The Allotment Plot by Nicole Tonkovich
The Allotment Plot: Alice C. Fletcher, E. Jane Gay, and Nez Perce
Survivance, U of Nebraska P, 2012.
Dirty Words in Deadwood by Nicole Tonkovich
"Who Put the Gun Into the Whore's Hand? Disability in
Deadwood." In Dirty Words in Deadwood: Literature and the Postwestern.
Ed. Nicolas Witschi and Melody Graulich. U of Nebraska P, 2013.
Publication by Nicole Tonkovich
"Parallax, Transit, Transmotion: Reading Race in the Allotment Photographs of E. Jane Gay." MELUS special issue on Visual Culture and Race. Forthcoming, 2014.
Publication by Roddey Reid
“The Crisis of the Humanities and the Public Research Universities: University of California, San Diego as a Case Study.” Occasion:Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities v. 6 (October 1, 2013), http://arcade.stanford.edu/occasion/crisis-humanities-and-public-research-universities-uc-san-diego-case-study.
Publications by Pasquale Verdicchio
“Sophisticating Action: Gramsci and Theatre, or Can the Subaltern Act?” in Differences on Stage, A. De Martino, P. Puppa, P. Toninato eds. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013.
A BRIEF MEDITATION ON ITALIAN PHOTOGRAPHY in Italian Journal, Volume 20. Number IX, 2013.
TWO POEMS BY RENATA VIGANO’ from MONDINE (1955) in Journal of Italian Translation, Luigi Bonaffini editor, CUNY, Fall 2013.
Publication by Wai-Lim Yip
葉維廉五十年詩選上下兩冊 Wai-lim Yip Collected Poetry: 50 years (Taipei, National Taiwan University Press, 2012 ) 734 pages
Publication by Fatima El-Tayeb
"Time Travelers and Queer Heterotopias: Narratives from the Muslim Underground," The Germanic
Review: Literature, Culture, Theory, 88:3 (2013), 305-319
Publication by Alexandra Isfahani-Hammond
“Akbar Stole My Heart: Coming out as an Animalist.” E-misférica 10. 1 (2013).
Publication by Meg Wesling
“Epistemologies of Empire: Sexuality and Knowledge within the Neoliberal Academy” American Quarterly (June 2013): 291-302.
Michael Davidson has published:
Bleed Through: New and Selected Poems. Coffee House Press, 2013.
"Introduction: American Poetry, 2000-2009." Contemporary Literature 52.4 (Winter, 2011).
"Women Writing Disability." Introduction to special issue of, "Women Writing Disability." Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers. 30.1 (2013)
"Disability Poetics." The Oxford Handbook of Modern and Contemporary Poetry. Ed. Cary Nelson. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012.
Queer Sinophone Cultures by Ari Larissa Heinrich
Bringing together two areas of study that tend to be marginalised within their home disciplines Queer Sinophone Cultures innovatively advances both Sinophone studies and queer studies. It not only examines film and literature from Mainland China but expands its scope to encompass the underrepresented ‘Sinophone’ world at large (in this case Taiwan, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, and beyond). Further, where queer studies in the U.S., Europe, and Australia often ignore non-Western cultural phenomena, this book focuses squarely on Sinophone queerness, providing fresh critical analyses of a range of topics from works by the famous director Tsai Ming-Liang to the history of same-sex soft-core pornography made by the renowned Shaw Brothers Studios.
Just Saying, by Rae Armantrout
In Just Saying, improbable and even untenable speakers are briefly constituted--only to disappear. The result is part carnival, part nightmare. A television pundit's rhetoric segues into an unusual succulent with writhing maroon tongues. When the world suddenly becomes legible, is that revelation or psychosis? In this book, the voice of the Lord and/or the voice of the security state can come from anyplace. The problem of identity becomes acute. The poems in Just Saying may be imagined as chimeras, creatures that appear when old distinctions break down and elements generally kept separate combine in new ways. Here Armantrout both worries (as a dog worries a bone) and celebrates the groundless fecundity of being and of language.
Recurrencias Antologia personal, trans. David Ojeda, Ediciones sin nombre, 2013