Recent Publications

Our doctoral candidates’ innovative recent published work includes academic monographs, edited collections, and creative fiction and poetry.

Adam Barrows (2006), Time, Literature, and Cartography after the Spatial Turn (Palgrave, 2016)

James J. Berg (1996), and Chris Freeman, eds., Isherwood in Transit (University of Minnesota Press 2020)

Gloria Betcher (1994) and Douglas L. Biggs, Ames (Images of America) (Arcadia Publishing, 2019)

Daniel Birkholz (1999), Harley Manuscript Geographies: Literary History and the Medieval Miscellany (Manchester University Press, 2020)

Geraldine Brightwell (as Gerri Brightwell) (2004), Dead of Winter (Salt Publishing UK, 2016)

Marilyn M. Cooper (1980), The Animal Who Writes: A Posthumanist Composition (The University of Pittsburgh Press, 2019)

Lauren Curtright (2010) and Doris Bremm, eds., Sustainability and the City: Urban Poetics and Politics (Lexington Books, 2017)

Michael Dickel (1999), The Palm Reading After the Toad's Garden (Is a Rose Press, 2016)

Julie A. Eckerle (2002), and Naomi McAreavey, eds., Women's Life Writing and Early Modern Ireland (University of Nebraska Press, 2019)

Jack Halberstam (1991), Trans: A Quick and Quirky Account of Gender Variability (University of California Press, January 2018)

Steve Healey (2009), Safe Houses I have Known: Poems (Coffee House Press, 2020)

Nicholas Hengen Fox (2011), Reading as Collective Action: Texts as Tactics (University of Iowa Press, 2017)

Patricia Hodgell (1987), as P. C. Hodgell, By Demons Possessed (Baen Books, 2019)
_______, The Gates of Tagmeth (Baen Books, 2017)

Kathleen Howard (2009), as Kat Howard, An Unkindness of Magicians (Saga Press, 2017)
_______, Roses and Rot (Saga Press, 2016)

Michael Levy (1982) and Farah Mendlesohn, Children's Fantasy Literature: An Introduction (Cambridge University Press, 2016)

Megan McGurk (2002), Sass Mouth Dames: 30 Essential Women's Pictures 1929-1939  (Amazon Digital Services LLC, 2017)

Marilyn Nelson (1979), American Ace (Dial, 2016)

Trenton B. Olsen (2014), Wordsworth and Evolution in Victorian Literature: Entangled Influence (Routledge, 2019)

John Pistelli (2013), Portraits and Ashes: a novel (CreateSpace, 2017)

William Reichard (1997), Our Delicate Barricades Downed: Poems (Broadstone Books, 2021)

Katie Robison (2016), Firestorm (Quil Books, 2016)

Karen Roggenkamp (2007), Sympathy, Madness, and Crime: How Four Nineteenth-Century Journalists Made the Newspaper Women's Business (Kent State University Press, 2016)

Geoffrey Sirc (1985) and Thomas Rickert, California Cosmogony Curriculum: The Legacy of James Moffett (Intermezzo, 2016)

Joyce Sutphen (1996), Carrying Water to the Field: New and Selected Poems (University of Nebraska Press, 2019)
_______, The Green House (Salmon Poetry, 2017)

Timothy Sweet (1988), ed., Literary Cultures of the Civil War (University of Georgia Press, 2016)

Maurits Van BeverDonker (2013), Ross Truscott, Premesh Premsh Lalu and Gary Minkley (eds.), Remains of the Social: Desiring the Post-Apartheid (Wits University Press, 2017)

Karen Woods Weierman (1999), The Case of the Slave-Child, Med: Free Soil in Antislavery Boston (University of Massachusetts Press, 2020)