Nancy Rafetto Leach Sweeten Prize
“Lost (and Found) in Translation: Misunderstanding and Transnational Collaboration in Ezra Pound’s Cathay”
"Racial Triangulation and a Colonial Trace in the Stories of Hisaye Ysamamoto"
“The [Re]Construction of Space, Environment, and Race in the South: Faulkner and Ward"
"Black Women's Burden of Expectations: The Politics of Respectability in Passing"
"Tradition More Authentic Than History: Freedom, Race, and Possession in George Washington Cable's Grandissimes"
The Fallen Future is Chinese: Fears of Neoliberalism in the Techno-orientalist Themes of Ling Ma's Severance
The Sound of Belch'd Woods: "Song of Myself" As The American Epic
"His crudity is an exceeding great stench but it is America. To be frank, Whitman is to my fatherland what Dante is to Italy." --Ezra Pound
Zora Neale Hurston's Jonah's Gourd Vine: Family Dynamics and the Great Migration Narrative
Remembering Deepwater Horizon: Ecological Afterlives in Sing, Unburied, Sing
Disrupting the Crowd
'Not Essentially Different From [Her] Sex:' A Literary Reading of the Rebecca Buckley Ferguson Letters
A Broken Hallelujah: A critical addendum to Brodtkorb's "Selfhood and Others"
Syntax and Strangeness in Whitman's "Vigil Strange I Kept on the Field One Night"
Welty and the Tramp: The Formation of Loneliness in Eudora Welty's 'The Hitch-Hikers'
Title: "Cantorian and Beautiful" Pragmatic Abstraction in David Foster Wallace
Title: "I'm sane, you're not": Possibilities and Paradox of Passing in Charles Johnson's Oxherding Tale"
Title: "Love in Black-American Prison Literature"
Title: Identifying "The Thing Not Named": Narrative Absence and Consumer Culture in Cather's The Professor's House