Details of Arts and Humanities faculty research can be found in RESEARCH@Babson College, a publication of the Babson Faculty Research Fund.
Bad Pennies and Dead Presidents: Money in American Drama 1935-2001, Cambridge Scholars Press, 2012.
Margaret Fuller, Sommer an den Seen. First publication in German of Summer on the Lakes, in 1843. Translated by Klaudia Ruschkowski. Edited, with an introductory essay, by Fritz Fleischmann. Afterword by Klaus Bonn. Wiesbaden, Germany: Corso-Verlag, October 2019.
Spirituals and the Birth of a Black Entertainment Industry. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2018. Winner of the American Musicological Society’s Music in American Culture Award (2019), given to a book of exceptional merit that both illuminates an important aspect of the music of the U.S. and places that music in a rich cultural context; and Choice Outstanding Academic Title for 2018.
Companion website to Spirituals and the Birth of a Black Entertainment Industry. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2018.
The Bear Family. Illustrated by Becky Alberts, 100 Pines Press, 2018.
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.
Omnicide: Mania, Fatality, and the Future-In-Delirium (MIT Press, Urbanomic/Sequence Books, 2019).
Night: A Philosophy of the After-Dark. Zero Books. (2019).
and Lucian Stone (editors). Manifestos for World Thought (London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2017).
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.
Before the House Burns. Dublin: The Lilliput Press, 2010. Novel.
Among These Winters, The Dedalus Press, 2007.
Tulle, Salmon Poetry, 2002.
Portal. Cliffs of Moher, County Clare, Ireland: Salmon Poetry, 2014.
Philosophy, Travel, and Place: Being in Transit, coedited with Ron Scapp, Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.
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.
Elizabeth Swanson (Goldberg)
Human Bondage and Abolition: New Histories of Past and Present Slaveries, ed. James Brewer Stewart and Elizabeth Swanson. Cambridge: Cambridge UP. July 2018.
Witnessing Torture: Perspectives from Torture Survivors and Human Rights Workers. Ed. Alexandra Schultheis Moore and Elizabeth Swanson. New York: Palgrave. July 2018.
Teaching Human Rights in Literal and Cultural Studies, Modern Language Association Press, 2015
Theoretical Perspectives on Human Rights and Literature. Ed. Elizabeth Swanson Goldberg and Alexandra Schultheis Moore. New York: Routledge, 2011.
Beyond Terror - Gender, Narrative, Human Rights, Rutgers University Press, 2007.
Ancient Nubia: African Kingdoms on the Nile, Marjorie M. Fisher, Peter Lacovara, et al., eds., American University in Cairo Press, Cairo, 2012.
"How Slippery Things Can Be": The Trailer Motif in the Work of Annie Proulx." Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature, Vol. 39, No. 2, Fall 2020, pp. 285-301.
Deleuze, G. (Nov. 26, 1985). "Foucault, Seminar 6." (S. Bankston, Trans.). The Deleuze Seminars, deleuze.cla.purdue.edu/.
Deleuze, G. (Dec. 10, 1985). "Foucault, Seminar 7." (S. Bankston, Trans.). The Deleuze Seminars, deleuze.cla.purdue.edu/.
Deleuze, G. (Dec. 15, 1985). "Foucault, Seminar 8." (S. Bankston, Trans.). The Deleuze Seminars, deleuze.cla.purdue.edu/.
Deleuze, Gilles. The Foucault Seminars, 1985-1986. Trans. Samantha Bankston (Seminars 5-8). Purdue University, January 2019. Web.
“Seasons of Violence, Seasons of Grace.” North Dakota Quarterly. May, 2014. Nominated for a 2015 Pushcart Prize.
“Sunset House.” Slush Pile Magazine. Volume 16. Spring, 2014.
"'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: Methuen/Bloomsbury, 2017.
"'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).
“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.
“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.
“’Dear New England’: Margaret Fuller on Region, Nation, and Home.” The New England Quarterly 93.3 (September 2020): 6-16.
“Translating Fuller: The Play of Interpretation.” Feature article in Conversations: The Newsletter of the Margaret Fuller Society 3.2 (Fall 2019): 1; 5-7. Published Feb. 11, 2020.
Margaret Fuller, Sommer an den Seen. First publication in German of Summer on the Lakes, in 1843. Ed., with an Introduction, by Fritz Fleischmann. Trans. Klaudia Ruschkowski. Wiesbaden, Germany: Corso Verlag, 2019. (Edited book)
“Margaret Fuller: eine Reise, ein Leben, ein Nachleben” (“Margaret Fuller: a journey, a life, an afterlife”). Introductory essay in Sommer an den Seen (see above). 7-15.
“Charles Brockden Brown and Women’s Rights.” The Oxford Handbook on Charles Brockden Brown, ed. Philip Barnard, Hilary Emmet and Stephen Shapiro. New York: Oxford UP, 2019. 288-301.
“Kindred Spirits, Troubled Cause: The Environmental Ethics of Aldo Leopold and Hans Jonas.” The US and the World We Inhabit. Ed. Paola Loreto, Silvia Guslandi, Adele Tiengo, and Anastasia Cardone. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2019. 194-206.
and Iyer, B. R., Getchell, K. M. (2018). Humanizing Tech May Be the New Competitive Advantages. MIT Sloan Management
“Explorations in Fiction: Neal’s Novels, 1817-1828.” Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism. Ed. Catherine C. DiMercurio . Vol. 356. Prod. Layman Poupard. Detroit: Gale, Cengage, 2018. 204-41.
“What is Entrepreneurial Thinking? Ten Theses and Provocations.” Handbuch Entrepreneurship, ed. Günter Faltin. Heidelberg: Springer, 2018. 39-53.
“Powered by Magic: The Romance of Essex Farm” (with Katrin Fischer). Harvard Business Publishing, 2018.
"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
“#BostonStrong/BostonStrong?: A Personal Essay on Digital Community Engagement .” Reflections: A Journal of Community- Engaged Writing and Rhetoric, vol. 19, no. 2, 2020, pp. 195–207.
Click here to read essay.
Writer and executive producer, TV documentary on the Life of Sam Lucas; produced in collaboration with American Music Educational Project and KRCB Northern California Public Media, aired 10 Feb. 2020. Click here to view.
Cohen, Aaron. Move on up: Chicago soul music and black cultural power. Reviewed for Choice, vol. 57, no. 8 (April) 2020.
Eidsheim, Nina Sun. The Race of Sound: Listening, Timbre and Vocality. Reviewed for Association for Recorded Sound Collections, vol. 51, no.1 (2020).
Tara Yarlagadda, “The Legacy of African American Spirituals in Today’s Gospel and Blues Music,” HowStuffWorks, 16 April 2020. Click here for interview.
Podcast interview: Spirituals and the Birth of a Black Entertainment Industry, with Kristen Turner, New Books Network, 12 June 2018
How African American Spirituals Moved from Cotton Fields to Concert Halls.” Zócalo Public Square, 29 October 2018. Read article here.
"Composing in Black and White: Code-Switching in the Songs of Sam Lucas." In Patricia Hall (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Music Censorship, 559-592. New York: Oxford University Press. 2017.
“Songs of Sam Lucas.” Twelve newly recorded songs, background essay, liner notes. With vocalist Chad Runyon. Center for Popular Music, Murfreesboro, TN, 2013. Web.
"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," among other articles.
Jeanette Winthrop, Love Me Like That. Edited by Melissa Leonard, One Hundred Pines Press, 2019.
“Lost Soles.” Punctuate Literary Journal, March 2020.
"Downsizing Is About Saving Yourself”: The Paradoxical Nature of Work and Career Success in Downsizing.” Co-authored with Jen Tosti-Kharas. Sage Business Cases, January 2020.
“ ‘I can’t sleep. I’m losing my hair. I’m fat and repulsive:’ Crises of Masculinity and Artistry in Spike Jonze’s Adaptation” in Refocus: The Films of Spike Jonze. Wyatt Moss-Wellington and Kim Wilkins, eds. Edinburgh University Press, 2019.
"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.
Rory Lee, and Matthew Davis. "Ways of Knowing and Doing in Digital Rhetoric:Pedagogy.” Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 24(2), 2020. Click here for interview.
The Night-Traveler: Theories of Nocturnal Time, Space, and Movement” in Philosophy, Travel, and Place: Being-In-Transit eds. Ron Scapp and Brian Seitz. Palgrave Macmillan. Books and Edited Journal. 2019.
Editor, Special Issue (Soundproof Room), "Inexistent Night" (article), "Introduction". Journal of Comparative and Continental Philosophy. (2019).
“Omnicide: Writings of the Lost Cause,” Hyperion Journal (May 2015).
"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.
“The Discreet Friendship of Mary McCarthy and Monique Wittig.” Women’s Studies, special issue on Mary McCarthy edited by Sabrina Fuchs Abrams, Vol. 49, June 2020.
Book Review. “The Library of America’s Complete Fiction of Mary McCarthy.” Women’s Studies, special issue on Mary McCarthy edited by Sabrina Fuchs Abrams, Vol. 49, June 2020.
“The Literary Correspondence of Mary McCarthy and Nathalie Sarraute.” The French Review, Vol. 94.1, October 2020.
“In the Inn District.” Stinging Fly (Winter 2020). Print.
“The News from Australia.” Banshee (Fall 2020). Print.
"During the Russian Blizzard." Stinging Fly Stories: 1998-2018. Forty short stories from twenty years of journal Stinging Fly. Eds. Sarah Gilmartin and Declan Meade. Dublin: Stinging Fly Press, 2018.
"My Daughter in Winter Costume." The Deep Heart’s Core: Irish Poets Revisit a Touchstone Poem. Ed. Pat Boran. Dublin: Dedalus Press, 2017.
"Notes on Craft." Granta. Fall 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.
“Fallen Tree,” Refuge. Ed. Susan Edwards Richmond. Pen & Anvil Press, September 2020. http://penandanvil.com/hw/chapbooks/refuge/mary-pinard/
“Even After All,” and “Widow Sugaring for Moths, ”Salamander, Fall/Winter 2019.
“Somehow Forgotten,” Southern Poetry Review, Fall 2019.
“Note to a Hingeless Coral Pink Door Floating in the Woods,” Speaking of Sculpture: Ekphrastic Poetry & Outdoor Sculpture. Ed. Susan Edwards Richmond. Old Frog Pond Farm & Studio, September 2019.
“Staying Loss,” Tupelo Quarterly, February 2019.
“Driving to the End of the Storm,” Crab Orchard Review—Special Double Issue: Weather Reports—All About the Weather, 2018.
“Ode” and “In Praise of Parenthesis,” Art on the Trails: Finding Solace in the Woods/The Tishman Review. Eds. Cynthia Franca, Maura Snell and Catherine Weber, September 2017.
“Spool,” Memoir: Plein Air Poetry. Ed. Susan Edwards Richmond. Old Frog Pond Farm & Studio, September 2017.
“Late in the Season, Widow Gardening,” Robinson Jeffers Foundation Newsletter and Honorable Mention in Robinson Jeffers Tor House Prize for Poetry, May 2017.
“Public Bath” and “Northern Mockingbird,” Birdsong: Poems in Celebration of Birds. Editors Eric Rounds and Bart White. Foothills Publishing, Kanona, NY, Spring 2017.
“How the Hogs Got There,” saltfront: studies in human habit(at). Salt Lake City, UT, Spring 2017.
"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)
“Contrarians at the Gate: Biofiction, the Anti-Biopic, and I, Tonya.” Biofiction and Writers’ Afterlives, ed. Bethany Layne. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2020. 142-155.
Speculative Subjectivities and the Biofictional Surge” Conversations with Biographical Novelists: Truthful Fictions Across the Globe, ed. Michael Lackey. New York/London: Bloomsbury, 2019, 157-168.
“Resisting the ‘Dictatorship of the Present’ in Javier Cercas’ Biofictions.“ Conversations with Biographical Novelists: Truthful Fictions across the Globe, ed. Michael Lackey. New York/London: Bloomsbury, 2019, 49-67.
“Truth and Circumstantiality in Javier Cercas’ Biofictions. American Book Review. “In Focus: Biofiction” 39.1 (Nov-Dec 2017) March 2018, 6-27.
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.
"Tracks: A Material Phenomenology of the Road, Environmental Philosophy, Vol. 18, No. 1, Spring 2021.
“Indigenous Territorialities, Remarking an American Differend,” Ethnic Studies Review, Vol. 43, No.2, Spring 2020.
“Grids of Power: A Phenomenology of Fuel,” Environmental Philosophy, Fall, 2018.
“Hunting Time: Philosophy Afield,” in Hunting and the Ivory Tower: Essays by Scholars Who Hunt, ed. Doug Higbee and David Bruzina, (University of South Carolina Press), May, 2018.
“Thresholds in Crime and Punishment,” Journal Mundo Eslavo #16, Fall, 2017, 216-222.
“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), 2017.
“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.
“The Epistemology of Violence in The Comedie of Errors,” in Blind Spots of Knowledge in Shakespeare’s World: A Conversation, ed. Subha Mukherji (Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, 2019), 143-152.
“Baffling Comedy, Baffling Ourselves,” response to Adam Zucker (“Baffling Terms”), in Blind Spots of Knowledge in Shakespeare’s World: A Conversation, ed. Subha Mukherji (Kalamazoo: Medieva Institute Publications, 2019), 39-41.
“Towards an Epistemology of the Stage?,” response to Supriya Chaudhuri (“Seeing and Knowing in Othello”), in Blind Spots of Knowledge in Shakespeare’s World: A Conversation, ed. Subha Mukherji (Kalamazoo: Medieval Institute Publications, 2019), 92-95.
“Puzzling Embodiment: Proclamation, La Pucelle, and The first Part of Henry VI,” in The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare and Embodiment: Gender, Sexuality, and Race, ed. Valerie Traub (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016), 93-111.
“The Measure of Sexual Memory,” Shakespeare Survey 67 (2014), 310-326
Elizabeth Swanson (Goldberg)
“Indefinite Detention: Chronotopes of Unfreedom in Mohamedou Ould Slahi’s Guantanamo Diary.” With Alexandra Schultheis Moore. Ariel: A Review of International English Literature 51:3-4, October 2020.
Joanna Carey, Lauren Beitelspacher, Jennifer Tosti-Kharas and Elizabeth Swanson. "A resource-efficient modular course design for co-teaching integrated sustainability in higher education: Developing the next generation of entrepreneurial leaders." Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy 4:2, January 2021. 169-193.
“Rape, Representation, and the Endurance of Hegemonic Masculinity.” Special Issue: Cultural Representations of Wartime Rape. Violence Against Women. 25:13, September 2019. 1613- 1630.
“Perpetrators, Victims, and Beneficiaries: The Subjects of Human Rights.” Cambridge Companion to Literature and Human Rights. Ed. Crystal Parikh. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2019. 193-205.
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, 2018.
“Freedom, Commerce, Bodies, Harm: The Case Against Backpage.com.” Special Issue: Human Trafficking, Siddarth Kara, Ed. Social Inclusion 5:2, Summer 2017. 3-15.
“Signing to Living PRME: Learning from a Journey Toward Responsible Management Education.” With Danna M. Greenberg, Stephen Deets, Sinan Erzurumlu, James Hunt, Melissa Manwaring, and Vikki Rodgers. International Journal of Management Education 15:2 Part B: 2017. 208-215.
“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 andFernández Salek. New York: Columbia University Press, 2012. 167-190.
"Review: African Diasporas: Ancestors, Migrations, and Boundaries." Journal of the African Literature Association. Fall, 2012.
Theoretical Perspectives on Human Rights and Literature. Ed. Elizabeth Swanson Goldberg and Alexandra Schultheis Moore. New York: Routledge, 2011. “Introduction: Human Rights and Literature: The Development of an Interdiscipline,” 3-19. “Epilogue,” 261-264.
“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 (2020).
Long Day’s Journey Into Night. Theatre Journal 70.2, performance review (2018).
“Anna Christie.” Eugene O’Neill Review 40, performance review, (2018).
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 Prolegomena to the Study of Meroitic Art”, Oxford Handbook of Ancient Nubia, eds. G. Emberling, B. Williams, Oxford University Press, ch. 28, 2021.
“Royal and Elite Cemeteries of Meroe”, Oxford Handbook of Ancient Nubia, eds. G. Emberling, B. Williams, Oxford University Press, ch. 31, 2021.
“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.
Review of Carl H. Sederholm and Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock, eds. The Age of Lovecraft in Gothic Studies. (forthcoming)
“2017 – Movies and the Right to Be Heard,” in American Cinema of the 2010s, ed. Dennis Bingham, Rutgers University Press. Forthcoming.
" 'What did you do wrong that your family lives in a motel?' Economic dreams and moral failings in 99 Homes." Co-authored with Jen Tosti-Kharas. Management Teaching Review, forthcoming.
“Safety Advice for Staying Indoors.” The Common. Forthcoming 2021. Print.
“Diesel,” “Gone in Search,” and “So when I saw for the first time,” Moving Images: Poetry Inspired by Cinema. Boston: Before Your Quiet Eyes Publishing, Eds. Jennifer Maloney and Bart White. Forthcoming, Spring 2021.
"Fences and Field Philosophy," in Thinking at the Edge, ed. Brian Schroeder, (Indiana University Press), forthcoming.