The following is a list of recent publications by Humanities Collective faculty:

Chris Bilodeau

  • "The Paradox of Sagadahoc: The Popham Colony, 1607-1608." Early American Studies. 12, no. 1 (2014): 1-35.
  • "Understanding Ritual in Colonial Wabanakia." French Colonial History. 14 (2013): 1-31.

Alyssa DeBlasio

  • “‘Nothing in Life But Death’: Aleksandr Zel’dovich’s Target in Conversation with Tolstoy’s Philosophy on the Value of Death,” The Russian Review 73 (July 2014): 2-21.
  • “Writing the History of Russian Philosophy,” Studies in East European Thought 63.3 (2011): 203-26.

Lucile Duperron

  • Duperron, L, & Overstreet, M. "Preparedness for study abroad: Comparing the linguistic outcomes of a short-term Spanish program by third, fourth and sixth Semester L2 Learners. Frontiers," The Interdisplinary Journal of Study Abroad, 18, 2009, pp.157-180.

Doug Edlin

  • "Kant and the Common Law: Intersubjectivity in Aesthetic and Legal Judgment," Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence, 23:429-460, (2010)
  • “'It’s Not What You Said, It’s How You Said It': Criticizing the Supreme Court in the State of the Union," Yale Law & Policy Review Inter Alia 28:27-36 (2010)
  • "A Constitutional Right to Judicial Review: Access to Courts and Ouster Clauses in England and the United States," American Journal of Comparative Law 57:67-101 (2009).

Kamaal Haque

  • ”From Der Berg ruft to The Challenge: Adapting a Bergfilm for the EnglishMarket.” Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies 49 (2013): 414-427.
  • “Iranian, Afghan and Pakistani Migrants in Germany: Muslim Populations  Beyond Turks and Germans.”  Migration and Religion: Christian Transatlantic Missions,  Islamic Migration to Germany.  Ed. Barbara Becker-Cantarino.  Amsterdam, Rodopi, 2012. pp.193-206.

Carol Ann Johnston

  • “The Tomato Packers’ Recess.”  Hawai’i Review 13 (Winter 2014).
  • “Hank Williams Plays Songs of Lonely Love.” The Drunken Boat 13 (Winter 2010-2011). http://www.drunkenboat.com/db13/1poe/johnston/
  • “Eudora Welty and the Poetry of W. B. Yeats Before and After The Golden Apples.” Eudora Welty Review 3 (Spring 2011): 63-86. 
  • “Theorizing Typography: Printing, Page Design, and the Study of Free Verse.” American Poetry Review 39.3 (May/June 2010):  45-47.

Marc Mastrangelo

  • “Towards a Poetics of Late Latin Reuse” in The Living Past: Recasting the Ancients in Late Latin Poetry, ed. J. Pucci and S. McGill. Winter Verlag, 2014. (forthcoming)
  • “The Self From Homer to Charlemagne,” in A Cultural History of the Human Body: Vol. 1, Antiquity, ed. D. Garrison. Berg. 2010.

Ash Nichols

  • Beyond Romantic Ecocriticism: Toward Urbanatural Roosting (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011), part of the Nineteenth-Century Major Lives and Letters series.
  • (Nominated for the John Burroughs Medal and the American Publishers Prose Prize. Re-issued in paperback, August 2012.)
  • “Wordsworth as Environmental ‘Nature’ Writer,” Critical Insights: Nature and the Environment.  Ed. Scott Slovic. Ipswich, MA: Salem Press (EBSCO Publishing, 2012): 100-121.
  • “Fostered by Fear: Affect and Environment in Romantic Nature Writing.” Affect and Ecology in the Nineteenth Century. Ed. Lisa Ottum and Seth Reno. Lebanon, NH: U Press of New England, (forthcoming).

Theodore Pulcini

  • "Christianity in the Middle East and Adjacent Regions," The Oxford Encylopedia of the Modern World.  2008.
  • "An Orthodox Papacy: Primacy as Principatus," St. Vladimir's Seminary Quarterly, 52/2 (2008): 213-221.
  • "Lay Charism and Ecclesial Renewal: The Orthodox Youth Movement's Revitalization of the Antiochian Patriarchate," St. Vladimir's Seminary Quarterly, 57/2 (2013): 177-195.

Melinda Schlitt

  • "'...viri studiosi et scientifici...' Pietro Antonio Cecchini, Michelangelo, and the Nobility of Sculptors in Rome," in Gifts in Return - Essays in Honour of Charles Dempsey, ed. Melinda Schlitt, Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2012, pp.233-261.
  • "Giorgio Vasari and Francesco Salviati: Friendship and Art," in The Ashgate Research Companion to Giorgio Vasari, ed. David Cast, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing, 2014, pp.195-214.

Claire Seiler

  • “‘Suspended in the Middle of Nothing’: Elizabeth Bowen and the Midcentury,” Modernism/modernity 21.1 (January 2014): 125-45.
  • —. “Francis O’Hara, War Poet,” Contemporary Literature 54.4 (2013):  810-33.

Cotten Seiler

  • Republic of Drivers: A Cultural History of Automobility in America (Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2008).
  • “Welcoming China to Modernity: U.S. Fantasies of Chinese Automobility,” Public Culture, 24.2 (Summer 2012): 357-384.

Blake Wilson

  • “If Monuments Could Sing: Music and the Origins of Civic Devotion Inside Orsanmichele,” in Orsanmichele and the History and Preservation of Civic Monument, ed. Carl Strehlke, National Gallery, Wash., D.C., Studies in the History of Art 76 (New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 2012), 139-68
  • Singing Poetry in Renaissance Florence  (Florence: Olschki, 2009)

Amy Wlodlarski

  • “The Testimonial Aesthetics of Different Trains.” Journal of the American Musicological Society 63/1 (April 2010): 99-142.  (Winner of the 2012 Article Prize from the Society of American Music)
  • “Musical Memories of Terezín in Transnational Perspective.”  In Dislocated Memories: Jews, Music, and Postwar German Culture, edited by Tina Frühoff and Lily Hirsch.  Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014.