Recent Faculty Articles

 

Dr. Robert Adams

1. "Langland and the Devotio Moderna: A Spiritual Kinship." Medieval Alliterative Poetry: Essays in Honour of Thorlac Turville-Petre. Ed. John Burrow and H. N. Duggan. Dublin: Four Courts P, 2010. 23-40.

2. "Glossing Piers Plowman: the New Penn Commentaries." JEGP 108 (2010): 71-81.

3. "Langland as a Proto-Protestant: Was Thomas Fuller Right?" Ye? Baw for Bokes! Essays on Medieval Manuscripts and Poetics in Honor of Hoyt N. Duggan. Ed. Stephen H. A. Shepherd and Michael Calabrese. Los Angeles: Marymount Institute P, 2013. 245-66.


Dr. Kimberly Bell

1. "Teaching Homer’s Iliad through the Movie 300." Academic Exchange Quarterly 12.1 (2008): 7-11.

2. "Translatio and the Constructs of a Roman Nation in Virgil’s Aeneid." Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 62.1 (2008): 11-24.

3. "Resituating Romance: The Dialectics of Sanctity in Bodleian Library, MS Laud Misc. 108's Havelok the Dane and Royal Vitae." Parergon 25.1 (2008): 27-56.


Dr. Linda Byrd Cook

1. "Reclaiming My Self." If Love Hurts: Writings By and About Survivors of Abuse. Ed. Pamela VanderHeide, Linda Williamson, and Wendy van Diver. Santa Barbara, CA: Sea-Hill P, 2009. 93-97.

2. "Censorship of 'Literary Pornography.'" Academic Exchange Quarterly 13.3 (2009): 162-66.

3. "A Spiritual Journey: An Interview with Lee Smith." The Southern Quarterly 47.1 (Fall 2009): 74-103.


Dr. Michael Demson

1. "Percy Shelley’s Radical Agrarian Politics." Romanticism 16 (2010): 279-292.


Dr. Robert Donahoo

1. "Implicating the Reader: Dirty Work and the Burdens of Southern History." Essays on the Fiction of Larry Brown. Ed. Jean Cash and Keith Perry. Jackson: U of Mississippi P, 2008. 18-35.

2. "Adapting Flannery O'Connor: Horton Foote and 'The Displaced Person.'" Studies in American Culture 31 (2008): 117-44.

3. "A Tribute to Horton Foote, 1916-2009." Flannery O'Connor Review 7 (2009): 54-56.


Dr. Julie Hall

1. "Writing at the Crossroads: Sophia Hawthorne's Civil War Letters to Annie Fields." Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers 25. 2 (2008): 251-61.

2. "Nathaniel Hawthorne's Wild Wales." Symbiosis: A Journal of Anglo-American Literary Relations 13.1 (April 2009): 3-19.


Dr. Helena Halmari

1. "On the Language of the Clinton-Dole Presidential Campaign Debates: General Tendencies and Successful Strategies." Journal of Language and Politics 7.2 (2008): 247-70.

2. "Political Correctness, Euphemism, and Language Change: the Case of 'People First'. Journal of Pragmatics 43 (2011): 828-40.

3. "Alliteration in Inaugural Addresses: From George Washington to Barack Obama." Alliteration in Culture. Ed. Jonathan Roper. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. 45-61.

4. (with Timothy Regetz)  "Syntactic Aspects of Code-Switching in Oxford, MS Bodley 649." Code-Switching in Early English. Topics in English Linguistics 76. Ed. Herbert Schendl and Laura Wright. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton, 2011. 115-53.

5. (with Scott Kaukonen) "An Excerpt from the Novel, Pet Shop Girls by Anja Snellman." DG: the Dirty Goat 25 Ed. Elzbieta Szoka and Joe W.Bratcher II. Austin: Host, 2011. 265-80. [translated from Finnish; original title: Lemmikkikaupan tytöt. Helsinki: Otava, 2007.]

6. "Kuvia lapsuuteni Hollosta" ["Images from Hollo"]. Kylät kiskojen kolkkeessa: Hakkarin, Hollon, Nurmisaaren ja Tuulialan kylähistoriikki [Villages by the Tracks: A History of Hakkari, Hollo, Nurmisaari, and Tuuliala]. Ed. Ritva Mäkelä, Sastamala: Vammalan Kirjapaino, 2011. 86-95.


Dr. Carroll Nardone

1. (with Renée Gravois Lee). "Critical Inquiry Across the Disciplines: Strategies for Student-Generated Problem Posing." College Teaching 59 (2011): 13-22.


Dr. Paul Ruffin

1. “To San Juan and Back. Ah, Youth!” Boulevard 26 74-75 (Spring 2009):152-173.

2. “Hi-Ho, Hi-Ho, Off to the Gun Show We Go.” The Literary Review 52.4 (Summer 2009): 69-75.


Dr. Gene Young

1. "Place in the Visual, Musical, and Literary Cultures of Texas." Notes on American Literature 18 (2009): 4-14.

 

 

 


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