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Submissions from 2018

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A Man's Concussion Helps Him Find Himself, Philip J. Metres

“And From Thy Face I Shall Be Hid" and "Clues in the Wreckage.", Philip J. Metres

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"City of Love", Philip J. Metres

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Dispatches from the Land of Erasure, Philip J. Metres

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Dispatch from the Land of Erasure (I), Philip J. Metres

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from Shrapnel Maps, Philip J. Metres

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“Homing In: The Place of Poetry in the Global Digital Age.”, Philip J. Metres

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Imagining Iraq, Philip J. Metres

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"Isdoud", "Checkpoint", Philip J. Metres

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“Kissing Joe F—,”, Philip J. Metres

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“Mappemonde,” “Leaf,”, Philip J. Metres

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"On tumbling women.....", Philip J. Metres

Questions after Bassano’s ‘Lazarus and the Rich Man, Philip J. Metres

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Same as it ever was: Edward Said’s Orientalism, Forty Years Later, Philip J. Metres

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Shrapnel Map (I don't know), Undressed and Bedless, Philip J. Metres

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"The Dacha at Tuchkovo: Two Fictions", Philip J. Metres

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The House at Long Lake, Philip J. Metres

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Food for Thought: Writing about Culinary Traditions and the Integration of Personal and Academic Writing, Tom Pace

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Staging Uncle Tom's Cabin in Tehran, Debra J. Rosenthal

Submissions from 2017

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Poetic Science: Wonder and the Seas of Cognition in Bacon and Pericles, Jean Feerick

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Shakespeare and classical cosmology, Jean Feerick

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American Poetry, Philip J. Metres

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American Poetry, Philip J. Metres

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Compline, Philip J. Metres

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Dasha's Perfume, Philip J. Metres

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Farther and Farther in Sokolniki, Philip J. Metres

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For Hebron Means Friend, Philip J. Metres

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For Leila Means Night, Philip J. Metres

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Fugitive, Philip J. Metres

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Having Swigged, Philip J. Metres

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I Am A Human Jukebox: An Interview with Robert Pollard of Guided by Voices, Philip J. Metres

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Is This History, Philip J. Metres

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Matryoshka Memory, Philip J. Metres

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My brain is like a millstone, Philip J. Metres

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My Life with 'Barge Haulers on the Volga', Philip J. Metres

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Ode To Her Belly, Philip J. Metres

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Poetry and Power (To Create a Space Where Being Together Happens), Philip J. Metres

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Prison Parcel Office, Philip J. Metres

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Singing in the darkness: On Russia, Suffering, and Poetry, Philip J. Metres

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Spring Limbs, Philip J. Metres

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Testimony, Philip J. Metres

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The Bomber's Mother, Philip J. Metres

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The Bullet, Philip J. Metres

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The High Rise on Desolation Row, Philip J. Metres

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The Paperless 'Palestinian' and the Russian P'liceman, Philip J. Metres

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“The Things They Carried That We Carry,” and from “Hung Lyres”, Philip J. Metres

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This is Autumn, My Friend, Philip J. Metres

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Walking on Streets That No Longer Exist Talking About Poetry with Ilya Kaminsky, Philip J. Metres

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We Have Nothing, Philip J. Metres

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Irony in The Twilight Zone: How the Series Critiqued Postwar American Culture, Tom Pace

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Pulling Strings: The Transatlantic Influence of Marionettes on American Women Writers, Debra J. Rosenthal

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The Complete Prose of T. S. Eliot: The Critical Edition. Vol. V: Tradition and Orthodoxy, 1934-1939., Jayme Stayer

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The Short and Surprisingly Private Life of King Bolo: Eliot’s Bawdy Poems and Their Audiences, Jayme Stayer

Submissions from 2016

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The Imperial Graft: Horticulture, Hybridity, and the Art of Mingling Races in Henry V and Cymbeline, Jean Feerick

Submissions from 2015

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Performatively Speaking: Speech Acts in 19th Century American Fiction

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“Rude Uncivill Blood”: The Pastoral Challenge to Hereditary Race in Fletcher and Milton, Jean Feerick

Submissions from 2014

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The Sentimental Appeal to Salvific Paternity in Uncle Tom’s Cabin and Moby

Submissions from 2010

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"I've only to say the word!": Uncle Tom's Cabin and Performative Speech Theory

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Reluctant Cosmopolitanism in Dickens's Great Expectations, John S. McBratney

Submissions from 2009

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Review of Politics and Awe in Rudyard Kipling's Fiction, John S. McBratney

Submissions from 2006

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’Hoods and the Woods: Rap Music as Environmental Literature

Submissions from 2005

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Racial and Criminal Types: Indian Ethnography and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's 'The Sign of Four', John S. McBratney

Submissions from 2004

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Race Mixture in Nineteenth Century U.S. and Spanish American Fictions: Gender, Culture, and Nation Building

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Review of The Dramatic Art of Athol Fugard: From South Africa to the World, Jeanne M. Colleran

Submissions from 2003

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Uncle Tom's Cabin

Submissions from 2002

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Floral Counterdiscourse: Miscegenation, Ecofeminism, and Hybridity in Lydia Maria Child's A Romance of the Republic

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Mixing Race, Mixing Culture: Inter-American Literary Dialogues

Submissions from 1998

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Passing and the Modern Persona in Kipling's Ethnographer Fiction, John S. McBratney

Submissions from 1997

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Deracialized Discourse: temperance and Racial Ambiguity in Harper's 'The Two Offers' and and Sowing and Reaping

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The Serpent in the Cup: Temperance in American Literature

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Fast Fish and Raw Fish: Moby-Dick, Japan, and Melville’s Thematics of Geography, Russell Reising and Peter Kvidera

Submissions from 1994

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A Brief Note on Samuel Beckett’s ‘Brief Dream’, Jeanne M. Colleran