Recent Scholarly Works

Below is just a small sample of the scholarly and creative work published by our faculty.

Jon Billman

  • "Sixty is the New 25," (Outside, Feb./March 2016.)

Gabriel Brahm

  • The Case Against Academic Boycotts of Israel (co-edited with Cary Nelson), Wayne State University Press, 2015.
  • "There is a Clash of Civilizations: an Interview with Benny Morris," (Fathom, Autumn 2015.)

Lisa Eckert

  • Literarcy Teaching and Learning in Rural Communities: Problematizing Stereotypes, Challenging Myths (co-edited with Janet Alsup, published by Routledge, 2015).

Matt Frank

  • Preparing the Ghost (Liveright; 1 edition July 7, 2014)
  • The Mad Feast (Liveright; 1 edition, November 9, 2015)

Marek Haltof

  • Historical Dictionary of Polish Cinema (2015, first edition in 2007).
  • Polish Film and the Holocaust: Politics and Memory (2012).

Amy Hamilton

  • Before the West was West: Critical Essays on Pre-1800 Literature of the American Frontiers. Amy T. Hamilton and Tom J. Hillard, eds. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2014.

Caroline Krzakowski

  • “The Problem of Diplomacy in Lawrence Durrellʼs Mountolive.” Archives and Networks of Modernism. Eds. James Gifford, James M. Clawson, and Fiona Tomkinson. Spec. issue of The Global Review: A Biannual Special Topics Journal 1.1 (2013): 115-134

Lesly Larkin

  • Race and the Literary Encounter: Black Literature from James Weldom Johnson to Percival Everett. (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2015.)

Rachel May

  • Quilting with a Modern Slant (Storey/Workman, 2014.)

Jaspal Singh

  • Negotiating Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Turkey (New York: Peter Lang Publishers, 2016)

Robert Whalen

  • The Digital Temple (Whalen, Robert and Christopher Hodgkins, eds. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2013.)

David Wood

  • "Disability in Renaissance Drama." Blackwell Companion to Renaissance Drama. Arthur Kinney, ed. Blackwell [forthcoming 2016].
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