​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Research and Publications


Details of Arts and Humanities faculty research can be found in RESEARCH@Babson College, a publication of the Babson Faculty Research Fund.


David Akiba

Knot This Broken Thread. Chicago, IL: 2054 press, 2011

Charles Boyer

History's Child, New Issues Press, January 2016

Jon Dietrick

Bad Pennies and Dead Presidents: Money in American Drama 1935-2001, Cambridge Scholars Press, 2012.

Katrin Fischer

​Reclams Lexikon der Shakespeare-Zitate. Stuttgart: Reclam, 2014. ​

Pamela Hoffer

Reflets réciproques: A Prismatic Reading of Stéphane Mallarmé and Hélène Cixous, Peter Lang Publishing, April 2006.

Julie Levinson

Acting (Behind the Silver Screen, Volume 4) Series ed. Jon Lewis: volume eds. Claudia Springer and Julie Levinson.  Rutgers, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2015.​

Alexander Payne Interviews (Conversations with Filmmakers series), University Press of Mississippi. 2014.

The American Success Myth on Film, Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

Michael Gerhard Martin

 Easiest If I Had A Gun. Pittsburgh: Braddock Avenue Books, 2014

Jason Mohaghegh

Elemental Disappearances, New York: Punctum Books, 2016.

Born Upon the Dark Spear: Selected Poems of Ahmad Shamlu (translation; New York: Contra Mundum Press, 2016).

Insurgent, Poet, Mystic, Sectarian: The Four Masks of an Eastern Postmodernism (SUNY, 2015). ​ ​

The Radical Unspoken: Silence in Middle Eastern and Western Thought, Routledge, 2013.

Inflictions: The Writing of Violence in the Middle East, Continuum, 2012.

The Chaotic Imagination: New Literature and Philosophy of the Middle East, Palgrave, 2010.

Mary O’Donoghue

Before the House Burns. Dublin: The Lilliput Press, 2010. Novel.

Among These Winters, The Dedalus Press, 2007.

Tulle, Salmon Poetry, 2002.

Mary Pinard

Portal.  Cliffs of Moher, County Clare, Ireland:  Salmon Poetry, 2014.  

Brian Seitz

Intersubjectivity and the Double: Troubled Matters, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

The Iroquois and the Athenians: A Political Ontology, coauthored with Thomas Thorp (St. Xavier University, Chicago), Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield, 2013.
Living with Class: Philosophical Reflections on Identity and Material Culture, coedited with Ron Scapp (College of Mount Saint Vincent), Palgrave Macmillan, 2013.
With Ron Scapp, eds. Fashion Statements On Style, Appearance, and Reality. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.

With Ron Scapp, editors, Etiquette - Reflections on Contemporary Comportment, State University of New York Press, 2007.

Rosa Slegers

Courageous Vulnerability, Studies in Contemporary Phenomenology. Leiden: Brill, 2010.

Elizabeth Swanson (Goldberg)

Teaching Human Rights in Literal and Cultural Studies, Modern Language Association Press, 2015

Beyond Terror - Gender, Narrative, Human Rights, Rutgers University Press, 2007.

Janice Yellin

Ancient Nubia: African Kingdoms on the Nile, Marjorie M. Fisher, Peter Lacovara, et al., eds., American University in Cairo Press, Cairo, 2012.

Recent Publications

Stephen Bauer

“Seasons of Violence, Seasons of Grace.” North Dakota QuarterlyMay, 2014.​  Nominated for a 2015 Pushcart Prize.

“Sunset House.”  Slush Pile Magazine.  Volume 16. Spring, 2014.

Jon Dietrick

"'The Current Gold Coin of the New Jerusalem': Perception, Symbolization, and Money in Hawthorne's The Scarlett Letter." The Journal of Cultural Economy 4:1 (Sept. 16, 2016).

"Scrape." Pure Slush 12:1 (August 2016).

"'An Idiom That is a Kind of Vision of the World': David Rabe's Plays of the 1970s." American Playwriting of the 1970s. ​Ed. Michael Vanden Heuvel.  Decades of American Playwriting series.  Ed. Julia Listengarden and Brenda Murphy. New York: Bloomsbury, 2017.​

“Literary and Real-Life Salesmen and the Performance of Class,” in Living with Class: Philosophical Reflections on Identity and Material Culture, Ed. Ron Scapp and Brian Seitz, Palgrave MacMillan, 2013.

"’A Full Refund Aint Enough’: Money in Suzan-Lori Parks’s Red Letter Plays." Ed. Philip Kolin. Essays on Suzan-Lori Parks. New York: McFarlane, 2010.

“’The Jungle is Dark and Full of Diamonds’: Natural Value and the Logic of Naturalism in Death of a Salesman,” in Critical Insights: Death of a Salesman, Ed. Brenda Murphy, Salem Press, 2010.

Kellie Donovan-Condron

​“Twisted Sisters: The Monstrous Women of Southern Gothic” in The Palgrave Handbook of Southern Gothic. Eds. Susan Castillo Street and Charles L. Crow. London: Palgrave Macmillan. 2016. 339-350. Print 

Review of Silyn Roberts, Siân. Gothic Subjects: the Transformation of Individualism in American Fiction in Victoriographies 6:2 (July 2016), 181-2. Print.

Rev. of Literary Advertising and the Shaping of British Romanticism in Romantic Circles. December 2015. Web.

and Marta Rivera Monclova, "'We erred, we lost, we lived to tell': The Hip-Hop Gothic of Black Artemis's Explicit Content,"  Studies in American Fiction 41.1 (2014): 131-46. Print.

“Urban Gothic in Charlotte Dacre’s Zofloya,” European Romantic Review 24.6 (2013): 683-697. Web.

Fritz Fleischmann

"What is Entrepreneurial Thinking? Ten Theses and Provocations." In Handbuch Entrepreneurship,  ed. Günter Faltin.  Heidelberg: Springer Verlag.  Online edition published in 2016. 

"John Neal."  In Mark Spencer (Ed.) The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of the American Enlightenment.  Vol. 2. 755-757.  New York, NY: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015.

"Margaret Fuller's Socialism." Nineteenth Century Prose 42.2 (Fall 2015): 181-210.

“Reading Margaret Fuller.” Resources in American Literary Study.  37 (2014):273-85.

Brown, Charles Brockden. Collected Writings of Charles Brockden Brown. Vol. 1: Letters and Early Epistolary Writings. Ed. Philip Barnard, Elizabeth Hewitt, and Mark Kamrath. John Holmes and Fritz Fleischmann, Contributing Editors. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell UP, 2013.

Faltin, Günter. Brains versus Capital: Entrepreneurship for Everyone. Trans. Lois Feuerle. Edited, with an Introduction, by Fritz Fleischmann. Berlin: Stiftung Entrepreneurship, 2013.

"’A Right Manly Man’ in 1843: John Neal on Women’s Rights, Masculinity, and the Problem of Male Feminism."  In John Neal and Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture, ed. Edward Watts and David Carlson. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell UP, 2012. 247-270.

"John Neal." Encyclopedia of the American Enlightenment, ed. Mark Spencer. New York and London: Continuum, 2012

Sandra Graham

"Composing in Black and White: Code-Switching in the Songs of Sam Lucas," in Patricia Hall (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Music Censorship (Oxford University Press, 2016 online).

A book review of The Beautiful Music All Around UsField Recordings and the American Experience, by Stephen Wade.  University of Illinois Press, 2012.  Journal of the Society for American Music 10/2 (2016): 215-19.

“Songs of Sam Lucas.” Twelve newly recorded songs, background essay, liner notes. With vocalist Chad Runyon. Center for Popular Music, Murfreesboro, TN, 2013. <http://popmusic.mtsu.edu/lucas/lucas.html>

"The Fisk Jubilee Singers." In J. R. Watson and Emma Hornby, Canterbury Dictionary of Hymnology (online only), 2013.

Grove Dictionary of American Music, 2nd ed. (Oxford University Press, 2013, in print and online), 16 articles including "Abolition, Music and"; “Musical Theater, §1860–1900”; "Fisk Jubilee Singers"; "Johnson, J. Rosamond"

“Reframing Negro Spirituals in the Late Nineteenth Century,” in John Koegel (ed.), Music, American Made: Essays in Honor of John Graziano, Detroit Monographs in Musicology / Studies in Music (Sterling Heights, MI: Harmonie Park Press, 2011), ch. 27

“Performance as Research (PAR) in North American Ethnomusicology,” in Shannon Rose Riley and Lynette Hunter (eds.), Mapping Landscapes for Performance as Research: Scholarly Acts and Creative Cartographies (Palgrave Macmillan, 2009), 99–106

“On the Road to Freedom: The Contracts of the Fisk Jubilee Singers,” American Music 24/1 (2006): 1–29

Kathleen Kelly

“The French Revolution and Stendhal’s The Red and the Black: Linking the Personal and Political Using ‘Reacting to the Past,’” The International Journal of Humanities Education, 13.3 (2015), 53-58. 

“Developing Sensitivity to Structural Injustice in a Foundation Humanities Course.” Proceedings, 2015 International Business and Education Conferences, June 7-11, London, UK, 105—1-5. ​

“Militarism and Pacifism in Shakespeare’s Antony and Cleopatra.” The International Journal of Literary Humanities 11.3(May 2014): 19-25. ​

“Individualism or Narcissism? Using Charles Taylor’s Concept of Authenticity to Frame a First-Year Humanities Seminar.” The International Journal of Learning in Higher Education, 19.2 (2013): 63-70.

“Strindberg’s Miss Julie and the Democratization of Personal Life.” Explorations in World Literature, from Ancient to Contemporary. Eds. George Poulos & Stavroula Varella.  Athens: Athens Institute for Education and Research, 2013, 73-80.

"Humors, Neuroses, and Falling in Love in Julian Barnes’s Talking It Over and Love, etc.," The International Journal of the Humanities 9.9 (2012): 178-192.

and Phyllis Moriarty. "Georg Simmel’s ’The Metropolis and Mental Life’: An Anchor for the First-Year Core." Who Are We: Old, New, and Timeless Answers from Core Texts. Eds. Robert D. Anderson, Molly Brigid Flynn, J. Scott Lee. Lanham, MD: UP of America, 2011. 35-40.

"A Yearlong General Education Course Using ‘Reacting to the Past’ Pedagogy to Explore Democratic Practice." The International Journal of Learning 16.11 (2009): 147-56.

Julie Levinson

"City as Text: A Teaching Resource Document." Babson College, Harvard University and the Case Centre.  Spring 2016

​"Global Film Across the Curriculum: Narrative Imagination and Pedagogical Innovation", co-authored with Virginia Rademacher.  ”Evolving Entrepreneurial Education: Innovation in the Babson Classroom, Eds. Victoria L. Crittenden, Kathy Esper, Nathanial Karst, and Rosa Slegers, Emerald Group Publishing, 2015. 

​“The Auteur Renaissance, 1968 – 1980” in Behind the Silver Screen, Volume 4: Acting Series ed. Jon Lewis; volume eds. Claudia Springer and Julie Levinson. Rutgers, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2015.

“Time and Time Again: Temporality, Narrativity and Spectatorship in Christian Marclay’s The Clock.” Cinema Journal, vol. 54: 3, Spring 2015. ​​​​​​

"Teaching Research Methodologies to the Professionally-Oriented Honors Student," co-authored with Richard Mandel. Honors in Practice, vol. 8, Spring 2013.

Michael​ Gerhard Martin

 "Legacy: 01001100 01100101 01100111 01100001 01100011 01111001." Legacy: 01001100 01100101 01100111 01100001 01100011 01111001. Big Truths/Little Fictions, n.d. Web. 03 Apr. 2016. Click here

​"ROL Ep. 15 - "Even the Dust". ​ SoundCloud. Reading Out Loud, 10 Aug. 2015. Web. 03 Apr. 2016.​ Click here​.

“Equity.” Rust Belt Chic/Belt Publishing Pittsburgh Anthology,  2015. ​​

“Jesus In The Bin.” Shortlisted for the Disquiet International Literary Program Short Play Contest. April 2, 2015. 

“Alone, Together in Space with Michael Gerhard Martin,” (craft essay), Bayou Magazine blog, February 3, 2015.  Click here to read.

"Made Just for Ewe!" Finalist for the Nelligan Prize for Short Fiction through Colorado State University (2012). Also in the museum of americana: a literary review Issue #7, January 29, 2015. Click here to read.

“Men Writing Women,” (craft essay), Pank Magazine blog, January 14, 2015.

“Expert Advice: Insights from Awesome Summer Writing Programs.” Imagine Magazine 22:4 (2015): 27. ​

“Search Me,” Winner, Theater of Words & Music/Salem Literary Festival micro-fiction contest, November 2014. ​​​

“The Media’s Obsession With Robin Williams’ Death Made My Own Depression Worse,” (essay), Salon.com, August 22, 2014.

“Seventy-Two Pound Fish Story” (short fiction), The Ocean State Review, Summer 2014 ​

"Shit Weasel is Late for Class." Bayou Magazine #61. May 2014.  Print.
“The Monster at the End of The Book: A Review of Barbara Gowdy’s Helpless” (review), Junctures: The Journal for Thematic Dialogue, January 2009 (New Zealand; www.junctures.org)

Jason Mohaghegh

​“Omnicide: Writings of the Lost Cause,” Hyperion Journal (May 2015).​

Phyllis Moriarty

"Laurent de Premierfait, trans. De la ruine des nobles hommes et femmes: Colard Mansion (printer)." Beyond Words: Illuminated Manuscripts in Boston Collections, Eds. Jeffrey F. Hamburger, William P. Stoneman, Anne-Marie Eze, Lisa Fagin Davis and Nancy Netzer: University of Chicago Press, 2016. 90-91.

and Kathleen Kelly. "Georg Simmel’s ’The Metropolis and Mental Life’: An Anchor for the First-Year Core." Who Are We: Old, New, and Timeless Answers from Core Texts. Eds. Robert D. Anderson, Molly Brigid Flynn, J. Scott Lee. Lanham, MD: UP of America, 2011. 35-40.

Mary O’Donoghue

​"My Daughter in Winter Costume." The Deep Heart's Core: Irish Poets Revisit a Touchstone Poem. Eds. Eugene O'Connel and Patrick Boran. Dublin: Dedalus Press, 2017.

“An Gealt/ The Madwoman.” “Tost/ Silence.” “Claustrophobia/ Claustrophobia.” “Fiabras/ Fever.” “Reo/ Ice.”  Poems of Seán Ó Ríordáin. Accompanied by Translator's Note. Leabhar na hAthghabhála/ Poems of Repossession 1900-2000. Anthology of Twentieth-Century Irish Language Poetry. Ed. Louis de Paor. Hexham, Northumberland: Bloodaxe Books, 2016. 

“Tréigean/ Abandonment.” “Macha/ Macha.” "Ba chlos dom cór"/ I heard a choir." " Nóibhíseach/ Novice." “An Croí/ The Heart.” “Madonna/ Madonna.” “Gorta/ Famine.” "An fear marbh/ The dead man." Poems of Colm Breathnach. Accompanied by Translator's Note. Leabhar na hAthghabhála/ Poems of Repossession 1900-2000. Ed. Louis de Paor. Hexham, Northumberland: Bloodaxe Books, 2016.

​"Kiddio at the Wedding." Granta 135 (Spring 2016): 212-225.​

 ​​​"Mlle Dias de Corta/ Mavis Gallant." Granta online (January 2016).​​

“The Eighties.” Even the Daybreak: 35 Years of Salmon Poetry. Ed. Jessie Lendennie. Cliffs of Moher, Ireland: Salmon Poetry, 2016. Originally published in spoKe: a Poetry Annual (2015). 

​"Honest, or Nine Precious Insights." Short Fiction 9 (Fall 2015): 30-33. Originally broadcast in audio format, 2013. First print publication.

"At the Super 7." Dublin Review 60 (Fall 2015). 34-44. Short story. 

"Signs Your Heart is Quietly Failing. Short Fiction 9 (Fall 2015). Short story. 

"Hell Kettle." Guernica: a Magazine of Art and Politics. September 2015. Short story. 

"Samoan Parakeet." Banshee 1.1 (Fall 2015). 39-41 Short story.

"Closeout." Visual Verse 2:5 (March 2015). 

“Jules Verne Seeks Dreamers for Long-Distance Travel in Time.” Sunday Times UK.  March 2015. Short story.

“The Rakes of Mallow.” Kenyon Review/ KROnline. Winter 2014-15.​
“An Bás/ Death.” “Banfhile/ She-Poet.” “An Cat/ The Cat.” “Súile Donna/ Brown Eyes.” “Piscín/ Kitten.” Selected Poems of Seán O Ríordáin. Ed. Frank Sewell. Cló Iar-Chonnact/ Yale University Press, 2014. Translated poems.

"The Sweet Forbearance in the Streets." The Irish Times 28 Sept 2013. Winner of the Legends of the Fall short fiction contest. Short story.

"Ghost Estate." Literary Imagination 15.1 (March 2013): 213-216. Nominated for a 2014 Pushcart Prize. Short Story.

"Honest, or Nine Precious Insights." The Drum. Audio journal. January 2013. Short Story.

"The Eighties." "My Daughter in Winter Costume." "Catalepsy. Provoked by the Sound of a Tuning Fork." "Dauernarkose." "Leading the Apes in Hell." Selected collected and uncollected poems, accompanied by essay by Kate Dempsey. Featured Poet. Poetry International. August 2012.

"Sand." Salamander 17.2 Special All-Fiction Issue. Summer 2012: 18-30. Nominated for a 2013 Pushcart Prize. Short Story.

"Lethargy. Resulting from the Sudden Extinction of Light." Eds. Ars Medica journal. Body and Soul: Narratives of Healing from Ars Medica. Toronto, Canada: University of Toronto Press, 2011.

"My Daughter in Winter Costume." Shine On. Ed. Pat Boran. Dublin: Dedalus Press, 2011.

"Leading the Apes in Hell." The Bee-Loud Glade: a Living Anthology of Irish Poetry. Ed. Pat Boran. Dublin: Dedalus Press, 2011.

"On Tickling." "Harmony in Blue." Irelandesas: 14 Poetas

Contemporáneas. Selección, traducción y prologo: Leonor Silvestri. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Bajo La Luna, 2011. O’Donoghue poems in Spanish translation.

"Osh Kosh B’Gosh." Fashion Statements: On Style, Appearance and Reality. Eds. Ron Scapp and Brian Seitz. Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. (Poem.)

agus rud eile de./ and another thing. Louis de Paor. Translations by Kevin Anderson, Biddy Jenkinson, and Mary O’Donoghue, with the author. Indreabhan. Conamara: Cló-IarChonnachta, 2010. Translations.

"A.P." Literary Imagination 12.1 (March 2010): 111-118. Short story.

Mary Pinard

"How the Hogs Got There." salt front: studies in human habit(at) Issue 5 (2017):63-64. 

"Turning Light." Splash: Plein Air Poetry. Ed. Susan Edwards Richmond. Harvard, MA: Old Frog Pond Farm & Studio, 2016. 29.

"Poet." Even The Daybreak: 35 Years of Salmon Poetry. Ed. Jessie Lendennie. Cliffs of Moher, County Clare. Ireland: Salmon Press, 2016. 388-389.

"Widow with Extra Doors." Nimrod International Journal, 38th Literary Awards 38 Issue 60.1 (2016):87

"Cardinal ," "Flamingo," "Meadowlark," "Vulture," and "Sandhill Cranes." Western Humanities Review 70.1 (2016): 60-64.

"Bluffline, Loess Hills, Iowa." Down to the Dark River: Contemporary Poems about the Mississippi River.  Eds. Philip Kolin and Jack Bedell. Hammond, LA: Louisiana Literature Press, 2016. 142-143.

“Seasons on a (Prairie) Frontier:  Notes on Process and Form in the Making of a Long Poem.” (In)scribing Gender: International Female Writers and the Creative Process, Ed. Jen Westmoreland Bouchard.  Clarksville, TN:  Diversion Press (2016). 

“Vulture,” Poem of the Month, Old Frog Pond Farm & Studio, Harvard, MA:  July 2015.  Click here​.

​“Underground Fence,” Poem of the Moment, Mass Poetry, Boston, MA:  July 2015.  Click here​.

“Bluffline, Loess Hills, Iowa.” Down to the Dark River:  Poems on the Mighty Mississippi.  Ed. Philip Kolin and Jack Bedell. Louisiana Literature Press, 2015.  

“Direct Address.” Dead in Good Company: A Celebration of Mount Auburn Cemetery. eds. John Garp and Kim Nagy. 2015. 

The Ocean State Review 3.1 (2013):  200-202.  (poem)

“Gone in Search,” Salamander 18.2 (Summer 2013): 111.  (poem)

“Seasons on a (Prairie) Frontier: Notes on Process & Form in the Making of a Long Poem,” (essay) (In) Scribing Gender: International Female Writers and the Creative Process. Ed. Jen Westmoreland Bouchard, Diversion Press, 2011.

“Hep,” (essay) Stepping on My Brother’s Head and Other Secrets Your English Professor Never Told You. Eds. Charles Schuster and Sondra Perl. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann-Boynton/Cook (2010).

"Song Net for an Estuary," The Iowa Review. 40:3 (2010): 13-27. (Poem.)

“Antietam Primer,” (poem) Boston Review, Spring 2009.

“Crossties,” (poem) The Southern Review, Winter 2009.

“Minnesota Burial: Plainsong,” “Philanthropist,” and “To Rivers,” (poems) ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and the Environment, Winter 2009.

The Weight of the Dislodged” and “Theory of Disappearance,” Prairie Schooner (poems) Spring 2009.

“Voice(s) of the Poet-Gardener: Alice Oswald and Poetry of Acoustic Encounter,” (essay)Interdisciplinary Literary Studies: A Journal of Criticism and Theory—Special Issue on Ecopoetics. Ed. Ian Marshall. Penn State, Altoona, Summer 2009.

Virginia Rademacher

"Trump and the Resurgence of American Noir." Persona Studies (2,2), Special Issue on Political Persona, November 2016.

"De la crisis económica a la iniciativa emprendedora: el autoempleo entre las mujeres jóvenes de España" (From Economic Crisis to Entrepreneurship? Self-Employment among Spain's Young Women." Co-authored with Gayle Allard and Vanina Farber.  Economistas ed. Jaime Raqueiro. No. 149 (Oct. 2016): 152-166.

and Julie Levinson, “Global Film Across the Curriculum: Narrative Imagination and Pedagogical Innovation, ”Evolving Entrepreneurial Education: Innovation in the Babson Classroom, Eds. Victoria L. Crittenden, Kathy Esper, Nathanial Karst, and Rosa Slegers, Emerald Group Publishing, 2015. 191-216.

“Sex and the City: Detective Petra Delicado and Questions I Couldn’t Help But Wonder.” Monographic Review/Revista Monográfica, Vol XXVIII (2012) (published summer 2013): 175-191.

“Playing for Real: Simulated Games of Identity in Spain’s Gen X Narrative.” Gen X Goes Global: Mapping a Youth Culture in Motion. New York/London: Routledge, 2013.193- 221.

"The Art of Seduction: Truth or Fanfiction in the Worlds of Lucia Etxebarria’s Online ’Friends’ and the Blogosphere." Hispanic Issues/Hispanic Issues On-Line Vol 9: Hybrid Storyspaces: Redefining the Critical Enterprise in 21st Century Literature, Spring 2012.

"Postmodern Quest and the Role of Distance in Antonio Muñoz Molina’s El Invierno En Lisboa." Contemporary Literary Criticism. Gale/ Cengage, 2010

"Transatlantic Crossings: Post-Dictatorship Transitions and Cultural Transformations in Spain, Argentina, Chile." Proc. of International Conference on Development & Assessment of Intercultural Conference, University of Arizona. 2010.

"Queer Transitions in Contemporary Spanish Culture: From Franco to La Movida." Journal of Spanish Cultural Studies 10.3 (2009): 375-377.  Rev. of Fuentes: Lectura Y Redacción. 2009.

Brian Seitz

“Freud’s Dream of the Double,” Continental Philosophy Review, Vol. 27, No 2, June 2014.​​

“Blurring Boundaries: Freedom, Enclosure, and Death,” in Old World and New World Perspectives on Environmental Philosophy, ed. Martin Drenthen and Josef Keulartz (Springer), 2014: 199-207. ​

“The Other Subject of Husserl,” Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy, Vol. 18, No. 2, Spring, 2014.

"Foucault and the Subject of Stoic Existence," Human Studies, November 2012.

"Precisely Not Me: The Double in Dostoevsky," The Dostoevsky Journal: An Independent Review, Vols. 12-13, 2011-2012.

"Hunting for Meaning: A Glimpse of the Game," Hunting - Philosophy for Everyone: In Search of the Wild Life, ed. Nathan Kowalski (Wiley-Blackwell), 2010.

"Intersubjectivity and Death: Heidegger and the Iroquois." Comparative and Continental Philosophy, Spring, 2010.

Rosa Slegers

Translation in Portuguese, “Felt Knowledge and Courageous Vulnerability,” International Association for Philosophy and Literature, “Between Three: Arts, Media, Politics” (June 2006, Freiburg, Germany). The translation​ published in Climacom Scientific Culture: research, journalism and art in the dossier entitled “Vulnerability", 2016.​​

“James and Bergson: Fighting the Beast Intellectualism with Metaphors,” Understanding James, Understanding Modernism (Bloomsbury: 2015). 

“I Am Not a Statistic (Even If Everyone Else Is): A Cross-disciplinary Activity,” co-author: Nathan Karst (Math & Science division). Evolving Entrepreneurial Education: Innovation in the Babson Classroom, Emerald 2015.​

“A Critique of Business School Narratives and Protagonists - With Help from Henri Bergson and Friedrich Nietzsche,” Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations special issue: The Contribution of Fiction to Organizational Ethics (Emerald: 2014)​.

“Revaluating Vanity: Adam Smith as Moral Exemplar for Business Education,” Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations (Emerald: 2013).
“A Pragmatist Approach to Emotional Intelligence and Managerial Regret,” American Pragmatism in Organization and Management. Routledge Advances in Management and Business Studies (Routledge: 2013).
“A Virtue-Based Approach to Business Ethics: Insights from Aristotle and Sociobiology,” Leadership and Management (Athens: 2013).
"Unsettling Banality: The Unheimlichkeit of Evil," Perspectives on Evil (Inter-Disciplinary Press: 2013).

 “Forebodings: From Uncanny to Evil,” Janus Head, Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature, Continental Philosophy, Phenomenological Psychology, and the Arts (Trivium Publications, 2013).

Elizabeth Swanson (Goldberg)

​“Gendering Human Rights and Their Violation: A Reading of Chris Cleave’s Little Bee.” In The Routledge Companion to Literature and Human Rights.  Ed. Sophia A. McLennen and Alexandra Schultheis Moore.  New York: Routledge, 2015. 60-68.​

Victims, Perpetrators, and the Limits of Human Rights Discourse in Post-Palermo Fiction about Sex Trafficking.” With Alexandra Schultheis Moore.  The International Journal of Human Rights. 16:1 (2015). 16-31.​

Teaching Human Rights in Literary and Cultural Studies.  Ed. Alexandra Schultheis Moore​ and Elizabeth Swanson Goldberg. Modern Language Association Options for Teaching Series, 2015. “Introduction: Charting New Courses: Teaching Human Rights in Literary and Cultural Studies,” 1-10. 

“Beyond the Post/Colonial and the West.”  With Alexandra Schultheis Moore.  In Teaching Human Rights and Literature and Cultural Studies.  Ed. Alexandra Schultheis Moore and Elizabeth Swanson Goldberg.  New York: Modern Language Association Press, 2015. 53-67. ​​

“Victims, Perpetrators, and the Limits of Human Rights Discourse in Post-Palermo Fiction about Sex Trafficking.” With Alexandra Schultheis Moore.  The International Journal of Human Rights. 16:1 (2015). 16-31. 

“‘Let Us Begin with a Smaller Gesture’: An Ethos of Human Rights and the  Possibilities of Form in Chris Abani’s Song for Night and Becoming Abigail.”  With Alexandra Schultheis Moore.  Ariel: A Review of International English Literature. 45:4 (2014). 59-87.  ​

"Human Rights." In Critical Terms for Gender Studies. Ed. Catharine R. Stimpson and Gilbert Herdt. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.  2014. 139-155.

Human Rights and Cultural Forms. Ed. Greg Mullins, Elizabeth Swanson Goldberg, Alexandra Schultheis Moore. Special Issue, College Literature. Summer 2013. "Introduction: On Texts and Performances," 9-14.

"Meditations on a Fractured Terrain: Human Rights and Literature." College Literature: A Journal of Critical Literary Studies. Special Issue: Human Rights and Cultural Forms. Ed. Elizabeth Swanson Goldberg, Alexandra Schultheis Moore, and Greg Mullins. 40.3 (Summer 2013) 15-37.

"’Accorded a Place in the Design:’ Torture in Post-Apartheid Cinema." Screening Torture. Ed. Michael Flynn and Fernández Salek. New York: Columbia University Press, 2012. 167-190.

"Review: African Diasporas: Ancestors, Migrations, and Boundaries." Journal of the African Literature Association. Fall, 2012.

New Frontiers, cross-currents and convergences: emerging cultural paradigms
(with Madhu Dubey). The Cambridge History of African American Literature, 2011: 566-617.

with Alexandra Schultheis Moore, Eds. Theoretical Perspectives on Human Rights and Literature. "Introduction: Human Rights and Literature: The Development of an Interdiscipline." 3-19. "Epilogue." 261-264. New York: Routledge, 2011.

"Plotting, Finally, the Human: Unsettling the Manichean Allegory in Caryl Phillips’ Cambridge and A Distant Shore." South Atlantic Review. Special Issue: Caryl Phillips. Ed. Hunt Hawkins. 2011.

"Intimations of What Was to Come: Edwidge Danticat’s The Farming of Bones and the Indivisibility of Human Rights." Theoretical Perspectives on Human Rights and Literature. Ed. With Alexandra Schultheis. New York: Routledge, 2011. 103-119

and Alexandra Schultheis Moore. "Old Questions in New Boxes: Mia Kirschner’s I Live Here and the Problem of Transnational Witnessing." Special Issue: Gender and Humanitarian Narrative." Ed. Samuel Martinez. Humanity. Spring 2011. 233-253.

and Madhu Dubey. "Cross-Currents and Convergencies: Emerging Paradigms." The Cambridge History of African American Literature. Ed. Maryemma Graham and Jerry Ward. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 566-620.

Beth Wynstra

​Guest Editor, Eugene O'Neill Review 37 (2016).

"Eugene O'Neill: In and Out of the Classroom." Eugene O'Neill Review 37 (2016).

“Arts and the Entrepreneur: The Sorenson Center for the Arts” in Evolving Entrepreneurial Education: Innovation in the Babson Classroom. Eds., Victoria L. Crittenden, Kathy Esper, Nathaniel Karst, and Rosa Slegers.  Bradford, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing (2015). 

“The Second Girl.” Eugene O’Neill Review 36. performance review (2015). ​

"'It Sounds Wonderful, Doesn't It?': Promises of Marriage in the Plays of Eugene O'Neill."  Eugene O'Neill Review 35 (2014).

"Critical Lens: A Rhetorical Approach to O’Neill’s Early Wife Characters." Critical Insights: Eugene O’Neill. Steven Bloom, ed. Ipswich, MA: EBSCO Publishing Incorporated (2012).

"Long Day’s Journey into Night." Eugene O’Neill Review 34, performance review (2012)

"A Moon for the Misbegotten." Eugene O’Neill Review 32, performance review, 2010: 218-222.

Janice Yellin

​“The Family of Arkamani I in the Southern Cemetery at Meroe”, Beiträge für Sudanforschung 9, Vienna. (2015). ​​ ​​​​​​​​601-606.​​

“Meroitic royal chronology: the conflict with Rome and its aftermath” Journal of the Sudan Archaeological Research Society 19, London, 2-15​. (2015)

“The Kushite Nature of Early Meroitic Mortuary Religion: A Pragmatic Approach to Osirian Beliefs”, in Ein Forscherleben zwischen den Welten. Zum 80. Geburtstag von Steffen Wenig, Berlin, 2014, 395-405 2-B ​

“The Chronology and Attribution of Royal Pyramids at Meroe and Gebel Barkal: BEG N 8, BEG N 12, BAR 5 and BAR 2”, Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections V, March 2014. 

“La transition entre le Napatéen tardif et l’Epoque méroïtique, d’après les recherchessur la nécropole royale sud de Méroé”, Bulletin de la Société Française d’Égyptologie, no. 174, Paris 2009, 8-28.

Forthcoming Publications

Kellie Donovan-Condron

Review of Carl H. Sederholm and Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock, eds. The Age of Lovecraft in Gothic Studies. (forthcoming 2017).

Fritz Fleischmann

“Charles Brockden Brown and Women’s Rights.”  Oxford Handbook on Charles Brockden Brown, ed. Philip Barnard and Stephen Shapiro. Oxford University Press.

"What is Entrepreneurial Thinking? Ten Theses and Provocations." In Handbuch Entrepreneurship, ed. Günter Faltin.  Heidelberg: Springer Verlag. Online edition published in 2016. Print edition forthcoming.

Sandra Graham

"Composing in Black and White: Code-Switching in the Songs of Sam Lucas," in Patricia Hall (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Music Censorship (Oxford University Press, 2016 online); print edition due 2017.

Spirituals and the Birth of a Black Entertainment Industry (Champaign: University of Illinois Press, March 2018).

Michael Gerhard Martin

"Smokes." Big Muddy: A Journal of the Mississippi River Valley.  Forthcoming. Print.

Brian Seitz

"Fences and Field Philosophy," in Thinking at the Edge, ed. Brian Schroeder, (Northwestern University Press), forthcoming.

“Hunting Time: Philosophy Afield,” in Hunting and Academic Identity, ed. Doug Higbee and David Bruzina, (University of South Carolina Press), forthcoming.

“One Foot in Front of the Other: A Physicality Manifesto,” co-written with Jens Veneman, in Outsider Imperatives: Manifestos for the Future of World Thought, ed. Jason Mohaghegh and Lucian Stone (Rowman & Littlefield), forthcoming.

Elizabeth Swanson (Goldberg)

Using Slavery to Make Slavery History: The Past and the Challenge of Human Bondage in the New Millennium.  Ed. James Brewer Stewart and Elizabeth Swanson.  Cambridge UP, forthcoming 2018. ​

Beth Wynstra

"From Page to Stage: Dramaturging the Female Voices of the Provincetown Players." Teaching Modernist Women's Writing in English. Ed. Janine Utell. New York: The Modern Language Association of America (2018). Accepted for publication.