Recent Publications and Distinctions
Nina Banks, "The Black Worker, Economic Justice, and the Speeches of Sadie T.M. Alexander," Review of Social Economy. LXVI (2) June 2008: 139-161.
— "Uplifting the Race through Domesticity: Capitalism, African American Migration, and the Household Economy," Feminist Economics. 12(4), October 2006: 599-624.
— "Black Women and Racial Advancement: The Economics of Sadie Tanner Mossell Alexander." 2005. Review of Black Political Economy. Vol. 33, no. 1, summer 2005: 89-24. (Issued June 2006).
Glynis Carr, Selected North American Novels about Childhood Sexual Violence, 1945-2003: A Bibliography. Communities Against Violence Network. (2007).
— New Essays in Ecofeminist Literary Criticism, 2000.
Coralynn Davis, "Pond-Women Revelations: The Subaltern Registers in Maithil Women's Expressive Forms." Journal of American Folklore 121(481): 286-318, 2008.
— "Feminist Tigers and Patriarchal Lions: Rhetorical Strategies and Instrumental Effects in the Struggle for Definition and Control over Development in Nepal." Meridians: Feminism, Race, Transnationalism 3(2): 204-249, 2003.
Katherine Faull, "Relating Sisters' Lives: Moravian Women's Writing from Eighteenth-century America," in Transitions of the Moravian Historical Society, 2001.
Amy McCready, "Improbable Liberalisms: 'Servil Copulation' and Domestic Liberty in Locke and Milton," in The Review of Politics 63, 1, 77-105, 2001.
Ghislaine McDayter, Romantic Generations, editor.
— Byromania and the Birth of Celebrity Culture, author.
— Untrodden Regions of the Mind: romanticism and Psychoanalysis.
Karen Morin, Women, Religion, & Space, co-edited with Jeanne Kay Guelke, forthcoming; elected to the Society of Women Geographers.
Saundra Morris, with Joel Porte, Emerson's Prose and Poetry (A Norton Critical Edition), Norton, 2000.
Harriet Pollack, with Suzanne Marrs, Did the Writer Crusade? Eudora Welty and Politics, Louisiana State University Press, 2001.
Annie Randall, Dusty! Queen of the Postmods. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.
Susan Reed, Dance and the Nation: Performance, Ritual and Politics in Sri Lanka. Madson: University of Wisconson Press, December 2009.
— "Women and Kandyan Dance: Negotiating Gender and Tradition in Sri Lanka." In Richard Wolf, ed. Theorizing the Local: Music, Practice, and Experience in South Asia and Beyond. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009.
Atiya Kai Stokes-Brown, "Does 'Running as a Woman' Mobilize Voters?" Stokes-Brown, Atiya Kai and Melissa Neal in Beth Reingold, ed., Legislative Women: Getting Elected, Getting Ahead. Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2008, 101-114.
— "Give 'Em Something to Talk About: The Influence of Female Candidates' Campaign Issures on Political Proselytizing." Stokes-Brown, Atiya Kai and Melissa Neal. Politics and Policy. 36: 32-59.
Ann Tlusty, The World of the Tavern: The Public House in Early Modern Europe, co-edited with Beat Kümin, 2002
— "Playing By the Rules: Gambling and Social Identity in Early Modern German Towns," in Memoria y Civilizción, 2004; NEH chair in the Humanities.