English

Faculty Bibliography
English Department
[Last names A-H]

Selected English Department Books 
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Albakry | Badley, L. | Badley, W. | BargerBarnett | Blackwell | Bradley | Brantley | Bray | Brewer | Cain | Casal | Clayton | Cox | E. Donovan | K. Donovan | Dubek | Gaitely | Hague | Helford | Hibbard | Hixon | Hollings | Holtzclaw | Houp |

Books by faculty appear in bold.

Albakry, Mohammed. (2013) (forthcoming in issue. 32). We have room but for one language here: framing Nashville English-only debate (with Nancy Warden). Journal of Languages and Linguistics.
___. (2012). Duality of expression: Revolutionary and linguistic politics in Ibrahim Al-Husseini's Comedy of Sorrows. International Journal of Arabic-English Studies 13.1. 89-102.
___. (2012). I own this language that everybody speaks: Ghanaians' attitude toward the English language, (with Dominic Ofori). English World-Wide, 33.2. 165-184.
___. (2012). Into the Arab-American borderland: Bilingual creativity in Randa Jarrar's Map of Home, (with Jonathan Siler). Arab Studies Quarterly, 34.3. 109-122.
___. (2011). Ghanaian English and code switching in Catholic churches, (with Dominic Ofori). World Englishes:Journal of English as an International and Intranational Language, 30.4. 515-532.
___. (2008). Code switching in Ahdaf Soueif's The Map of Love,(with Patsy Hancock). Journal of Language & Literature, 17.3. 221-234.
___. (2007). Usage prescriptive rules in newspaper language. Southern Journal of Linguistics, 31, 2. 28-56.
___. (2007). The literary world of (Moroccan writer) Muhammad Zefzaf: Three short stories, (with Roger Allen).Middle Eastern Literatures,10, 2. 129-136.
___. (2005). Linguistic and cultural issues in literary translation: A case study.International Journal of Arabic-English Studies, 6, 1. 161-172.
___. (2004). US 'Friendly Fire' bombing of Canadian troops: Analysis of the investigative reports. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies: An International Journal, 1.3. 163-178.

Review Articles
___. (2007). History of English linguistics. The Year's Work in English Studies, 86. 28-31: Oxford University Press.
___. (2006). History of English linguistics. The Year's Work in English Studies, 85. 16-18: Oxford University Press.
___. (2004). A corpus-based study of English usage. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies: An international Journal, 1.4. 250-252.
___. (2004). The merits of a combined bilingual and monolingual dictionary. International Journal of Lexicography, 17, 2. 234-236.

Book Reviews
___. (2004). Review of "Race and the rise of Standard American". Journal of English Linguistics, 37, 1. 53-55.
___. (2004). New stories of English: Review of "Alternative Histories of English". American Speech, 79, 1. 101-104
___. (2003). Review of "Language policies in education: Critical issues". TESOL Quarterly, 37, 2. 357-258.

Translation
___. (2012). Comedy of Sorrows: a play translated (with Rebekah Maggor) from the Arabic Commedia Al-Ahzan by the Egyptian playwright Ibrahim Al-Husseini.The translated play was the opening event for the Radcliffe conference "Women Making Democracy" at Harvard University on March 29, 2012.

Other Publications
___. (2011). "Is the Middle East entering a new era?" Guest column published Feb. 10/2011. Sidelines newspaper.
___. (2011). "Egyptian uprising could have positive outcome." Op-ed article published Feb. 3/2011. Tennessean newspaper.
___. (2007). "Immigration issue clouded by use of words that undermine attitudes." Op-ed article published Dec.11/2007. Tennessean newspaper.
___. (2007). "Anti-Islam generalizations ignore rich cultural history." Op-ed article published Nov. 23/2007. Tennessean newspaper.

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Badley, Linda.

Books
___. Lars von Trier. Contemporary Film Directors. Urbana and Chicago: Illinois UP, 2011.
___, R. Barton Palmer, and Steven Jay Schneider, eds. Traditions in World Cinema. Traditions in World Cinema. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP; New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 2006.
___. Writing Horror and the Body: The Fiction of Stephen King, Clive Barker, and Anne Rice. Westport, CT. Greenwood, 1996.
___. Film, Horror, and the Body Fantastic. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1995.

Articles, Book Chapters, and Reviews
___. "Bringing It All Back Home: Horror Cinema and/as Video Culture." Horror Zone: The Cultural Experience of Contemporary Horror Cinema. Ed. Ian Conrich. London: I.B.Tauris, Aug. 2010. 45-64.
___. "12 Monkeys." 101 Science Fiction Movies. Ed. Steven Jay Schneider. London: Quintet, 2009. 344-47.
___. "Brazil." 101 Science Fiction Movies. Ed. Steven Jay Schneider. London: Quintet, 2009. 284-87.
___. "The Man Who Fell to Earth." 101 Science Fiction Movies. Ed. Steven Jay Schneider. London: 2009. 180-83.
___. "The Texas Chain Saw Massacre." 101 Horror Movies. Ed. Steven Jay Schneider. London: Quintet, 2009. 212-15.
___. "Zombie Splatter Comedy from Dawn to Shaun: Cannibal Carnivalesque." Zombie Culture: Autopsies of the Living Dead. Eds Marc Leverette and Shawn McIntosh. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2008. 35-53.
___. "The Shadow and the Auteur: Herzog's Kinski, Kinski's Nosferatu, and Myths of Authorship. "Caligari's Heirs: The German Cinema of Fear after 1945. Ed. Steffen Hantke. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2007. 57-78.
___. "Kathryn Bigelow." 501 Movie Directors: A Comprehensive Guide to the Greatest Filmmakers. Ed. Steven Jay Schneider. New York: Barron's, 2007. 542.
___. "Lars von Trier." 501 Movie Directors: A Comprehensive Guide to the Greatest Filmmakers. Ed. Steven Jay Schneider. New York: Barron's, 2007. 570.
___. "Thomas Vinterberg." 501 Movie Directors: A Comprehensive Guide to the Greatest Filmmakers. Ed. Steven Jay Schneider. New York: Barron's, 2007. 626.
___. "Todd Haynes." 501 Movie Directors: A Comprehensive Guide to the Greatest Filmmakers. Ed.Steven Jay Schneider. New York: Barron's, 2007. 600.
___. "Dellamorte Dellamore." 100 European Horror Movies. Ed. Steven Jay Schneider. Screen Guides Series. London: British Film Institute, 2007. 65.
___. "Witch." American Icons: People, Places, and Things that Have Shaped Our Culture. Eds Dennis Hall and Susan Grove Hall. Vol. 3. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2006. 767-75.
___. "Log Cabin." With Bill Badley. American Icons: People, Places, and Things that Have Shape Our Culture. Eds Dennis Hall and Susan Grove Hall. Vol. 2. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2006. 412-18.
___. "Danish Dogma: 'Truth' and Cultural Politics." Traditions in World Cinema. Eds Linda Badley, R. Barton Palmer, and Steven Jay Schneider. Traditions in World Cinema. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP; New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 2006. 80-94.
___."Introduction" (with R. Barton Palmer). Traditions in World Cinema. Eds Linda Badley, R. Barton Palmer, and Steven Jay Schneider. Traditions in World Cinema. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP; New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 2006. 1-12.
___. " Sex in the Cinema." Rev. of Sex in the Cinema, by Tanya Krzywinska. Studies in Popular Culture 29.1 (Oct. 2006): 121-23.
___. "Cine-limbo: The Millennial/New Age Virtual Afterlife Thriller." Studies in Popular Culture 28.1 (Oct. 2005): 3-14.
___. "The Darker Side of Genius: The (Horror) Auteur Meets Freud's Theory." Horror Film and
Psychoanalysis: Freud's Worst Nightmare
. Ed. Steven Jay Schneider. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2004. 222-240.
___. " Open Your Eyes." 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die. 2003. Ed. Steven Jay Schneider. London: Cassell Illustrated, 2003, 2005. New York: Barron's, 2003, 2005. 879
___. " A Question of Silence." 1001 Movies You Must See Before You Die. 2003. Ed. Steven Jay Schneider. London: Cassell, 2003, 2005. New York: Barron's, 2003, 2005. 693.
___. "Spiritual Warfare: Postfeminism and the Cultural Politics of the Blair Witch Craze." Intensities: A Journal of Cult Media 3 (Spring 2003). http://intensities.org/Essays/Badley.pdf
___. "Talking Heads, Unruly Women and Wound Culture: Dario Argento's Trauma (1993). Kinoeye: New Perspectives on European Film. Dario Argento Special Issue, Part 2. 12.2 (14 June 2002). http://www.kinoeye.org/02/12/badley12.php
___. "Scully Hits the Glass Ceiling: Postmodernism, Postfeminism, Posthumanism, and The X-Files."
Fantasy Girls: Women in the New Universe of Science Fiction and Fantasy Television.
Ed. Elyce Helford. New York: Roman and Littlefield, 2000. 61-90.
___. "The Rebirth of the Clinic: The Body as Alien in The X-Files." "Deny All Knowledge": Reading The X-Files. Eds David Lavery, Angela Hague, and Marla Cartwright. Syracuse: Syracuse UP, 1996. 148-67.
___. "Stephen King." Critical Survey of Long Fiction. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press. 1991. 1883-97.
___. "Love and Death in the American Car: Stephen King's Auto-Erotic Horror." The Gothic World of Stephen King. Ed. Ray Browne and Gary Hoppenstand. Bowling Green, Ohio: Popular Press, 1987. 84-94.
___. "The Medium is the Monster: Movie Grue and Books of Blood." Consumable Goods. Ed. David K. Vaughan. Orono, Maine: The National Poetry Foundation / University of Maine, 1987. 63-73.
___. "Stephen King." Critical Survey of Long Fiction. Supplement. Ed. Frank N. Magill, Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Salem Press, 1987. 201-211.
___. "Italo Calvino." Critical Survey of Long Fiction. Foreign Language Series. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Salem Press, 1984. I: 230-250.
___. "Lewis Carroll." Critical Survey of Poetry. English Language Series, ed. Frank N. Magill. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Salem Press, 1983. I: 437-453.
___. "Calvino engagé: Reading as Resistance in If on a Winter's Night a Traveler." Perspectives on Contemporary Literature 10 (1984): 101-111.
___. "The Aesthetics of Postmodern Parody: An Extended Definition." The Comparatist 7 (May 1983): 36-47.

Reprints

___. "The Sin Eater: Orality, Postliteracy, and the Early Stephen King." Ch. 2 of Writing Horror and the Body. By Linda Badley. 1996. Rpt. in Stephen King. Ed. Harold Bloom. Modern Critical Views. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2006. 95-123.
___. "Calvino engagé: Reading as Resistance in If on a Winter's Night a Traveler." Perspectives on Contemporary Literature 10 (1984): 101-111. Rpt. in Italo Calvino. Ed. Harold Bloom. Modern Critical Views. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 2001. 69-76.
___. "Stephen King Viewing the Body." Ch. 3 of Writing Horror and the Body. By Linda Badley.1996. Rpt. in Stephen King. Ed. Harold Bloom. Modern Critical Views. Philadelphia: Chelsea House, 1998. 163-190.

In Progress

___, and R. Barton Palmer. American Commercial-Independent Film. Traditions in World Cinema. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP.


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Badley, William.

Refereed Journal Articles
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"Argument and King's 'Letter from Birmingham Jail': A Teaching Module for Developmental Writers." The Expanding Role of Developmental Education (1999): 71-79.

Article
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"Academic Audit: Reflection as a First-time Auditor." Reflections on the TBR Academic Audit Pilot Project: An Orientation Guide. Ed. Harriett Bias-Insignares. Nashville: Tennessee Board of Regents, 2005. 99-104.

Book Chapter
___.
"Log Cabin." American Icons: People, Places, and Things that Have Shaped Our Culture. Ed. Dennis Hall and Susan Grove Hall. Vol. 2. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2006. 412-18.

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Barger (Myatt),Julie. "Tracing the Trope of Teaching as Transformation." Disrupting Pedagogies in the Knowledge Society: Countering Conservative Norms with Creative Approaches. Ed. Julie Faulkner. Hershey, PA: IGI Global, 2012. 77-93.
___. "Multiple Modes of Production in a College Writing Class." Teaching the New Writing: Technology, Change, and Assessment in the 21st Century Classroom. Ed. Anne Herrington, Kevin Hodgson, and Charles Moran. Teachers College Press. May 2009. With Alanna Frost and Steve Smith.
___. "Encouraging Students' Multiliteracies: One Conversation at a Time." Kentucky English Bulletin 56.2-3 (2007): 40-46. With Alanna Frost and Steve Smith.

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  Barnett, Claudia.
Articles and Book Chapters
___. "'More Life': Ethel Rosenberg's Ghost and Angels in America." Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal. Forthcoming.
___. "AIDS=Purgatory: Prior Walter's Prophecy and Angels in America." Modern Drama 53.4 (2010): 471-494.  
___. "
A Moral Dialectic: Shelagh Stephenson's An Experiment with an Air Pump." Modern Drama 49.2 (2006): 206-222.
___. "'An Evasion of Ontology': Being Adrienne Kennedy." TDR: The Drama Review 49.3 (2005): 157-186.
___. "Adrienne (Hawkins) Kennedy." The Facts on File Companion to American Drama. Ed. Jackson R. Bryer and Mary C. Hartig. New York: Facts on File, 2003. 256-257. 2nd. ed., 2010: 289-291.
___. "Judith Thompson's Ghosts: The Revenants that Haunt the Plays." Canadian Theatre Review 114 (2003): 33-37. Rpt. as "Judith Thompson I Duchy" (translated into Polish) in Dialog 9 (2004): 141-147. Rpt. in Judith Thompson: Critical Perspectives on Canadian Theatre in English, Volume 3. Ed. Ric Knowles. Toronto: Playwrights Canada Press, 2005. 92-98.
___. "Painting as Performance: Charlotte Salomon's Life? or Theatre?" TDR: The Drama Review 47.1 (2003): 97-126.
___. "Physical Prisons: Naomi Wallace's Drama of Captivity." Captive Audience: Prison and Captivity in Contemporary Theater . Ed. Thomas Fahy and Kimball King. New York: Routledge, 2003. 147-165.
___. "Dialectic and the Drama of Naomi Wallace." Southern Women Playwrights: New Essays in Literary History and Criticism . Ed. Robert L. McDonald and Linda Rohrer Paige. Tuscaloosa: U Alabama P, 2002. 154-168.
___. "'In Your Dreams': Deb Margolin's Fantasy/Drama." Staging a Cultural Paradigm: The Political and the Personal in American Drama . Ed. Barbara Ozieblo and Miriam López-Rodríguez. New York: Peter Lang, 2002. 273-286.
___. "Mrs. Dalloway and Performance Theory." English Language Notes 40.2 (2002): 57-68.
___. "'Reveangance is gold mine, sweet': Alchemy and Archetypes in Caryl Churchill's The Skriker ." Essays in Theatre/Études théâtrales 19.1 (2000): 45-57.
___. "Phyllis Nagy's Fatal Women." Winner of the Burger Theatre Essay National Competition. Modern Drama 42.1 (1999): 28-44.
___. "Twice 'Unmarked': Jane Martin's Drama of Identity." Essays in Theatre/Études théâtrales 17.2 (1999): 129-138.
___. "A Prison of Object Relations: Adrienne Kennedy's Funnyhouse of a Negro." Modern Drama 40.3 (1997): 374-384. Rpt. Drama for Students: Presenting Analysis, Context, and Criticism on Commonly Studied Dramas . Vol. 9. Ed. David Galens. Detroit: Gale, 2000. 115-120.
___. "Adrienne Kennedy and Shakespeare's Sister." American Drama 5.2 (1996): 44-56.
___. "'This Fundamental Challenge to Identity': Reproduction and Representation in the Drama of Adrienne Kennedy." Theatre Journal 48.2 (1996): 141-155.
___. "The Death of Graffiti: Postmodernism and the New York City Subway." Studies in Popular Culture 16.2 (1994): 25-38.
___. "Baudriflora: Celebrating History in the Heart of Simulation," with Robert L. Davis. The American Journal of Semiotics 10.1-2 (1993): 245-269.
___. "The Metadramatic Prison of Betrayal ." The Pinter Review: Annual Essays (1992-93): 69-72.

Book (editor)
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Wendy Wasserstein: A Casebook. New York: Garland, 1998.

Book Review
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Review of Hrotsvit of Gandersheim: Contexts, Identities, Affinities, and Performances , ed. Phyllis R. Brown, Linda A. McMillin, and Katharina M. Wilson. TDR: The Drama Review 49.3 (2005): 193-94.

Theatre Reviews
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Review of Things of Dry Hours by Naomi Wallace. O'Reilly Theater, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, April 22, 2004. Theatre Journal 56.4 (2004). 670-672.
___. Review of Three Seconds in the Key by Deb Margolin, Performance Space 122, New York, February 24, 2001. Theatre Journal 53.3 (2001): 501-503.
___. Review of Mr. Bundy by Jane Martin, Actors Theatre of Louisville Bingham Theatre, March 14, 1998. Theatre Journal 50.3 (1998): 379-80.
___. Review of An American Daughter by Wendy Wasserstein, Lincoln Center's Cort Theatre, New York, April 17, 1997. Theatre Journal 49.4 (1997): 520-21.

Plays
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VELB. Original Middle School Scenes and Monologues. Ed. Kent R. Brown. Woodstock, IL: Dramatic, 2012. 192-194. 
___. Till Death. Santa Clara Review 98.1 (2011): 17-28.
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Sex Lessons. River Styx 80 (2009): 8-14.
___. Destiny (a monologue from Feather). The Theatre Audition Book 2. Ed. Gerald Ratliff. Colorado Springs: Meriwether. Forthcoming 2009.
___. Henry (excerpt). Duo! The Best Scenes for Two for the 21 st Century. Ed. Joyce E. Henry et al. New York: Applause, 2009. 62-66.
___. Emily Dickinson's Sister. Poems & Plays 16 (2009): 35-43.
___. Eden. Atlantic Pacific Press 3 (Autumn 2008): 46-53.
___. Ada (a monologue from Feather). One on One: The Best Women's Monologues of the Millennium. Ed. Joyce E. Henry et al. New York: Applause, 2007. 65-68.
___. Devoted. The Art of the One-Act: An Anthology . Ed. Arnold Johnston and Deborah Ann Percy. Kalamazoo, Michigan: New Issues Press, 2007. 442-459.
___. Nora 2000 . The Pacific Review 18 (2000): 117-132.
___. Door to Door . Dramatics March 1993. 24-29.

Book of Plays

___. I Love You Terribly: Six Plays. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Mellon UP, 2012.
 
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Blackwell, Aleka. (2010). Phonological changes in the Mesta, Chios, dialect: Evidence from three generations of women. Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Greek Linguistics.
___. & Olson, C. (2008). The nature of nominals modified by adjectives in the input. In T. Marinis, A. Papangeli, and V. Stojanovik (eds.), Proceedings of the Child Language Seminar 2007 - 30th Anniversary. Reading, UK: University of Reading. 38-48. (http://www.reading.ac.uk/web/FILES/cls/CLS_Blackwell,Olson.pdf)
___. (2005). Acquiring the English adjective lexicon: relationships with input properties and semantic typology. Journal of Child Language. 32 (3). 535-562.
___. (2000). On the acquisition of the syntax of English adjectives. In J. Boyle, J. Lee, and A. Okrent (eds.), CLS 36, Volume 2: The Panels. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. 361-375.
___. (1998). Adjectives in acquisition: On the syntactic and semantic development of English adjectives. Ph.D. dissertation, Boston University.
___. (2005). Acquiring the English adjective lexicon: relationships with input properties and semantic typology. Journal of Child Language. 32 (3). 535-562.
___. (2001). On the acquisition of the syntax of English adjectives. In J. Boyle, J. Lee, and A. Okrent (eds.), CLS 36, Volume 2: The Panels. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
___. (1998). Adjectives in acquisition: On the syntactic and semantic development of English adjectives. Ph.D. dissertation, Boston University.
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Bradley, Patricia. "Robert Penn Warren's Band of Angels ." In The Facts on File Companion to the American Novel. Ed. Abby H.P. Werlock. Vol. 1. New York : Facts on File, Inc., 2006. 101-03.
___. " The Birth of Tragedy and The Awakening : Influences and Intertextualities" Southern Literary Journal 37.2 (Spring 2005): 40-61.
___. "The Clown, the Acrobat, and the Ring Master: Robert Penn Warren's 'The Circus in the Attic' as Personal Myth." rWp: An Annual of Robert Penn Warren Studies (Spring 2003): 47-74.
___. "The Jilting of Granny Weatherall" and "The Grave" forthcoming in The Facts on File Companion to the Short Story, ed. Abby Werlock.
___. "Louis Sachar." Twentieth-Century Children's Writers . 4th ed. Ed. Laura Standley Berger. Detroit: St. James Press, 1995. 837-38.
___. "Mark Twain's 'Carnival of Crime' and Anxieties of Influence." Kentucky Philological Review 12 (March 1997): 20-28.
___. "Nathaniel Hawthorne in the Attic: Robert Penn Warren's 'The Circus in the Attic' and Critical (Auto)biography." Nathaniel Hawthorne Review 29.2 (Fall 2003): 38-49.
___. "Paula Danziger" and "Irene Hunt." Twentieth-Century Young Adult Writers . Ed. Laura Standley Berger. Detroit: St. James Press, 1994. 171-73 and 312-14.
___. Review of Thomas Wolfe: When Do the Atrocities Begin?, by Joanne Marshall Mauldin. Forthcoming in Studies in the Novel, Spring 2009.
___. "'Rip Van Winkle' and ' Shiloh ': Why Resisting Readers Still Resist." Critique 48.2 (Winter 2007): 137-148.
___. Robert Penn Warren's Circus Aesthetic and the Southern Renaissance.University of Tennessee Press, 2004. Nominated for the Warren-Brooks Award for Outstanding Literary Criticism.
___. "Robert Penn Warren , Thomas Wolfe, and the Problem of Autobiography." South Carolina Review 38.2 (Spring 2006): 136-45. Rpt. in Robert Penn Warren: Genius Loves Company. Ed. Mark Royden Winchell. Clemson, SC: Clemson U Digital, 2007. 13-22.
___. "Robert Penn Warren, the Weight of Agrarianism, and the Popular Audience: Choosing Sides during America's Culture Wars of the 1920s, '30s, and '40s." Forthcoming from Mississippi Quarterly.
___. "The Three Ring Self: Robert Penn Warren's Circus Personae." Kentucky Philological Review 11 ( March 1996): 14-18.
___. " The Unifying Pauline Sub-Text of Nathaniel Ward's The Simple Cobler of Aggawam ." Early American Literature 34.1 (1999): 32-47; winner of UTK's John C. Hodges Award for Outstanding Scholarship, September 1998.
___. "The University of Tennessee, Knoxville." In The Companion to Southern Literature . Ed. Joseph Flora and Lucinda MacKethan. Baton Rouge : LSU Press, 2001. 892-93.

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Brantley, Will.

Books Authored
___. Feminine Sense in Southern Memoir: Smith, Glasgow, Welty, Hellman, Porter, and Hurston. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1993; paperback editions 1995, 2010; netLibrary.com edition, 2000.

Books Edited
___. Conversations with Edmund White. Co-edited with Nancy McGuire Roche. Jackson: UP of Mississippi. Forthcoming.
___. Now Is the Time, by Lillian Smith. Afterword by Will Brantley. 1955. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 2004.
___. Conversations with Pauline Kael. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1996.

Articles
___. "Letter-Writing, Authorship, and Southern Women Modernists." Forthcoming in The Oxford Handbook to the Literature of the U.S. South. Eds. Fred Hobson and Barbara Ladd. New York: Oxford UP.
___. "From Streetcar to Boom!: Tennessee Williams on Screen." Essay-review of Hollywood's Tennessee: The Williams Films and Postwar America, by R. Barton Palmer and William Robert Bray. Mississippi Quarterly 65.2 (2012): 321-26.
___. "Anita Bryant." The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture. Media Volume. Eds. Allison Graham and Sharon Monteith. U of North Carolina P. 2011. 204-05.
___. "McCullers, Carson, and Film." The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture. Media Volume. Eds. Allison Graham and Sharon Monteith. U of North Carolina P. 2011. 304-06.
___. "Nashville" [film by Robert Altman]. The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture. Media Volume. Eds. Allison Graham and Sharon Monteith. U of North Carolina P. 2011. 318-20.
___. "Autobiography." The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture. Gender Volume. Eds. Nancy Bercaw and Ted Ownby. U of North Carolina P, 2009. 26-30.
___. "Carson McCullers and the Tradition of Southern Women's Nonfiction Prose." Reflections in a Critical Eye: Essays on Carson McCullers. Ed. Jan Whitt. Lanham, MD: UP of America, 2008. 1-17.
___. "The Hybrid South." Essay-review of Look Away: The South in New World Studies. Eds. Jon Smith and Deborah Cohn. Southern Literary Journal 38.2 (2006): 138-44.
___. "Zora Neale Hurston." A Companion to the Literature and Culture of the American South. Ed. Richard Gray. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 2004; paperback edition 2007. 472-85.
___. "Lillian Smith." The History of Southern Women's Literature. Eds. Mary Louise Weaks and Carolyn Perry. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State UP, 2002. 374-78.
___. "The Surveillance of Georgia Writer and Civil Rights Activist Lillian Smith: Another Story from the Federal Bureau of Investigation." Georgia Historical Quarterly 85.1 (2001): 59-82.
___. "Evelyn Scott's Reflections on Modernism: The Nonfiction Prose." Evelyn Scott: Recovering a Lost Modernist. Eds. Dorothy M. Scura and Paul C. Jones. Knoxville: U of Tennessee P, 2001. 201-21.
___. "Lillian Smith: 1897-1997." Southern Quarterly 35.4 (1997): 7-8.
___. "O'Connor, Porter, and Hurston on the State of the World." Essay-review of Flannery O'Connor and Cold War Culture, by Jon Lance Bacon; Katherine Anne Porter: A Sense of the Times, by Janis Stout; and Jump at the Sun: Zora Neale Hurston's Cosmic Comedy, by John Lowe. Contemporary Literature 37.1 (1996): 132-44.
___. "Missives from Macedonia." Essay-review of How Am I to Be Heard? Letters of Lillian Smith. Ed. Margaret Rose Gladney. Mississippi Quarterly 47.4 (1994): 661-68.
___. "In Defense of Subjectivity: The Film Criticism of Pauline Kael." New Orleans Review 19.1 (1992): 38-54.
___. "Reading Swift as a Modernist: A Polemical Investigation." Essays in Literature 19.1 (1992): 20-35.
___. "The Force of Flippancy: Edna Millay's Satiric Sketches of the Early 1920s." Colby Quarterly 27.3 (1991): 132-47.

Reviews
___. Composing Selves: Southern Women and Autobiography, by Peggy Whitman Prenshaw. Eudora Welty Review 4 (Spring 2012): 153-57.
___. "Closer to the Truth than Any Fact": Memoir, Memory, and Jim Crow, by Jennifer Jensen Wallach. Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly 32.4 (2009): 856-58.
___. Entitled to the Pedestal: Place, Race, and Progress in White Southern Women's Writing, 1920-1945, by Nghana Tamu Lewis. Journal of Southern History 74.2 (2008): 788-89.
___. Seeking the Region in American Literature and Culture: Modernity, Dissidence, Innovation, by Robert Jackson. Journal of Southern History 73.2 (2007): 484-85.
___. Strange Bodies: Gender and Identity in the Novels of Carson McCullers, by Sara Gleeson-White. Modern Fiction Studies 51.3 (2005): 676-78.
___. The Undiscovered Country: The Later Plays of Tennessee Williams, ed. by Philip C. Kolin. Southern Quarterly 41.4 (2003): 163-65.
___. Advancing Sisterhood? Interracial Friendships in Contemporary Southern Fiction, by Sharon Monteith. Southern Quarterly 41.1 (2002): 131-33.
___. But Now I See: The White Southern Racial Conversion Narrative, by Fred Hobson. Southern Quarterly 38.4 (2000): 148-50.
___. Inventing Southern Literature, by Michael Kreyling. Modern Fiction Studies 45.4 (1999): 1023-25.
___. Fighting the Current: The Life and Work of Evelyn Scott, by Mary Wheeling White. Mississippi Quarterly 52.1 (1998-99): 198-201.
___. Ellen Glasgow: New Perspectives, ed. by Dorothy M. Scura. Mississippi Quarterly 50.2 (1997): 391-93.
___. Wunderkind: The Reputation of Carson McCullers, 1940-1990, by Judith Giblin James. Southern Quarterly 35.4 (1997): 161-62.
___. Gothic Traditions and Narrative Techniques in the Fiction of Eudora Welty, by Ruth D. Weston. Studies in Short Fiction 33.2 (1996): 309-10.
___. Every Tub Must Sit On Its Own Bottom: The Philosophy and Politics of Zora Neale Hurston, by Deborah G. Plant. Southern Quarterly 35.1 (1996): 128-29.
___. Faulkner and Southern Womanhood, by Diane Roberts. American Literature 67.1 (1995): 163-64.
___. Uncollected Early Prose of Katherine Anne Porter, ed. by Ruth M. Alvarez and Thomas F. Walsh, and Katherine Anne Porter's Artistic Development: Primitivism, Traditionalism, and Totalitarianism, by Robert H. Brinkmeyer. Studies in Short Fiction 32.1 (1995): 124-27.
___. The Critical Response to Eudora Welty's Fiction, ed. by Laurie Champion. Analytical & Enumerative Bibliography ns 8.3-4 (1994): 231-34.
___. The Female Tradition in Southern Literature, ed. by Carol Manning. Southern Quarterly 32.2 (1994): 152-54.

Published Panels

"Williams and His Contemporaries: Lillian Hellman." With R. Barton Palmer, Deborah Martinson, and Nancy Tischler. Tennessee Williams Annual Review No. 8 (2006): 149-74. Rpt. in Tennessee Williams and His Contemporaries, ed. Robert Bray. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007. 96-118.

"Exotic Birds of a Feather: Carson McCullers and Tennessee Williams." With Virginia Spencer Carr, Carlos Dews, and C. Barbara Ewell. Tennessee Williams Annual Review No. 3 (2000): 69-90. Rpt. in Tennessee Williams and His Contemporaries, ed. Robert Bray. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007. 119-45.

 


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Bray, Robert.

Books
___ .Modern American Drama on Screen, ed William Robert Bray and R. Barton Palmer. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013.
___. Modern British Drama on Screen, ed. R. Barton Palmer and William Robert Bray. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014.
___.Tennessee Williams and His Contemporaries. Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing Company, 2007.
___, and Barton Palmer. Hollywood's Tennessee: The Williams Films and Postwar America. U Texas Press, 2009.

Chapters in Books
___. "Bending the Code: Filming The Rose Tattoo," in Tenn at One Hundred, ed David Kaplan  East Brunswick, NJ: Hansen Publishing Group, 125-52  (with R. Barton Palmer).
___. "Elia Kazan's A Streetcar Named Desire," in Modern American Drama on Screen, ed William Robert Bray and R.  Barton Palmer  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013. 70-89.
___. "Sweet Bird of Youth." Tennessee Williams: A Guide to Research and Performance . Westport, Ct.: Greenwood P, 1998. 137-47.
___. "Battle of Angels and Orpheus Descending." Tennessee Williams: A Guide to Research and Performance. Westport, Ct.: Greenwood P, 1998. 22-33.

Articles
___. "The Films of Tennessee Williams." (Upcoming entry in The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture.) Chapel Hill: Univ. of North Carolina Press, 2008.
___. "A Streetcar Named Interior: Panic ." Tennessee Williams Annual Review 9 (2007), 3-5.
___. " The Night of the Iguana ." The Tennessee Williams Encyclopedia . Westport Ct: Greenwood P, 2004.
___. "Edwina Williams's Diary," Historic New Orleans Quarterly (Winter 2003): 8-9.
___. "Vieux Carre ¢ : Transferring a 'Story of Mood.'" The Undiscovered Country: The Late Plays of Tennessee Williams . New York: Peter Lang, 2002. 142-54.
___. "Tennessee Williams's Mexican Odyssey." Stagebill . Dallas: Dallas Theatre Center (Winter 2001): 35.
___. "Tennessee Homecoming." Historic New Orleans Quarterly (Summer 2001): 2-5.
___. "Tennessee Williams ." The Companion to Southern Literature . Baton Rouge, LSU P, 2001. 963-65.
___. Introduction to Vieux Carre' . New York: New Directions P, 2000. vii-xii.
___. "Moise and the Man in the Fur Coat." The Southern Quarterly 38 (1999): 58-70.
___. Introduction to The Glass Menagerie . New York: New Directions P, 1999. vii-xv.
___. "An Interview with Dakin Williams." Mississippi Quarterly 48 (1995): 777-788.
___. " A Streetcar Named Desire : The Historical and Political Subtext." Con­fronting Streetcar: Essays in Critical Pluralism . Ed. Philip Kolin. Westport: Greenwood P, 1993. 183-97.
___. "Time as Enemy in the Short Plays of Tennessee Williams." Tennes­see Williams Literary Journal 1 (1989): 51-60.
___. "American Studies in Brazil: A Note." (with Tom Brown) American Studies In­ternational 24 (1986): 81-85.
___. "The Burden of the Past in the Plays of Tennessee Williams." The Many Forms of Drama 5 (1985): 1-9.
___. " The Collected Stories of Tennessee Williams ." The Tennessee Williams Encyclopedia.
___."Dakin Williams." The Tennessee Williams Encyclopedia.
___. " Vieux Carre ¢ ." The Tennessee Williams Encyclopedia.
___. " Moise and the World of Reason." The Tennessee Williams Encyclopedia. (With Jean Rhodes).

Creative Work
___. Saudade: A Play in One Act . In Place: A Collection of Appalachian Writers . Ed. Ronald K. Giles. Johnson City: Center for Appalachian Studies and Services, 1988. 13-25.
___. Through the Door, Darkly, Eavesdrop Theatre, Lafayette, Louisiana, May, 1975.
___. The Walk-in Closet, Eavesdrop Theatre, Lafayette, Louisiana, October, 1975.

Other Publications
___. "Plays in Production: A Streetcar Named Desire. Rev. of Plays in Production , by Philip Kolin. Comparative Drama 35 (Summer 2001): 234-7.
___. "Speaking on Stage." Rev. of Speaking on Stage , ed. Philip Kolin and Colby Kulman. South Atlantic Review 62 (Fall 1997): 80-1.
___. "Tom: The Unknown Tennessee Williams." Rev. of Tom , by Lyle Leverich. South Atlantic Review 61 (1996): 121-3.
___. "27 Wagons Full of Cotton ." Masterplots II . Ed. Frank N. Magill. Pasadena: Salem, 1990. 1665-69.
___. "Planning Process Assignments." Ed. Anne Sherrill. Points of Departure . Nashville: TBR, 1989. 1-2.
___. " Bonfire : a Herculean Effort." Rev. of The Bonfire of the Vanities, by Tom Wolfe. Johnson City Press 4 Sept. 1988: 45.
___. "Peter Taylor's The Old Forest : a New Film." Touchstone 1 (1984): 6-7.

Film credit
___. Blue Devils, dir. Fraser Macnaught, Euripides Productions, 2001.

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Brewer, Gaylord.
Representative Publications
___. Give Over, Graymalkin. Poems. Pasadena, CA: Red Hen Press, 2011.
___. Octavius the 1st. Novella. Los Angeles: Red Hen Press, 2008 .
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__. The Martini Diet. Poems. Aptos, CA: Dream Horse Press, 2008.
___. Let Me Explain. Poems. Oak Ridge, TN: Iris, 2006.
___. Exit Pursued by a Bear. Poems. Cincinnati: Cherry Grove, 2004.
___. Barbaric Mercies. Poems. Los Angeles: Red Hen, 2003.
___. Four Nails. Poems. Cambridge, NY: Snail's Pace, 2001.
___. Devilfish. Poems. Los Angeles: Red Hen, 1999.
___. Charles Bukowski. Criticism. New York: Twayne/Macmillan, 1997.
___. Presently a Beast. Poems. Lawrenceville, GA: Coreopsis, 1996.
___. David Mamet and Film. Criticism. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1993.

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Cain, Jimmie. Bram Stoker and Russophobia: Evidence of the British Fear of Russia in Dracula and The Lady of the Shroud. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2006
___. "Bukowski's Imagist Roots." West Georgia Review 19 (May 1987): 10-18.
___. "The Clock as Metaphor in `Mondaugen's Story.'" Pynchon Notes 17.2 (Fall 1985): 73-75.
___. " The Lady of the Shroud : A Novel of Balkan Anglicization." Balkanistica 12 (1999): 21-38.
___. "Racism and the Vampire: The Anti-Slavic Premise of Bram Stoker's Dracula (1897)." Draculas, Vampires, and Other Undead Forms: Essays on Gender, Race, and Culture. Ed. John Edgar Browning and Caroline Joan Picart. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press, 2009. 127-134.
___. "War Comes to Cicely." Critical Studies in Television 1.2 (Autumn 2006): 52-63.
___. " Women : The Siren Call of Boredom." Review of Contemporary Fiction 5.3 (Fall 1985): 9-14. ( Women is a novel by Charles Bukowski.)
___. "With the Unspeakables, Dracula , and Russophobia: Tourism, Racism, and Imperialism." Dracula: The Shade and the Shadow - A Critical Anthology . Ed. Elizabeth Miller. Desert Island Books, 1998: 104-115.
___. "Writing in His Musical Key": Terrence Malick's Vision of James Jones's The Thin Red Line. "Film Criticism 25.1 (2000): 2-24.

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Casal, Elvira. "George Meredith." Biographical and Literary background for "The Victorian Web" 1995. www.stg.brown.edu/projects/hypertext/landow/victorian/meredith/biograph.html .
___. "Laughing at Mr. Darcy: Wit and Sexuality in Pride and Prejudice. " Persuasions On-Line 22 (2001), http://www.jasna.org/pol04/casal.html .
___. "Motherhood and Reality in Northanger Abbey. " Persuasions: The Journal of the Jane Austen Society 20 (1998), 146-53.
___. "Two Austen Biographies." Review of Jane Austen: Obstinate Heart by Valerie Grosvenor Myer and Jane Austen: A Life by David Nokes. The Jane Austen Quarterly Feb. 1998. ww.uww.edu/langlit/jausten/quarterly.html.
___, with Maaja A. Stewart. "Clara Middleton: Wit and Pattern in The Egoist ." Studies in the Novel 12 (1980), 210-27.
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Clayton, Maria. "'We're Changing Again? No Way!' A Case Study of a Course Management System Transition." MERLOT Journal of Online Learning and Teaching 5.1 (March 2009).
___. "A Selected History of Technology in Writing: A Brief Overview." Introduction. Writing and the iGeneration: Composition in the Computer-Mediated Classroom . Ed. Terry Carter and Maria A. Clayton. Southlake, TX: Fountainhead Press, 2009.
___. Co-edited with Terry Carter. Writing and the iGeneration: Composition in the Computer-Mediated Classroom. Fountainhead Press X Series for Professional Development. Southlake , TX : Fountainhead Press, 2009.
___. "Electronic Personal Spaces: Building Communities in the Composition Classroom." Teaching Popular Culture in the Writing Classroom . Ed. Allison D. Smith, Trixie G. Smith, and Stacia Rigney Watkins. Boston: Thomson-Wadsworth Publishers, 2009.
___. with Tom Brinthaupt and Barbara Draude. "Barriers to and Strategies for Faculty Integration of IT." Encyclopedia of Distance Learning. 2 nd ed. Ed. Patricia Rogers, et al. Hershey , PA : IGI Publishing, 2009.
___. with Tom Brinthaupt, and Barbara Draude. "Serving Students by Helping Faculty: Encouraging Instructional Technology Integration." Academic Leader 24.3 (March 2008): 1, 6.
___. with Rachel Robinson. "Education and Educational Psychology." Ed. Smith, Allison D., Trixie G. Smith, and Karen Wright. COMPbiblio: Leaders and Influences in Composition Theory and Composition. Southlake , TX : Fountainhead Press, 2007.
___. "Faculty Development is Only the Beginning." Higher Learning Magazine (Oct/Nov 2005). http://www.teachmag.com/.
___. with Ayne Cantrell, Ray Legg, and Julie Lumpkins. "Collaborative Teaching, Collaborative Learning: Expanding Communities of Writing Teachers and Students Cross Institutional Boundaries at Three Tennessee Colleges." Kairos: A Journal for Teachers of Writing in Webbed Environments 8.1 (Spring 2003) . http://english.ttu.edu/kairos/8.1/index.html.
___. "The Impact of Technology on Teaching and Learning, Revisited: A Comparative Study." EDUCAUSE Quarterly 24.2 (2001): 69-70.
___. "Raising Writers' Awareness: Audience and Revision Revisited." Tennessee English Journal 11 (October 2000): 9-11.

Custom Publishing
___. Portfolio Composition: A Student's Guide for English 1020 Portfolio Sections. With Ayne Cantrell and Linda Badley. New York: McGraw-Hill: College Custom Series, 2001.
___. Portfolio Composition: A Student's Guide for English 111--Portfolio Sections. Ayne Cantrell and Sushil Oswal, with contributions by Linda Badley and Maria A. Clayton. 3rd Ed. New York: McGraw-Hill: College Custom Series, 1996, 1997, 1998. (Contributing author and editor).
___. Portfolio Composition: A Student's Guide for English 112 Portfolio Sections. With Ayne Cantrell and Linda Badley. New York: McGraw-Hill: College Custom Series, 1999.
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Cox, Bené . "Georges Haussmann," "Ernest Renan," "Adolf Stoecker," "Louis Rene Villerme," and "Graham Wallas." Industrialization and Imperialism: 1800-1914 . Ed. Jeffrey A. Bell. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2002.
___. "The Tennessee Collaborative: A Statewide Partnership of Shared Mission." The Tennessee English Journal (October 1991).
___. "The Tennessee Collaborative: Improving Academic Preparation and College Retention " Proceedings, Tennessee College Association, 1991.
___. "Priorities and Guidelines for the Development of College and University Writing Centers." Writing Centers: Theory and Administration . Ed. Gary Olson. Urbana, IL: NCTE, 1984. 77-84.
___. "The College Board Newsletter." 3 editions published in Richmond, VA, 1991, Orlando, Florida, 1992, and Memphis, TN, 1993.
___. "Summer Institute for Collaborative Learning," Resource , eds., Virginia Slaughter and Barry Kwalick, University of New York P, December 1980.
___. Review of Kentucky Quilts and Their Makers. Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 43 (1977).
___. "Anvil Shooting," Tennessee Folk Series, Tennessee Arts Commission, The National Education Association and the Public Broadcasting System Radio Series, 1977-79.

Textbook Reviews
___. The Bible as Literature: An Introduction by Gabel, Wheeler, and York, Oxford UP, 2005.
___. Guide to MLA Manuscript Form , Houghton Mifflin, 1988.
___. Writing with a Purpose by Joseph Trimmer, Houghton Mifflin Company, 1987.
___. A Short Course in Writing , Third Edition, by Kenneth A. Bruffee, Little, Brown, and Company, 1987.
___. Composing Choices for Writers by Barbara Dougherty, McGraw-Hill, 1983.
___. From Paragraph to Essay by Ezor-Lewis, McGraw-Hill, 1982.
___. Writing with a Purpose , Seventh Edition, by James M. McCrimmon, Webb Salmon, and Susan Miller, Houghton-Mifflin, 1982.
___. Basic Writing: A Practical Approach by Sue Lorch, Winthrop Publishers, 1981.
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Donovan, Ellen. "The Circus in Nineteenth-Century American Children's Literature."  The American Circus.  Ed. Susan Weber, Kenneth L. Ames, and Matthew Wittman.  New York and New Haven:  Bard Graduate Center and Yale U P, 2012.  330-357.  Print.
___, "Disorienting Reading ." Children's Literature Association Quarterly 32 (2007): 29-46.
___. "'Very capital reading for children': Reading as Play in Hawthorne 's A Wonder Book for Girls and Boys ." Children's Literature 30 (2002): 19-41.
___. "Literature, Images of Family in Children's" The Family in America : An Encyclopedia. Santa Barbara : ABC-CLIO, 2001.
___. " Shade's Children. " Beachum's Guide to Literature for Young Adults , Vol. 14. New York : Gale Group, 2002.
___. " Smack. " Beachum's Guide to Literature for Young Adults, Vol. 12. New York : Gale Group, 2001.
___. Entries in The Cambridge Guide to Children's Books in English . Cambridge : Cambridge UP, 2001. Entries: Brent and Melissa Ashabranner, Billy the Kid, Buffalo Bill, Calamity Jane, George Armstrong Custer, Davy Crockett, Deadwood Dick, The Leather-Stocking Tales, Bill Peet (William Bartlett), tall tales, trickster, westerns, Wild Bill Hickock, Wyatt Earp, Daniel Boone.
___. "The Primacy of Pictures: Reading George Dardess's Foreign Exchange ." Children's Literature Association Quarterly 23 (Winter 1998-99): 194-201
___. "Susanna Anthony." Dictionary of Literary Biography: American Women Prose Writers to 1800. Vol. 200. Detroit : Gale Research, 1999.
___. " Reading for Profit and Pleasure: Little Women and The Story of a Bad Boy ." The Lion and the Unicorn 18 (1994): 143-153.
___. "Narrative Voices in Francis Parkman's Montcalm and Wolfe ." CLIO 18 (1989): 275- 290.

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Donovan, Kevin. History of Interpretive Criticism. An appendix in King Lear. A New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare. Ed. Richard Knowles. MLA, forthcoming.
___. Irish Drama of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries: An Anthology , co-edited with Christopher J. Wheatley. 2 vols. Bristol : Thoemmes, 2003.
___. Review: The Taming of the Shrew and Henry IV, Part 2 by William Shakespeare and The Fair Maid of the West by Thomas Heywood at the American Shakespeare Center. Early Modern Literary Studies 15.3 (2011).
___. "People Who Think Otherwise." Honors in Practice 5 (2009).
___. "Two Productions of Cymbeline." Early Modern Literary Studies 14.2 (2008).
___. "Lear's Awakening (IV.vii): Texts and Contexts." Renaissance Papers 2006 (2007): 97-110.
___. "The Giant-Queller and the Poor Old Woman: Henry Brooke and the Two Cultures of Eighteenth-Century Ireland ." New Hibernia Review 7.2 (Summer 2003): 207-20.
___. Rev. of John C. Greene, Theatre in Belfast 1736-1800 (Lehigh UP, 2000). New Hibernia Review 7.4 (Winter 2003): 151-55.
___. Rev. of Achsah Guibbory, Ceremony and Community from Herbert to Milton (Cambridge UP, 1998). Ben Jonson Journal 6 (2000): 333-40.
___. "Forms of Authority in the Early Texts of Every Man Out of His Humour ." Re-Presenting Ben Jonson: Text, Performance, History . Ed. Martin Butler . Houndmills: Macmillan; New York : St. Martin's, 1999. 59-75.
___. " Jack the Giant Queller : Political Theater in Ascendancy Dublin ." Éire-Ireland 30 (1995): 70-88.
___. "Recent Studies in George Peele (1969-1990)." English Literary Renaissance 23 (1993): 212-20.
___. "Recent Studies in Thomas Lodge (1969-1990)." English Literary Renaissance 23 (1993): 201-11.
___. "Recent Studies in John Lyly (1969-1990)." English Literary Renaissance 22 (1992): 435-50.
___ "Jonson's Texts in the First Folio." Ben Jonson's 1616 Folio . Ed. Jennifer Brady and W. H. Herendeen. Newark : U of Delaware P, 1991. 23-37.
___. "Recent Studies in Robert Greene (1968-88)." English Literary Renaissance 20 (1990): 163-75.
___. "The Final Quires of Jonson's 1616 Workes : Headline Evidence," Studies in Bibliography 40 (1987): 106-20.
___. "Ben Jonson." Elizabethan Dramatists : Ed. Fredson Bowers. Vol. 62 of The Dictionary of Literary Biography (Detroit: Gale, 1987). 136-82.
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Dubek, Laura. "Janie Crawford," "Jody Starks," and "Vergible/Tea Cake Woods" in Students Companion to American Literary Characters. Vol 1. Facts on File: Manley, 2007.
___. "[J]us' listenin' tuh you": Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God and the Gospel Impulse." Southern Literary Journal 41.1 (Fall 2008): 109-130.
___. "Lessons in Solidarity: Buchi Emecheta and Mariama Bâ on Female Victim(izer)s." Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 30 (2001): 199-223.
___. "Rewriting Male Scripts: Willa Cather and The Song of the Lark." Women's Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 23 (1994): 293-306.
___. "The Social Geography of Race in Hurston's Seraph on the Suwanee." African American Review 30.3 (1996): 341-51.
___. "Till Death Do Us Part: White Male Rage in Richard Wright's Savage Holiday ." Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures 61.4 (Fall 2008): 593-613.
___. "White Family Values in Ann Petry's Country Place." MELUS 29.2 (Summer 2004): 55- 76.

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Gaitely, Patricia.
"Robicheaux's Revenants: The Use and Function of the Revenant in James Lee Burke's Dave Robicheaux Novels." Clues: A Journal of Detection 28.2 (2010): 77-86.
___. "I Took No Joy In It": Southern Violence and Folk Justice in the Robicheaux Novels. Ed. Leonard Engel. Jefferson:McFarland and Company, 2010. 42-51.
___. "'It's an Easy Life': Women Serpent-Handlers in Contemporary Appalachia." North Carolina Folklore Journal 56.2 (2009): 52-64.
___. "Perceptions and Misconceptions of Folkl Belief in James Lee Burke's Dave Robicheaux Novels." Louisiana Folklore Miscellany XVIII (2008): 91-108.

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Hague, Angela.

Books
___. Fiction, Intuition, and Creativity: Studies in Brontë, James, Woolf, and Lessing. Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, 2003.
___. Teleparody: Predicting/Preventing the Television Discourse of Tomorrow. Ed. with David Lavery. London: Wallflower Press, 2002.
___. Deny All Knowledge: Reading the X-Files. Ed. with David Lavery and Marla Cartwright. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 1996. Published in the UK by Faber and Faber, 1997.
___. Iris Murdoch's Comic Vision. Selinsgrove and London: Associated University Presses, 1984.

Book Entries

___. "Norman Film Studios in Jacksonville, Florida." Forthcoming in the Media Volume of The Encyclopedia of Southern Studies, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
___. "The Film Industry in Jacksonville, Florida, 1908-1928." Forthcoming in the Media Volume of The Encyclopedia of Southern Studies, Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
___. "The Spaceship as Icon." In American Icons: People, Places, and Things that Have Shaped Our Culture. Vol. Three. Ed. Dennis and Susan Grove Hall. Westport: Greenwood Press, 2006. 634-641.
___. "UFOs." In Conspiracy Theories in American History. Vol. Two. Santa Barbara: ABC/Clio Press, 2003. 699-705.
___. "Art Bell." In Conspiracy Theories in American History. Vol. One. Santa Barbara: ABC/Clio Press, 2003. 120-121.
___. "Ragtime and the Movies." In Critical Essays on E. L. Doctorow. Ed. Ben Siegel. New York: G. K. Hall, 2000. 166-176.
___. "Generation X: The X-Files and the Cultural Moment." With David Lavery and Marla Cartwright. In Deny all Knowledge: Reading the X-Files (1996): 1-21. See above.
___. "Infinite Games: The De-rationalization of Detection in Twin Peaks." In Full of Secrets: Critical Approaches to Twin Peaks. Ed. David Lavery. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1995. 130-143.
___. "The Comedy of Contingency in An Accidental Man." In Critical Essays on Iris Murdoch. Ed. Lindsey Tucker. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1993. 106-124.

Selected Articles, Review Essays, and Reviews

___. "Before Abduction: The Male Contactee Narrative of the 1950s." The Journal of Popular Culture." Forthcoming.
___."'A Faithful Anatomy of Our Time'": Reassessing Shirley Jackson." In Frontiers: A Journal of Women Studies (2005): 73-96.
___. "History: Boys Will Be Boys." In Teleparody: Predicting/Preventing the Television Discourse of Tomorrow (2002): 6-12. See above.
___. Rev. of Art and Affection: A Life of Virginia Woolf by Panthea Reid. Studies in Humanities (1998): 125-28.
___."'Europe,' by Henry James." Masterplots II, Short Story Supplement. Pasadena: Salem Press, 1996. 3162-3164.
___. " The Collector, by John Fowles." Masterplots, Revised Second Edition. Pasadena: Salem Press, 1996. 1196-1199.
___. "Mary Renault's The Bull from the Sea." Masterplots II: Women's Literature. Pasadena: Salem Press, 1994.
___. "Mary Renault's The King Must Die." Masterplots II: Women's Literature. Pasadena: Salem Press, 1994.
___. Rev. of Understanding Iris Murdoch by Cheryl K. Bove. Iris Murdoch Newsletter (1993): 2-3.
___."Charlotte Brontë and Intuitive Consciousness." Texas Studies in Literature and Language (1990): 584-601.
___. Rev. of Iris Murdoch by Deborah Johnson. South Atlantic Review (1989): 166-67.
___. "Picaresque Structure and the Angry Young Novel." Twentieth Century Literature (1986): 209-220.
___. "The Academic World in Literature." The Midwest Quarterly (1985): 171-87.
___. "Joe Orton." In Critical Survey of Drama. Englewood Cliffs: Salem Press, 1985. 1418-1429.
___. "Muriel Spark's The Only Problem." In Magill's Literary Annual 1985. Englewood Cliffs: Salem Press, 1985. 668-71.
___. "Iris Murdoch's The Philosopher's Pupil." In Magill's Literary Annual 1984. Englewood Cliffs: Salem Press, 1984. 690-94.
___. "Iris Murdoch." In Critical Survey of Long Fiction. Englewood Cliffs: Salem Press, 1983. 1925-44.
___. "Muriel Spark." In Critical Survey of Long Fiction. Englewood Cliffs: Salem Press, 1983. 2473-87.
___. "Ragtime and the Movies." North Dakota Quarterly (1982): 101-112.

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Helford, Elyce.
Books Edited
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Fantasy Girls: Gender in the New Universe of Science Fiction and Fantasy Television. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2000.
___. Enterprise Zones: Critical Positions on Star Trek. Co-edited with Taylor Harrison, Sarah Projansky, and Kent A. Ono. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 1996.

Articles in Academic Journals
___.
"'A queer feeling when I look at you': Gender and Sexuality in Three Films by George Cukor." Journal of Bisexuality 7.1 (2007): forthcoming.
___. "The Gaze, The Stepford Wives, and Envisioning Feminism in 1975." Feminist Media Studies 6.2 (2006): 145-156.
___. "The Future of Political Community: Race, Ethnicity, and Class Privilege in Novels by Piercy, Gomez, and Misha." Utopian Studies 12.2 (2001): 124-142.
___. "'I'm Wondering What Sort of Misunderstanding is Happening Right Now': Poststructuralism, French Feminism, and Carol Emshwiller's 'The Start of the End of It All'." Foundation 74 (1998): 67-79.
___. "Going 'Native': Le Guin, Misha, and the Politics of Speculative Literature." Foundation 71 (1997): 77-88. Rpt. In Short Story Criticism. Vol. 69. Ed. Joseph Palminsano. Detroit: Gale, 2004.
___. "Reading Masculinities in the 'Post-Patriarchal' Space of Red Dwarf." Foundation 64 (1995): 20-31.
___. "'Would You Really Rather Die Than Bear My Young?': The Construction of Gender, Race, and Species in Octavia E. Butler's 'Bloodchild.'" African American Review 28.2 (1994): 259-271. Rpt. in Short Stories for Students. Vol. 6. Eds. Jerry Moore and Tim Akers. Detroit: Gale, 1999. Rpt. in Modern Black Writers. Ed. Joanne Cerrito. Detroit: Gale, 1999.
___. "We Are Only Seeking Man: Gender, Psychoanalysis, and Stanislaw Lem's Solaris." Science-Fiction Studies 57 (1992): 167-177.Rpt. In Contemporary Literary Criticism. Vol. 149. Ed. Jeffrey W. Hunter.
Detroit: Gale, 2001.

Book Chapters
___. "'Ok, homeboys, let's posse': Gender, Race, Class, and Masculine Anxiety in Red Dwarf." British Television Science Fiction: A Hitchhiker's Guide. Eds. Peter Wright and John Cook. London: I.B. Tauris, 2005.
___. "'It's a Rip-off of the Women's Movement': Second-Wave Feminism and The Stepford Wives." Disco Divas: Women and Popular Culture in the 1970s. Ed. Sherrie Inness. Philadelphia: U PA Press, 2003: 24-38.
___. "'My Emotions Give Me Power': The Containment of Girls' Anger in Buffy the Vampire Slayer." Fighting the Forces: What's at Stake in Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Eds. Rhonda V. Wilcox and David Lavery. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2002. 18-34.
___. "(E)raced Visions: Women of Color and Science Fiction in the U.S." Science Fiction, Canonization, Marginalization, and the Academy. Eds. Gary Westfahl and George Slusser. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2002. 127-138.
___. "Feminism, Queer Studies, and the Sexual Politics of Xena: Warrior Princess." Fantasy Girls: Gender in the New Universe of Science Fiction and Fantasy Television.
___. "Postfeminism and the Female Action-Adventure Hero: Positioning Tank Girl." Future Females: The Next Generation: New Voices and Velocities in Feminist Science Fiction Criticism. Ed. Marleen S. Barr. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2000. 291-308.
___. "'A Part of Myself No Man Should Ever See': Reading Captain Kirk's Multiple Masculinities." Enterprise Zones: Critical Positions on Star Trek.

Reference Articles
___.
"Feminism." Encyclopedia of Themes in Science Fiction and Fantasy (three volumes). Ed. Gary Westfahl. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing, 2005. 289-291.
___. "Butler, Octavia E. Wild Seed." Masterplots II: Women's Literature. Ed. Tracy Irons. Pasadena: Salem Press, 1995. 2469-2473.

Book Reviews
___. Rev. Cult Television, edited by Sara Gwenllian-Jones and Roberta A. Pearson.
Science Fiction Review 272 (June 2005): 11-12.
___. Rev. Notes on Nowhere: Feminism, Utopian Logic, and Social Transformation, by
Jennifer Burwell and Frankenstein's Daughters: Women Writing Science Fiction, by Jane Donawerth. Signs 26.1 (Autumn 2000): 293-295.
___. Rev. Aliens and Others: Science Fiction, Feminism and Postmodernism, by Jenny Wolmark and Science Fiction and Postmodern Fiction: A Genre Study, by Barbara Puschmann-Nalenz. Utopian Studies 6.1 (1995): 168-173.
___. Rev. Feminism and Science Fiction, by Sarah Lefanu. SubStance 65 (1991): 110-112.

Film Reviews and Review Articles
___. Rev. "Tank Girl, Postfeminist Media Manifesto." Electronic Book Review (January
2005): <http://www.electronicbookreview.com/v3/servlet/ebr?command=view_essay&essay_i
d=helfordwp>.
___. Rev. "Where are the Sci-Fi Sisters?" Bitch: Feminist Response to Pop Culture 15
(Winter 2001): 34-37, 88-89.
___. Rev. "Parenting, Feminism, and the Disney Machine: A Review of Monsters, Inc." Bitch Magazine Online. December 2001. <www.bitchmagazine.com>.
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Hibbard, Allen. " Abu Naim and the Beggar." Nexus 33(1998): 75-78.
___. Al Abur ila Al- 'Abbassiya (A collection of 12 stories translated into Arabic by Osama Isber). Damascus: Dar al Mustaqbal, 1994.
___. " Al Abur ila Al-'Abbassiya" (Arabic translation of "Crossing to Abbassiya.") Alef 22-23 (1993): 69-72.
___. "Alfred Chester Redivivus," The Centennial Review 43:2 (Spring 1999):377-396.
___. " Cormac McCarthy." Magill's Survey of American Literature . New York: Marshall Cavendish, 1991. 1191-1203.
___. " Crossing to Abbassiya." Cimmaron Review 99 (April 1992): 17-19. Rep. in Sudden Fiction (Continued). Ed. James Thomas. New York: Norton, 1996, 187-192.
___. " Cultural Upheaval and Fictional Form in Three Contemporary Egyptian Novels." Liminal Postmodernisms. The Postmodern, the (Post-)Colonial, and the (Post-)Feminist .Ed. Theo D'haen and Hans Bertens. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1994. 317-329.
___. " Decouvrir Adonis." Adonis:Un poete dans le monde d'aujourd'hui. Paris: Institut du Monde Arabe, 2000: 305-307.
___. " East Meets West." Rev. of Arabian Nights and Days by Naguib Mahfouz. Nashville Scene 16 March 1995: 64.
___. " Expatriation and Narration in Two Works by Paul Bowles." West Virginia Philological Papers 32 (1986): 61-71.
___. The Fan of Swords , poems by Muhammad al-Maghut. Digest of Middle East Studies 2.3(1993):7-10.
___. Fragments of Memory by Hanna Mina, Damascus Nights by Rewfik Schami, and Daughter of Damascus by Siham Tergeman. Digest of Middle East Studies 3.3 (1994): 89-97.
___. " Furlough." Passport (London) 6(Fall 1993): 45-49.
___. Genesis of Arabic Narrative Discourse by Sabry Hafez. Digest of Middle East Studies 3.1(1994): 80-83.
___. " Getting Away with Murder: Patricia Highsmith." Rain Taxi 1:3 (1996): 34-6.
___. " Interview with Paul Bowles." Conversations with Paul Bowles . Ed. Gena Dagel Caponi. Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 1993. 201-209.
___. Legends of the Assassins by Farhat Daftary. Digest of Middle East Studies 4. 1 (1995): 72-78.
___. " Looking Over Jordan." Al 'Arabiyya (1995): 33-40.
___. " No Place Like Homs: Syrian Humor." Tennessee Folklore Society Bulletin 58:4 (1998): 153-169.
___. " Out in the World :Reconstructing Jane Bowles's Unfinished Novel." The Library Chronicle (UT, Austin) 25:2 (1994): 121-169.
___. " Paul Bowles," American Writers (Supplement IV, Part 1). Ed. A. Walton Litz. New York: Scribner's, 1996. 79-100.
___. " Paul Bowles," Dictionary of Literary Biography , vol. 218, American Short-Story Writers Since World War II, Second Series , ed. Patrick Meanor and Gwen Crane. Gale: Detroit, 2000.56-69.
___. " Paul Bowles," The Columbia Companion to the 20th Century American Short Story , ed. Blanche Gelfant. New York: Columbia University Press, 2000.154-158.
___. " Paul Bowles." Partisan Review 58.4 (1991): 736-39.
___. Paul Bowles:A Study of the Short Fiction .Boston: Macmillan, 1993.
___. Paul Bowles, Magic & Morocco (forthcoming, Cadmus Editions, Spring 2003).
___. Review of Ashe of Rings and Other Writings by Mary Butts. Review of Contemporary Fiction 19.1 (1999):185-6.
___. Review of Back in No Time by Brion Gysin. Review of Contemporary Fiction 22:2 (2002): 222-223.
___. Review of Belated Travelers by Ali Behdad. Digest of Middle East Studies 4.3 (1995): 81-86.
___. Review of Bernhard by Yoel Hoffmann. Review of Contemporary Fiction 19:2 (1999): 126-27.
___. Review of Corruption by Taher Ben Jelloun. Review of Contemporary Fiction 16.1 (1996): 156-7.
___. Review of Crossing Borders:An American Woman in the Middle East by Judith Caesar. Digest of Middle East Studies 7:4 (Fall 1999): 99-101.
___. Review of Dream of Dreams by Antonio Tabucchi. Review of Contemporary Fiction 21:1 (2001): 203-204.
___. Review of Improvisations on a Missing String by Nazik Saba Yared. Middle East Studies Association Bulletin 32 (1998): 184-5.
___. Review of In Search of Walid Masoud by Jabra Ibrahim Jabra. MESA Bulletin 35 (2001): 78-79.
___. Review of Inspector Ali by Driss Chraibi. Digest of Middle East Studies 5:2 (1996): 80-83.
___. Review of Jacob, Menahem & Mimoun:A Family Epic by Marcel Benabou. Review of Contemporary Fiction 18:3 (1998):241.
___. Review of Kingdom of Strangers by Elias Khoury. Middle East Studies Association Bulletin 30 (1996): 237-8. ___. Review of Notes from Hampstead: The Writer's Notes:1954-1971 by Elias Canetti. Review of Contemporary Fiction 19.1 (1999):181-82.
___. Review of Over-Sensitivity by Jalal Toufic. Review of Contemporary Fiction 17.1 (1997):184-5.
___. Review of Piranesi's Dream: A Novel by Gerhard Kopf. Review of Contemporary Fiction 21:1 (2001): 198.
___. Review of Rites of Assent by Abd al-Hakim Qasim. Digest of Middle East Studies 5:3 (1996): 86-9.
___. Review of Sabriya: Damascus Bitter Sweet by Ulfat Idilbi, and Lina: A Portrait of a Damascene Girl by Samar Attar. Digest of Middle East Studies 6:2 (1997) 50-56.
___. Review of The Christ of Fish by Yoel Hoffmann. Review of Contemporary Fiction 20:1 (2000): 183.
___. Review of The Harafish by Naguib Mahfouz. Edebiyat 9 (1998): 307-311.
___. Review of The Man Who Walked to the Moon by Howard McCord. Review of Contemporary Fiction 18.1 (1998): 252.
___. Review of The Native Informant: Six Tales of Defiance from the Arab World by Ramzi M. Salti. Digest of Middle East Studies 5:4 (1996): 86-90.
___. Review of The Three-Arched Bridge by Ismail Kadare. Review of Contemporary Fiction 17.3 (1997): 242.
___. Review of Unreal City by Thomas E. Kennedy. Rain Taxi 2:2 (1997): 46.
___. Review of Waiting List: An Iraqi Woman's Tales of Alienation by Daisy Al-Amir. Middle East Studies Association Bulletin 30 (1996): 238-39.
___. Review of Yellow Jack by Josh Russell. Rain Taxi 4:3 (Fall 1999):45.
___. Review of You Are Not I: A Portrait of Paul Bowles by Millicent Dillon. Review of Contemporary Fiction 18.2 (1998):228-29.
___. Review of Zanouba by Out el Kouloub. Digest of Middle East Studies 7:1 (1998): 96-98.
___. " Rewriting the Social Contract: Prospects and Problems for the Individual in 19th Century United States." Tishreen University Journal (Lattakia, Syria) 9.15.3 (1993): 34-47.
___. " Short Fiction Since 1960." Critical Survey of Short Fiction , ed. Frank N. Magill. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press, 1993. 2750-63.
___. " Some Versions of Ironic (Mis-) Interpretation: The American Abroad." Alif 8 (1988): 67-87.
___. " Tangier Revisited:A Travel Diary," Nexus 33(1998): 116-121.
___. " Teaching 'Anecdote of a Jar' in Tennessee." Tennessee English Journal (1991): 25-27.
___. " Tender is the Night and The Sheltering Sky : The Meanings of Familiar and Exotic Foreign Settings." Abhath al-Yarmouk 6.1 (1988): 7-20.
___. The Time and the Place and Other Stories by Naguib Mahfouz . Digest of Middle East Studies 2.3 (1993): 15-19.
___. " To Fashion Identity." Rev. of The Hostage by Zayd Mutee' Dammaj and Ramza by Out el Kouloub. Digest of Middle East Studies 4.4 (1995): 68-77.
___. "Toward a Postmodern Aesthetic: Indeterminacy, Instability, and Inconclusiveness in Out in the World ." A Tawdry Place of Salvation: The Art of Jane Bowles . Ed. Jennie Skerl. Southern Illinois University Press, 1997. 153-67.
___. " Welcome to the Wacky World of Alfred Chester," Big Bridge Spring 2001 (www.bigbridge.org).
___, trans. A Banquet for Seaweed , a novel by Haydar Haydar (from Arabic with Osama Isber).Under contract with Syracuse University Press. Selections from the translation will appear in an upcoming issue of Edebiyat.
___, trans. "The Chairs," a story by Ibrahim al-Kuni (from Arabic with Ali Ahmida). Suitcase 3.1 (1998): 278-284.
___, trans. " Contemporary Syrian Literature" (with Osama Isber). Special issue of Cimarron Review , July 1994, featuring works by Mohammad al-Maghut, Nizar Kabbani, Mahmud as-Sayed, Abdel Salam al-Ujayli, Zakariyya Tamer and Ibrahim Samuel.
___, trans. " A Desire Moving Through the Maps of the Material," a poem by Adonis (from Arabic with Osama Isber). Sulfur 39 (1996): 75-102.(Portions republished in Poems for the Millennium , vol. 2, ed. Jerome Rothenberg and Pierre Joris, University of California Press, 1998, 187-194.)
___, trans. " The Time," a poem by Adonis (from Arabic with Osama Isber). Grand Street 59 (1996): 166-173.
___, ed. Conversations with William S. Burroughs .Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 2000.
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Hixon, Martha P. Books and articles:
___. "'Whose Woods These Are I Think I Know': Narrative Theory and Diana Wynne Jones's Hexwood." Telling Children's Stories. Ed. Michael Cadden. Frontiers of Narrative Series. University of Nebraska Press. (Fall 2009).
___. "Under the Sea - American Adolescent Female Desire in The Little Mermaid." Synsvinkler 32 (2005): 90-106. Publication of the Center for Nordic Studies, Syddansk University. Special issue on H. C. Andersen.
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"'The Lady of Shalott' as Paradigm in Patricia McKillip's The Tower at Stony Wood ." Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts 16.3 (Fall 2005): 191-205.
___. "Tam Lin, Fair Janet, and the Sexual Revolution: Traditional Ballads, Fairy Tales, and Twentieth-Century Children's Literature." Marvels and Tales: Journal of Fairy-Tale Studies 18.1 (Spring 2004): 67-92.
___. Diana Wynne Jones: An Exciting and Exacting Wisdom . Ed. Teya Rosenberg, Martha P. Hixon, Sharon M. Scapple, and Donna R. White. Studies in Children's Literature Series. General Editor William Moebius. Peter Lang, 2002.
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"The Importance of Being Nowhere: Narrative Dimensions and Their Interplay in Fire and Hemlock ." In Diana Wynne Jones: An Exciting and Exacting Wisdom. 96-107.
___. "Images of Louisiana in Children's Literature." Louisiana English Journal 6.1 (1999): 71-74.

Encyclopedia entries and book reviews:
___. Review of Folklore and the Fantastic in 19th Century British Fiction, by Jason Marc Harris (Ashgate, 2008). Children's Literature Association Quarterly 34.1(Spring 2009): 73-75.
___. Review of Four British Fantasists by Charles Butler (Scarecrow, 2006). Children's Literature Association Quarterly 32.3 (Fall 2007): 273-275.
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"The Child as Father of the Man: American Childhood and Walt Disney." (Review Essay). Children's Literature 35 (2007):239-242.
___. Review of Folktales Retold: A Critical Overview of Stories Updated for Children by Amie Doughty McFarland, 2006). The Lion and the Unicorn 31.2 (April 2007):196-199.
___. "Tale with a Thousand Faces: 'Beauty and the Beast.'" (Review Essay). Children's Literature 34 (2006): 214-217.
___. "New Wine in Old Bottles." (Review Essay). Children's Literature 32 (2004): 216-221.
___. Review of Little Red Riding Hood Uncloaked: Sex, Morality, and the Evolution of a Fairy Tale by Catherine Orenstein (Basic Books, 2002). Children's Literature Association Quarterly 29.1-2 (Spring/Summer 2004):129-31.
___. Review of In Cold Fear by Pamela Hunt Steinle ( Ohio State UP, 2000). Children's Literature Association Quarterly 27.3 (Fall 2002): 167.
___. Review of Elizabeth Barrett Browning : An Annotated Bibliography of the Commentary and Criticism by Sandra Donaldson. Bulletin of Bibliography 51.2 (1994): 235-6.
___. Entries on Donna Jo Napoli, Patricia Wrede, Charles de Lint, Terri Windling, and William Brooke in The St. James Guide to Children's Writers / Young Adult Writers . Ed. Tom and Sara Pendergrast. St. James Press, 1999.
___. Entries on Charles Perrault, Hans Christian Andersen, Uncle Remus, Angela Carter, and Joseph Jacobs in The Encyclopedia of Folklore and Literature , Ed. Bruce Rosenberg and Mary Ellen Brown. Garland Press, 1998.

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Hollings. Marion. Encomia: Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Courtly Literature Society 2005-2006 (Vols. 29-30) (forthcoming).
___. Encomia: Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Courtly Literature Society 2003 (Vol. 27, 2007).
___. Encomia: Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Courtly Literature Society 2002 (Vol. 26, 2006).
___. Encomia: Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Courtly Literature Society 2000-2001 (Vols. 24-25, 2004).
___. Encomia: Bibliographical Bulletin of the International Courtly Literature Society 1998-1999 (Vols. 22-23, 2002).
___. "Fountains and Strange Women in the Bower of Bliss: Eastern Contexts for Acrasia and Her Community." Consuming Narrative: Gender and Monstrous Appetite in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Edited by Liz Herbert McAvoy and Teresa Walters. Cardiff, Wales: University of Wales Press, 2002.
___. " Reprocessing the Subject of History in the Renaissance." Memory, History and Critique: European Identity at the Millennium Proceedings of the Fifth Conference of the International Society for the Study of European Ideas at the University for Humanist Studies, Utrecht, The Netherlands, August 19-24, 1996, Editors: Frank Brinkhuis and Sascha Talmore, ISSEI/University for Humanist Studies, Utrecht and MIT Press, Cambridge, 1998.
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Holtzclaw, Robert and Judith Slagle. "Narrative Voice and 'Chorus on the Stage' in Tom Jones " in The Cinema of Tony Richardson: Essays and Interviews. Ed. James M. Welsh and John C. Tibbetts. Albany: SUNY Press, 1999: 189-205.
___ and Robert A. Armour. "Film." Greenwood Guide to American Popular Culture. Ed. M. Thomas Inge and Dennis Hall. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing, 2002.
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Houp, Wesley.
Refereed Articles:

___. "Caretaker status: Closing the Kentucky and the end of a dream." North of Center, forthcoming.
___. "An imaginative stretch: Frankfort to Elkhorn Creek." North of Center, forthcoming.
___. "Behold, the Kentucky: Drowning to Muddy Creek." North of Center. (July 2011) 3.13.
___. "The Phantom Map: West Irvine to Drowning Creek." North of Center. (July 2011) 3.12.
___. "The Length of the Kentucky." North of Center. (May 2011) 3.9.
___. "High Bridge: One-hundred year drift." North of Center. (April 2011) 3.8.
___. "Life by rheotaxis: A river rat retrospective." North of Center. (April 2011) 3.7.
___. "A Mosque in Murfreesboro: Islamophobia in the heartland." North of Center. (October 2010) 2.20.
___. "Lana's Story: Restorying Literacy Education" in Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy (May 2009): 52.8.
___. "Writing Center as Compass: Reorienting the Freshman Traveler" in Writing Lab Newsletter , June 2008.
___. "The Interpretive Paraphrase Workshop" in Teaching English in the Two-Year College , May 2004.
___. "Bakhtin, Berthoff, and Bridge-Building: Tutoring ESL" in Writing Lab Newsletter , Jan/Feb 2004.

Guest Edited Journals:
___. "Inventions of Activism." Reconstructions: Studies in Contemporary Culture (Fall 2010) 10.3 (with Michael Benton, Alan Clinton, and Danny Mayer).
___. "Rhetorics of Place" Reconstructions: Studies in Contemporary Culture with Michael Benton and Melissa Purdue, 2005.

Creative Nonfiction:

___. "Confessions of a guerrilla gardener: A second-generation horticultural hooligan tells all." North of Center (April 2010) 2.7.

___. "Locked and damned on the Kentucky River: A post-navigational meander." North of Center (June 2010) 2.12.

Book Reviews:
___. Steven Cope's Clover's Log in Limestone: A Journal of Literature and Art, 2005.
___. Raymond L. Williams' The Postmodern Novel in Latin America: Politics, Culture, and the Crisis of Truth in Studies in the Humanities, 2000.

Poetry :
___. Limestone: A Journal of Literature and Art, 2006, 2004, 2002.
___. Black Warrior Review, 2004.
___. disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory, 2003.
___. Chattahoochee Review, 2002, 1995.
___. New Growth Arts Review, 2002.
___. The Chaffin Journal, 1998.
___. Plainsong, 1996.
___. Kentucky Poetry Review, 1992.
___. Wind Magazine, 1991.
___. Through the Gap: An Anthology of Contemporary Kentucky Poetry, 1990.

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