English Faculty Publications

English Faculty Publications
 
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A

    • Alexius, Nolde and Kahn, Judy: Best of LSU Fiction

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B

    • Berman, Jacob: American Arabesque
    • Bernstein, Susan D. and Michie, Elsie B.: Victorian Vulgarity
    • Boelhower, William: New Orleans in the Atlantic World
    • Bridwell-Bowles, Lillian (Editor): Rhetorical Women

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C

    • Catano, James: Ragged Dicks
    • Costello, Brannon: Plantation Airs

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D

    • Demastes, William W.: Comedy Matters: From Shakespeare to Stoppard
    • Demastes, William W.: Spalding Gray's America
    • Demastes, William W.: The Best American Short Plays, 2010-2011
    • Demastes, William W.: The Cambridge Introduction to Tom Stoppard

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E

    • Ed. J Gerald Kennedy and Leland S. Person

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G

    • Godshall, Zack: Lord Byron

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H

    • Heifferon, Barbara: Rhetoric of Healthcare: Essays toward a New Disciplinary Inquiry
    • Heifferon, Barbara: Writing in the Health Professions

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K

    • Kamenetz, Rodger: The History of Last Night's Dream
    • Kennedy, Gerald: Poe and the Remapping of Antebellum Print Culture
    • Kennedy, J. Gerald: Black Hawk
    • Kornhauser, Mari: F.T.W. (The Last Ride)
    • Kornhauser, Mari: Kitchen Privileges aka Housebound

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L

    • Lowe, John: Approach to Teaching Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God and Other Works
    • Lowe, John W.: Bridging Southern Cultures
    • Lowe, John W.: Louisiana Culture from the Colonial Era to Katrina

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M

    • Madden, David: Abducted by Circumstance
    • Masse, Michelle and Hogan, Katie J.: Over Ten Million Served
    • McGee, Patrick: Bad History and the Logics of Blockbuster Cinema
    • McGee, Patrick: From Shane to Kill Bill
    • McGee, Patrick: Theory and the Common From Marx to Badiou
    • Michie, Elsie B.: The Vulgar Question of Money: Heiresses, Materialism, and the Novel of Manners from Jane Austen to Henry James
    • Mullen, Laura: Eleven More American Women Poets in the 21st Century
    • Mullen: After I was Dead
    • Mullen: Dark Archive
    • Mullen: Murmur
    • Mullen: Subject
    • Mullen: Tales of Horror

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N

    • Novak, Daniel: Realism, Photography, and Nineteenth-Century Fiction

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O

    • Otero, Solimar: Afro-Cuban Diasporas in the Atlantic World

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P

    • Peckham, Irvin: Going North Thinking West
    • Pulliam, June: Hooked on Horror 3
    • Pulliam, June: Monstrous Bodies: Feminine Power in Young Adult Horror Fiction

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R

    • Richardson, Malcolm: Middle-Class Writing in Late Medieval London

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S

    • Sandiford, Keith: Theorizing a Colonial Caribbean-Atlantic Imaginary: Sugar and Obeah

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T

    • Toth, Emily: Ms. Mentor's New and Evermore Impeccable Advice for Women and Men in Academia
    • Tusa, Chris: Dirty Little Angels
    • Tusa, Chris: Haunted Bones

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W

    • Walsh, Milton O.: The Prospect of Magic
    • Ware, Carolyn and Kiesel, Corrie: Louisiana Folklore Miscellany Volume XVIII 2008
    • Weinstein, Susan: Feel These Words Writing in the Lives of Urban Youth
    • Wilcox, James: Guest of a Sinner
    • Wilcox, James: Heavenly Days
    • Wilcox, James: Hunk City
    • Wilcox, James: Miss Undine's Living Room
    • Wilcox, James: Modern Baptists
    • Wilcox, James: North Gladiola

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Z

    • Zerba, Michelle: Doubt and Skepticism

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