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Submissions from 2015

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Reintroducing Fuller: Periodical, Transatlantic, Urban, Brigitte Bailey

Submissions from 2014

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“Good lord, for alliance” : Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing., Douglas M. Lanier

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"Shakespearean Rhizomatics: Adaptation, Ethics, Value.", Douglas M. Lanier

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Dawnland Voices: An Anthology of Writing from Indigenous New England , Siobhan Senier

Subaltern DH: Insurgent Digital Archives, Siobhan Senier

Submissions from 2013

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Introduction: Fuller at Two Hundred, Brigitte Bailey

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Margaret Fuller and Her Circles, Brigitte Bailey, Katheryn P. Viens, and Conrad Edick Wright

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L'homme blanc et l'homme noir: Les enfants du paradis and Othello, Douglas M. Lanier

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"There won't be puppets, will there?": 'Heroic' Authorship and the Cultural Politics of Anonymous, Douglas M. Lanier

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Traditionally, Disability Was Not Seen as Such’: Writing and Healing in the Work of Mohegan Medicine People, Siobhan Senier

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Writing of Indigenous New England, Siobhan Senier

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Introduction: Disability and Indigenous Studies, Siobhan Senier and Clare Barker

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Indigenizing Wikipedia: Student Accountability to Native American Authors on the World’s Largest Encyclopedia, Siobhan Senier and J. Dougherty

Submissions from 2012

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Introduction: Transatlantic Studies and American Women Writers, Brigitte Bailey

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Margaret Fuller’s New-York Tribune Dispatches from Great Britain: Modern Geography and the Print Culture of Reform, Brigitte Bailey

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Marketing Shakespeare, Douglas M. Lanier

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Murdering Othello, Douglas M. Lanier

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"Nimble in damnation, quick in tune": Vice and The Revenger's Tragedy, Douglas M. Lanier

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Transatlantic Women: Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers and Great Britain, Beth L. Lueck, Brigitte Bailey, and Lucinda L. Damon-Bach

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Rehabilitation Reservations: Native Narrations of Disability and Community, Siobhan Senier

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Rethinking Recognition: Mi’kmaq and Maliseet Poets Rewrite Land and Community, Siobhan Senier

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Introduction: Indigenous New England, Siobhan Senier and M. Lukens

Submissions from 2011

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Exaltadas: A Female Genealogy of Transcendentalism [Review], Brigitte Bailey

When No One Is Looking, C. Dana and Siobhan Senier

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"I'll Teach You Differences": Film Genre, Critical Pedagogy, and Shakespeare on Screen, Douglas M. Lanier

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Nouveau noir: Claude Chabrol's Ophélia, Shakespeare's Hamlet, and the nouvelle vague, Douglas M. Lanier

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Post-Textual Shakespeare, Douglas M. Lanier

English Letters and Indian Literacies: Reading, Writing and New England Missionary Schools, Siobhan Senier

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Indigenous New England Literature, Siobhan Senier

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Jean O’Brien’s Firsting and Lasting: Writing Indians Out of Existence in New England and Ann Morrison Spinney’s Passamaquoddy Ceremonial Songs: Aesthetics and Survival [Book Review], Siobhan Senier

Submissions from 2010

Recent Shakespearean Adaptation and the Mutations of Cultural Capital, Douglas M. Lanier

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All This / Is Abenaki Country: Cheryl Savageau’s Poetic Awikighanak, Siobhan Senier

Margot Mifflin’s The Blue Tattoo: The Life of Olive Oatman [Book Review], Siobhan Senier

Submissions from 2009

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Margaret Fuller: Transatlantic Crossings in a Revolutionary Age [Review], Brigitte Bailey

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Ellington's Dark Lady, Douglas M. Lanier

"The villainy you teach me": The Merchant of Venice in Popular Culture, Douglas M. Lanier

Submissions from 2008

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Domesticating Foreign Struggles: The Italian Risorgimento and Antebellum American Identity; Buffalo Bill in Bologna: The Americanization of the World, 1869–1922; and Haunted Museum: Longing, Travel, and the Art-Romance Tradition [Review], Brigitte Bailey

"A sea-change / Into something rich and strange": The Tempest in Popular Culture, Douglas M. Lanier

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Julie Taymor, Douglas M. Lanier

"Kiss Me Kate": The Taming of the Shrew in Popular Culture, Douglas M. Lanier

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Shakespeare, from Stage to Screen. [Review], Douglas M. Lanier

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Shakespeare on the Record, Douglas M. Lanier

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Helen Hunt Jackson’s Ramona , Siobhan Senier

Submissions from 2007

"Determined to be a Villain": Richard III in Popular Culture, Douglas M. Lanier

Jazzing up Shakespeare, Douglas M. Lanier

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Shakespeare™: Author and Myth, Douglas M. Lanier

"Unaccommodated Man": King Lear in Popular Culture, Douglas M. Lanier

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William Shakespeare, Filmmaker, Douglas M. Lanier

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Will of the People: Recent Shakespeare Film Parody and the Politics of Popularization, Douglas M. Lanier

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World-Wide Shakespeares: Local Appropriations in Film and Performance. [Review], Douglas M. Lanier

Patricia Loughlin’s Hidden Treasures of the American West [Book Review], Siobhan Senier

Submissions from 2006

"A Kind of Merry War": Much Ado About Nothing in Popular Culture, Douglas M. Lanier

"Caviar to the General": Hamlet in Popular Culture, Douglas M. Lanier

"Hours dreadful and things strange": Macbeth in Popular Culture, Douglas M. Lanier

"O, what a fall was there, my countrymen!": Julius Caesar in Popular Culture, Douglas M. Lanier

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Shakespeare and Cultural Studies: An Overview, Douglas M. Lanier

"That you have but slumbered here": A Midsummer Night's Dream in Popular Culture, Douglas M. Lanier

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Dydia DeLyser, Ramona Memories: Tourism and the Shaping of Southern California [Book Review], Siobhan Senier

Submissions from 2005

"Edith Wharton", Brigitte Bailey

"Henry Adams", Brigitte Bailey

"Phillis Wheatley", Brigitte Bailey

Profession of Writing, 1800-1900, Brigitte Bailey

"It is the Green-Eyed Monster": Othello and Popular Culture, Douglas M. Lanier

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Minstrelsy / Jazz / Rap: Shakespearean Legitimation and African-American Culture, Douglas M. Lanier

"What's in a Name?": Romeo and Juliet and Popular Culture, Douglas M. Lanier

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Thank you, LaVonne, Siobhan Senier

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Sarah Winnemucca, Siobhan Senier, S. Crawford, and D. Kelley

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Native American Literature, Siobhan Senier, D. Watters, and B. Feintuch

Submissions from 2004

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Religious icons, national iconography, and female bodies in Hawthorne and Stowe, Brigitte Bailey

Judith Ranta’s Betsey Guppy Chamberlain: Native American Mill Worker [Review], Siobhan Senier

Submissions from 2003

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Tourism and Visual Subjection in Letters from Abroad and 'An Incident at Rome.', Brigitte Bailey

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Nostalgia and Theatricality: The Fate of the Shakespearean Stage in The Midsummer Night's Dreams of Michael Hoffman, Adrian Noble, and Christine Edzard, Douglas M. Lanier

Chadwick Allen’s Blood Narrative: Indigenous Identity in American Indian and Maori Literary and Activist Texts [Book Review], Siobhan Senier

Kate Phillips’s Helen Hunt Jackson: A Literary Life [Book Review], Siobhan Senier

Submissions from 2002

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Fuller, Hawthorne, and imagining urban spaces in Rome, Brigitte Bailey

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Gender, Nation, and the Tourist Gaze in the European 'Year of Revolutions': Kirkland's Holidays Abroad, Brigitte Bailey

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Art thou base, common and popular?'": The Cultural Politics of Kenneth Branagh's Hamlet, Douglas M. Lanier

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Shakescorp Noir, Douglas M. Lanier

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Shakespeare and Modern Popular Culture, Douglas M. Lanier

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WSHX: Shakespeare and American Radio, Douglas M. Lanier

Anita Endrezze’s Throwing Fire at the Sun, Water at the Moon [Book Review], Siobhan Senier

Sally Zanjani’s Sarah Winnemucca [Book Review], Siobhan Senier

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Employing the Local: A Penobscot Modern in the Federal Writers’ Project, Siobhan Senier and H. Bak

Submissions from 2001

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"Henry Porter," "Matthew Roydon," and "Nicholas Udall.", Douglas M. Lanier

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The Idea of a John Barrymore, Douglas M. Lanier

Sally Zanjani’s Sarah Winnemucca [Book Review], Siobhan Senier

Voices of American Indian Assimilation and Resistance: Helen Hunt Jackson, Sarah Winnemucca, Victoria Howard, Siobhan Senier

Submissions from 2000

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Representing Italy: Fuller, History Painting, and the Popular Press, Brigitte Bailey

Shakespeare and Popular Culture, Douglas M. Lanier

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Allotment Protest and Tribal Discourse: Reading Wynema’s Successes and Shortcomings, Siobhan Senier

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The ‘How-To’ and its Hazards in a Moment of Institutional Change, Siobhan Senier and L. Botshon

Submissions from 1999

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Fertile Visions: Jacobean Revels and the Erotics of Occasion, Douglas M. Lanier

Submissions from 1998

Now: The Presence of History in Pacino's Looking for Richard, Douglas M. Lanier

Traditions Shown But Not Explained: Native Spirituality and Transcribed Oral Stories, Siobhan Senier, M. Ditullio, and G. Stickney

Submissions from 1997

American Indian Intellectuals in the Era of Assimilation: Victoria Howard’s Oral Narratives, Siobhan Senier

Gerald Vizenor’s Hotline Healers [Book Review], Siobhan Senier

Victoria Howard, Siobhan Senier

Submissions from 1996

"So Short You Read My Character": Ben Jonson and the Sphragis, Douglas M. Lanier

Submissions from 1995

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Hawthorne and the Author Question [Review], Brigitte Bailey

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Travel Writing and the Metropolis: James, London, and English Hours, Brigitte Bailey