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Submissions from 2022

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Bachelor Sketches Invisible Women in Irving’s Domestic Writings, Claudia Stokes

Submissions from 2021

Reinventing Philip Roth in the Fiction of Others, Victoria Aarons

The Burden of the Third Generation in Germany: Nora Krug’s Belonging: A German Reckons with History and Home, Victoria Aarons

The Late Novellas, Victoria Aarons

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The Novel, Peter Balbert

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Ekphrastic Temporality, Shaj Mathew

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The Multiple Simultaneous Temporalities of Global Modernity: Pamuk, Tanpınar, Proust, Shaj Mathew

Safe Room, Andrew Porter

The Empty Unit, Andrew Porter

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Hope, Hunger, and Spiritual Liberation in Joyce's Dubliners, David Rando

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"Our Language is the Forest": Landscapes of the Mother Tongue in David Greig's Dunsinane, Kathryn Vomero Santos

Submissions from 2020

“Master Race”: Graphic Storytelling in the Aftermath of the Holocaust, Victoria Aarons

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"Sometimes Your Memories Are Not Your Own": The Graphic Turn and the Future of Holocaust Representation, Victoria Aarons

Teaching Holocaust Literature in the Twenty-First Century, Victoria Aarons

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From Relativity to Paraphrenia in D.H. Lawrence's “The Man Who Loved Islands”: Speculations on Einstein, Freud, Gossamer Webs, and Seagulls, Peter Balbert

Solar Copulation and Spiral Rhythm: Norman Mailer, Giovanni Verga, Trigant Burrow, and the Courage of Desire in D.H. Lawrence’s Sun, Peter Balbert

What Does the Wolf Say? Animal Language and Political Noise in Coriolanus, Liza Blake and Kathryn Vomero Santos

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Ted Cohen on Sharing the World, Michael Fischer

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Latin Manuscripts of Richard Rolle at the University of Illinois, Andrew B. Kraebel

Chili, Andrew Porter

‘Let Me Be Th’interpreter’: Shakespeare and the Tongues of War, Kathryn Vomero Santos

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This Living Hand: Bright Star and the Etsy Effect, Betsy Winakur Tontiplaphol

Submissions from 2019

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Reading Roth/Reading Ourselves: Looking Back, Victoria Aarons

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Rolle Reassembled: Booklet Production, Single-Author Anthologies, and the Making of Bodley 861, Andrew B. Kraebel

The Last Cleric: Ann Douglas, Intellectual Authority, and the Legacy of Feminization, K. Pelletier, Claudia Stokes, and A. Van Engen

The Insistence of Psychoanalysis in Contemporary Jewish American Fiction, Willis Salomon

Submissions from 2018

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American Jewish Writing in the Twenty-First Century: New Global Directions, Victoria Aarons

Vines, Andrew Porter

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Novel Commonplaces: Quotation, Epigraphs, and Literary Authority, Claudia Stokes

Submissions from 2017

Not Getting It: The Allure of the Counterlife in Early and Late Roth, Victoria Aarons

Compensatory Reversal and the Voluptuous Suffocation: Nightmare and Sexual Revenge in "The Border-Line", Peter Balbert

Of the Making of Little Books: The Minor Works of William of Newburgh, Andrew B. Kraebel

Women Writers and the Hymn, Claudia Stokes

Submissions from 2016

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Faces in a Sea of Suffering: The Human Predicament in Saul Bellow’s The Victim, Victoria Aarons

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Saul Bellow as a Novelist of Ideas: Introduction to the Forum, Victoria Aarons and Gustavo Sánchez-Canales

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Biblical Exegesis and the Twelfth-Century Expansion of Servius, Andrew B. Kraebel

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Poetry and Commentary in the Medieval School of Rheims: Reading Virgil, Reading David, Andrew B. Kraebel

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The Future of Joyce's A Portrait: The Künstlerroman and Hope, David Rando

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“The Knots Within”: Translations, Tapestries, and the Art of Reading Backwards, Kathryn Vomero Santos

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"Sinful Creature, Full of Weakness": The Theology of Disability in Cummins's The Lamplighter [Review], Claudia Stokes

Submissions from 2015

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Grace Paley’s Urban Jewish Voice: Identity, History, and "The Tune of the Language", Victoria Aarons

The Making of American Jewish Identities in Postwar American Fiction, Victoria Aarons

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The Poetics of Unoriginality: The Case of Lucretia Davidson, Claudia Stokes

Submissions from 2014

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A Genre of Rupture: The Literary Language of the Holocaust, Victoria Aarons

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The Perils of Desire in Philip Roth’s Early Fiction, Victoria Aarons

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Defending Compromise, Michael Fischer

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Like the Odyssey, Only Different: Olympian Omnipotence versus Karmic Adjustment in Pynchon's Vineland, David Rando

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Hosting Language: Immigration and Translation in The Merry Wives of Windsor, Kathryn Vomero Santos

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The Religious Novel, Claudia Stokes

Submissions from 2013

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Expelled Once Again: The Fantasy of Living the Counterlife in Roth’s Nemesis, Victoria Aarons

Foreword --Roth's Psychoanalytic Selves [in Philip Roth - The Continuing Presence: New Essays on Psychological Themes], Victoria Aarons

Foreword: Saul Bellow’s Urban Landscapes, Victoria Aarons

Guardians of the Torah: Ambiguity and Antagonism in The Promise, Victoria Aarons

“Just as He’d Feared from the Start”: The Treachery of Desire in Philip Roth’s Nemesis, Victoria Aarons

Memory, Conscience, and the Moral Weight of Holocaust Representation, Victoria Aarons

The Trauma of History in The Gates of the Forest, Victoria Aarons

‘Washed Up on the Shores of Truth’: Saul Bellow’s Post-Holocaust America, Victoria Aarons

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David Foster Wallace and Lovelessness, David Rando

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The Religious Revival: Narratives of Religious Origin in US Culture [Review], Claudia Stokes

Submissions from 2012

A Roundtable Memorializing Saul Bellow and the Herzog Years: Response, Victoria Aarons

Biography of Saul Bellow, Victoria Aarons

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Jewish American Fiction, Victoria Aarons

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Saul Bellow, Victoria Aarons

The Certainties of History and the Uncertainties of Representation in Post-Holocaust Writing, Victoria Aarons

Where Is Philip Roth Now?, Victoria Aarons

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Forgiveness and Literature, Michael Fischer

European Joyce Studies 21: Joyce, Benjamin and Magical Urbanism [Review of the book European Joyce studies 21: Joyce, Benjamin and magical urbanism, by M. Boscagli & E. Duffy, Ed.], David Rando

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George Saunders and the Postmodern Working Class, David Rando

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My Kingdom: Sentimentalism and the Refinement of Hymnody, Claudia Stokes

Submissions from 2011

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Not for Profit: Why Democracy Needs the Humanities [Review], Michael Fischer

Modernist Fiction and News: Representing Experience in the Early Twentieth Century, David Rando

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The Perverse in Historical Perception: Anne Frank and Neutral Milk Hotel in the Aeroplane over the Sea, David Rando

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Transatlantic Print Culture, 1880–1940: Emerging Media, Emerging Modernisms [Review], David Rando

The New Jewish Literature, Mark Shechner, Thane Rosenbaum, and Victoria Aarons

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Bodies of Reform: The Rhetoric of Character in Gilded Age America [Review], Claudia Stokes

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These Days of Large Things: The Culture of Size in America, 1865-1930 [Review], Claudia Stokes

Submissions from 2010

A Kaddish for History: Holocaust Memory in Ehud Havazelet’s Bearing the Body, Victoria Aarons

Bernard Malamud, Victoria Aarons

Philip Roth’s Comic Realism in ‘Goodbye Columbus’, Victoria Aarons

Submissions from 2009

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The Cat's Meow: Ulysses, Animals, and the Veterinary Gaze, David Rando

Submissions from 2008

Memory as Accomplice to History: Trauma and Narrative in Elie Wiesel’s ‘An Old Acquaintance', Victoria Aarons

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The Death of Sigmund Freud: The Legacy of His Last Days [Review], Michael Fischer

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Using Stanley Cavell, Michael Fischer

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Inner Workings: Literary Essays 2000-2005 [Review], David Rando

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Joyce's Kaleidoscope: An Invitation to "Finnegans Wake" [Review], David Rando

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In Defense of Genius: Howells and the Limits of Literary History, Claudia Stokes

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Literary Retrospection in the Harlem Renaissance, Claudia Stokes

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The Mother Church: Mary Baker Eddy and the Practice of Sentimentalism, Claudia Stokes

Submissions from 2007

American-Jewish Identity in Philip Roth’s Goodbye, Columbus and Five Short Stories, Victoria Aarons

‘Not Enough Air to Breathe’: The Victim in Saul Bellow’s Post-Holocaust America, Victoria Aarons

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Realists and Reformers in the Nineteenth Century, Claudia Stokes

Submissions from 2006

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Stanley Cavell and Criticizing the University from Within, Michael Fischer

Submissions from 2005

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Copyrighting American History: International Copyright and the Periodization of the Nineteenth Century, Claudia Stokes

Submissions from 2002

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What is Method and Why Does it Matter?, Michael A. Elliott and Claudia Stokes

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Reading Gravity's Rainbow After September Eleventh: An Anecdotal Approach, David Rando

Submissions from 1997

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Wittgenstein's Ladder: Poetic Language and the Strangeness of the Ordinary, Michael Fischer

Submissions from 1993

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Delicate Subjects: Romanticism, Gender, and the Ethics of Understanding [Review], Michael Fischer

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Wittgenstein as a Modernist Philosopher, Michael Fischer

Submissions from 1992

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Wordsworth and the Recovery of Hope, Michael Fischer

Submissions from 1991

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Wordsworth: The Sense of History [Review], Michael Fischer