Graduate Student Notes

Jessica Campbell’s article, “Beauty and the Beast and Great Expectations” appeared in the Dickens Quarterly, March 2014.

Lillian Campbell had a publication titled, “‘MacGyver-meets-Dr. Ruth’: Science Journalism and the Material Positioning of Dr. Carla Pugh” come out in Women’s Studies in Communication37:1 (Feb 2014): 44–65.

Sarah Faulkner’s essay “Landscapes of Labour: Investigating the ‘Special Faculties’ of News from Nowhere and The Island of Dr Moreau,” will appear in the collection Troubled Landscapes: Utopias and Dystopias in H.G. Wells, William Morris and Beyond(Palgrave, forthcoming 2016). Her article “Nowhere and Never Land: Fciteale Negation in the Fantasy Lands of Christina Rossetti and J. M. Barrie” is forthcoming in Topic: Washington and Jefferson College Review and her entry, “Switzerland” is forthcoming in Women’s Lives around the World: A Global Encyclopedia.

Chelsea Grimmer presented a paper at this year’s Pacific Ancient and Modern Association (PAMLA). Titled, “Reading against the Absent Referent: Bare Life, Gender and The Cow,” it is forthcoming in Pacific Coast Philology.

Hsinmei Lin has written “Songs Yet to Be Sung: Walt Whitman in Taiwan,” which will appear in the Walt Whitman Quarterly Review in the 2015 winter issue.

Sarah Kathryn Moore’s work, “Imagery and Abstraction in ‘Night Crow’,” has been accepted in the forthcoming volume,A Field Guide to the Poetry of Theodore Roethke.

Tesla Schaeffer’s article, “Readers Would Seek Grief: Dionne Brand’s thirsty and the Textual Legibility of Trauma,” is forthcoming in the Journal of Modern Literature.

Alan Williams’ article, “Rethinking Yaoi on the Regional and Global Scale,” can be found in Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific.