Leslie Gates(Sociology)
Capitalist Outsiders: Oil's Legacies in Mexico and Venezuela
University of Pittsburgh Press
leslie gates
Olivia Holmes (English)
Boccaccio and Exemplary
Ethics and Mischief in the Decameron
Cambridge University Press
Boccaccio and Exemplary Literature


Meg Leja (History)
Embodying the Soul: Medicine and Religion in Carolingian Europe
University of Pennsylvania Press
embodying the soul
David Bisaha (Theatre)
American Scenic Design and Freelance Professionalism
Southern Illinois University Press
American Scenic Design and Freelance Professionalism
Giovanna Montenegro ( Comparative Literature; LACAS)
German Conquistadors in Venezuela: The Welsers' Colony, Racialized Capitalism and Cultural Memory
Notre Dame Press
German Conquistadors in Venezuela
Sean Dunwoody (History)
Passionate Peace: Emotions and Religious Coexistence in Later Sixteenth Century Augsburg 
Passionate Peace
Jeanette Patterson (Romance Languages)
Making the Bible French: The Bible historiale and the Medieval Lay Reader
University of Toronto Press
Making the Bible French
Bridget Whearty (English)
Digital Codicology: Medieval Books and Modern Labor 
Stanford University Press
Digital Codicology


Robyn Cope (Romance Languages)
The Pen and the Pan: Food, Fiction, and Homegrown Caribbean Feminism(s) 
University of the West Indies Press
The Pen and the Pan
Julia Walker (Art History)
Berlin Contemporary: Architecture and Politics after 1990
Bloomsbury Publishing
Berlin Contemporary cover
Yi Wang (History)
Transforming Inner Mongolia: Commerce, Migration, and Colonization on the Qing Frontier 
Rowman & Littlefield
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Pamela G. Smart (Art History) and Stephen Fox
Rothko Chapel: An Oasis for Reflection
Rizzoli Electra
Rothko Chapel
Tarek Shamma (Comparative Literature and TRIP) and Myriam Salama-Carr, eds.

Anthology of Arabic Discourse on Translation


Anthology of Arabic Discourse on Translation  book cover


Bradley Skopyk(History)

 Colonial Cataclysms: Climate, Landscape, and Memory in Mexico's Little Ice Age  

University of Arizona Press

Dina Danon (Judaic Studies)

The Jews of Ottoman Izmir: A Modern History
Stanford University Press

Jessie Reeder (English) 

The Forms of Informal Empire: Britain, Latin America, and Nineteenth-Century Literature
Johns Hopkins University Press


Sidney Dement (German and Russian Studies)

Pushkin's Monument and Allusion: Poem, Statue, Performance
University of Toronto Press
sidney dement

Arnab Dey (History)

Tea Environments and Plantation Culture: Imperial Disarray in Eastern India
Cambridge University Press
Arnab book cover

Jeroen Gerrits (Comparative Literature)

Cinematic Skepticism: Across Digital and Global Turns
SUNY Press

Andrew Walkling (English)

English Dramatick Opera, 1661 – 1706


Olivia Holmes (English) and Dana E. Stewart (Romance Languages), ed. 

Reconsidering Boccaccio: Medieval Contexts and Global Intertexts
University of Toronto Press


Andrew R. Walking (English)

Masque and Opera in England, 1656-1688
Ashgate Interdisciplinary Studies in Opera


Benita Roth (Sociology)

The Life and Death of ACT UP/LA: Anti-AIDS Activism in Los Angeles from the 1980s to the 2000s
Cambridge University Press

Karen-Edis Barzman (Art History)

The Limits of Identity: Early Modern Venice, Dalmatia, and the Representation of Difference
Art and Material Culture in Medieval and Renaissance Europe

Lisa Tessman (Philosophy)

When Doing the Right Thing Is Impossible
Oxford University Press
man with hand of his face looking conflicted


Jennifer Lynn Stoever (English)

The Sonic Color Line: Race and the Cultural Politics of Listening
Postmillennial Pop


Adam Laats (Teaching, Learning and Educational Leadership)

The Other School Reformers: Conservative Activism in American Education
Harvard University Press

Paul Schleuse (Music)

Singing Games in Early Modern Italy: The Music Books of Orazio Vecchi 
Indiana University Press

Lisa Tessman (Philosophy)

Moral Failure: On the Impossible Demands of Morality
Oxford University Press


Gisela Brinker-Garber (Comparative Literature)

Image in Outline: Reading Lou-Andreas-Salome 
Bloomsbury Academic


Praseeda Gopinath (English)

Scarecrows of Chivalry: English Masculinities After Empire 
University of Virginia Press

Joseph A. Keith (English)

Unbecoming Americans: Writing, Race, and Nation from the Shadows of Citizenship, 1945-1960 
Rutgers University Press

Brian K. Wall (Art History)

Theodor Adorno and Film Theory: The Fingerprint of Spirit
Palgrave McMillan


Monika Mehta (English)

Censorship and Sexuality in Bombay Cinema
University of Texas Press

Other Publications

Lisa Tessman (Philosophy) “Moral Injury and Moral Failure," How to End a War: Essays on Justice, Peace, and Repair, edited by Graham Parsons and Mark Wilson (Cambridge University Press, 2023).

David S. Brown (English) and “Seeking the (In)Visible: Whiteness and Shakespeare Studies,” Introduction for Shakespeare Studies Forum, Vol. 50 (September 2022): 17-23. [Co-authored with Patricia Akhimie and Arthur L. Little, Jr.]

David S. Brown (English) and Jennifer Stoever (English) “‘Blanched with Fear’: Reading the Racialized Soundscape in Macbeth,” Shakespeare Studies Forum, Vol. 50 (September 2022), 33-43. 

David S. Brown (English), “What You Will in the Time of COVID-19: Exploring the Digital Arts, Race and Flexible Resistance,” Lockdown Shakespeare: New Evolutions in Performance and Adaptation, ed. Erin Sullivan, Gemma Allred and Benjamin Broadribb (London: The Arden Shakespeare, 2022), 127-146. [Co-authored with Ben Crystal]

Sarah Greek (Music) , “Songs of Famine and War: Irish Famine Memory in the Music of the US Civil War.” Nineteenth-Century Music Review, 2022, pp. 1–25.

Birgit Brander Rasmussen (English) Native American Literature, 901 AD? A New Reading of the Battiste Good Wintercount. PMLA, 137(2) 2022, 279-294. 

Dora Polacheck (Romance Languages) “Recasting the Heptaméron Novellas in Brantôme’s Vies des dames galantes.” In Storytelling in Sixteenth Century France: The Negotiation of Shifting Forms, ed. Emily Thompson   (U. of Delaware/Rutgers University Press: 2022)

 Hilary Becker (CNES), “Color Technology and Trade” in Cultural History of Colorvol. 1; Carole Biggam and Kirsten Wolf, general editors; David Wharton, editor of the antiquity volume. (New York: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2021): 35-48.

Óscar F. Gil‑García (Human Development), Francesca Bovél, Luz Velazquez, Sarah Vener, and Alexandra Miranda, "'It Felt Like My Son Had Died': Zero Tolerance and the Trauma of Family Separation," Latino Studies vol. 19, no. 2 (June 2021): 260-268.

Jennifer Stoever (English), “Origin Stories: Race, Silence, and that thing we call ‘Sound Art’” in The Oxford Handbook of Sound Art, ed. Jane Grant, John Matthias and David Prior (New York: Oxford University Press, 2021), 521-540.

Jennifer Stoever (English), “From ‘Dead Spots’ to ‘Hot Spots’: Ann Petry’s ‘On Saturday the Siren Sounds at Noon'" in The Acoustics of the Social on Page and Screened. Nathalie Aghoro (New York: Bloomsbury, 2021), 164-195.

Bryan Kirschen (Romance Languages), "Spanish and Ladino in Contact in the United States," Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Linguistics vol. 14, no. 2 (2021): 385-410.

Wendy L. Wall (History), "'A Gauge of Our Faithfulness': Religion and the Politics of Immigration Reform," Religion and Politics Beyond the Culture Wars: New Directions in a Divided America, ed. Darren Dochuk (South Bend, IN: University of Notre Dame Press, 2021), pp. 101-24.

David Sterling Brown (English), “Code Black: Whiteness and Unmanliness in Hamlet” in Hamlet: The State of Play, ed. Sonia Massai and Lucy Munro (London: The Arden Shakespeare, April 2021)

Alexandra Moore (English), “Across the Threshold of Detectability at Guantánamo in the Work of Debi Cornwall,” ASAP Journal 6, no. 1 (January 2021): 211-234.

Jennifer Lynn Stoever(English) “Listening to Racial Injustice” (co-authored with Inés Casillas), in Race and Media: Critical Approaches, ed. Lori Kido Lopez. New York: NYU Press: 2020, 57-66.  
Hilary Becker(History)  Monica Ceci and Hilary Becker (2020). “Uso dei colori e scelta dei pigmenti nel mondo romano,” In Picta Fragmenta. La Pittura Vesuviana. Una Rilettura.National Archaeological Museum.Naples, Italy. September 12th-16th, 2018. Edited by V. Sampaolo, P. Giulierini, and A. Coralini. Milan: Silvana Editoriale, 421-27.

Dora Polacheck (Romance Languages) “From Affinity Groups to Partisan Narratives: Brantôme, Pierre de l’Estoile and the Guises,” Yale French Studies, 134 (published Spring 2019),  pp 147-162

Kevin M. Hatch (Art History), "'THINKING OF YOU': Bruce Conner's Epistolary Practice," American Art 33, no. 1 (Spring 2019): 52-73.

Yulia Bosworth (Romance Languages and Literatures), “The 'Bad' French of Justin Trudeau: When Language, Ideology, and Politics Collide, American Review of Canadian Studies 49, no. 1 (February 2019): 5-24.

Matthew L. McConn (TLEL), “Literature in the Standards Paradigm: An Evolution of Gains and Losses," Educational Policy (online, first published October 8, 2019).

Jennifer Lynn Stoever(English) “‘Doing fifty-five in a fifty-four’: Cop Voice, U.S. Policing and the Cadence of White Supremacy,” Journal of Interdisciplinary Voice Studies, Special Issue: Voice, Identity, Contact 3:2 (2018): 115-131.
“Crate Digging Begins at Home: Black and Latinx Women Collecting and Selecting Records in the 1960s and ‘70s Bronx,” The Oxford Handbook of Hip Hop Music, eds. Justin Burton and J.L. Oakes, Oxford, 2018: 1-20.
Bridget Whearty( English) “Chaucer’s Death, Lydgate’s Guild, and the Construction of Community in Fifteenth-Century English Literature,” in Studies in the Age of Chaucer 40 (2018): 331-373. 
“Creating Contact Zones in a ‘Post-Truth’ Era: Perspectives on Librarian/Faculty Collaboration in Information Literacy Instruction,” in A Splendid Torch: Learning and Teaching in Today’s Academic Libraries (September 2017). pp. 32-68. (Citable URL:

Monika Mehta (English), “Fan and its Paratexts,” Dossier: The Fan as Doppelgänger, Framework 58, no. 1-2, guest ed. Anupama Kapse and Meheli Sen (2017): 128-143.

Andrew R. Walkling (English), “The Ups and Downs of Louis Grabu”, Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle 48, no.1 (March 2017): 1–64.

Luiza F. Moreira (Comparative Literature), "Contextos e pistas: Um editorial de Pensamento da América," Terceira Margem 23 (Julho- Dezembro 2010): 25-35.