Faculty Bookshelf

Books published by our M.A. in English program graduate faculty:

Sacred Seeds Text

Sacred Seeds: New World Plants in Early Modern English Literature
(University of Nebraska Press, 2019)by Edward “Mac” Test

Law and Sexuality Text

Law and Sexuality in Tennessee Williams’s America
(Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2016)by Jacqueline O’Connor

Salt Poems in Catalan
(Francis Boutle, 2017)by Ponç Pons; Translated from Catalan by Clyde Moneyhun

Postcolonial Theory and Avatar
(Bloomsbury Publishing, 2015)by Gautam Basu Thakur

Before the West Was West: Critical Essays on Pre-1800 Literature of the American Frontiers
(University of Nebraska Press, 2014)edited by Amy T. Hamilton and Tom J. Hillard

The Activist Learner: Inquiry, Literacy, and Service to Make Learning Matter
(Teachers College Press, 2014)by Jeffrey D. Wilhelm, Whitney Douglas, and Sara W. Fry

Documentary Trial Plays in Contemporary American Theater
(Southern Illinois University Press, 2013)by Jacqueline O’Connor

Transatlantic Transcendentalism: Coleridge, Emerson, and Nature
(Edinburgh University Press, 2013)by Samantha C. Harvey

Performance and the Middle English Romance
(D. S. Brewer, 2012)by Linda Marie Zaerr

The Curious Writer (5th edition)
(Longman, 2017)by Bruce Ballenger

Coleridge’s Responses, Volume III: Coleridge on Nature and Vision
(Continuum, 2008)edited by Samantha C. Harvey

The Curious Reader: Exploring Personal and Academic Inquiry (2nd edition)
(Longman, 2006)by Bruce Ballenger and Michelle Payne

The Colonial Moment: Discoveries and Settlements in Modern American Poetry
(Northern Illinois University Press, 2004)by Jeffrey W. Westover

Crafting Fiction: In Theory, in Practice
(McGraw-Hill Humanities, 2000)by Marvin Diogenes and Clyde Moneyhun

Dramatizing Dementia: Madness in the Plays of Tennessee Williams
(Popular Press, 1997)by Jacqueline O’Connor