Beginning in Fall 2020, the English, Linguistics, and Communication department divided into two different departments. To locate faculty scholarship in this discipline published in Fall 2020 – present, please view the Communication and Digital Studies departmental collection and/or the English and Linguistics departmental collection.

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Submissions from 2020

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Dracula as Inter-American Film Icon: Universal Pictures and Cinematográfica ABSA, Antonio Barrenechea

Submissions from 2019

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Hemisphereic Studies Beyond Suspicion, Antonio Barrenechea

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“Introduction: Theory, Practice, and Critical Agency in Andrew Marvell’s Poetry, Ben LaBreche and Ryan Netzley

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Born to Swim, Sushma Subramanian

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Teaching with Objects: Individuating Media Archaeology in Digital Studies, Zach Whalen

Submissions from 2018

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Promoting Interdisciplinarity: Its Purpose and Practice in Arts Programming, Shannon Farrow McNeely, Denise Gillman, and Danielle Hartman

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Ann Yearsley, "Earl Goodwin", and the Politics of Romantic Discontent, Chris Foss

Submissions from 2017

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Worse Than Tuskegee, Sushma Subramanian

Submissions from 2014

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To All Kinde of Estates I Meane for to Trudge’: Making Room for the Commoners in Cambises, Maya Mathur

Submissions from 2011

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Monstruosa Belleza’: El Mestizaje Metamórfico En Terra Nostra de Carlos Fuentes., Antonio Barrenechea

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Divorcing Kin and Kind: Selective Generosity in "A Woman Killed with Kindness", Maya Mathur

Submissions from 2009

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Emerging from Emergence: Toward a Rethinking of the Recovery Story in Nine Contemporary Nonfiction Autism Narratives, Chris Foss

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When I Was Famous, Colin Rafferty

Submissions from 2008

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Autism: The Lived Experience, Kerry Bowen and Chris Foss