Faculty Publications

  1. T.C. Boyle. The Harder They Come, 2015 (Ecco)
  2. Viet Thanh Nguyen. The Sympathizer, 2015 (Grove/Atlantic)
  3. David Treuer. Prudence, 2015 (Riverhead)
  4. Joseph Boone. The Homoerotics of Orientalism, 2014 (Columbia)
  5. James J. Berg & Chris Freeman. The American Isherwood, 2014 (Minnesota)
  6. Daniel Tiffany. My Silver Planet: A Secret History of Poetry and Kitsch, 2014 (Johns Hopkins)
  7. Aimee Bender. The Color Master: Stories, 2013 (Doubleday)
  8. T.C. Boyle. Stories II, 2013 (Viking Press)
  9. Leo Braudy. Trying to Be Cool, 2013 (Asahina & Wallace)
  10. Joseph A. Dane. Blind Impressions: Methods and Mythologies in Book History, 2013 (University of Pennsylvania)
  11. Percival Everett. Percival Everett by Virgil Russell, 2013 (Graywolf Press)
  12. Mark Irwin. Large White House Speaking, 2013 (New Issues Poetry & Prose)
  13. Anna Journey. Vulgar Remedies: Poems, 2013 (Louisiana State University)
  14. Hilary Schor. Curious Subjects: Women and the Trials of Realism, 2013 (Oxford)
  15. David St. John. The Window, 2013 (Arctos Press)
  16. Daniel Tiffany. Neptune Park, 2013 (Omnidawn)
  17. Daniel Tiffany. In the Poisonous Candy Factory, 2013 (Capsule Editions)
  18. T.C. Boyle. San Miguel, 2012 (Viking Press)
  19. Trinie Dalton. Baby Geisha, 2012 (Two Dollar Radio)
  20. Joseph A. Dane. What Is a Book?, 2012 (University of Notre Dame)
  21. Blas Falconer. The Foundling Wheel, 2012 (Four Way Books)
  22. Kate Flint. The Cambridge History of Victorian Literature, 2012 (Cambridge University)
  23. Dana Gioia. Literature for Life, 2012 (Longman)
  24. Dana Gioia. Pity the Beautiful, 2012 (Graywolf Press)
  25. Dana Johnson. Elsewhere, California, 2012 (Counterpoint)
  26. Rebecca Lemon. The Encyclopedia of English Renaissance Literature, 2012 (Wiley-Blackwell)
  27. David St. John. The Auroras: New Poems, 2012 (HarperCollins Publishers)
  28. David Treuer. Rez Life, 2012 (Atlantic Monthly Press)
  29. T.C. Boyle. When The Killing's Done, 2011 (Viking Press)
  30. Leo Braudy. The Hollywood Sign: Fantasy and Reality of an American Icon, 2011 (Yale University)
  31. Thea Cervone. Sworn Bond in Tudor England: Oaths, Vows and Covenants in Civil Life and Literature, 2011 (McFarland)
  32. Joseph A. Dane. Dogfish Memory: Sailing in Search of Old Maine: A Memoir, 2011 (Countryman Press)
  33. Percival Everett. Assumption, 2011 (Graywolf Press)
  34. Percival Everett. Swimming Swimmers Swimming, 2011 (Red Hen Press)
  35. William Handley. The Brokeback Book: From Story to Cultural Phenomenon, 2011 (University of Nebraska)
  36. Carol Muske-Dukes. Twin Cities, 2011 (Penguin Books)
  37. Carol Muske-Dukes and Bob Holman. Crossing State Lines: An American Renga, 2011 (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)
  38. David Rollo. Kiss My Relics: Hermaphroditic Fictions of the Middle Ages, 2011 (University of Chicago)
  39. John Carlos Rowe. Afterlives of Modernism: Liberalism, Transnationalism, and Political Critique, 2011 (Dartmouth University)
  40. Karen Tongson. Relocations: Queer Suburban Imaginaries, 2011 (New York University)
  41. Aimee Bender. The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake, 2010 (Doubleday)
  42. T.C. Boyle. Wild Child, 2010 (Viking Press)
  43. Joseph Dane. Out of Sorts: On Typography & Print Culture, 2010 (University of Pennsylvania)
  44. Alice Echols. Hot Stuff: Disco and the Remaking of American Culture, 2010 (W. W. Norton & Co.)
  45. Bruce R. Smith. Phenomenal Shakespeare, 2010 (Wiley-Blackwell)
  46. Daniel Tiffany. Privado, 2010 (Action Books)
  47. Daniel Tiffany. The Dandelion Clock, 2010 (Tinfish Press)
  48. Emily Anderson. Eighteenth-Century Authorship and the Play of Fiction: Novels and the Theater, Haywood to Austen, 2009 (Routledge)
  49. Molly Bendall. Under the Quick, 2009 (Parlor Press)
  50. Molly Bendall and Gail Wronsky. Bling & Fringe: The L.A. Poems, 2009 (What Books Press)
  51. Aimee Bender. The Third Elevator, 2009.
  52. William Handley. Marriage, Violence, and the Nation in the American Literary West, 2009 (Cambridge University)
  53. Anna Journey. If Birds Gather Your Hair for Nesting, 2009 (University of Georgia)
  54. Rebecca Lemon. The Blackwell Companion to the Bible in English Literature, 2009 (Wiley-Blackwell)
  55. Cecilia Woloch. Carpathia, 2009 (BOA Editions, Ltd.)
  56. Leo Braudy. On The Waterfront, 2008 (Palgrave Macmillan)
  57. Kate Flint. The Victorians and the Visual Imagination, 2008 (Cambridge University)
  58. Kate Flint. The Transatlantic Indian, 2008 (Princeton University)
  59. Chris Freeman and James J. Berg. Love, West Hollywood: Reflections of Los Angeles, 2008 (Alyson Books)
  60. Mark Irwin. Tall If, 2008 (New Issues Poetry & Prose)
  61. Susan McCabe. Descartes' Nightmare, 2008 (University of Utah)
  62. Carol Muske-Dukes. Channeling Mark Twain, 2008 (Random House)
  63. Bruce R. Smith. The Key of Green: Passion and Perception in Renaissance Culture, 2008 (University of Chicago)
  64. Cecilia Woloch. Narcissus, 2008 (Tupelo Press)
  65. Heather James. Shakespeare's Troy: Drama, Politics, and the Translation of Empire, 2007 (Cambridge University)
  66. Marianne Wiggins. The Shadow Catcher, 2007 (Simon & Schuster)
  67. Rebecca Lemon. Treason by Words: Literature, Law, and Rebellion in Shakespeare's England, 2006 (Cornell University)
  68. Margaret Russett. Fictions and Fakes: Forging Romantic Authenticity, 1760-1845, 2006 (Cambridge University)
  69. David Treuer. The Translation of Dr. Apelles, 2006 (Graywolf Press)
  70. David Treuer. Native American Fiction: A User's Manual, 2006 (Graywolf Press)
  71. Trinie Dalton. Wide Eyed, 2005 (Akashic Books)
  72. Heather James. The Norton Anthology of Western Literature, 8th Edition, 2005 (W. W. Norton & Co.)
  73. Susan McCabe. Cinematic Modernism: Modernist Poetry and Film, 2005 (Cambridge University)
  74. David Román. Performance in America: Contemporary U.S. Culture and the Performing Arts, 2005 (Duke University)
  75. William Handley. True West: Authenticity and the American West, 2004 (University of Nebraska)
  76. Mark Irwin. Bright Hunger, 2004 (BOA Editions, Ltd.)
  77. David St. John. The Face: A Novella in Verse, 2004 (HarperCollins Publishers)
  78. Leo Braudy. From Chivalry to Terrorism: War and the Changing Nature of Masculinity, 2003 (Knopf-Doubleday)
  79. Susan McCabe. Swirl, 2003 (Red Hen Press)
  80. Marianne Wiggins. Evidence of Things Unseen, 2003 (Simon & Schuster)
  81. Cecilia Woloch. Late, 2003 (BOA Editions, Ltd.)
  82. Alice Echols. Shaky Ground: The Sixties and Its Aftershocks, 2002 (Columbia University)
  83. Viet Nguyen. Race and Resistance: Literature and Politics in Asian America, 2002 (Oxford University)
  84. David St. John. Prism, 2002 (Arctos Press)
  85. Dana Johnson. Break Any Woman Down, 2001 (University of Georgia)
  86. Tania Modleski. Show and Tell, 2001 (University of Michigan)
  87. Susan Segal. Aria, 2001 (Bridge Works)
  88. Bruce R. Smith. William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night: Texts and Contexts, 2001 (Palgrave Macmillan)
  89. Joseph Boone. Queer Frontiers: Millennial Geographies, Genders, and Generations, 2000 (University of Wisconsin)
  90. David Rollo. Glamorous Sorcery: Magic and Literacy in the High Middle Ages, 2000 (University of Minnesota)
  91. John Carlos Rowe. Post-Nationalist American Studies, 2000 (University of California)
  92. John Carlos Rowe. Literary Culture and U.S. Imperialism, 2000 (Oxford University)
  93. Hilary Schor. Dickens and the Daughter of the House, 2000 (Cambridge University)
  94. Daniel Tiffany. Toy Medium, 2000 (University of California)
  95. Alice Echols. Scars of Sweet Paradise: The Life and Times of Janice Joplin, 1999 (Henry Holt)
  96. Joseph Boone. Libidinal Currents: Sexuality and the Shaping of Modernism, 1998 (University of Chicago)
  97. Tania Modleski. Old Wives' Tales and Other Women's Stories, 1998 (New York University)
  98. David Román. O Solo Homo: The New Queer Performance, 1998 (Grove Press)
  99. David Román. Acts of Intervention: Performance, Gay Culture, and AIDS, 1998 (Indiana University)
  100. Margaret Russett. De Quincey's Romanticism: Canonical Minority and the Forms of Transmission, 1998 (Cambridge University)
  101. Alice Gambrell. Women Intellectuals, Modernism, and Difference: Transatlantic Culture, 1919-1945, 1997 (Cambridge University)
  102. Teresa McKenna. Migrant Song: Politics and Process in Contemporary Chicano Literature, 1997 (University of Texas)
  103. Thomas Gustafson. Representative Words: Politics, Literature, and the American Language, 1776-1865, 1993 (Cambridge University)
  104. John Carlos Rowe and Rick Berg. The Vietnam War and American Culture, 1992 (Columbia University)
  105. Joseph Boone. Engendering Men: The Question of Male Feminist Criticism, 1990 (Routledge)
  106. Anthony Kemp. The Estrangement of the Past: A Study in the Origins of Modern Historical Consciousness, 1990 (Oxford University)
  107. Marianne Wiggins. John Dollar, 1989 (HarperCollins Publishers)
  108. Tania Modleski. The Women Who Knew Too Much: Hitchcock and Feminist Theory, 1988 (Routledge)

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