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Nicole Amare
A Unified Theory of Information Design:  Visuals, Text, and Ethics. Co-authored by Alan Manning. Baywood, 2013.
Larry Beason
Eyes Before Ease: The Unsolved Mysteries and Secret Histories of Spelling. McGraw-Hill, 2006.
Pat Cesarini
"'What Has Become of Your Praying to God?': Daniel Gookin's Troubled History of King Philip's War." Early American Literature 44:3, 2009.
Annmarie Guzy
"Why Honors Students Still Need First-Year Composition." Honors in Practice 7, 2011.
John Halbrooks
"P.D. James Reads Beowulf." Anglo-Saxon Culture and the Modern Imagination, edited by David Clark and Nicholson Perkins. D.S. Brewer, 2010.
Carolyn Haines
The Darkling. As R. B. Chesterton. Pegasus, 2013.
Ellen Harrington
Scribbling Women & the Short Story Form: Approaches by American & British Women Writers. Edited collection. Peter Lang, 2008.
Richard Hillyer
Sir Philip Sidney, Cultural Icon. Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.
Cristopher Hollingsworth
Alice beyond Wonderland: Essays for the Twenty-First Century. Edited collection. University of Iowa Press, 2009.
Derek Lowe
"Wordsworth's 'Unenlightened Swain': Keats and Greek Myth in I stood tip-toe upon a little hill." Keats-Shelley Journal LVII, 2008.
Becky McLaughlin
"Literature, Theory and the Beatific Effects of Reading." Literature and Ethics: From the Green Night to the Dark Night, edited by Brie and Rossiter. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010.
Christopher Raczkowski
"Metonymic Hats and Metaphoric Tumbleweeds: Noir Literary Aesthetics in Miller's Crossing and The Big Lebowski." This Year's Work in Lebowski Studies, edited by Comentale and Jaffe. Indiana, 2009.
Justin St.Clair
Sound and Aural Media in Postmodern Literature: Novel Listening. Routledge, 2013.
Steven Trout
On the Battlefield of Memory: The First World War and American Remembrance, 1919-1941. University of Alabama Press, 2010.
Sue Walker
In the Realm of Rivers: Alabama's Mobile-Tensaw Delta. NewSouth Books, 2004.
Jesmyn Ward
Salvage the Bones: A Novel. Bloomsbury, 2011.

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