Publications

ARTICLES and ESSAYS by Current and Former Students

BOOKS by Current and Former Students

ARTICLES and ESSAYS

ANDREW BROWN

Brown, Andrew. “ ‘The Minstrelsy of Heaven’: Representation and the Politics of Lyric in Paradise Lost,” Milton Studies 57 (forthcoming).

Brown, Andrew. “ ‘Being Unseminared’: Pleasure, Instruction, and Playing the Queen in Anthony and Cleopatra,” Shakespeare and Consciousness, eds. Paul Budra and Clifford Werier (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), 165-89.

Brown, Andrew. “Theatre of Judgment: Space, Spectators, and the Epistemologies of Law in Bartholomew Fair,” Early Theatre 15.2 (2012), 154-167.

JUSTIN PARK

Park, Justin. “Legally Speaking: The Finn Episode and Alfred’s Law Code,” Neopilologus (June 2016)

NATALIE PRIZEL

Prizel, Natalie. “‘The Dead Man Come to Life Again’: Edward Albert and the Strategies of Black Endurance.” (forthcoming from Victorian Literature and Culture)

Prizel, Natalie. “Disability Theory, Queer Time, and ‘We Other Victorians.’” V21 collective (June 2015). (solicited). http://v21collective.org/natlie-prizel-disability-theory-queer-time-and-we-other-victorians/

Prizel, Natalie. “The Non-Taxonomical Mayhew.” Victorian Studies 57.3 (Spring 2015): 433-444.

ALEXANDRA REIDER

Reider, Alexandra. “ ‘Bless Us! What a Word on a Title Page Is This!’: Linguistic Purism and Milton’s English Verse.” Milton Studies 57 (2016): 211-31. 

Reider, Alexandra. “A Previously Unidentified Somniale Danielis Text in Takamiya MS 33 with an Updated Handlist of Latin Somniale Texts from England.” Journal of the Early Book Society 18 (2015): 213-27. 

Reider, Alexandra. “On the Epithet freca Scyldinga for Beowulf, a Geat (Beowulf, line 1563b).” Notes & Queries n.s. 62.2 (2015): 185-88.

REBECCA RUSH

Rush, Rebecca. “Licentious Rhymers: John Donne and the Late-Elizabethan Couplet Revival. English Literary History (forthcoming).

Rush, Rebecca. “Making Order in John Davies’s Orchestra.” Modern Philology 114.2 (November 2016).

Rush, Rebecca. “ ‘Alle in generalle and nothing in specialle’: General and Special in Julian of Norwich’s Revelation of Love.Journal of English and Germanic Philology 115.1 (January 2016): 79-94.

Rush, Rebecca. “Authority and Attribution in the Sternhold and Hopkins Psalter.” Renaissance and Reformation 38.1 (Winter 2015): 57-81.

Rush, Rebecca. “Satan’s Mural Breaches: Transgression and Self-Violation in Paradise Lost.Milton Studies 54 (2013): 107-135.

JOSEPH STADOLNIK

Stadolnik, Joseph. “‘Thorkelin y el Beowulf,’ by Jorge Luis Borges.” Introductory essay, edition, and translation from Spanish of unpublished essay forthcoming in PMLA (2017).

Stadolnik, Joseph.“Naming the Unnamed ‘Philosofre’ in Chaucer’s Prologue to the Treatise on the Astrolabe.” Forthcoming in Medium Ævum 85.2 (2016).

Stadolnik, Joseph.“Excerpting Gower: Exemplary Reading and New Haven, Takamiya MS 32.” South Atlantic Review 79.3-4 (2015): 36-50.

Stadolnik, Joseph.“The Stuff of Metaphor: ‘Fyr and Tow’ in the Wife of Bath’s Prologue.” English Studies 97.1 (2015): 15-21.

AARON PRATT, PhD Spring 2016

Pratt, Aaron T. and David Scott Kastan. “Printers, Publishers, and the Chronicles as Artefact.” In The Oxford Handbook to Holinshed’s Chronicles, edited by Paulina Kewes, Ian W. Archer, and Felicity Heal, 21-42. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.

Pratt, Aaron T. “Latimer, Hugh.” In Encyclopedia of English Renaissance Literature, edited by Garrett A. Sullivan, Jr. and Alan Stewart, 582-583. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, 2012.

Pratt, Aaron T and John N. King. “Bibles as Books: The Materiality of English Printed Bibles from the Tyndale New Testament to the King James Bible.” In The King James Bible after 400 Years: Literary, Linguistic and Cultural Influences, edited by Hannibal Hamlin and Norman W. Jones, 61-99. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

JESSICA MATUOZZI, PhD Spring 2016

Matuozzi, Jessica.  “Schoolhouse Follies: Tristram Shandy and the Male Reader’s Tutelage.” ELH (forthcoming).

MADELEINE SARACENI, PhD Spring 2016

Saraceni, Madeleine L.  “Chaucer’s Feminine Pretexts: Gendered Genres in Three Frame Moments.” The Chaucer Review 51.4 (October 2016).

MERVE EMRE, PhD Spring 2015

“Ironic Institutions: Countercultural Fictions and the American Express Company.” American Literature, Vol. 87, Num. 1 (March 2015)

“Jamesian Institutions.” American Literary History, Vol. 27, Num. 2 (Summer 2015)

“Paraliterary Institutions: Faulkner, Eisenhower, and the People-to-People-Initiative.” ELH (forthcoming).

“The Fulbright Scholar’s Political Project of Love.” REAL: A Handbook of American Studies, ed. Winifred Fluck and Gunter Leypoldt (solicited) 

LEN GUTKIN, PhD Fall 2015

Gutkin, Len. “The Dandified Dick: Hardboiled Noir and the Wildean Epigram.” ELH (forthcoming). 

Gutkin, Len. “Djuna Barnes’s Nightwood and Decadent Style.” Literature Compass (solicited) (forthcoming).

Gutkin, Len. “The Feral Sublime: Caspar Hauser and Melville’s Pierre.” Leviathan: A Journal of Melville Studies 15.2 (June 2013): 20-36.

WILLIAM WEBER, PhD Fall 2015

Weber, William. “The Authorship of Titus Andronicus 4.1 Reconsidered.” Shakespeare Survey (2013).

ANDREW KRAEBEL, PhD Spring 2014

Kraebel, A. B.  “John of Rheims and the Psalter-commentary attributed to Ivo II of Chartres.” Revue bénédictine 122 (2012).

Kraebel, A. B.  “Poetry and commentary in the medieval school of Rheims.” Encountering Scripture in Overlapping Cultures, ed. M. Cohen and A. Berlin (forthcoming).

Kraebel, A. B. “The use of Richard Rolle’s Latin Psalter in Richard Ullerston’s Expositio canticorum Scripturae.”  Forthcoming in Medium Ævum 81 (2012).

Kraebel, A. B.  “The place of allegory in the Psalter-commentary of Bruno the Carthusian.” Mediaeval Studies 73 (2011).

Kraebel, A. B. “Prophecy and poetry in the Psalms-commentaries of St. Bruno and the pre-scholastics.” Sacris erudiri 50 (2011).

Richard of St.-Victor (d. 1173).  On the Apocalypse of John.  Selections translated with an introduction by A. B. Kraebel.  In Interpretation of Scripture, ed. F. T. Harkins and F. van Liere.  Victorine Texts in Translation, 3.  Turnhout: Brepols (forthcoming).

Richard of St.-Victor (d. 1173).  On the four degrees of violent love.  Translated with an introduction by A. B. Kraebel.  In On Love, ed. H. B. Feiss, 261-300.  Victorine Texts in Translation, 2.  Turnhout: Brepols, 2011.

Kraebel, A. B. “Christina Rossetti’s quotations from the Psalter (1875).” Notes and Queries 58 (2011): 93-94.

Kraebel, A. B. “Grammatica and the authenticity of the Psalms-commentary attributed to Bruno the Carthusian.” Mediaeval Studies 71 (2009): 63-97.

ERIC WEISKOTT, PhD Spring 2014

Weiskott, Eric. “A Plea for Pronunciation.” In special issue of Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching devoted to Old English pedagogy, ed. Haruko Momma and Heide Estes (forthcoming).

Weiskott, Eric. “Puns and Poetic Style in the Old English Exodus.” Linking Words: Paronomasia, Etymology and Textual Interpretation in the European Middle Ages, ed. Mikael Males (forthcoming).

Weiskott, Eric. “Lawman, the Last Old English Poet and the First Middle English Poet.” Proceedings of the 7th International Layamon Conference (Paris, 2012), ed. Marie-Françoise Alamichel (forthcoming).

Weiskott, Eric. “Three-Position Verses in Beowulf.” Notes & Queries 60 (2013).

Weiskott, Eric. “OE lændagas in Beowulf 2341b.” Notes & Queries 60 (2013).

Weiskott, Eric. “Phantom Syllables in the English Alliterative Tradition.” Modern Philology 110 (2013).

Weiskott, Eric. “Bawdyng, a Middle English Hapax Legomenon.Notes & Queries 60 (2013).

Weiskott, Eric. “Chaucer the Forester: The Friar’s Tale, Forest History, and Officialdom.” The Chaucer Review 47 (2013).

Weiskott, Eric. “A Semantic Replacement for Kaluza’s Law in Beowulf.” English Studies 93 (2012).

Weiskott, Eric. “OE Panther 74b ‘Þæt is æþele stenc.’” Notes & Queries 59 (2012).

Weiskott, Eric. “Making Beowulf Scream: Exclamation and the Punctuation of Old English Poetry.” The Journal of English and Germanic Philology 111 (2012).

Weiskott, Eric. “Three Beowulf Cruces: healgamen, fremu, Sigemunde.” Notes & Queries (2011).

ANTHONY DOMESTICO, PhD Fall 2013

Domestico, Anthony. “The Twice-Broken World: Karl Barth, T. S. Eliot, and the Poetics of Christian Revelation.” Religion and Literature (forthcoming).

Domestico, Anthony. “Editing Modernism, Editing Theology: T. S. Eliot, Karl Barth, and the Criterion.” The Journal of Modern Periodical Studies 3.1 (2012): 19-38.

GLYN SALTON-COX, PhD Fall 2013

Salton-Cox, Glyn. “Literary Praxis Beyond the Melodramas of Commitment: Edward Upward, Soviet Aesthetics and Leftist Self-fashioning.” Comparative Literature (forthcoming).

Salton-Cox, Glyn. “Syncretic Utopia, Transnational Provincialism: Rex Warner’s The Wild Goose Chase.Utopia and Twentieth-Century Literary Cultures eds. Nathan Waddell and Alice Reeve-Tucker (London: Palgrave, forthcoming).

Salton-Cox. “The eight week college of the Age of Extremes: The Barracks and the Training Ground.” Edinburgh Companion to Twentieth Century War Literature eds. Mark Rawlinson and Adam Piette (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2012), 465-475.

Salton-Cox. “England, Whose England? The Rhetoric of Englishness in T H White and George Orwell.” T H White: Critical Essays ed. Gill Davies, (Ceredigion: Edwin Mellen Press, 2008), 143-157.

Salton-Cox. “Patrick Hamilton and the Banality of Evil.” Critical Engagements 1:1, (Winter 2007), 308-330.

MICHAEL KOMOROWSKI, PhD Fall 2012

Komorowski, Michael. “Public Verse and Property: Marvell’s ‘Horatian Ode’ and the Ownership of Politics.” English Literary History 79 (2012): 315-40

Komorowski, Michael. “The Diplomatic Genre before the Italian League: Civic Panegyrics of Bruni, Poggio, and Decembrio.” New Worlds and the Italian Renaissance: Contributions to the History of European Intellectual Culture, ed. Andrea Moudarres and Christiana Purdy Moudarres (Leiden: Brill, 2012), 47-73

Komorowski, Michael. “Milton’s Natural Law: Divorce and Individual Property.” Milton Studies 53 (forthcoming, December 2012)

BOOKS
 

LESLIE JAMISON, PhD Spring 2016

Jamison, Leslie.  The Gin Closet: A Novel. New York: Free Press, 2010.

ANDREW KRAEBEL, PhD Spring 2014

William of Newburgh. The Sermons of William of Newburgh: edited from Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Rawlinson C. 31, London, Lambeth Palace Library, MS 73, and London, British Library, MS Stowe 62. Edited by A.B. Kraebel. Toronto: Published for the Centre for Medieval Studies by the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, 2010.

SUSANNAH HOLLISTER, PhD Spring 2009, AND EMILY SETINA, PhD Spring 2010

Hollister, Susannah and Emily Setina, eds. Stanzas in Meditation: The Corrected Edition. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2011.

SIOBHAN PHILLIPS, PhD Fall 2007

Phillips, Siobhan. The Poetics of the Everyday: Creative Repetition in Modern American Verse. New York: Columbia University Press, 2010.

RANDI SALOMAN, PhD Fall 2007

Saloman, Randi. Virginia Woolf’s Essayism. Edinburg: Edinburgh University Press, 2012.

NICHOLAS SALVATO, PhD Spring 2006

Salvato, Nicholas. Uncloseting Drama: American Modernism and Queer Performance. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2010.

LENA HILL, PhD Spring 2005

Hill, Lena M. and Michael D. Hill. Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man: A Reference Guide. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press, 2008.

LINA PERKINS WILDER, PhD Spring 2005

Wilder, Lina Perkins. Shakespeare’s Memory Theatre: Recollection, Properties, and Character. Cambridge, UK; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

EMILY HODGSON ANDERSON, PhD Fall 2004

Anderson, Emily Hodgson. Eighteenth-Century Authorship and the Play of Fiction: Novels and the Theater, Haywood to Austen. New York: Routledge, 2009.

MOLLY MURRAY, PhD Spring 2004

Murray, Molly. The Poetics of Conversion in Early Modern English Literature: Verse and Change from Donne to Dryden. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009.

PETER NOHRNBERG, PhD Spring 2003

Nohrnberg, Peter C.L. The Book the Poet Makes: Collection and Re-collection in W.B. Yeats’s The Tower and and Robert Lowell’s Life Studies. Cambridge, Ma.: Dept. of English and American Literature and Language Harvard University; Distributed by Harvard University Press, 1994.

JULIETTE WELLS, PhD Fall 2003

Hagan, Sandra and Juliette Wells, eds. The Brontes in the World of the Arts. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008.

JASON SHAFFER, PhDFall 2002

Shaffer, Jason. Performing Patriotism: National Identity in the Colonial and Revolutionary American Theater. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007.

ROBERT BELKNAP, PhD Spring 2001

Belknap, Robert E. The List: The Uses and Pleasures of Cataloguing. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004.

SEETA CHAGANTI, PhD Fall 2001

Chaganti, Seeta. The Medieval Poetics of the Reliquary: Enshrinement, Inscription, Performance. New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.

IMRAAN COOVADIA, PhD Fall 2001

Coovadia, Imraan. Authority and Authorship in V.S. Naipaul. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.

Coovadia, Imraan. The Wedding: A Novel. New York: Picador USA, 2001.

STEFANIE MARKOVITS, PhD Fall 2001

Markovits, Stefanie. The Crimean War in the British Imagination. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2009.

Markovits, Stefanie. The Crisis of Action in Nineteenth-Century English Literature. Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 2006.

ROBERT MEYER-LEE, PhD Fall 2001

Meyer-Lee, Robert. Poets and Power from Chaucer to Wyatt. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2007.

STEPHEN BURT, PhD Fall 2000

Burt, Stephen and David Mikics. The Art of the Sonnet. Cambridge, Mass.: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2010.

Burt, Stephen. Close Calls with Nonsense: Reading New Poetry. Saint Paul, Minn.: Graywolf Press, 2009.

Burt, Stephen and Nick Halpern, eds. Something Understood: Essays and Poetry for Helen Vendler. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2009.

Burt, Stephen. The Forms of Youth: Twentieth-Century Poetry and Adolescence. New York: Columbia University Press, 2007.

Burt, Stephen. Parallel Play: Poems. Saint Paul, Minn.: Graywolf Press, 2006.

Randall Jarrell on W.H. Auden. Edited by Stephen Burt, with Hannah Brooks-Motl. New York: Columbia University Press, 2005.

Burt, Stephen. Randall Jarrell and His Age. New York: Columbia University Press, 2002.

SHARON KIM, PhD Spring 1999

Kim, Sharon. Literary Epiphany in the Novel, 1850-1950. Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

MICHELE MARTINEZ, PhD Spring 1999

Martinez, Michele. Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Aurora Leigh: A Reading Guide. Edinburgh University Press, 2012.

EDWARD ADAMS,  PhD Fall 1993

Adams, Edward. Liberal Epic: The Victorian Practice of History from Gibbon to Churchill. University of Virginia Press, 2011.

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