Dr. David Bruzina

Bruzina, David, and Douglas Higbee, editors. Hunting and Academic Identity. U of South Carolina P, 2017.

Bruzina, David. “Two Poems: 'Gazillionaire Merging with Nature' and 'Windfall of Meat'.”  Green Mountains Review, 10 Aug. 2015.

---. “A Patchwork ESOL Program,” Carolina TESOL Conference, 2015.

---. “Jon Tuttle” and “Elise Blackwell.” The South Carolina Encyclopedia Guide to South Carolina Writers, edited by Tom Mack, U of South Carolina P, 2014.

---. “Job Market Slide,” “What It Is,” and “The Economy,” StorySouth, no. 37, Spring/Summer 2014, www.storysouth.com/issues/.

---. “What Means: Digital Community,” South Atlantic Modern Languages Association Conference, 2014.

Dr. Eric Carlson

 Carlson, Eric. “Njal’s Saga as the Keystone Text in the Interdisciplinary Classroom.” Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching. Forthcoming.

---. “Grendel as Novelistic Outlaw-Hero: A Girardian Reading.” “Goode myrth ye shall here”: Telling Tales and Crafting Books, Essays in Honor of Thomas H. Ohlgren. Eds. Alex Kaufman, Shaun F.D. Hughes, and Dorsey Armstrong.  MIP, 2016, pp 23-47.

---. “Grendel’s Eucharist: An Outlaw’s Last Supper.”  International Congress on Medieval Studies, Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 14, 2015.

---. “The Rhetoric of Combat in The Battle of Maldon.” Southeastern Medieval Association Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, October 18, 2014.

---. “Mutable Desires: Girardian Two-Object Rivalries in Beowulf.” The Journal of Literature and Art Studies, vol.2, no. 7, 2012, pp 91-702.

Dr. Bill Claxon

Claxon, William N., Jr. “Language Denied:  Father-Son Conflict in Charles Mungoshi’s ‘Shadows on the Wall,’” Notes on Contemporary Literature vol. 4, no. 4, September 2014, pp. 6-8.

---. “A Dog Named Bingo.” Concho River Review, Vol. 27, no. 1, Spring 2013, pp. 1-6.

---. “The Chinese Cultural Revolution Re-imagined in Memoir and Fiction,” The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900, February 25, 2011.

---. “Defenders or Destroyers of the Common Good: Males in Contemporary Southern Literature,” American Men’s Studies Association (AMSA), April 1, 2011.

---. “The Making of a Writer:  The Relationship between Nadine Gordimer and The New Yorker,” The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900, February 20, 2009.

Professor Vicki Collins

Collins, Vicki.  The Silent Appalachian: Wordless Mountaineers in Fiction, Film, and Television. McFarland & Company Publishing, 2016.

---. “Appalachia.” Wish You Were Here: A Poetry & Prose Anthology. Old Mountain Press, 2016, pp 31.

---. “Mountain Tunes.” The Southern Poetry Anthology: North Carolina. Texas Review Press, 2015, pp 83.

---. “Blue Horseplay.” Night of Horseplay: Equine Fantasies and Other Stories. Aiken Scribblers, 2014, pp 49.

---. “Dorothea Benton Frank” and “Dot Jackson.” The South Carolina Encyclopedia Guide to South Carolina Writers, edited by Tom Mack, U of South Carolina P, 2014.

---. “Heaven Came Down.” Windhover. University of Mary Hardin-Baylor Press, 2011, pp 3.

Dr. Andrew Geyer

Geyer, Andrew, Jerry Craven, Terry Dalrymple, Jan Seale, and Kristin van Namen. Texas 5X5, edited by Laurie Champion. Stephen F. Austin UP, 2014.

Geyer, Andrew and Tom Mack, editors. A Shared Voice: A Tapestry of Tales. Lamar UP, 2013.

Geyer, Andrew. Dixie Fish. Ink Brush Press, 2011.

---. Siren Songs from the Heart of Austin. Ink Brush Press, 2010.

---. Meeting the Dead. U of New Mexico P, 2007.

---. Whispers in Dust and Bone. Texas Tech UP, 2003.

Dr. Todd Hagstette

Hagstette, Todd and John Mayfield, editors. The Field of Honor: Essays on Southern Character and American Identity. U of South Carolina P, 2017.

Hagstette, Todd, editor. Reading William Gilmore Simms: Essays of Introduction to the Author’s Canon. U of South Carolina P, 2017.

---. “Writing the Duel: Rhetorical Negotiation and the Language of Honor in the Antebellum South.” The Field of Honor: Essays on Southern Character and American Identity. U of South Carolina P, 2017, pp 77-92.

---. “Preface,” “Confession; or, The Blind Heart,” “The Golden Christmas: A Chronicle of St. John’s, Berkeley,” “Guy Rivers: A Tale of Georgia,” “The Kentucky Tragedy Romances,” and “Martin Faber, the Story of a Criminal; and Other Tales.” Reading William Gilmore Simms: Essays of Introduction to the Author’s Canon. U of South Carolina P, 2017.

---. “Private vs. Public Honor in Wartime South Carolina:  William Gilmore Simms in Lecture, Letter, and History,” William Gilmore Simms’s Unfinished Civil War:  Consequences for a Southern Man of Letters, edited by David Moltke-Hansen, U of South Carolina P, 2013. 48-67.

Dr. Doug Higbee

Higbee, Douglas and Debra Rae Cohen, editors. Teaching Representations of the First World War. Modern Language Association, 2017.

Higbee, Douglas and David Bruzina, editors. Hunting and Academic Identity. U of South Carolina P, 2017.

Higbee, Douglas. “Brian Turner’s Here, Bullet and the Soldier-Poet Tradition.” South Atlantic Review, vol.80, no. 1-2, 2015, pp. 115-132.

---. “Veterans’ Movements and Peace.” Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace, edited by Nigel Young. Oxford UP, 2010.

---, editor. Military Culture and Education. Ashgate Press, 2010.

---. “Constructions of Comradeship: Ivor Gurney and the British First World War Veterans’ Movement.” The Space Between: Literature and Culture, 1914-1945, vol. 4, no. 1, 39-61.

Dr. Matt Miller

Miller, Matthew L. “Fighting in the Streets, Fighting for Place: Superheroes in Yang and Liew’s The Shadow Hero and Okupe’s E. X. O.”  International Comics Art Forum, Columbia, SC, April 2016.

---. “Paule Marshall: My Place is No Longer Here.” MELUS Conference, Charleston, SC, March 2016. 

---. “Claude McKay’s Banana Bottom: The First Transnational American Novel.” Twentieth-Fifth Annual British Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies Conference, Savannah, GA, February 2016.

---, editor.  Class, Please Open Your Comics:  Essays on Teaching with Graphic Narratives. McFarland Press, 2015. 

---. “Trauma in Junot Díaz’s Drown.” Notes on Contemporary Literature, vol. 41, no. 1, 2011, 2-5.

---. “Chang-rae Lee’s A Gesture Life: The Recuperation of Identity.” Ethnic Studies Review, vol. 32, no. 2, 2009, 1-23. 

Dr. Lynne Rhodes

Rhodes, Lynne. “When Is Writing Also Reading?” Across the Disciplines: Special Issue on Reading and WAC, vol. 10, no. 4, Dec. 2013, p. 370.

---. “A Friend in Your Neighborhood: Local Risk Communication.” College Composition and Communication, vol. 61, no. 2, Dec. 2009, p. 370.

---. “Using Assessment to Introduce Incremental Change.” Pedagogy, vol. 8, no. 3, Fall 2008. 

Rhodes, Lynne and Karl Fornes. “Blog Play in the Composition Classroom.” McGraw Hill Higher Education, May 2004.

Rhodes, Lynne. “Gaining Ground Revisited: Sustaining Grounds Gained.” Language and Learning Across the Disciplines, vol. 4, no. 2, Aug. 2000, pp. 20-39.

---. “Purposes, Processes, and Personalities in Disciplinary Writing.” Dissertation, University of South Carolina, 1996.

Professor Roy Seeger

Seeger, Roy. Prayer Book for the Midwestern Agnostic. Main Street Publishing Inc., 2014.

---. “Dean Young.” Critical Survey of Poets, edited by Rosemary M. Canfield Reisman. Salem Press, 2011.

---. “Imitation Bird.” The Greensboro Review, vol. 88, Fall 2010, pp 64.

---. The Boy Whose Hands Were Birds. Main Street Rag Publishing Inc., 2008.

---. The Garden of Improbable Birds. Grey Mare/Gribble Press, 2007.

---. “Tell Me Over and Over Again: The Cycles of Trauma and Eco-criticism in Tim O’Brien’s In the Lake of the Woods.” MidAmerica: The Yearbook of the Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature. 35. The Midwestern Press. 2007.

Dr. Katie Kalpin Smith

Smith, Kathleen Kalpin. Gender, Speech, and Audience Reception in Early Modern England. Routledge UP. Forthcoming.

---, editor.  All’s Well That Ends Well, New Kittredge Shakespeare Edition, Focus Publishing, 2012.

---. “Women's Speech in the Age of Shakespeare.” Literature Compass, March 2013, pp. 260–268.

---. “Negotiating Audiences: Speech and Reception in All's Well That Ends Well and Henry V.

---. Who Hears? Onstage and Offstage Audiences in Shakespeare, edited by Laury Magnus and Walter Cannon, Farleigh Dickinson UP, 2011, pp. 131-143.

Kalpin, Kathleen. “Framing Wifely Advice in Thomas Heywood’s A Curtaine Lecture and Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale.” Studies in English Literature, vol. 48, no.1, Winter 2008, pp. 131-146.

---. “‘As If the End They Purpos’d Were Their Own’: Early Modern Representations of Speech Between Women.” Women’s Studies, vol. 35, no.8, December 2006, pp. 757-777.

Dr. Julie Wise

Wise, Julie. “Dollie Radford and the Case of the Disappearing Babies.” Extraordinary Aesthetes: Reimagining Fin de Siècle Literary Culture, edited by Joseph Bristow, U of Toronto P, forthcoming.

---. Review of The Art of Eloquence: Byron, Dickens, Tennyson, Joyce, by Matthew Bevis. Victorian Studies, vol. 54, no. 1,  Winter 2011, pp. 164-65.

---. Review of Women Writers and the Dark Side of Late-Victorian Hellenism, by T. D. Olverson.  Victorian Studies, vol. 53, no. 2, Spring 2011, pp. 345-47. 

---. “From Langham Place to Lancashire: Poetry, Community, and the Victoria Press’s Offering to Lancashire.”  Victorian Poetry, vol. 47, no. 3, Fall 2009, pp. 517-32.

---. “Michael Field’s Translations into Verse.”  Michael Field and Their World, edited by Margaret D. Stetz and Cheryl A. Wilson, Rivendale, 2007, pp. 203-10.


Professor Kathy Hauer

Hauer, Kathryn. Redcliffe: The Adventures of Two Southern Girls. Redcliffe Publishing, 2014.

---. “Are Home Repair Warranties Worth the Cost?” Christian Science Monitor, 18 Apr. 2016.

---. “Fantasy Football and Investing.” NASDAQ, 27 Oct. 2015.

---. “How Investing in the Stock Market Is Like Having a Teenager. NASDAQ, 10 Mar. 2016.

---. “How to Calculate Your Return on Investment.” Christian Science Monitor, 29 May 2016.

---. “Taxes – Doing It Yourself Is Easier Than You Think.” Christian Science Monitor, 15 Feb 2016.

Professor Jim Saine

Saine, James. “A Week at the Beach.” The Petigru Review, 2012, pp. 73-80.

---. “Assault.” The Petigru Review, 2012, pp. 68.

---. “Forbidden Love.” Nights of Horseplay: Equine Fantasies and Other Stories. Aiken Scribblers, 2014, pp. 65-76.

Professor Ed Wilson

Wilson, Edward. “Santa Fe,” “Thriller Writer.” The Southern Poetry Review, vol. 52, no. 2, 2015, pp. 7-8.

---. “Ben Ross,” “Calling,” “In Blue,” “Irises,” “At Moot Point,” “Qualla Boundary,” “Ruby,”  “There Is a River Under the Lake,” “Whoo.” Town Creek Poetry, vol. 9, no. 1, Spring 2015.

Wilson, Edward. “Featured Poet: an interview with Edward Wilson.” Interviewed by William Wright. Town Creek Poetry, vol. 9, no. 1, Spring 2015.

Wilson, Edward. “Like a Fingerprint: Q and A with Edward Wilson.” Interviewed by Thibault Raoult. The Georgia Review, 11 February, 2015.

Wilson, Edward. “East Tennessee,” “Nashville, 1945,” “Willadean MacIlvane,” “Looking at William Christenberry’s Tenant House II.”  The Georgia Review, vol. 68, no. 1, Spring 2014, pp. 158-165.

---. “Oyster,” “Rock,” Camellias in Snow.” The Georgia Review, vol. 68, no. 3, Fall 2014, pp. 549-551.