Graduate Student Publications


Travis Alexander

"Long Live the Old Flesh: AIDS and the Americans with Disabilities Act at Quarter Century," Symploke 26.1 - 2 (December 2018)

 

" 'A hint of industrial espionage in the eye': Orientalism, Essayism, and the Politics of Memory in Chris Marker's Sans Soleil," Quarterly Review of Film and Video (forthcoming) 

 

"Deregulating Grief: A Review of Dagmawi Woubshet's The Calendar of Loss: Race, Sexuality, and Mourning in the Early Era of AIDS,"  boundary 2 (2016) 

Jennifer Edwell

Edwell, Jennifer, Singer, Sarah, and Jordynn Jack. "Healing Arts: Rhetorical Techne as Medical (Humanities) Intervention." Rhetoric of Health and Medicine, special issue of Technical Communication Quarterly. Accepted; Forthcoming.

Singer, Sarah, Bloom-Pojar, Rachel, Dubriwny, Tasha, Kinney, Tiffany, McFarlane, Megan, Murawski, Carrie, Edwell, Jennifer, and Robin Jensen. "Reevaluating Our Commitments: Intersectionality, Interdisciplinarity, and the Future of Feminist Rhetoric." Rhetoric's Change, edited by Jenny Rice and Chelsea Graham. Forthcoming. 

Edwell, Jennifer. Medical Interiors: Materiality and Spatiality in Medical Rhetoric.” Methodologies in Rhetoric of Health and Medicine, edited by Lisa Meloncon and Blake Scott. New York: Routledge. 2018.

Singer, Sarah, Weed, Kym, Edwell, Jennifer, Jack, Jordynn, and Jane Thrailkill. "Advancing Pre-Health Humanities as Intensive Research Practice: Principles and Recommendations from a Cross-Disciplinary Baccalaureate Setting." Pre-Health Humanities Education, special issue of Journal of Medical Humanities. Accepted; first online 01 June 2017. 

Edwell, Jennifer, and Jordynn Jack. “Gestational Diabetes Testing, Narrative, and Medical Distrust.” In Bioethical Inquiry, symposium on “Public Trust in Expert Knowledge” edited by Silvia Camporesi, Mark Davis, and Maria Vaccarella. December 2016.

Patrick Eichholz

"Double-Edged Satire in Zamyatin's We." Extrapolation 56.3 (December 2015).

Adam J. Engel

Engel, Adam J. "Talking Heads: Bodiless Voices in Heart of Darkness, 'The Hollow Men,' and the First World War." Conradiana 45.3 (2013). Print.

Engel, Adam J. Rev. of At the Violet Hour: Modernism and Violence in England and Ireland, by Sarah Cole. Joseph Conrad Today (February 2015). Print.

Engel, Adam J. "A Midday Snack" and "The Privilege of Tangerines."The Yellow Chair Review 8 (September 2016). Web.

Grant Glass

University of California Berkeley Comparative Literature Journal. Published Paper for Summer 2013 Edition, “Disruptive Reading: Resistance to Digitalization in Laurence Stern’s

Tristram Shandy and Jonathan Safran Foer’s Tree of Codes”

Rachael Isom

"'Habituat[ing] to Reflection': Hannah More's Romantic Novel." Essays in Romanticism 23.1 (2016): 95-112.

"'Do you think I can't read between the lines?': Discourse of the Unsaid in J. M. Coetzee's Diary of a Bad Year." The Journal of Commonwealth Literature. Published online ahead of print (March 2016): 1-14. http://jcl.sagepub.com/cgi/reprint/0021989415627314v1.pdf?ijkey=eYOnwjXD.... Forthcoming in print.

"Caroline Fry's Death, and Other Poems in Conversation with the Night Thoughts of Edward Young." New Perspectives on the Eighteenth Century 2.1 (2014): 63-74.

Ben Murphy

"James Dickey's Deliverance, Film Adaptation, and the Postsouthern" Mississippi Quarterly (Forthcoming 2018) 

“The Universes of Speculative Realism: A Review of The Universe of Things: On Speculative Realism” by Steven Shaviro. boundary 2: b2o review Web (June 1, 2017) 

Jerrod Rosenbaum

"Spenser's Merlin Rehabilitated." Spenser Studies: A Renaissance Poetry Annual 29 (2014): 149-178.

Nikki Roulo

Publications

 

Henze, Catherine. Robert Armin and Shakespeare’s Performed Songs. New York: Routledge Press, 2017. 206 pp. $104.95 ISBN: 9781472458322, in Renaissance Quarterly  (forthcoming 2018).

 

Marno, David. Death Be Not Proud: The Art of Holy Attention. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2016. 385 pp. $40.00 ISBN: 9780226415970, in Journal of Early Modern Cultural Studies (forthcoming 2018). 

 

Selected Conferences

 

 “‘Speak to him in many sorts of music:’ the Poetics of Shakespeare’s Song Bodies,” British Shakespeare Association, Queen’s University Belfast, June 14-17, 2018.

 

 “‘Wont to be so full of song:'" Bodies of Song in Shakespeare’s Dramas,” Northeast Modern Language Association, April 12, 2018.

   

Louder the music there:’ Digitally Cutting and Pasting Song in Twelfth Night and King Lear.” Duke University, April 6, 2018.

 

“‘With thy uncovered body:’ Resistant Poetics of Song Bodies in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and King Lear,” Early Modern Colloquium, University of Michigan, March 17, 2018.

 

“Grief’s Mask of Distance: Classical Veins in ‘On My First Daughter’ and ‘A Description of the Morning,’” Massachusetts Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies Graduate Conference, Massachusetts Center for Interdisciplinary Renaissance Studies, University of Massachusetts, October 10, 2015.

 

Sarah Singer

Edwell, Jennifer, Singer, Sarah, and Jordynn Jack. "Healing Arts: Rhetorical Techne as Medical (Humanities) Intervention." Rhetoric of Health and Medicine, special issue of Technical Communication Quarterly. Accepted; Forthcoming.  

Singer, Sarah, and Jordynn Jack. "Performing Chronicity: Gender, Illness, and Online Identity." The Rhetoric of Health and Medicine as/is: Theories and Concepts for an Emerging Field, edited by Lisa Meloncon, Scott Graham, Jenell Johnson, John Lynch, and Cynthia Ryan. Forthcoming. 

Singer, Sarah, Bloom-Pojar, Rachel, Dubriwny, Tasha, Kinney, Tiffany, McFarlane, Megan, Murawski, Carrie, Stockwell, Jennifer, and Robin Jensen. "Reevaluating Our Commitments: Intersectionality, Interdisciplinarity, and the Future of Feminist Rhetoric." Rhetoric's Change, edited by Jenny Rice and Chelsea Graham. Forthcoming. 

Singer, Sarah, Weed, Kym, Stockwell, Jennifer, Jack, Jordynn, and Jane Thrailkill. "Advancing Pre-Health Humanities as Intensive Research Practice: Principles and Recommendations from a Cross-Disciplinary Baccalaureate Setting." Pre-Health Humanities Education, special issue of Journal of Medical Humanities. Accepted; first online 01 June 2017. 

Singer, Sarah. "Rethinking Recovery Work: New Directions in Feminist Histories of Rhetoric." Review of Autism and Gender: From Refrigerator Mothers to Computer Geeks, by Jordynn Jack, Dirty Words: The Rhetoric of Public Sex Education, by Robin E. Jensen, and Breast or Bottle?: Contemporary Controversies in Infant-Feeding Policy and Practice, by Amy Koerber. Peitho, vol. 19, no. 1, 2016. pp. 166-77. 

Singer, Sarah. "Beyond the Domestic Sphere: Home Economics and the Education of Women at Maryland State College, 1916–94." Young Scholars in Writing: Undergraduate Research in Writing and Rhetoric, vol. 10, 2012, pp. 105-15.

Doreen Thierauf

Guest editor, with Lauren Pinkerton, of a special issue on “Generations” in Women’s Writing. Seven essays and introduction. Forthcoming 2018.

Daniel Deronda, Marital Rape, and the End of Reproduction.” Victorian Review 43.2 (2018). In press.

“Tending to Old Stories: Daniel Deronda and Hysteria, Revisited.” Victorian Literature and Culture 46.2 (2018). In press.

“The Hidden Abortion Plot in in George Eliot’s Middlemarch." Victorian Studies 56.3 (2014): 479-89.

“Forever After: Desire in the 21st-Century Romance Blockbuster.” Journal of Popular Culture 49.3 (2016): 604-26.

Katherine Walker

“‘Daring to Pry into the Privy Chamber of Heaven’: Early Modern Mock-Almanacs and the Virtues of Ignorance.” Forthcoming at Studies in Philology.

“Early Modern Almanacs and The Witch of Edmonton.” Early Modern Literary Studies (2015).

“Spectatorship and Vision in The York Corpus Christi Plays.” Comitatus (September 2014).

“‘Sometimes an Actor Himselfe’: Robert Burton and Therapeutic Theatricality.” Prose Studies 35.3 (2013): 223-238.

Kym Weed

Sarah Ann Singer, Kym Weed, Jennifer Edwell, Jordynn Jack, and Jane F. Thrailkill. "Advancing Pre-Health Humanities as Intensive Research Practice: Principles and Recommendations from a Cross-Divisional Baccalaureate Setting." Journal of Medical Humanities, published online ahead of print, DOI: 10.1007/s10912-017-9452-6

Rae X. Yan

“Dickens’s Wild Child: Nurture and Discipline after Peter the Wild Boy.” Dickens Studies Annual 48 (2017): 45-58.