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2014

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Pedagogy in Action: Teaching and Writing as Rhetorical Performance, Lesley E. Bartlett

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The Page Turner, Angela Berry, Emily Burns, Kirsten Clawson, Jaime DeTour, Daley ElDorado, Eric Holt, Nathan Sindelar, Erin Thomas, and Caitlin Wilson

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Advertising "In These Times:" How Historical Context Influenced Advertisements for Willa Cather's Fiction, Erika K. Hamilton

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The Gallimaufry, Kaitlin Hildreth, Andrew Saunders, Annie Stokely, Francesca Torquati, Bailey Pons, Nick Robinson, Morgan Condello, Aliana Keplinger, and Layla Younis

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Student Engagement and Action in Classroom and Community: Place-Based Education and Social Action for the High-Achieving Student, Rachel M. Jank

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Adding to Blake Set to Music: A Bibliography, Ashanka Kumari

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Leaving Myself Behind, Shea Montgomery

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Shelterbelt: Land that Speaks, Ryan Oberhelman

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Poets Don't Ride Motorcycles, Andrew G. Tully

2013

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“IN COUNTERFEIT PASSION”: CROSS-DRESSING, TRANSGRESSION, AND FRAUD IN SHAKESPEARE AND MIDDLETON, Anastasia S. Bierman

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Illuminating the Darkness: The Naturalistic Evolution of Gothicism in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel and Visual Art, Cameron Dodworth

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Teaching Self: The Ambiguity of Lived Experience in Classroom Discourse, Scott V. Gealy

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Symbolic Capital and the Performativity of Authorship: The Construction and Commodification of the Nineteenth-Century Authorial Celebrity, Whitney Helms

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Midwestern Mythologies, Adam Lee Hubrig

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Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice & the 'Productions' of National Identity in the Face of the Other, Eder Jaramillo

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"This World Must Touch the Other": Crossing the U.S.-Mexico Border in American Novels and Television, Guadalupe V. Linares

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Intersections in Immanence: Spinoza, Deleuze, Negri, Abigail Lowe

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Beyond the Looking-Glass: The Intensity of the Gothic Dream in Nineteenth-Century British Literature, Anne N. Nagel

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Hardy, Darwin, and the Art of Moral Husbandry, Owen Roberts-Day

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MONSTROSITY, Karen N. Wohlgemuth

2012

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Intermodality in Teaching Writing, Margarette Christensen

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Cumberland [abstract], Megan M. Gannon

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Using Place Conscious Education and Social Action to Plug The "Rural Brain Drain", Danielle M. Helzer

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Trans-spatiality as the Horizon of the Coming Community: Ethico-ontology and Aesthetics in Asian Immigrant Literature, Dae-Joong Kim

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"To Bend Without Breaking": American Women's Authorship and the New Woman, 1900-1935, Amber Harris Leichner

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Traumatized Voices: The Transformation of Personal Trauma into Public Writing During the Romantic Era, Karalyne S. Lowery

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Thirdspace Professional Development as Effective Response to the Contested Spaces of Computers and Writing, Jason L. McIntosh

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WHAT I MEAN WHEN I SAY AUTISM: RE-THINKING THE ROLES OF LANGUAGE AND LITERACY IN AUTISM DISCOURSE, Bernice M. Olivas

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Leeched Stories, Layered Selves: Appropriating Narratives and Finding Voice in El Salvador, Kaitlyn E. Palacios

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Disciplinary Permeations: Complicating the "Public" and the "Private" Dualism in Composition and Rhetoric, Erica E. Rogers

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Imaginary You, Joshua A. Ware

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URBAN PLACE-CONSCIOUS EDUCATION: PRIDE IN THE INNER CITY, Tamara A. Zwick

2011

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IBN ARABSHAH: THE UNACKNOWLEDGED DEBT OF CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE’S TAMBURLAINE, Ahlam M. Alruwaili

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Women on the Ground: Bringing Theory and Activism Together Through Domestic Violence Narratives, Kacey J. Barrow

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Up Too Late: A Novel Excerpt, Peter Bayless

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Towards a Theory of Comic Book Adaptation, Colin Beineke

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City of Slow Dissolve, John M. Chavez

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Gentility and the Canon Under Seige: Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, Violence, and Contemporary Adaptations of Jane Austen, Elisabeth Chretien

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“The grin of the skull beneath the skin:” Reassessing the Power of Comic Characters in Gothic Literature, Amanda D. Drake

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Mobilizing Sentiment: Popular American Women's Fiction of the Great War; 1914-1922, Sabrina Ehmke Sergeant

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Living Well: The Value of Teaching Place, Catherine M. English

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My Secret Life in Film: A Memoir, Kelly Grey Carlisle

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After the Rainbow, Rachel Hruza

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Skunk Hammock, Britton Cody Lumpkin

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I Don't: A Study of Marriage, Ethnicity, and Citizenship in Ethnic Women's Writing, Shannon McMahon

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Using Textual Features to Predict Popular Content on Digg, Paul H. Miller

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Piracy, Slavery, and Assimilation: Women in Early Modern Captivity Literature, David C. Moberly

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The Dutch Smuggler's Story [abstract only], Devin Murphy

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"What's A Goin' On?" People and Place in the Fiction of Edythe Squier Draper, 1924-1941, Aubrey R. Streit Krug

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Queen of the Platform: Inventions on the Life of Matilda Fletcher, Laura Madeline Wiseman

2010

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"Good English": Literacy and Institutional Systems at a Community Literacy Organization, Charise G. Alexander

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Women Gathered on Flat Rooftops and Thumprints in Black Coffee, Sana M. Amoura-Patterson

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Examining Early and Recent Criticism of The Waste Land: A Reassessment, Tyler E. Anderson Mr.

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How the World Turns Quietly, Dana N. Boyer

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"Just a Girl": The Community-Centered Cult Television Heroine, 1995-2007, Tamy Burnett

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INHABITING MODERNISM: PERNES, PORTALS, AND YEATS’S TRANSITIVE FORCE, Daniel Gomes

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Don DeLillo and 9/11: A Question of Response, Michael Jamieson

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Pragmatism, Disciplinarity And Making The Work Of Writing Visible In The 21st Century, Michael W. Kelly

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Why We Love Dusk, Scott C. Kratochvil

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Keep Going, Jeff Lacey

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"The Future In the Instant": Posthumanism(s) in Early Modern English Drama, Farrah Lehman

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UNRAVELLING THE REBOZO: THE EFFECTS OF POWER ON THE BODY IN SANDRA CISNEROS’S CARAMELO, Guadalupe V. Linares

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The Annie Prey Jorgensen Papers: Nineteenth-Century Writing Instruction and Women's Rhetoric on the Plains, Renee McGill

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Rethinking Repair, Monica Rentfrow

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Fearing the "Turban'd Turk": Socio-Economic Access to Genre and the "Turks" of Early Modern English Dramas and Broadside Ballads, Katie S. Sisneros

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A REVISIONARY APPROACH TO CROSS-CURRICULAR LITERACY WORK, Sandra L. Tarabochia

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Violets, Xu (Sherry) Wang

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Razorback, Frank Wheeler

2009

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Transcultural Transformation: African American and Native American Relations, Barbara S. Tracy

2008

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ACADEMIC CULTURAL GUIDES: SPONSORS OF ACADEMIC LITERACY DEVELOPMENT, Luis Balmore Rivas

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A Hand of Steel in a Velvet Glove: Purpose and Fulfillment through the Gender Sphere, Sylvie A. Shires

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THE SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT OF WRITING AND THE RESIDUE OF REFORM, Eric Turley

2007

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Writing and Circulating Modern America: Journalism and the American Novelist, 1872-1938, Derek John Driedger

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Democratic Relationships: An Institutional Way of Life with/in the Writing Center, Katie Hupp Stahlnecker

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E. B. White’s Environmental Web, Lynn Overholt Wake

2006

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Allusive Mechanics in Modern and Postmodern Fiction As Suggested by James Joyce in His Novel Dubliners, Kynan D. Connor

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This Is My Idaho, Cynthia L. Struloeff

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Identity and Authenticity: Explorations in Native American and Irish Literature and Culture, Drucilla M. Wall

2004

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At the Edge of the Circle: Willa Cather and American Arts Communities, Andrew W. Jewell

1993

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Paintings and Drawings in Willa Cather's Prose: A Catalogue Raisonné, Polly P. Duryea

1971

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Thoreau's Argument in "Economy", William H. Hansen