Research and Publications

Seitz, B. (2021). Tracks: A Material Phenomenology of the Road. Environmental Philosophy, 1, 103-122. Link.

Swanson (Goldberg), E., & Moore, A.S. (2021). Indefinite Detention: Chronotopes of Unfreedom in Mohamedou Ould Slahi's Guantánamo Diary. Ariel: A Review of International English Literature, 52(1), 33-60. Link.

Wynstra, B. (2021). From Page to Stage: Dramaturgy and the Women’s Voices of the Provincetown Players. In J. Utell (Ed.), Teaching Modernist Women’s Writing in English, 166-176. The Modern Language Association of America. Link.

Fleischmann, F. (2020). “Dear New England”: Margaret Fuller on Region, Nation, and Home. The New England Quarterly, 93(3), 371-381. Link.

Fleischmann, F. (2020). “Translating Fuller: The Play of Interpretation.” The Newsletter of the Margaret Fuller Society, 3(2), 1; 5-7. Link.

Girdharry, K. (2020). #BostonStrong/ BostonStrong?: A Personal Essay on Digital Community Engagement. Reflections, 19(2), 195-207. Link.

Horton, R. K., Petito, D., & Graham, S. (2020). Sam Lucas Documentary. The American Music Educational Project. Link.

Cohen, A. & Graham, S. (2020). Move on up: Chicago Soul Music and Black Cultural Power. Choice Reviews, 57(8).

Graham, S. (2020). The Race of Sound: Listening, Timbre and Vocality. Association for Recorded Sound Collections, 51(1).

Yarlagadda, T., & Graham, S. (2020). The Legacy of African American Spirituals in Today's Gospel and Blues Music. HowStuffWorks. Link.

Levinson, J. (2020). “Lost Soles.” Punctuate. Link.

Tosti-Kharas, J., & Levinson, J. (2020). “Downsizing is About Saving Yourself”: The Paradoxical Nature of Work and Career Success in Downsizing. Sage Business Cases. Link.

Davis, M., Lee, R., & McElroy, S. (2020). “Ways of Knowing and Doing in Digital Rhetoric: Pedagogy.” Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 24(2). Link.

Niehaus, S. (2020). The Discreet Friendship of Mary McCarthy and Monique Wittig. Women’s Studies, 49(4), 360-373. Link.

Niehaus, S. (2020). Mary McCarthy: The Complete Fiction, by Mary McCarthy. Women’s Studies, 49(4), 444-446. Link.

Niehaus, S. (2020). The Literary Correspondence of Nathalie Sarraute and Mary McCarthy. The French Review, 94(1), 169-184. Link.

O’Donoghue, M. (2020). “In the Inn District.” Stinging Fly, 43(2). Link.

O’Donoghue, M. (2020). “The News from Australia.” Banshee, 10. Link.

Pinard, M. (2020). “Fallen Tree,” Refuge. Link.

Rademacher, V. (2020). Contrarians at the Gate: Biofiction, the Anti-Biopic, and I, Tonya. In B. Layne (Ed.), Biofiction and Writers’ Afterlives, 142-155. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Link.

Seitz, B. (2020). Indigenous Territorialities, Remarking an American Differend. Ethnic Studies Review, 43(2). Link

Carey, J. C., Beitelspacher, L. S., Tosti-Kharas, J., & Swanson, E. (2020). 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), 169-193. Link.

Fuller, M. (2019). Sommer an den seen eine Amerikanische Reise 1843. (K. Ruschkowski, Trans., & F. Fleischmann, Ed.). Corso-Verlag. (Original work published 1844).

Fleischmann, F. (2019). Margaret Fuller: eine Reise, ein Leben, ein Nachleben. In M. Fuller (Auth.), F. Fleischmann (Eds.), K. Ruschkowski (Trans.), Sommer an den seen eine Amerikanische Reise 1843, 7-15. Introductory Essay, Corso-Verlag.

Fleischmann, F. (2019). Brown and Women’s Rights. The Oxford Handbook of Charles Brockden Brown, 287-301. Link.

Fleischmann, F. (2019). “Kindred Spirits, Troubled Cause: The Environmental Ethics of Aldo Leopold and Hans Jonas.” In S. Guslandi, A. Tiengo, A. Cardone, & P. Loreto (Eds.), The US and The World We Inhabit, 194-205. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Winthrop, J. (2019). Love Me Like That. (M. Leonard, Ed.). One Hundred Pines Press.

Levinson, J. (2019). “‘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 W. Moss-Wellington & K. Wilkins (Eds.), Refocus: The Films of Spike Jonze. Edinburgh University Press. Link.

Mohaghegh, J. (2019). Omnicide: Mania, Fatality, and the Future-in-Delirium. Urbanomic Media. Link.

Mohaghegh, J. (2019). Night: A Philosophy of the After-Dark. Zero Books. Link.

Mohaghegh, J. (2019). “The Night-Traveler: Theories of Nocturnal Time, Space, and Movement.” In B. Seitz & R. Scapp (Eds.), Philosophy, Travel, and Place: Being in Transit. Springer Nature. Link.

Mohaghegh, J. (2019). Soundproof Room. Comparative and Continental Philosophy, 11(2), 95-97. Link.

Mohaghegh, J. (2019). Inexistent Night. Comparative and Continental Philosophy, 11(2), 98-109. Link.

Pinard, M. (2019). “Even After All.” Salamander, 49. Link.

Pinard, M. (2019). “Widow Sugaring for Moths.” Salamander, 49. Link.

Pinard, M. (2019). “Somehow Forgotten.” Southern Poetry Review.

Pinard, M. (2019). “Note to a Hingeless Coral Pink Door Floating in the Woods.” In S.E. Richmond (Ed.), Speaking of Sculpture: Ekphrastic Poetry & Outdoor Sculpture. Old Frog Pond Farm & Studio.

Pinard, M. (2019). “Staying Loss.” Tupelo Quarterly. Link.

Rademacher, V. (2019). “Speculative Subjectivities and the Biofictional Surge.” In M. Lackey (Ed.), Conversations with Biographical Novelists: Truthful Fictions Across the Globe, 157-168. Bloomsbury. Link.

Rademacher, V. (2019). “Resisting the ‘Dictatorship of the Present’ in Javier Cercas’ Biofictions.” In M. Lackey (Ed.), Conversations with Biographical Novelists: Truthful Fictions across the Globe, 49-67. Bloomsbury. Link.

Spiess, S. (2019). “The Epistemology of Violence in The Comedie of Errors.” In S. Mukherji (Ed.), Blind Spots of Knowledge in Shakespeare’s World: A Conversation, 143-152. Medieval Institute Publications. Link.

Spiess, S. (2019). “Baffling Comedy, Baffling Ourselves: A Response to Adam Zucker” (“Baffling Terms”). In S. Mukherji (Ed.), Blind Spots of Knowledge in Shakespeare’s World: A Conversation, 39-41. Medieval Institute Publications. Link.

Spiess, S. (2019). “Towards an Epistemology of the Stage? A Response to Supriya Chaudhuri” (“Seeing and Knowing in Othello”). In S. Mukherji (Ed.), Blind Spots of Knowledge in Shakespeare’s World: A Conversation, 92-100. Medieval Institute Publications. Link.

Swanson (Goldberg), E. (2019). Rape, Representation, and the Endurance of Hegemonic Masculinity. Violence Against Women, 25(13), 1613-1630. Link.

Swanson (Goldberg), E. (2019). Perpetrators, Victims, and Beneficiaries: The Subjects of Human Rights. In C. Parikh (Ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Human Rights and Literature, 193-205. Cambridge University Press. Link.

Fleischmann, F., Getchell, K., & Iyer, B. (2018). “Humanizing Tech May Be the New Competitive Advantages.” MIT Sloan Management Review. Link.

Fleischmann, F. (2018). “Explorations in Fiction: Neal’s Novels, 1817-1828.” In C.C. DiMercurio (Ed.), Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism (Volume 356), 204-241. Gale.

Fleischmann, F. (2018). “What is Entrepreneurial Thinking? Ten Theses and Provocations.” In G. Faltin (Ed.), Handbuch Entrepreneurship, 39-53. Springer Gabler. Link.

Fleischmann, F. & Fischer, K. (2018). “Powered by Magic: The Romance of Essex Farm.” Harvard Business Publishing. Link.

Graham, S. (2018). Spirituals and the Birth of a Black Entertainment Industry. University of Illinois Press. Link.

Turner, K. (Host) & Graham, S. (Guest). (2018). Spirituals and the Birth of a Black Entertainment Industry. New Books Network. Link.

Graham, S. (2018). How African American Spirituals Moved from Cotton Fields to Concert Halls. Zócalo Public Square. Link.

Leonard, M. (2018). The Bear Family. 100 Pines Press.

O’Donoghue, M. (2018). “During the Russian Blizzard.” In S. Gilmartin & D. Meade (Eds.), Stinging Fly Stories: 1998-2018. Stinging Fly Press. Link.

Pinard, M. (2018). “Driving to the End of the Storm.” Crab Orchard Review, 22. Link.

Seitz, B. (2018). Grids of Power: A Phenomenology of Fuel. Environmental Philosophy, 15(2), 317-332. Link.

Seitz, B. (2018). Hunting Time: Philosophy Afield. In D. Higbee & D. Bruzina (Eds.), Hunting and the Ivory Tower: Essays by Scholars Who Hunt, 173-180. University of South Carolina Press. Link.

Seitz, B. & Scapp, R. (2018). Philosophy, Travel, and Place: Being in Transit. Palgrave Macmillan. Link.

Swanson (Goldberg), E & Stewart, J. B. (Eds.). (2018). Human Bondage and Abolition: New Histories of Past and Present Slaveries. Cambridge University Press.

Swanson (Goldberg), E. & Moore, A. S. (Eds.). (2018). Witnessing Torture: Perspectives from Torture Survivors and Human Rights Workers. Palgrave.

Wynstra, B. (2018). Review of Long Day's Journey into Night by Eugene O'Neill. Theatre Journal 70(2), 259-260. Link.

Wynstra, B. (2018). Review of “Anna Christie” by Scott Edmiston. Eugene O’Neill Review 39(2), 336-339. Link.

Dietrick, J. (2017). “‘An Idiom that is a Kind of Vision of the World’: David Rabe’s Plays of the 1970s.” In M.V. Heuvel, J. Listengarden, & B. Murphy (Eds.), Modern American Drama: Playwriting in the 1970s. Bloomsbury. Link.

Graham, S. (2017). “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. Oxford University Press. Link.

Stone, L. W., & Mohaghegh, J. B. (2017). Manifestos for World Thought. Rowman & Littlefield International. Link.

O’Donoghue, M. (2017). “My Daughter in Winter Costume.” In P. Boran (Ed.), The Deep Heart’s Core: Irish Poets Revisit a Touchstone Poem. Dedalus Press. Link.

O’Donoghue, M. (2017). “Notes on Craft.” Granta. Link.

Pinard, M. (2017). “Ode.” In C. Franca, M. Snell, & C.Weber (Eds.), Art on the Trails: Finding Solace in the Woods. The Tishman Review.

Pinard, M. (2017). “In Praise of Parenthesis.” In C. Franca, M. Snell, & C.Weber (Eds.), Art on the Trails: Finding Solace in the Woods. The Tishman Review.

Pinard, M. (2017). “Spool.” In S.E. Richmod (Ed.), Memoir: Plein Air Poetry. Old Frog Pond Farm & Studio.

Pinard, M. (2017). “Late in the Season, Widow Gardening.” Tor House Newsletter. Robinson Jeffers Tor House Foundation. Link.

Pinard, M. (2017). “Public Bath.” In E. Rounds & B. White (Eds.), Birdsong: Poems in Celebration of Birds. Foothills Publishing. Link.

Pinard, M. (2017). “Northern Mockingbird.” In E. Rounds & B. White (Eds.), Birdsong: Poems in Celebration of Birds. Foothills Publishing. Link.

Pinard, M. (2017). “How the Hogs Got There,” saltfront: studies in human habit(at), 5.

Rademacher, V. (2017). Truth and Circumstantiality in Javier Cercas’ Biofictions. American Book Review, 39(1), 6-27. Link.

Seitz, B. (2017). “Thresholds and Double Spaces in Crime and Punishment.” Journal Mundo Eslavo, 16, 216-222. Link.

Seitz, B. & Veneman, J. (2017). “One Foot in Front of the Other: A Physicality Manifesto.” In J. Mohaghegh & L. Stone (Eds.), Outsider Imperatives: Manifestos for the Future of World Thought. Rowman & Littlefield.

Swanson (Goldberg), E. (2017). “Freedom, Commerce, Bodies, Harm: The Case Against Backpage.com.” Social Inclusion, 5(2), 3-15. Link.

Swanson, E., Greenberg, D. N., Deets, S., Erzurumlu, S., Hunt, J., Manwaring, M., & Rodgers, V. (2017). Signing to Living PRME: Learning from a Journey toward Responsible Management Education. The International Journal of Management Education, 15(2), 205-218. Link

Dietrick, J. (2016). “‘The Current Gold Coin of the New Jerusalem’: Perception, Symbolization, and Money in Hawthorne’s, The Scarlett Letter.” The Journal of Cultural Economy, 10(2), 127-135. Link.

Dietrick, J. (2016). “Scrape.” Pure Slush, 12(1). Link.

Donovan-Condron, K. (2016). “Twisted Sisters: The Monstrous Women of Southern Gothic.” In S.C. Street & C.L. Crow (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Southern Gothic, 339-350. Palgrave Macmillan. Link.

Donovan-Condron, K. (2016). “Gothic Subjects: the Transformation of Individualism in American Fiction.” Victoriographies, 6(2), 181-182. Link.

Levinson, J. (2016). "City as Text: A Teaching Resource Document." Harvard Business Publishing. Link.

Mohaghegh, J. & Lukić, D. (2016). Elemental Disappearances. Punctum Books. Link.

Shāmlū, A. & Mohaghegh, J. (2016). Born Upon the Dark Spear: Selected Poems of Ahmad Shamlu (J. Mohaghegh, Trans.). Contra Mundum Press. Link.

Moriarty, P. (2016). “Laurent de Premierfait, trans. De la ruine des nobles hommes et femmes: Colard Mansion (printer).” In J.F. Hamburger, W.P. Stoneman, A. Eze, L.F. Davis, & N. Netzer (Eds.), Beyond Words: Illuminated Manuscripts in Boston Collections, 90-91. University of Chicago Press. Link.

O’Donoghue, M. (2016). Leabhar na Hathghabhála: Poems of Repossession. In K. Tuma (Ed.), Anthology of Twentieth-Century Irish Language Poetry. Bloodaxe Books. 

Paor, L. D. (2016). Leabhar na Hathghabhála: Poems of repossession: 20th-century poetry in Irish. Bloodaxe Books.

Ríordáin, S.O. (2016). “An Gealt/ The Madwoman.” “Tost/ Silence.” “Claustrophobia/ Claustrophobia.” “Fiabras/ Fever.” “Reo/ Ice.” (M. O’Donoghue, Trans.). In L. Paor (Ed.), Anthology of Twentieth-Century Irish Language Poetry. Bloodaxe Books. 

Breathnach, C. (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.” (M. O’Donoghue, Trans.). In L. Paor (Ed.), Anthology of Twentieth-Century Irish Language Poetry. Bloodaxe Books. 

O’Donoghue, M. (2016). “Kiddio at the Wedding.” Granta, 135. 212-225.​ Link

O’Donoghue, M. (2016). “Mlle Dias de Corta/ Mavis Gallant.” Granta Online. Link.

Pinard, M. (2016). “Turning Light.” In S.E. Richmond (Ed.), Splash: Plein Air Poetry. Old Frog Pond Farm & Studio, 29.

Pinard, M. (2016). “Poet.” In J. Lendennie (Ed.), Even The Daybreak: 35 Years of Salmon Poetry, 388-389. Salmon Press. Link.

Pinard, M. (2016). “Widow with Extra Doors.” Awards 38 Nimrod International Journal, 60(1), 87. University of Tulsa.

Pinard, M. (2016). “Cardinal.” “Flamingo.” “Meadowlark.” “Vulture.” “Sandhill Cranes.” Western Humanities Review 70(1), 60-64. University of Utah. Link.

Pinard, M. (2016). “Bluffline, Loess Hills, Iowa." In P. Kolin & J. Bedell (Eds.), Down to the Dark River: Contemporary Poems about the Mississippi River, 142-143. Louisiana Literature Press.

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

Rademacher, V. (2016). “Trump and the Resurgence of American Noir.” Persona Studies 2(2), 90-103. Deakin University. Link.

Rademacher, V., Allard, G., & Farber, V. (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.”) In J. Raquiero (Ed.), Economistas, 149, 152-166. Colegio de Economistas de Madrid.

Seitz, B. (2016). Intersubjectivity and the Double: Troubled Matters. Palgrave Macmillan. Link.

Spiess, S. (2016). “Puzzling Embodiment: Proclamation, La Pucelle, and The first Part of Henry VI.” In V. Traub (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Shakespeare and Embodiment: Gender, Sexuality, and Race, 93-111. Oxford University Press. Link.

Donovan-Condron, K. (2015). “Review of Nicholas Mason- Literary Advertising and the Shaping of British Romanticism.” Romantic Circles. Link.

Fleischmann, F. (2015). “John Neal.” In Mark Spencer (Ed.) The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of the American Enlightenment, 2, 755-757. Bloomsbury Academic.

Fleischmann, F. (2015). “Margaret Fuller's Socialism.” Nineteenth Century Prose, 42(2), 181-210. Link.

Levinson, J. & Rademacher, V. (2015). “Global Film Across the Curriculum: Narrative Imagination and Pedagogical Innovation.” In V.L. Crittenden, K. Esper, N. Karst, & R. Slegers (Eds.), Evolving Entrepreneurial Education: Innovation in the Babson Classroom, 191-216. Emerald Group Publishing. Link.

Springer, C., & Levinson, J. (Eds.). (2015). Acting (Vol. 4, Behind the Silver Screen Series). Rutgers University Press. Link.

Levinson, J. (2015). “The Auteur Renaissance, 1968-1980.” In C. Springer & J. Levinson (Eds.), Acting (Vol. 4, Behind the Silver Screen Series). Rutgers University Press. Link.

Levinson, J. (2015). “Time and Time Again: Temporality, Narrativity and Spectatorship in Christian Marclay’s The Clock.” Cinema Journal, 54(3). ​​​​​​University of Texas Press. Link.

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

O’Donoghue, M. (2015). “Honest, or Nine Precious Insights.” Short Fiction, 9, 30-33.

O’Donoghue, M. (2015). “The Rakes of Mallow.” Kenyon Review/ KROnline. Link.

O’Donoghue, M. (2015). “The Eighties.” In J. Lendennie (Ed.), Even the Daybreak: 35 Years of Salmon Poetry. Salmon Poetry. Link.

O’Donoghue, M. (2015). "At the Super 7." Dublin Review, 60, 34-44. Link.

 O’Donoghue, M. (2015). "Signs Your Heart is Quietly Failing.” Short Fiction, 9.

O’Donoghue, M. (2015). “Hell Kettle.” Guernica: a Magazine of Art and Politics. Link.

O’Donoghue, M. (2015). “Samoan Parakeet.” Banshee, 1(1), 39-41. Link.

O’Donoghue, M. (2015). “Closeout.” Visual Verse, 2(5). Link.

O’Donoghue, M. (2015). “Jules Verne Seeks Dreamers for Long-Distance Travel in Time.” Sunday Times UK. Link.

Pinard, M. (2015). “Vulture,” Old Frog Pond Farm & Studio. Link.

Pinard, M. (2015). “Underground Fence,” Mass Poetry. Link.

Pinard, M. (2015). “Direct Address.” In J. Garp & K. Nagy (Eds.), Dead in Good Company: A Celebration of Mount Auburn Cemetery. Ziggy Owl Press.

Swanson (Goldberg), E. (2015). “Gendering Human Rights and Their Violation: A Reading of Chris Cleave’s Little Bee.” In S.A. McLennen & A.S. Moore (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Literature and Human Rights, 60-68. Routledge.

Swanson (Goldberg), E. & Schultheis, A. (2015). “Victims, Perpetrators, and the Limits of Human Rights Discourse in Post-Palermo Fiction about Sex Trafficking.” The International Journal of Human Rights, 19(1), 16-31.​ Link.

Swanson (Goldberg), E. (2015). “Introduction: Charting New Courses: Teaching Human Rights in Literary and Cultural Studies.” In E. Swanson & A. Moore (Eds.), Teaching Human Rights in Literary and Cultural Studies, 1-10. The Modern Language Association of America.

Moore, A., & Swanson, E. (2015). Teaching Human Rights in Literary and Cultural Studies. (Ser. Options for Teaching). The Modern Language Association of America.

Moore, A., & Swanson, E. (2015). “Beyond the Post/Colonial and the West.”  In E. Swanson & A. Moore (Eds.), Teaching Human Rights in Literary and Cultural Studies, 53-67. The Modern Language Association of America.

Wynstra, B. (2015). “Arts and the Entrepreneur: The Sorenson Center for the Arts.” In V.L. Crittenden, K. Esper, N. Karst, & R. Slegers (Eds.), Evolving Entrepreneurial Education: Innovation in the Babson Classroom. Emerald Group Publishing. 

Wynstra, B. (2015). Review R. Noone, The Second Girl. Eugene O'Neill Review, 36(2), 251-256. Link.

Bauer, S. (2014). “Seasons of Violence, Seasons of Grace.” North Dakota Quarterly 79(2). Link.

Bauer, S. (2014). “Sunset House.” Slush Pile Magazine, 16. Link.

Donovan-Condron, K. & Rivera Monclova, M. (2014). “‘We erred, we lost, we lived to tell’: The Hip-Hop Gothic of Black Artemis’s Explicit Content.” Studies in American Fiction 41(1), 131-46. Link.

Fleischmann, F. (2014). “Reading Margaret Fuller.” Resources in American Literary Study, 37, 275-288. Link.

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

O’Donoghue, M. (2014). “An Bás/ Death.” “Banfhile/ She-Poet.” “An Cat/ The Cat.” “Súile Donna/ Brown Eyes.” “Piscín/ Kitten.” In F. Sewell (Ed.), Selected Poems of Seán O Ríordáin. Cló Iar-Chonnact/ Yale University Press.

Pinard, M. (2014). “Portal.” Salmon Poetry. Link.

Seitz, B. (2014). “Freud’s Dream of the Double.” Continental Philosophy Review, 27(2).​​ Link.

Seitz, B. (2014). “Blurring Boundaries: Freedom, Enclosure, and Death.” In M. Drenthen & J. Keulartz (Springer) (Eds.), Old World and New World Perspectives on Environmental Philosophy, 199-207. ​Link.

Seitz, B. (2014). “The Other Subject of Husserl: A Troubled Double.” Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy, 18(2).

Spiess, S. (2014). “The Measure of Sexual Memory.” Shakespeare Survey, 67, 310-326. Link.

Moore, A., & Swanson, E. (2014). “‘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.” Ariel: A Review of International English Literature, 45(4), 59-87. Link.

Swanson (Goldberg), E. (2014). “Human Rights.” In C.R. Stimpson & G. Herdt (Eds.), Critical Terms for Gender Studies, 139-155. University of Chicago Press. Link.

Wynstra, B. (2014). “‘It Sounds Wonderful, Doesn’t It?’: Promises of Marriage in the Plays of Eugene O’Neill.” Eugene O'Neill Review, 35, 1-14. Link.

Dietrick, J. (2013). “Literary and Real-Life Salesmen and the Performance of Class.” In R. Scapp & B. Seitz (Eds.), Living with Class: Philosophical Reflections on Identity and Material Culture. Palgrave MacMillan. Link.

Donovan-Condron, K. (2013). “Urban Gothic in Charlotte Dacre’s Zofloya,” European Romantic Review, 24(6), 683-697. Link.

Brown, C. B., Kamrath, M. L., Barnard, P., Hewitt, E., Holmes J., & Fleischmann, F. (2013). Collected Writings of Charles Brockden BrownVol. 1: Letters and Early Epistolary Writings. Bucknell University Press. Link.

Faltin, G. & Fleischmann, F (Ed.). (2013). Brains versus Capital: Entrepreneurship for Everyone. Stiftung Entrepreneurship. Link.

Graham, S. (2013). “Songs of Sam Lucas.” Center for Popular Music. Link.

Graham, S. (2013). “The Fisk Jubilee Singers.” In J. R. Watson and E. Hornby (Eds.), Canterbury Dictionary of Hymnology. Canterbury Press. Link.

Graham, S. (2013). “Tyrolean Minstrels,” “Unsworth, James,” “Primrose, George H,” “Pelham, Dick,” “Howard, George Cunnibell,” “Kelly and Leon’s Minstrels,” “Kittredge, Walter,” “Lane, William Henry,” “Brower, Frank,” “Wright, Josephine,” “Hyers Sisters,” “Jubilee Singers,” “Johnson, J(ohn) Rosamond,” “Abolition,” “Spiritual,” & “Hovhaness.” In C.H. Garrett (Ed.), Grove Dictionary of American Music (2nd Edition). Oxford University Press. Link.

Levinson, J. & Mandel, R. (2013) “Teaching Research Methodologies to the Professionally-Oriented Honors Student.” Honors in Practice, 9, 163-172. National Collegiate Honors Council. Link.

Mohaghegh, J. B. (2013). Silence in Middle Eastern and Western Thought: The Radical Unspoken. Routledge.

O’Donoghue, M. (2013). “The Sweet Forbearance in the Streets.” The Irish Times. Link.

O’Donoghue, M. (2013). “Ghost Estate.” Literary Imagination 15(1), 213-216. Link.

O’Donoghue, M. (2013). “Honest, or Nine Precious Insights.” The Drum, 32. The Drum Literary Magazine. Link.

Pinard, M. (2013). The Ocean State Review 3(1), 200-202.

Pinard, M. (2013). “Gone in Search,” Salamander 18(2), 111. Link.

Rademacher, V. (2013). “Playing for Real: Simulated Games of Identity in Spain’s Gen X Narrative.” In C. Henseler (Ed.), Gen X Goes Global: Mapping a Youth Culture in Motion, 193-221. Routledge. Link.

Rademacher, V. (2013). “Sex and the City: Detective Petra Delicado and Questions I Couldn’t Help but Wonder.” In J.T. Oxford & T. Dinesen (Eds.), Giménez Bartlett's Influence in Hispanic Literature. Monographic Review, 28, 175-191. Link.

Seitz, B. & Thorp, T. (2013). The Iroquois and the Athenians: A Political Ontology. Lexington Books. Link.

Seitz, B., & Scapp, R. (Eds.). (2013). Living with Class: Philosophical Reflections on Identity and Material Culture, Palgrave Macmillan. Link.

Swanson (Goldberg), E., Moore, A.S., & Mullins, G. (2013). “Introduction: On Texts and Performatics.” College Literature: A Journal of Critical Literary Studies, 40(3), 9-14. Link.

Swanson (Goldberg), E., & Moore, A.S. (2013). “Meditations On a Fractured Terrain: Human Rights and Literature.” College Literature: A Journal of Critical Literary Studies, 40(3), 15-37. Link.

Dietrick, J. (2012). Bad Pennies and Dead Presidents: Money in American Drama. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Link.

Fleischmann, F. (2012). “‘Right Manly Man’ in 1843: John Neal on Women’s Rights, Masculinity, and the Problem of Male Feminism.”  In E. Watts & D. Carlson (Eds.), John Neal and Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture, 247-270. Bucknell University Press. Link.

Fleischmann, F. (2012). “John Neal.” In M. Spencer (Ed.), The Bloomsbury Encyclopedia of the American Enlightenment. Bloomsbury. Link.

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