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Department of English and Literary Arts

Department of English

Research & Publications

Faculty Publications

Linda Bensel-Meyers

Books:

  • Rhetoric for Academic Reasoning. HarperCollins, 1992.
  • Literary Culture. Simon & Schuster, 1999; rev. 2000; 2/E 2002.
  • New Student's Guide to Research. Simon & Schuster, 1997; 2/e, 1999; 3/e, 2001.

Articles:

  • "Philosophical Art or Rhetorical Skill: How Perelman's Ethical Pluralism Makes McKeon's Analytical Pluralism Ethically Conscientious." In The Promise of Reason: Studies in The New Rhetoric. Southern Illinois University Press, 2011: 162-70.
  • "The Tortoise Could Win: How The Economy is Exposing the Lie That Intercollegiate Athletics is Good for Higher Education." Teachers College Record (2009): n.p.
  • "English Emblem Book Reception Theory and the Meditations of Renaissance Women," in The
  • Changing Tradition: Women in the History of Rhetoric. U of Calgary P, 1999: 97-108.
  • "Empowering the Audience: The Rhetorical Poetics of Renaissance Drama." Style 23:1 (1989): 70-86.

Other Work:

  • Imagistic Reasoning in English Renaissance Culture: The Emblem Tradition and Rhetorical
  • Education. [book manuscript in progress].
  • "A Figure Cut in Alabaster": Widows on the English Stage, 1540-1640. [near submission]
Clark Davis

Books:

  • It Starts with Trouble: William Goyen and the Life of Writing. University of Texas Press, 2015.
  • Hawthorne's Shyness: Ethics, Politics, and the Question of Engagement. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2005.
  • After the Whale: Melville in the Wake of Moby-Dick. University of Alabama Press, 1995.
  • Awarded the press's Elizabeth Agee Prize for best manuscript submission in American literature, 1993.

Articles:

  • "Melville and the Poetics of Ventriloquism: Giving Voice 'At the Hostelry.'" Melville as Poet: The Art of 'Pulsed Life.' Ed. Sanford Marovitz. Kent State University Press, 2013.
  • "Herman Melville." The Cambridge Companion to American Novelists. Ed. Timothy Parish. Cambridge University Press, 2012.
  • "'Environment is all': William Goyen's East Texas." Southwest Review 94.3 (Summer 2009): 430-49.
  • "William Goyen and the Strangeness of Reading." Raritan 28.4 (Spring 2009): 138-57.
  • " 'Not Like Any Form of Activity': Waiting in Emerson, Melville, and Weil." Common Knowledge 15.1 (2009): 39-58.
  • "Outside the Custom House?: On the Philosophy of Shyness." Common Knowledge 12.3 (Fall 2006): 410-19.
  • "The Hungry Art of William Goyen." The Southern Review 40.4 (Autumn 2004): 816-28.
  • "Facing the Veil: Hawthorne, Hooper, and Ethics." Arizona Quarterly 55.4 (Winter 1999): 1-19.
Donna Beth Ellard

Articles:

  • “Ella's Bloody Eagle: Sharon Turner, Sacrifice, and Anglo-Saxon History." postmedieval: a journal of medieval cultural studies. 5.2 (2014): 215-34.
  • "Exphrastic Beowulf: Defying Death and Staying Alive in Anglo-Saxon Studies." In Staying Alive: A Survival Manual for the Liberal Arts by L.A.O. Fradenburg. Brooklyn, NY: punctum books, 2013.
  • "Going Interspecies, Going Interlingual, and Flying Away with the Phoenix." Exemplaria 23.3. (2011): 268-92
Rachel Feder

Articles

  • “The Poetic Limit: Mathematics, Aesthetics, and the Crisis of Infinity,” ELH 81.1 (2014): 167-195.
  • “The Experimental Dorothy Wordsworth,” Studies in Romanticism 53.4 (2014): 541-559.
  • “‘Zonkey Romanticism” forthcoming in Romantic Circles Pedagogy Commons.

Other Work

  • Words with Friends (poetry).  dancing girl press chapbook series, 2014.
Graham Foust

Books (Poetry):

  • Time Down to Mind. Chicago: Flood Editions, 2015.
  • To Anacreon in Heaven and Other Poems. Chicago: Flood Editions, 2013.
  • An Amazon Best Book of 2013Shortlisted for the 2014 Believer Poetry Award
  • A Mouth in California. Chicago: Flood Editions, 2009.
  • Necessary Stranger. Chicago: Flood Editions, 2007.
  • Finalist: Northern California Independent Booksellers Association Book of the Year Award.
  • Leave the Room to Itself. Boise, ID: Ahsahta Press, 2003.
  • Winner: 2003 Sawtooth Poetry Prize.
  • As in Every Deafness. Chicago: Flood Editions, 2003.

Books (Translation):

  • Of Entirety Speak the Sentence [translation of Ernst Meister's Sage vom Ganzen den Satz]. With Samuel Frederick. Seattle & New York: Wave Books, forthcoming 2016.
  • Wallless Space [translation of Ernst Meister's Wandloser Raum]. With Samuel Frederick. Seattle & New York: Wave Books, forthcoming September 2014.
  • In Time's Rift [translation of Ernst Meister's Im Zeitspalt]. With Samuel Frederick. Seattle & New York: Wave Books, 2012.

Selected Reviews:

Interview:

  • With Barbara Claire Freeman: http://omniverse.us/barbara-claire-freeman-interviews-graham-foust/
Jan Gorak

Books

Reissue of The Making of the Modern Canon (Bloomsbury 2014).

“T.S. Eliot and the Prophetic Tradition,’ in Stephen Prickett, The Edinburgh Companion to the Bible and the Arts (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2014).

 

Articles

‘Angels, Dancers, Mermaids: The Hidden History of Peckham in Muriel Spark’s The Ballad of Peckham Rye,’ Scottish Literary Review (Spring/Summer) 2014, 29-46.

 

Other Work

Manuscript Reviewer for Scottish Literary Review, Plenary Lecturer at the University of Bucharest.  

 

Eric Gould
Book: The University in a Corporate Culture.  Yale University Press, 2003.  Won the 2004 Frandson Prize for Literature from the UCEA.
Book chapter: “The University, the Marketplace, and Civil Society.”  The Business of Higher Education, ed. John C. Knapp and David J. Siegel.  Praeger, 2009.

 

Tayana Hardin

PUBLICATIONS

 

Doug Hesse

PUBLICATIONS

 

W. Scott Howard

Selected Awards

Yale University, Beinecke Library, Donald C. Gallup Research Fellowship, 2015.

NEH Digital Humanities & Interdisciplinary Research Grant, 2011-12.

The Pew Charitable Trusts, Teaching Fellowship, 1996.

Publications

Books:

  • Archive and Artifact: Susan Howe's Poetics. Talisman, scheduled for 2017.
  • SPINNAKERS. The Lune, 2016.
  • Ann Collins and the Historical Imagination. Ashgate, 2014.
  • ROPES. Delete, 2014. Available here
  • The Divorce Tracts of John Milton: Texts and Contexts. Duquesne, 2010.

Multigraphs:

Selected Articles (since 2006):

Selected Book Chapters (since 2006):

  • "Archives on Trial: 'Executing' Richard II and Eikon Basilike in the Digital Age." Teaching Early Modern Literature From the Archives. MLA, 2014. 152-61.
  • "Apophatic Haecceity: William Bronk & the Analytic Lyric." William Bronk in the Twenty-First Century. Talisman, 2013. 81-91.
  • "'That Noble Flame': Literary History & Regenerative Time in Katherine Philips' Elegies and Society of Friendship." Dialogism & Lyric Self-Fashioning: Bakhtin and the Voices of a Genre. Susquehanna, 2008. 136-62.
  • "'Fire harvest: harvest fire': Resistance, Sacrifice & Historicity in the Elegies of Robert Hayden." Reading the Middle Generation Anew: Culture, Community, and Form in Twentieth-Century American Poetry. Iowa, 2006. 133-52.

Selected Literary Essays:

Selected Poetry:

Peer-Reviewed Journals (Founding Editor):

Selected Reviews (of books):

Selected Interview:

Laird Hunt

PUBLICATIONS

Interviews:

  • "Award Winning Author and Professor Shares Love of Creative Writing with Audiences Around the Globe" by Naomi McMillen for Expressions: https://www.du.edu/ahss/media/documents/archived_stories/may15faculty.pdf 
Eleanor McNees

Books:

Eucharistic Poetry:  The Search for Real Presence in John Donne, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Dylan Thomas and Geoffrey Hill. Lewisburg: PA: Bucknell UP, 1991.

Edited Collections:

Selected Papers from the 18th Annual Conference on Virginia Woolf. Ed. Eleanor McNees and Sara

Veglahn. Clemson, SC: Clemson UP, 2009.

The Development of the Novel: Literary Sources and Documents. 3 vols. Ed. Eleanor McNees. London: Helm Information Ltd., East Sussex, England, 2006.

Critical Assessments of the Brontë Sisters, 4 vols. Ed. Eleanor McNees. London: Helm Information Ltd. East Sussex, England, 1996.

Critical Assessments of Virginia Woolf, 4 vols. Ed. Eleanor McNees.  London: Helm Information Ltd., East Sussex, England, 1993.

Scholarly Editions:

The Years by Virginia Woolf. Ed and annotated by EleanorMcNees.  New York: Harcourt, 2008.

Selected Articles:

History as Scaffolding: Woolf’s Use of The Times in TheYears.” Seclected Papers from the 22nd Annual

 Virginia Woolf Conference. Eds. Kathryn Holland and Ann Martin. Clemson, SC: Clemson UP, (2013. 41-

49.

“Public Transport in Woolf’s City Novels: The London Omnibus.” Woolf and the City: Selected Papers from the 19th Annual Virginia Woolf Conference. Eds. Elizabeth Evans and Sarah Cornish. Clemson, SC: Clemson UP, 2010. 31-39.

“Accounts for the Arm-Chair Traveler: The Italy of Badham and Dickens.” The Victorians and Italy: Literature, Travel, Politics and Art. Eds. Alessandro Vescovi, Luisa Villa and Paul Vita. Milan, IT: Polimetrica International Scientific Publisher, 2009. 45-60.

Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine and Dickens’s Pictures from Italy: Another Source for the Italian Letters?” Conference Proceedings from University of Genoa, 2008-09.

Reluctant Source: Murray’s Handbooks and Pictures from Italy,” Dickens Quarterly, Dec. 2007: 211-29.

Selected Reviews:

Review of The Years, ed. Anna Snaith, Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2012. Virginia

Woolf Quarterly (Spring 2014).

Review of Virginia Woolf’s Essayism, by Randi Saloman. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2012 in Virginia Woolf Bulletin (January 2014).

Review of Virginia Woolf and the Spanish Civil War, by Lolly Ockerstrom. Cecil Woolf Publishers

(Bloomsbury Heritage Series, No. 66). London, 2012. Woolf Bulletin (September 2013): 62-64.

Review of Julian Bell: From Bloomsbury to the Spanish Civil War, by Peter Stansky and William

Abrahams. Stanford: Stanford UP, 2012. Virginia Woolf Bulletin (September 2012): 70-72.                                                                      

Maik Nwosu

Books:

  • The African Comic Imagination in Modern African Literature and Cinema: A Poetics of Laughter. Routledge, New York, 2016.
  • A Gecko's Farewell (novel). Parrésia, Lagos, 2016.
  • The Critical Imagination in African Literature: Essays in Honor of Michael J. C. Echeruo. Ed. Maik Nwosu and Obiwu. Syracuse University Press, New York, 2015.
  • Markets of Memories: Between the Postcolonial and the Transnational. Trenton, New Jersey: Africa World Press, Trenton, NJ, 2011.
  • Alpha Song (novel). Beacon Books, Lagos, 2001.
  • Invisible Chapters (novel). Tivolick, Lagos, 1999.
  • Suns of Kush (poetry). Malthouse Press, Lagos, 1998.
  • Return to Algadez (short stories). Malthouse Press, Lagos, 1997.

Articles:

  • "The Festival Spirit and the Comic Horizon in African Literature." Journal of Narrative Theory, 46.2 (Summer 2016): 151-170.
  • "The Figuration of the Un: Between African and World Literature." The Critical Imagination in African Literature. Ed. Maik Nwosu and Obiwu. Syracuse University Press, New York, 2015: 25-43.
  • "Derek Walcott and the Idea of Postcolonial Globalization." Critical Insights: Cultural Encounters. Ed. Nicholas Birns and Eugene Lang Colleg. Salem Press, Ipswich, MA, 2012.
  • "In the Name of the Sign: The Nsibidi Script as the Language and Literature of the Crossroads." Semiotica: Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies 2010.182 (October 2010): 285-303.
  • "A Poetics of Laughter: Characterizing the African Comic Novel." Commonwealth Essays and Studies 32.2 (Spring 2010): 35-46.
  • "'Barrabás came to us by sea': Absence and Presence in Isabel Allende's The House of the Spirits." Transnational Literature. 1.2 (May 2009): 1-12.
  • "Derek Walcott's Omeros and the Refiguration of the Caribbean Eden." Journal of Postcolonial Writing 44.2 (June 2008): 127-137.
  • "The River, the Earth, and the Spirit World: Joseph Conrad, Chinua Achebe, Ben Okri, and the Novel in Africa." Matatu: Journal for African Culture and Society 35 (Texts, Tasks, and Theories: Versions and Subversions in African Literatures 3). Eds. Tobias Robert Klein, Ulrike Auga, and Viola Prüschenk. Editions Rodopi, Amsterdam and New York, 93-109.
  • "Christopher Okigbo and the Postcolonial Market of Memories." Research in African Literatures 34.8 (Winter 2007): 70-86.
  • "Children of the Anthill: Nsukka and the Shaping of Nigeria's 1960s Literary Generation." English in Africa 32.1 (May 2005): 37-50.

Other Work:

  • "An African Dystopia" – Review of Sanya Osha's On A Sad Weather-Beaten Couch, Sentinel Literary Quarterly, April-June 2017: 28-34.
  • "Isé" (poem). On Broken Wings: An Anthology of Best Contemporary Nigerian Poetry. Ed. Unoma Azuah. DLite Press, Yorktown Heights, NY, 2014.
  • "Like a Blood Parable" (poem). We Have Crossed Many Rivers: New Poems from Africa. Ed. Dike Okoro. Malthouse Press, Lagos, 2012: 210-212.
  • "Christopher Ifekandu Okigbo." Oxford Dictionary of African Biography. Eds. Emmanuel K. Akyeampong and Henry Louis Gates, Jr. Oxford University Press, New York, 2011.
  • "ụgbọ-anị: automobile." Lexikon der Sperrigen Worter [Short Dictionary of Unwieldy Words], Akademie Schloss Solitude, Stuttgart, Germany, 2010: 272-274.
  • "In Parenthesis" (short story). Agni Online (October 2010).
  • "Night Song" (poem). Lagos of the Poets. Ed. Odia Ofeimun. Hornbill House, Lagos, 2010: 214-216
  • "In Biafra" (short story). Fiction International 42 (November/December 2009): 100-107.
  • "In Leopardville" (short story). New Writing from Africa. Ed. Robin Malan. Johnson & KingJames, Cape Town, 2009: 105-115.
  • "In the Time of His Excellency" (short story). The Dublin Quarterly: International Literary Review No.13 (Nov. 2008 - Feb. 2009). http://www.dublinquarterly.com
  • "In America" (short story). El Ghibli 5.22 (December 2008).
  • "In the Shadow of His Excellency (short story)." New Writing 14. Granta, London, 2006: 236-244.
  • "Like an Angelus" and "River Legend" (poems). DrumVoices Revue 13 (Spring 2005): 100-103.
Bin Ramke

Books:

Light Wind Light Light, Omnidawn, 2018.

Missing the Moon. Omnidawn, 2014.

Aerial. Omnidawn, 2012. Aerial was a finalist for 2013 Los Angeles Times book award 

Selected Reviews:

Publishers Weekly: http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-890650-60-5 & https://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-63243-000-7 

Boston Review: http://bostonreview.net/poetry-microreview/bin-ramke-aerial

Interview: 

With Tony Leuzi: http://eoagh.com/?p=123

With Rob McLennan: http://robmclennan.blogspot.com/2012/09/12-or-20-second-series-with-bin-ramke.html

 

Adam Rovner
Books: Selected Academic Articles:
  • "Jewish Geographies: Jabotinsky and Modernism." Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas. 15:2 (2017): 315-339.
  • "What If the 'Uganda Plan' Had Succeeded?" in "If Only We Had Died in Egypt!": What Ifs of Jewish History from Abraham to Zionism. Ed. Gavriel Rosenfeld. Cambridge UP: [2016]: 165-186.
  • “The Shape of Time in Microfiction: Alex Epstein and the Search for Lost Time.” Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies. 33.4 (2015): 73-95.
  • "Forcing the End: Apocalyptic Israeli Fiction (1971-2009)." Narratives of Dissent: War in Contemporary Israeli Arts and Culture. Eds. Rachel S. Harris and Ranen Omer-Sherman. Wayne State UP: 2012. (205-220)
  • "Alternate History: The Case of Nava Semel's IsraIsland and Michael Chabon's The Yiddish Policemen's Union." Partial Answers: Journal of Literature and the History of Ideas. Vol. 9. No.1 (2011): 131-152.
  • "Hebrew Literature Post-1948." The Cambridge Dictionary of Jewish Religion, History, and Culture. Ed. Judith Baskin. Cambridge UP, 2012. (381-384)
  • "A Fable: Or, How to Recognize a Narrative When You Play One." Journal of Gaming and Virtual Worlds. Vol. 1. No. 2 (2010): 99-117.
  • "So Easily Assimilated: The New Immigrant Chic." Association for Jewish Studies Review 30:2 (2006): 314-324.
  • "Jewish Humor in Our Popular Culture: The Little Men Come and Go." The Jewish Role in American Life. Vol. 4 (2004): 74-107.
  • "Instituting the Holocaust: Comic Fiction and the Moral Career of the Survivor." Journal of Jewish Culture and History 5.2 (2003): 1-24.
Interview:
  • The 7:30 Report. Australian Broadcasting Company (Dec. 2009)
Documentary Film:
Selah Saterstrom

Books:

  • Slab. Coffee House Press, Spring 2015.
  • Tiger Goes to the Dogs, Limited Edition Letterpress Chapbook. Nor By Press, 2013.
  • The Meat and Spirit Plan. Coffee House Press, 2007.
  • The Pink Institution. Coffee House Press, 2004.
  • Named Best Book of the Year by Venus MagazineNamed Best Book of the Year by the New Orleans Gambit

Selected Reviews:

  • The Quarterly Conversation: The Meat and Spirit Plan, Review by Scott Bryan Wilson. http://quarterlyconversation.com/the-meat-and-spirit-plan-by-selah-saterstrom-review
  • Publishers Weekly: The Pink Institution reviewed http://publishersweekly.com/978-1-56689-155-4

Interviews:

  • With Jillian Mukavetz: http://womensquarterlyconversation.com/2012/03/26/profiles-in-linguistics-and-poetics-selah-saterstrom/
  • With Elizabeth Frankie Rollins: http://blog.bestamericanpoetry.com/the_best_american_poetry/2013/04/the-punk-singer-and-the-florist-a-conversation-between-frankie-rollins-and-selah-saterstrom-by-sarah.html

Other Work (or you may use this to list a current research project):

  • Curated Reading/Performance: Madame Harriette Presents: TRAN(S): An Evening of Performances and Installations. Counterpath Gallery. February 2014.
Eleni Sikelianos

Publications

Books

  • You Animal Machine (The Golden Greek) (hybrid memoir/essay)
  • (Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, June, 2013); starred Kirkus review
  • The Loving Details of the Living & the Dead (Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, April, 2013); one of Library Journals best poetry books of 2013; starred Publisher's Weekly review
  • Body Clock (Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, 2008)
  • The Book of Jon, Literary Nonfiction / Hybrid (San Francisco: City Lights, 2004). (One of Barnes & Noble's Ten Best Books of 2004.)
  • The California Poem, book-length poem (Minneapolis: Coffee House Press: 2004). (Finalist for the Balcones Prize.)
  • The Monster Lives of Boys & Girls (Los Angeles: Green Integer, National Poetry Series, 2003)
  • Earliest Worlds (Minneapolis: Coffee House Press, April 2001). (Finalist for the Academy of American Poets Walt Whitman Prize; winner of the James P. Phelan Award. An Academy of American Poets Book-of-the-Month Club selection.)
  • The Book of Tendons (Sausalito: Post-Apollo Press, 1997)
  • To Speak While Dreaming (Boulder: Selva Editions, 1993)

Books

  • Toi Machine Animal, to be translated by Christophe Claro (Paris: Actes Sud, in Translation 2015)
  • The Book of Jon, into Greek (Athens: Pataki Editions, 2015)
  • Le livre de Jon, translated into French by Christophe Claro (Paris: Actes Sud, 2012)
  • Le poème californie, trans. Béatrice Trotingon, (Montpellier, France: Éditions Grèges, 2012)
  • Du Soleil, de l'histoire, de la vision, selected poems translated into the French by Béatrice Trotignon (Montpellier, France: Éditions Grèges, 2007)

Awards & Grants

  • Residency at Marfa, Lannan Foundation Award Fellowships
  • Bourse de traduction, Centre national du livre, France (2010)
  • Belles Etrangères Fellow (Centre national du livre), France (2009)
  • Balcones Poetry Prize finalist for The California Poem (2005)
  • The National Poetry Series (2002)
  • Princeton University Seeger Fellow (2001)
  • New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship for Non-fiction Literature
  • Fulbright Scholar (Writer's Award), Greece (1999/2000)
  • New York State Council for the Arts Translation Grant for Verses on Bird
  • James D. Phelan Award for Blue Guide (1999)
  • La Maison des Écrivains Étrangers et des Traducteurs Fellow, France (1999)
  • Yaddo Fellow (2004, 2003 & 1999)
  • Gertrude Stein Awards for Innovative American Writing (1997 & 1995)
  • National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship in Poetry (1995)
  • California Arts Council Residency Grant (1994 -1995)

Work is widely anthologized, including in the following anthologies

  • Contemporary Innovative Women Poets (poems, interview, and an essay on my work), eds., Mary Biddinger, John Gallaher, and Nick Sturm, The Akron Series in Contemporary Poetics (Akron: University of Akron Press, forthcoming 2015)
  • Out of Everywhere: Linguistically Innovative Women Poets in North American and the UK (London: Reality Street, forthcoming 2015)
  • The Americas Anthology of New Writings: From Patagonia to Nunavut (Lubbock: Texas Tech University Press, 2015)
  • Postmodern American Poetry: A Norton Anthology, ed. Paul Hoover, New York: W.W. Norton (2014)
  • The &NOW Awards 2: The Best Innovative Writing, &NOW Books (Lake Forest: Lake Forest College Press, 2014)
  • Funk & Wag from A to Z (artist's book and poems on Mel Chin's Funk & Wag from A to   Z) (Menil Collection Press, Houston, 2014)
  • The Aracdia Project, eds. Corey and Waldrep, Ahsahta Press, 2012
  • Paris: an Anthology, eds. Barns and Fernandez, Toronto: Tightrope Books, Toronto, 2011
  • American Hybrid: A Norton Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, eds. Cole Swensen and David St. John, New York: W.W. Norton, 2008
  • Satellite Convulsions: Poems from Tin House, eds. Brenda Shaughnessy and CJ Evans, Portland: Tin House Books, 2008
  • A Best of Fence: The First Nine Years, ed. Caroline Crumpacker, New York: Fence Books, 2008
  • Efforts & Affections: America's New Women Poets and the Generation that Inspires Them, Iowa City: Iowa University Press, 2008
  • The Reality Street Book of Sonnets, ed. Jeff Hilson, Hastings, U.K.: Reality Street Editions, 2008

Reviews

Of The Loving Detail of the Living and the Dead

  • Publishers Weekly (starred review): http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-56689-324-4 (this page leads to five PW review of my work; not sure we need to list each? )
  • Boston Review: http://www.bostonreview.net/poetry-microreview/microreview-eleni-sikelianos-loving-detail-living-dead
  • Robmclennan Blog: http://robmclennan.blogspot.com/2014/02/eleni-sikelianos-loving-detail-of.html
  • Library Journal: http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2013/04/reviews/thirty-essential-poetry-titles-for-spring-2013/#_
  • Library Journal (best poetry of 2013): http://reviews.libraryjournal.com/2013/12/best-of/best-books-2013-poetry/

Of You Animal Machine (Book out in June)

Some Reviews of The California Poem and The Book of Jon

Selected recent Interviews

Bill Stratton

Books

Buried in Shades of Night : Contested Voices, Indian Captivity, and the Legacy of King Philip's War ,University of Arizona Press, 2013; pb. 2014.

Editor, A Critical Companion to the Fictions of Stephen Graham Jones, University of New Mexico Press, forthcoming, 2015.

Articles

“Reading Through Peoplehood: Towards a Culturally Responsive Approach to Native American Literature and Oral Tradition” in Twenty-First Perspectives on Indigenous Studies: Native North America in (Trans)motion. Eds. Birgit Däwes, Karsten Fitz, Sabine Meyer, Routledge (in press, 2015).

“‘You have liberty to return to your own country:’ Tecumseh, Myth and the Mediation of Native Sovereignty,” in Mediating Indianness. Ed. Cathy Covell Waegner, Michigan State University Press (in press, 2015)

“Everything depends on reaching the coast:” Inscriptions of Placelessness in John Hillcoat’s adaptation of The Road,”Arizona Quarterly 70:4 (2014).

“‘A Reservation Hero is a Hero Forever:’ Basketball, Irony, and Humor in the Novels of James Welch, Sherman Alexie, and Stephen Graham Jones,” in Native Games: Indigenous Peoples and Sports in the Post-Colonial World. Eds. Chris Hallinan and Barry Judd. Bingley U.K.: Emerald Group Publishing, 2013. 43-57.

“Towards a Heteroholistic Approach to Native American Literature,” Weber the Contemporary West, 29:2 (2013): 148-150.

“Deterritorialization, Pure War, and the Consequences of Indian Captivity in Transnational Colonial Discourse,” Rhizomes, 24 (2012): http://rhizomes.net/issue24/stratton.html.

 “‘el brujo es un coyote:’ Taxonomies of Trauma in Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian,” Arizona Quarterly, 67:3 (2011): 151-172.

“Alone on the Colorado: Glen Canyon, Edward Abbey, and the Origins of Radical Environmentalism,” Weber: The Contemporary West, 27:2 (2011): 97-109.

“The Poetics of Decolonization: Linguistic Subversion in the Work of Laura Tohe,” Red Ink, 14:1 (2008): 66-71.

With Frances Washburn, “The Peoplehood Matrix: A New Theory of American Indian Literature,” Wíčazo Ša Review, 28:1 (2008): 82-118.

Kristy L. Ulibarri

Articles

"Documenting the U.S.-Mexico Border: Photography, Movement, and Paradox." Art Journal. (forthcoming 2018)

"Quotidian Inequality: Free-Market Logic in Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez's The Dirty Girls Social Club and Helena María Viramontes' Their Dogs Came with Them." Aztlán. (forthcoming Fall 2017)

"Speculating Latina Radicalism: Labour and Motherhood in Lunar Braceros 2125-2148." Feminist Review. (forthcoming Fall 2017)

"Consuming Aztecs, Producing Workers: Economies of Indigeneity and Ambivalence in the Chicana/o and Latina/o Imagination." Latino Studies 14.2 (2016): 214-233.

"Neoliberalism." The Routledge Companion to Latino/a Literatures. Eds. Frances R. Aparicio and Suzanne Bost. London: Routledge, 2012. 152-161.