Articles, Book Chapters, Creative Work
David Anthony, “Fantasies of Conversion: The Sensational Jewess in Poe and Hawthorne’s America,” American Literary History, 26.3 (Fall 2014): 1-30.
Pinckney Benedict, “Foreword,” in Red Holler, ed. John Branscum and Wayne Thomas (Lousville: Sarabande, 2013), ix-xii.
Scott Blackwood, “You Came into the Fire” (fiction) in Chicago Tribune: Printer’s Row Journal, January 2013
George Boulukos, “Capitalism and Slavery, Once Again With Feeling,” in Affect after Abolition in the Anglo Atlantic, ed. Stephen Ahern (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2013), 23-43
George Boulukos, “Social Liberty and Social Death: Conceiving of Slavery beyond the Black Atlantic,” in Invoking Slavery in the Eighteenth-Century British Imagination, ed. Adam Beach and Srividhya Swaminathan (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2013), 175-190
Edward Brunner, “Inventing an Ancestor: The Scholar-Poet and the Sonnet” in New Formalisms and Literary History, ed. Verena Theile and Linda Tredennick (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013), 71-95.
Edward Brunner, “New York School and Surrealist Poetics,” in The Cambridge Companion to Modern American Poetry, ed. Walter Kalaidjian (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015), 196-205.
Edward Brunner, “The 1970s and the ‘Poetry of the Center,’” in The Cambridge History of American Poetry, ed. Alfred Bendixen and Stephen Burt (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015), 937-958.
Anne Chandler, “Monarchy, Meritocracy, and Tragic Realism in the Work of Mary Leapor,” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 34.1 (Spring 2015): 65-87
Anne Chandler, “Maria Edgeworth on Citizenship: Rousseau, Darwin, and Feminist Pessimism in Practical Education,” in Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 35.1 (Spring 2016): 93-122.
Anne Chandler, “Monarchy, Meritocracy, and Tragic Realism in the Work of Mary Leapor,” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 34.1 (Spring 2015): 65-87.
Elizabeth Dougherty, “Coming of Age in the 1990s: Mary Robinson and the Irish Literary Childhood.” Children, Childhood, and Irish Society, ed. Maria Luddy and James M. Smith. (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2014.)
Elizabeth Klaver, “The Cemetery as Public Space: Spoon River Anthology and Act III of Our Town, Genre 48.1 (April 2015): 99-118.
Beth Lordan, “Our Road” (fiction) in Chicago Tribune: Printer’s Row Journal, February 2013.
Scott McEathron, “John Clare, William Hilton, and the National Portrait Gallery,” John Clare Society Journal 32 (2013): 5-25
Scott McEathron, “A Disputed Portrait of Charles Lamb by John Watson-Gordon,” Charles Lamb Bulletin 159 (2014): 3-10.
Scott McEathron, “William Hilton’s Lost Drawing of Keats,” Keats-Shelley Journal 53 (2014): 58-77.
Ryan Netzley, “Learning from History: Empiricism, Likeness and Liberty in Paradise Lost, Books 11-12,” in Milton’s Modernities, ed. Feisel G. Mohamed and Patrick Fadely (Evanson, Il.: Northwestern University Press, 2015).
Ryan Netzley, “Learning from Anniversaries: Progress, Particularity, and Radical Empiricism in John Donne’s Second Anniversarie,” Connotations: A Journal for Critical Debate 25 (2015/2016): 19-44.
Ryan Netzley, “Milton’s Sonnets,” in A New Companion to Milton, ed. Thomas N. Corns (Blackwell, 2016), 270-281.
Ryan Netzley, “Digression, Sublimity, and Learning in Milton’s Lycidas,” Milton Quarterly 50.3 (2016): 157-171.
Joe Shapiro, “The Providence of Class: Catharine Maria Sedgwick, Sentimental Fiction, and Political Economy in the 1830s,” American Literary History 27.2 (Summer 2015): 199-225.
Tony Williams, “Inspired by Jack London: George Allan England (1977-1936), Jack London Foundation Newsletter 25.3 (2013): 6-8
Tony Williams, “Authorship and Utopia: The Case of John Carter,” Film International 11.6 (2013), 44-54
Tony Williams, “20 Questions with Robert Loggia,” Shock Cinema 45 (2013): 28-29
Tony Williams, “Flying Leathernecks: Color and Characterization,” in Lonely Places, Dangerous Ground, eds. Steven Rybin and Will Schneibel (New York: SUNY Press, 2014), 85-96.
Tony Williams, “I Am Legend: George Romero’s Transformations,” in The Zombie Film: From White Zombie to World War Z, eds. Alain Silver and James Ursini (Milwaukee: Applause Theater and Cinema Books, 2014), 132-138.
Tony Williams, “From Kaleidoscope to Frenzy: Hitchcock’s Second British Homecoming,” in Hitchcock and Adaptation, ed. Mark Osteen (Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield, 2014), 161-173.
Tony Williams, “Bullet in the Head,” in Il Nuovo Chinema di Hong Kong: Voci e sguardi oltre l’handover, eds. Stefano Locati and Amanuele Sacchi (Milano: Edizioni Bietti: Societa dell Critica Srl, 2014), 323-324.
Tony Williams, “From Alfred Hitchcock Presents to Tanner on Tanner: The Long Tail of Altman’s Television Career” in A Companion to Robert Altman, ed. Adrian Danks (Cambridge: Wiley-Blackwell, 2015), 44-67.
Tony Williams, "The Once and Future Hawks." Howard Hawks: New Perspectives. Ed. Ian Brookes. (London: Palgrave: Macmillan, 2016).
Tony Williams, "Phantom Lady: The Masochistic Aesthetic." Film Noir Compendium: Key Selections from The Film Noir Reader Series. (New York: Applause Theater and Cinema Books, 2016).
Tony Williams, The Fall of the House of Amberson. Film International 14.1 (2016): 83-101.
Tony Williams, Entertaining Mr. Klein. Film International Web Site. September 20 (2016).
Tony Williams, Contextualizing The Stranger. Film International 14.2 (2016): 21-42.