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Submissions from 2021

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Telling It Like It Is: A Narrative Account of Designing a Race and Ethnicity Requirement at a PWI in the Middle of Black Lives Matter, Michel O'Brien and Cynthia Pengilly

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Our Suffering Brethren: Foreign Captivity and Nationalism in the Early United States by David J. Dzurec III, Sarah Sillin

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The Cuban Question and the Ignorant American: Empire's Tropes and Jokes in Yankee Notions, Sarah Sillin

Submissions from 2020

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“Swimming among the Jellyfish”: travel guides, Elizabeth von Arnim, and Rügen, Lila Marz Harper

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Laughing at “Young Bull”: American Authority in Civil War Cartoons, Sarah Sillin

Submissions from 2019

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“These Things Are a Parable”: Natural History Metaphors and Audience in Felix Holt (1866), Lila Marz Harper

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Trajectories, institutions, and re-locations: a conversation on Inter-Asia outside Asia, Christopher Lee, Kuan-Hsing Chen, Sneja Gunew, Michel O'Brien, Audrey Yue, and Rusaba Alam

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Reanimating Vietnamese Australian Diasporas through Digital Autographics: The Work of Lê Văn Tài, Michel O'Brien

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Transpacific Resonances and Affiliations in Leanne Dunic’s to Love the Coming End and Ruth Ozeki’s the Tale for the Time Being, Michel O'Brien

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Below Zero, Joseph Powell

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Seduction's Offspring: Resisting Sentimental Violence from Wilson to Wells, Sarah Sillin

Submissions from 2018

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Racial Enfleshment and Transpacific Modalities of Relation, Michel O'Brien

Submissions from 2016

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Entangled Lives in the Colorado Rocky Mountains: Isabella Bird’s A Lady’s Life in the Rocky Mountains (1879), Rose Kingsley’s South by West (1874) and the Kingsley Family, Lila Marz Harper

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Ghosts and Angels in the House: Cecilia de Noel and the Search for Faith in the Late Nineteenth Century, Christine Sutphin

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Ali, Wendy, Zach VandeZande

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Patent Wars and Ecosystems: Metaphor and “Black Boxes”, Joshua Welsh

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The Rhetoric of Reasonable and Non-Discriminatory: Conflicting Visions of Innovation in the Smart Phone Patent Wars, Joshua Welsh

Submissions from 2015

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Birthing Death: A Reconsideration of the Roles of Power, Politics and the Domestic in Macbeth, Laila Abdalla

Submissions from 2014

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Myth as a Site of Ecocritical Inquiry: Disrupting Anthropocentrism, Patsy Callaghan

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Common Sense and the Rhetoric of Technology, Joshua Welsh

Submissions from 2013

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Literature and Ecology: Integrating Story, Science, and Standards, Patsy Callaghan

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The White Rabbit: An Exhortation for Busy Adjunct Teachers, Mindie Dieu

Submissions from 2012

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Going After the Phrasal Verb: An Alternative Approach to Classification, Clayton M. Darwin and Loretta S. Gray

Submissions from 2011

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Flyers, Lisa Norris

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Wiindigoo Sovereignty and Native Transmotion in Gerald Vizenor's Bearheart, Christopher Schedler

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"Very Nearly Smiling": Comedy and Slave Revolt in The Barnabys in America, Christine Sutphin

Submissions from 2010

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“Fanciful Devotion”: Ritualization in Scott’s Old Mortality, George A. Drake

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Spending Time With Shepherds, Joseph Powell

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Carnivalized Public Corruption: Old Feudalism and New Democracy in All the King's Men, Wise Blood, and Raag Darbari, Sura Prasad Rath

Submissions from 2009

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Clues in the Street: Sherlock Holmes, Martin Hewitt, and Mean Streets, Lila Marz Harper

Submissions from 2007

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Honesty, Elegance, & the Ragged Edge, Joseph Powell

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Patterns of Style in Stephen Crane's Short Stories, Gerald Stacy

Submissions from 2001

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"The Ordinary Rules of the Pavé": Urban Spaces in Scott's Fortunes of Nigel, George A. Drake

Submissions from 2000

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"An Anguish Become Thing": Narrative as Performance in David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest, Frank Louis Cioffi

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Human Tigresses, Fractious Angels, and Nursery Saints: Augusta Webster's A Castaway and Victorian Discourses on Prostitution and Women's Sexuality, Christine Sutphin

Submissions from 1999

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Post-Millennial Postmodernism: On the Professing of Literature in the Centrifugal Age, Frank L. Cioffi

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Postmodernism, Etc.: An Interview with Ihab Hassan, Frank L. Cioffi

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Historical Space in the "History of": Between Public and Private in Tom Jones, George A. Drake

Submissions from 1998

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In Chekhov, Mark Halperin

Submissions from 1995

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The Site, The Story, Philip Garrison

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The Blessings of a Good Thick Skirt: Issues of Dress in Women's Travel Narratives, Lila Marz Harper