Submissions from 2017

From Nawab to Jihadi: The Transformation of Muslim Identity in Popular Indian Cinema, Alpana Sharma

Submissions from 2016

Working with Anzaldúa's Writing Notas: An Archival Experiment in Three Parts, AnaLouise Keating, Kelli D. Zaytoun, and Betsy Dahms

Luke Fildes's The Doctor, Narrative Painting, and the Selfless Professional Ideal, Barry Milligan

‘Sometimes in America Race Is Class’: The Erasure of Class under Race in Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's Americanah, Alpana Sharma

Resistance as Shapeshifter: A Posthumanist Reading of Subjectivity and Death in the Fiction of Gloria Anzaldúa and Clarice Lispector, Kelli D. Zaytoun

Sisterhood in Movement: Feminist Solidarity in France and the United States, Kelli D. Zaytoun and Judith Ezekiel

Submissions from 2015


Involuntary Settlers, Voluntary Colonials: The Contingent Nature of Subaltern Freedoms in the Caribbean, Shona N. Jackson


Labour, Solidarity, and Death: The Enunciative Freedoms of Involuntary Settler Politics, Shona N. Jackson

Nostalgia, Hope Jennings

Engaging Writers with Multigenre Research Projects: A Teachers Guide, Nancy Mack

Opium and the Orient: The Alien Within Us, Barry Milligan


Afghanistan, Alpana Sharma

Cinematic Representation of Muslims in Indian Cinema, Alpana Sharma


From Here to There, Alpana Sharma

“Now Let Us Shift” the Subject: Tracing the Path and Posthumanist Implications of La Naguala / The Shapeshifter in the Works of Gloria Anzaldúa, Kelli D. Zaytoun

Submissions from 2014


Humanity beyond the Regime of Labor: Antiblackness, Indigeneity, and the Legacies of Colonialism in the Caribbean, Shona N. Jackson


Indigeneity, Settler Colonialism, and Blackness: Responding to Shona Jackson’s Creole Indigeneity, Shona N. Jackson

Risk, Blackness, and Postcolonial Studies: An Introduction, Shona N. Jackson

The Re/Presentation of the Indigenous Caribbean in Literature, Shona N. Jackson


To be Anti-Black is to be Anti-Indigenous: Reflections on Emancipation, Shona N. Jackson

Book Review: Angela Carter and Decadence: Critical Fictions/Fictional Critiques, Hope Jennings

Book Review: Decadent Daughters and Monstrous Mothers: Angela Carter and European Gothic, Hope Jennings


Exploring Alternative Spaces for Pursuing Social Justice in the Women's Studies Classroom, Hope Jennings and Jennifer M. Money


Critical Memoir and Identity Formation: Being, Belonging, Becoming, Nancy Mack

Radio Interview: Shona N. Jackson, Vonulrick Martin and Shona N. Jackson

Place-Based Genre Writing as Critical Expressivist Practice, David Seitz


Color Me White: Naturalism/Naturalization in American Literature (Review), Alpana Sharma

No Recourse but to the Nation: A Reading of Shonali Bose's Amu, Alpana Sharma

Submissions from 2013

Disciplinary Lessons: Myth, Female Desire, and the Monstrous Maternal in Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight Series, Hope Jennings and Christine R. Wilson


Colorful Revision: Color-Coded Comments Connected to Instruction, Nancy Mack

Mission Kashmiriyat: Paradise Lost and (Re)Gained?, Alpana Sharma


The Parchment of Kashmir (review), Alpana Sharma

Books from 2012

Creole Indigeneity: Between Myth and Nation in the Caribbean, Shona N. Jackson

Genesis and Gender: The Word, the Flesh, and the Fortunate Fall in ‘Peter and the Wolf’ and ‘Penetrating to the Heart of the Forest’, Hope Jennings


Bullying Reconsidered: Educating for Emotional Literacy, Nancy Mack

English Journal, Nancy Mack


Decolonizing the Modernist Mind, Alpana Sharma


Slumdog Millionaire: The Film, the Reception, the Book, the Global, Alpana Sharma


The Modernism of Shashi Deshpande, Alpana Sharma

A Case for the Self-in-Coalition: Exploring Anzaldúa's Legacy of La Naguala with Lugones' Complex Communication, Kelli D. Zaytoun

Beyond Self-Authorship: Fifth Order and the Capacity for Social Consciousness, Kelli D. Zaytoun

Submissions from 2011


Basquiat after Dial: Bridging the Gap between Black Labor and Critique, Shona N. Jackson

Consolation, Affirmation, and Convention: The Popular Reception of American Naturalist Texts, Carol Loranger

A Place for Dialogue Among Home and Academic Voices: Multigenre Writing, Nancy Mack

Writing Multiple Genres: Connecting Local and Academic Knowledge, Nancy Mack


The Poet as Botanist by M. M. Mahood (Review), Barry Milligan

Mocking Discourse in Rhetoric: Parody and Pedagogy, David Seitz

Writing Place-Based Genres: Community Bonds, Local History, and Global Influences, David Seitz


Closet Feminists: Women at University Branch Campuses, Christine R. Wilson and Hope Jennings

Shifting, Kelli D. Zaytoun

Submissions from 2010

The Baptism of Soil: Rooplall Monar and the Aesthetics of the Kala Pani Modern, Shona N. Jackson


"A Repeating World": Redeeming the Past and Future in the Utopian Dystopia of Jeanette Winterson's The Stone Gods, Hope Jennings


The Comic Apocalypse of The Year of the Flood, Hope Jennings


The Ethics of Nostalgia in Arundhati Roy's The God of Small Things, Hope Jennings


The Prologue (To Everything that Came Before), Hope Jennings


A Thought, Nancy Mack


My Kind of People, Nancy Mack

Questions I Have Been Asked, Nancy Mack

Teaching Grammar with Poetry Patterns: Reading, Writing, and Reflecting, Nancy Mack


Using Poetry to Teach Grammar, Nancy Mack

Vygotsky, Self-Regulation, and the Work of Emotion, Nancy Mack

Submissions from 2009


Creole Aesthetics and Indigenous Identity in the Caribbean, Shona N. Jackson

The Economy of Babel or "Can I Buy a Vowel?", Shona N. Jackson

American Hungers: The Problem of Poverty in U.S. Literature, 1840-1945, Carol Loranger

Prospects for the Study of American Literature, Carol Loranger

Multigenre Writing: A New Wave of Hybrid, Cross-Genre, and Multimodal Assignments, Nancy Mack


Representations of the Field in Graduate Courses: Using Parody to Question All Positions, Nancy Mack


Skunk, Nancy Mack

The Imposter Phenomenon as Academic Identity Conflict: A Pedagogy of Welcome for Working Class Students, Nancy Mack

Writing Genre Parodies to Better Understand Rhetoric, David Seitz

Submissions from 2008


The "I" of Possibility: A Theory of Creole Indigeneity in the Caribbean, Shona N. Jackson

Book Review: Re-Visiting Angela Carter: Texts, Contexts, Intertexts, Hope Jennings


Dystopian Matriarchies: Deconstructing the Womb in Angela Carter's Heroes and Villains and The Passion of New Eve, Hope Jennings

Fable, Hope Jennings

The Elements of Literacy, Julie Lindquist and David Seitz

American Naturalism and the Jews: Garland, Norris, Dreiser, Wharton, and Cather, Carol Loranger

Don’t Let Grammar Make You Grumpy: Brain Friendly Language Strategies, Nancy Mack

Energy and Enthusiasm: Don’t Start the School Year without Them, Nancy Mack

Teaching Grammar with Perfect Poems for Middle School: Engaging Lessons with Model Poems That Motivate Kids to Learn Grammar and Write Well, Nancy Mack


"What Should I Write?" Helping Students Respond to Prompts, Nancy Mack

Women in Eighteenth-Century British Fiction and Transatlantic Politics, Martin Maner

The Making of Addiction: The “Use and Abuse” of Opium in Nineteenth-Century Britain by Louise Foxcroft (Review), Barry Milligan

Paradise Lost in Mission Kashmir: Global Terrorism, Local Insurgencies, and the Question of Kashmir in Indian Cinema, Alpana Sharma

New Pathways toward Understanding Self-in-Relation: Anzaldúan (Re)Visions for Developmental Psychology, Kelli D. Zaytoun

Submissions from 2007

An Interview with Leila H. Taylor, Shona N. Jackson

Forward - Alien-Nation and Repatriation: Translating Identity in Anglophone Caribbean Literature, Shona N. Jackson

Love, Loss, and the "Art" of Making Gumbo: An Interview with Eileen Julien, Shona N. Jackson

Not Naming the Race: An Interview with Charles Henry Rowell, Shona N. Jackson

Perfecting Habit: Guyana Callaloo and the Migration of "Poor People's Food": An Interview with Evelyn London, Shona N. Jackson

What is this Thing Called Callaloo? An Introduction, Shona N. Jackson

An Unauthorised Other, Hope Jennings

Book Review: Red Riding Hood and the Wolf in Bed: Modernisms Fairy Tales, Hope Jennings


Dystopias of Matriarchal Power: Deconstructing the womb in Angela Carter’s Heroes and Villains and The Passion of New Eve, Hope Jennings


Promoting Engagement: Young Adult Literature, Picture Books, and Traditional Themes for Secondary Students, Sally Lamping, Nancy Mack, and Angela Beumer Johnson

A Son of the Middle Border / A Daughter of the Middle Border, Carol Loranger

Being the Namer or the Named: Working-Class Discourse Conflicts, Nancy Mack

Multigenre Folklore Reports: Creating a Dialogue Among Interviews and Sources, Nancy Mack

Politicized Representations of the Field: Using Parody to Question All Positions, Nancy Mack

Brunonianism, Radicalism, and ‘The Pleasures of Opium’, Barry Milligan


Shelley and Vitality by Sharon Ruston (Review), Barry Milligan