marlow: A New Approach to “Heart of Darkness” and Lord Jim Rereading George Eliot: Changing Responses to Her Experiments in Life
The Unknown Karen Horney: Essays on Gender, Culture, and Psychoanalysis The Therapeutic Process: Essays and Lectures
  Imagined Human Beings: A Psychological Approach to Character and Conflict in Literature

R. Allen Shoaf
  • Review of Lucretius: Poetry, Philosophy, Science. (A. Lehoux, D. Morrison, & Alison Sharrock, eds.) Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 2013.10.38. <http://bmcr.brynmawr.edu/2013/2013-10-38.html>
  • Lucretius and Shakespeare on the Nature of Things. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014.
  • (Co-founding Editor) Exemplaria.
  • “Coop” and “The Crack” appeared in Poetry South, and “Coop” has been nominated for the Pushcart Prize.
  • “From Clio to JHMuse©: On the Muse of Digitalia,” in The Post-Historical Middle Ages, eds. Elizabeth Scala and Sylvia Federico. Palgrave, 2009. 215–28.
  • “‘By winning words to conquer willing hearts’: Miltonic Strategies of Alliteration in Paradise Regained and Suggestions for Teaching Them.” MLA volume on Approaches to Teaching Milton’s Shorter Poetry and His Prose, ed. Peter C. Herman. MLA, 2007. 185–88.
  • Shakespeare’s Theater of Likeness. New Academia Publishing, 2006.
  • Review of The Rhetorical Poetics of the Middle Ages: Reconstructive Polyphony: Essays in Honor of Robert O. Payne (John M. Hill and Deborah M. Sinnreich-Levi, eds.) Studies in the Age of Chaucer 23 (2002): 555–59.
  • Review of Eric Jager’s The Book of the Heart. The Journal of English and Germanic Philology 101 (2002): 240–42.
  • Chaucer’s Body: The Anxiety of Circulation in “The Canterbury Tales.” University Press of Florida, 2001.
  • The Dante Encyclopedia, ed. Richard H. Lansing (New York: Garland, 2000). Articles on “Albero da Siena” (10); “Capocchio” (141); “Commedia: Allegory and Realism” (194–97); “Demophoön” (298); “Erichtho” (355–56); “Geri di Bello” (433); “Niccolo of Siena” (648); “Stricca” (800).
  • (Ed.) Thomas Usk: The Testament of Love. Medieval Institute Publications, 1998.
Exemplaria Shakeseare’s Theater of Likeness
The Testament of Love Chaucer’s Body

Chris Snodgrass
  • “Keeping Faith: Consistency and Paradox in the World View of Michael Field.” Michael Field and Their World, eds. Margaret Stetz and Cheryl A. Wilson. Rivendale Press, 2009. 171–80.
  • Review of Cambridge Companion to the Fin de Siècle, ed. Gail Marshall. English Literature in Transition, 1880–1920 52.2 (Spring 2009): 231–36.
  • “Wilde’s Salome: Turning ‘the Monstrous Beast’ into a Tragic Hero.” Oscar Wilde: The Man, His Writings, and His World. Ed. Robert N. Keane. AMS Press, 2003.
  • “A Review of Allison Pease’s Modernism, Mass Culture, and the Aesthetics of Obscenity.” English Literature in Transition, 1880–1920 46.1 (2003): 71–75.
  • “A Review of Daniel O. Bell’s A Pious Bacchanal: Affinities Between the Lives and Works of John Flaxman and Aubrey Beardsley.” Victorian Studies 44.4 (2002): 702–4.
  • “The Poetry of the 1890s.” Companion to Victorian Poetry. Eds. Richard Cronin, Alison Chapman and Anthony H. Harrison. Blackwell, 2002. 321–41.
  • “Rare Books Collection Helps New Scholarship on the Victorian ‘Yellow Nineties,’” Chapter One: Howe Society Newsletter (2001): 4–6.
  • “Beardsley Scholarship at his Centennial: Tethering or Untethering a Victorian Icon.” English Literature in Transition, 1880–1920 42.4 (2000): 363–99.
  • Aubrey Beardsley: Dandy of the Grotesque. Oxford University Press, 1995.
Aubrey Beardsley: Dandy of the Grotesque

Roger Thompson
  • Filipino English and Taglish: Language Switching from Multiple Perspectives. John Benjamins Publishing, 2003.
  • “Too Old to Surf? Internet Training for Reluctant Teachers.” The Messenger: A Publication of Sunshine State TESOL of Florida 2 (2000): 15–16.
Filipino English and Taglish: Language Switching from Multiple Perspectives

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Robert Thomson
  • “‘Dear Mr Walker’: Gavin Greig’s Letters to William Walker of Aberdeen.” Folk Song: Tradition, Revival and Re-Creation. Eds. Ian Russell and David Atkinson. University of Aberdeen Press, 2004. 196–210.
  • (With Marie Nelson) “The Fabliau.” A Companion to Old and Middle English Literature. Eds. Laura Cooner Lambdin and Robert Thomas Lambdin. Greenwood Press, 2002. 255–75.

James Twitchell
  • Shopping For God: How Christianity Went From in Your Heart to in Your Face. Simon & Schuster, 2007.
  • Where Men Hide (Photos by Ken Ross). Columbia University Press, 2006.
  • Branded Nation. Simon & Schuster, 2004.
  • Living It Up: America’s Love Affair With Luxury. Simon & Schuster, 2002.
  • Twenty Ads That Shook The World: The Century’s Most Groundbreaking Advertising. Crown Publishing, 2000.
  • Lead Us Into Temptation: The Triumph of American Materialism. Columbia University Press, 1999.
  • For Shame: The Loss of Common Decency in American Culture. St. Martin’s, 1997.
  • Adcult USA: The Triumph of Advertising in America. Columbia University Press, 1995.
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Where Men Hide Lead Us Into Temptation: The Triumph of American Materialism
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Living It Up: America's Love Affair with Luxury

Gregory L. Ulmer
  • Electracy: Gregory L. Ulmer’s Textshop Experiments. Eds. Craig Saper and Victor Vitanza with a Preface by Craig J. Saper and Victor J. Vitanza. The Davies Group, Publishers (2015).
  • “Chora Collaborations.” Rhizomes 18 (2008).
  • “Image Heuretics.” Contemporary Poetics. Ed. Louis Armand (Northwestern University Press, 2007): 233–55.
  • “Joseph Beuys.” Joseph Beuys: The Reader. Eds. Claudia Mesch and Viola Michely, MIT Press, 2007. Reprinted from Applied Grammatology (Johns Hopkins, 1985).
  • “Derrida in Miami (Miautre).”The European Legacy 12.4 (2007): 457–68.
  • Illogic of Sense: The Gregory Ulmer Remix. Eds. Darren Tofts and Lisa Gye. electronic book review / Alt X Press, 2007.
  • “Discourse of the Imaginary.” Exile of the Imaginary: Politics, Aesthetics, Love, catalog of an exhibition of the Generali Foundation, Vienna, January 18–April 29, 2007. Curated by Juli Carson. Sabine Breitwieser, 2007.
  • Electronic Monuments. University of Minnesota Press, 2006.
  • “Derrida Archive.” Poiesis 7 (2005): 58–63.
  • “Chora.” Glossalalia. Ed. Julian Wolfreys. Edinburgh University Press, 2003.
  • Internet Invention: From Literacy to Electracy. Longman Publishers, 2003.
  • “Design Education and Electracy.” Design Philosophy Papers 5 (2003).
  • “Soft Wishing Y (for 9/11).” artUS (Nov.–Dec. 2003): 34–35.
  • “Image Emergency,” Leonardo 36.3 (2003): 197–98.
  • “The Internet and Its Double: Voice in Electracy.” Theoretical and Conceptual Innovation in Digital Domains. Eds. Gunnar Liestol, et al. MIT Press, 2003. 91–113.
  • “Miami Miautre: Mapping the Virtual City (A Preview).” Journal of Visual Culture 1.3 (2002): 341–57.
  • “Reality Tables: Virtual Furniture.” Prefiguring Cyberculture: An Intellectual History. Ed. Darren Tofts. MIT Press, 2003. 110–29.
  • “The Upsilon Project: A Post-Tragic Testimonial.” Psychoanalysis and Performance. Eds. Patrick Campbell and Adrian Kear. Routledge, 2001. 203–17.
Electronic Monuments Internet Invention: From Literacy to Electracy
Illogic of Sense

Sidney Wade
  • (Poetry Editor) Subtropics.
  • Straits & Narrows. Persea Books, 2013.
  • Stroke. Persea Books, 2008.
  • Guest Poetry Editor, Two Lines: World Literature in Translation 15 (2008)
  • Guest Editor, Translation Review 68 (2004).
  • Celestial Bodies. Louisiana State University Press, 2002.
  • Green. University of South Carolina Press, 1998.
  • From Istanbul. Yapi Kredi Yayinlar, 1998.
Subtropics Straits
Stroke Celestial Bodies
Green From Istanbul

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