Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Doctoral Student Publications 2012-2013 (and forthcoming)

The Tenants are not quite sure how they find the time to do it, but, when they weren't presenting at conferences, a number of the doctoral students also managed to publish essays in academic journals and edited collections this past year or to have their work accepted for future publication. We suspect that they're skipping their naps, but the results seem to justify it.

Not counting reviews and encyclopedia entries, here is this year's tally:

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).
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.
Kayla McKinney:

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

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

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.
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.
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).
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.
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.
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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