“Race Trauma at the End of the Millennium: (Narrative) Passing in Philip Roth’s The Human Stain.” Philip Roth Studies. Purdue University Press and Philip Roth Society (forthcoming).
“Sacred Ontology and Desacralized World: Race Trauma in J. E. Wideman’s The Cattle Killing.” Literature and Theology. Oxford University Press (forthcoming)
“Bearing Witness?: The Problem with the White Cross-Racial (Mis)Portrayals of History.” Still Maids? Still Toms?: Perspectives on The Help and Other White-Authored Narratives of Black Life in the “Post-Racial” Era. Eds. Claire Garcia and Vershawn Young. The University of Illinois Press (forthcoming in 2013).
“Drawing the Trauma of Race: Choices and Crises of Representation in Art Spiegelman’s Maus.” Crossing Boundaries in Graphic Narrative: Essays on Forms, Series and Genres. Eds. Jake Jakaitis and James F. Wurtz. McFarland Press, 2012: 138-151.
The Tenants congratulate Lumi on her continuing research success and suggest that she might watch the mail for a gift from Colson Hall that will really liven up the switchplates in her new place in Richmond.