(Diversity Student Services) has had her critical paper
"Food for Thought: A Postcolonial Study of the Food Imagery in Louise
Erdrich's Antelope Wife" published in the Spring
2005 issue of SAIL, Studies in American Indian Literature.
Burn (English) wrote
a review of Steve Erickson’s latest novel, Our Ecstatic Days,
for the American Book Review.
Allison Hedge Coke (English)
recently had a book of poetry titled Off-Season City Pipe published
by the Coffee House Press. It draws on her background as a tobacco
sharecropper, factory worker and fisherwoman. Hedge Coke articulates
the stark contrast between an ancestry whose strong work ethic,
manual skills and environmental stewardship defined their communities,
but whose present circumstances have forced so many into poverty,
performing work that fails to provide sustenance for the land or
its people. She is also the author
of the American Book Award-winning debut collection Dog Road
Woman and the memoir Rock, Ghost, Willow Deer.
wrote an article titled “Ritual Sacrifice and the Pre-Christian
Subtext of Gawain’s Green Girdle” that was published in Sir
Gawain and the Classical Tradition.
Haltof (English) published
a book chapter titled “Requiem for Solidarity: Death and Memory
in Kryzysztof Kieslowski’s No End ” (English translation)
that will appear in a Poland
’s Kino polskie wobec umierania
i smierci publication.