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Doctoral Student Publications 2012-2013:

Sreya Chatterjee

“Begetting Wayward Sons: Naxalite Insurgency and Revolutionary Motherhood in Mahasweta Devi’s Mother of 1084.” Critique of Naxalism: Poststructuralist Perspectives. Ed. Pradip Basu (Routledge, India). Forthcoming.

“Gender and Literature of the Underground: Examining Naxalite Women’s Literary Representation.” Radical Left Movements in the Indian Sub-Continent. Ed. Pradip Basu. (New Delhi: Cambridge University Press). Forthcoming.

“Beyond Barriers: Chandra Talpade Mohanty and Transnational Feminist Solidarity.” Modern Social Thinkers. Ed. Pradip Basu. (Kolkata: Setu Prakashani, 2012).

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Jim Greene

“Ethan Allen and Daniel Shays: Contrasting Models of Political Representation in the Early Republic.” Early American Literature 48.1 (2013): 125-51.

“Military Service and Racial Subjectivity in the War Narratives of James Roberts and Isaac Hubbell.” Forthcoming essay in edited collection, Warring for America, 1803-1818. Eds. Fredrika Teute, Nicole Eustace, and Robert Parkinson. University of North Carolina Press.

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Kayla McKinney

”’In that Bony Light:’ The Museum Economy in Charles Dickens’s Our Mutual Friend.” Victorian Review. Forthcoming, 2014.

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Susan Lantz

“Take Your Parents to Work Day.” CUPA-HR News. October 18, 2012.

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Courtney Novosat

“Outside Dupin’s Closet of Reason: (Homo)sexual Repression and Racialized Terror in Poe’s ‘The Murders in the Rue Morgue.’” Poe Studies: History, Theory, Interpretation 45.1 (2012): 78-106.

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Kwabena Opoku-Agyemang

Rituals of Distrust: Illicit Affairs and Metaphors of Transport in Ama Ata Aidoo’s “Two Sisters” and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s “Birdsong,” Research in African Literatures 44.3. (2013) Forthcoming in autumn.

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Katherine Richards

“Her mind had the happy art:” The Creation of Alternative Space and Performance in Ann
Radcliffe’s Romance of the Forest. Forthcoming in SLI: Studies in Literary Imagination.47.2 (Fall 2014).

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Erin Johns Speese

“Aren’t We Guilty Too?: The Censorship of D.H. Lawrence in the Ivory Tower.” Rhizomes. Forthcoming.

”’Our feelings become impressed with the grandeur of Omnipotence’: Mary Somerville’s Feminine Scientific Sublime.” Prose Studies: History, Theory, Criticism. Forthcoming.

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Valerie Surrett

”’Always better, less rude, to talk about things that were the same’: The Necessity of Otherness to a Functioning Public Sphere.”_ Journal of Contemporary Thought_ No. 36 (2012): 139-57.

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Jeff Yeager

The Social Mind: John Elof Boodin’s Influence on John Steinbeck’s Phalanx Fiction: 1935-1942.” The Steinbeck Review 10.1 (Spring 2013). Forthcoming.

“How This World is Given to Lying!”: Orson Welles’s Deconstruction of Traditional Historiographies in Chimes at Midnight. Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference 4 (2013): 80-94.

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