"The Atlantic Monthly's American Idea: The Evolution of Editorial Policy"
"The Family Business: Problems of Identity and Authority in Literature, Theory, and the Academy"
"Learning to be Modern: Pound, Eliot, and the American University"
Frank P. Fox
""I'm a city boy myself"
A Study of Saul Bellow's Urban Fictions"
John Robert Shea
"'The Imagination of Alternatives': (New) American Review and Contemporary American Writing"
Jo Ann Bomze
"The Structure of William Faulkner's Collected Stories"
Richard A. Betts
"The Use of Historical Materials by Five Contemporary American Writers"
"Between Two Worlds: An Analysis of J.P. Donleavy's Use of "The Outsider" as Protagonist in His Novels "
Judith A. Scheffler
"The 'Ultra-Character' in Postwar American Fiction: A Study of the Progressive Abstraction of Characterization in Novels from the 1950's to the Present"
Carol K. Scholz
"They Share the Suffering: The Psychoanalyst in American Fiction between 1920 and 1940"
"Apocalyptic Vision in Post-World II Novels: Studies in the Works of Barth, Bellow, Burroughs, Ellison, Heller, Mailer and Vonnegut"
Marsha A. Freeman
"Van Wyck Brooks and Newton Arvin: Their Friendship and Correspondence"
"In Pursuit of the Elusive Present: A Study of the Prose Narratives and Poetry of Norman Mailer"
Philip H. Bufithis
"The Psychiatrist/Psychologist Figure in the Fiction of Major Contemporary American Novelists"
Elaine Plaskow Maimon
"The Biographical Myth of F. Scott Fitzgerald (1950-1968), as Reflected in American Periodical Publications"