Submissions from 2016

Impact of Source Texts and Prompts on Students’ Genre Uptake, Ryan T. Miller, Thomas D. Mitchell, and Silvia Pessoa

Role and Genre Expectations in Undergraduate Case Analysis in Information Systems, Ryan T. Miller and Silvia Pessoa

Where's Your Thesis Statement and What Happened to Your Topic Sentences? Identifying Organizational Challenges in Undergraduate Student Argumentative Writing, Ryan T. Miller and Silvia Pessoa


Methodological Challenges to Researching Composing Processes in a New Literacy Context, Pamela Takayoshi

Submissions from 2015

'Titles Are Jests': The Challenge to Generic Dialectic in 'A King and No King', Peter M. Byrne

Exposing the Victim and Victimizing the Exposé: Persecution and Parody in O'Connor's "The Partridge Festival", Gary Ciuba

Mechanizing People and Pedagogy: Establishing Social Presence in the Online Classroom, Jennifer Cunningham

Short-form Writing: Studying Process in the Context of Contemporary Composing Technologies, Pamela Takayoshi

Submissions from 2014

‘The cunning of their ground’: The Relevance of Sejanus to Renaissance Tragedy, Peter M. Byrne

Features of Digital African American Language in a Social Network Site, Jennifer M. Cunningham


Literacy and Identity When Approximating African American Language on Social Network Sites, Jennifer M. Cunningham

Wearing Your Words: Teaching Language Equity and Appropriateness, Jennifer M. Cunningham

Richard Wright and Haiku, Yoshinobu Hakutani

A Role for Chunk Formation in Statistical Learning of Second Language Syntax, Phillip Hamrick

Richard Wright: A Documented Chronology, 1908-1960, Toru Kiuchi and Yoshinobu Hakutani

Valued Voices: Students' Use of Engagement in Argumentative History Writing, Ryan T. Miller, Thomas D. Mitchell, and Silvia Pessoa

Portrait of Sixteenth-Century Disability? Quentin Matsys’s A Grotesque Old Woman, Sara Newman

Students' Challenges and Development in the Transition to Academic Writing at an English-Medium University in Qatar, Silvia Pessoa, Ryan T. Miller, and David Kaufer

How Grew Such Presence from Man’s Shameful Swarm’: Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Victorian Masculinity, Jay D. Sloan

Craft and Narrative in DIY Instructions, Derek Van Ittersum

Submissions from 2013

Crucifix, Communion, and Convent: The Real Presence of Anglican Ritualism in Bram Stoker's "Dracula", Noelle Bowles

A Review of "Hidden: Reflections on Gay Life, AIDS, and Spiritual Desire", Gary Ciuba

Writing With(out) Pain: Computing Injuries and the Role of the Body in Writing Activity, K Hensley Owens and Derek Van Ittersum

The Origins of Senegalese Homophobia: Discourses on Homosexuals and Transgender People in Colonial and Postcolonial Senegal, Babacar Mbaye

Victorian Quarantines: Holding the Borders Against ‘Fevered’ Italian Masculinity in Dante Gabriel Rossetti's ‘St. Agnes of Intercession', Jay D. Sloan

Rainbows in the Past Were Gay: LGBTQIA in the WC, Jay D. Sloan and Andrew Rihn

World Englishes in the Mainstream Composition Course: Undergraduate Students Respond to WE Writing, Ana M. Wetzl

Submissions from 2012

"To the Hard of Hearing You Shout": Flannery O'Connor and the Imagination of Deafness, Gary Ciuba

Cosmopolitanism and Anticolonialism in Selected World War II Poems of Léopold Sédar Senghor, Babacar Mbaye

Submissions from 2011

Preachers and Misfits, Prophets and Thieves: The Minister in Southern Fiction, Gary Ciuba

The South That Wasn't There: Postsouthern Memory and History, Gary Ciuba

Wingless Chickens, Bayou Catholics, and Pilgrim Wayfarers: Constructions of Audience and Tone in O'Connor, Gautreaux, and Percy, Gary Ciuba

Mary to Veronica: John Audela'ys Sequence of Salutations to God-Bearing Women, Susanna Fein

Building and Maintaining Contexts in Interactive Networked Writing: An Examination of Deixis and Intertextuality in Instant Messaging, Christina Haas, Brandon J. Carr, and Pamela Takayoshi


Young People’s Everyday Literacies: The Language Features of Instant Messaging, Christina Haas, Pamela Takayoshi, Brandon J. Carr, Kimberley Hudson, and Ross Pollock

Richard Wright’s Haiku, Zen, and the African ‘Primal Outlook upon Life’, Yoshinobu Hakutani


The Myth of Post-Racialism: Hegemonic and Counterhegemonic Stories About Race and Racism in the United States, Babacar Mbaye

Variant Sexualities and African Modernity in Joseph Gaye Ramaka's "Karmen Geïï", Babacar Mbaye

Disability and Life Writing: Reports from the Nineteenth-century Asylum, Sara Newman


Augmenting Literacy: The Role of Expertise in Digital Writing, Derek Van Ittersum

Submissions from 2010

Apocalypic Patterns in Twentieth-Century Fiction, Gary Ciuba

The Importance of Being Childish: Queer Utopians and Historical Contradiction, Kevin Floyd

Some Unique Elements in Richard Wright's Autobiography, Yoshinobu Hakutani

Identity and Autobiography in "Ambiguous Adventure" and "Go Tell It on the Mountain", Babacar Mbaye


Student-Centered Designs of Pan-African Literature Courses, Babacar Mbaye

J.-M. G. Itard’s 1825 Study: Movement and the Science of the Human Mind, Sara Newman

Digital Education in Eastern Europe: Romania's Modern Affair with Technology, Ana M. Wetzl

Submissions from 2009

The Double Bind: Leprosy in Two Hawaiian Tales by Jack London, Sanford E. Marovitz

Richard Wright and African Francophone Intellectuals: A Reassessment of the 1956 Congress of Black Writers in Paris, Babacar Mbaye

Richard Wright and the 1955 Bandung Conference: A Re-Evaluation of The Color Curtain, Babacar Mbaye


Creating a Culture of Assessment in Writing Programs and Beyond, Cindy Moore, Peggy O'Neill, and Brian Huot

Gestural Enthymemes, Sara Newman


Composing in a Digital World: The Transition of a Writing Program and Its Faculty, Pamela Takayoshi and Brian Huot

Distributing Memory: Rhetorical Work in Digital Environments, Derek Van Ittersum

Submissions from 2008

A Fine Balance: Community Engagement and the Poise of a Metropolitan University, Paul L. Gaston III


Bologna: A Challenge for Liberal Education and an Exceptional Opportunity, Paul L. Gaston III

Computing Attachments: Engelbart's Controversial Writing Technology, Derek Van Ittersum

Submissions from 2007

Richard Wright's Haiku and the African Primal Outlook on Life, Yoshinobu Hakutani

Ten Questions with Yoshinobu Hakutani, Yoshinobu Hakutani


Consistently Inconsistent: Business and the Spellings Commission Report on Higher Education, Brian Huot

Submissions from 2006

Lukács and Sexual Humanism, Kevin Floyd

Death and the Arc of Mourning in African American Literature, Michael F. Lynch

Review of "Death and the Arc of Mourning in African American Literature", Michael F. Lynch

Narrowing the Gap: Between the African-centered and Postmodernist Interpretations of Pan-Africanism in Contemporary Black-Atlantic Studies, Babacar Mbaye

The Economic, Political, and Social Impact of the Atlantic Slave Trade on Africa, Babacar Mbaye

Submissions from 2004

Revisiting Robin Goodfellow, Deborah Bice

To Hell and Back: Race and Betrayal in the Southern Novel, Gary Ciuba

Reading Reauthorization: Lessons for Tomorrow in Yesterday's Debate [Concerning Reaffirmation of the Higher Education Act], Paul L. Gaston III


Ten Lessons for Liberal Education, Paul L. Gaston III

Review: Applying Cultural Criticism to the Study of Early Popular Romances, Pam Lieske

Africa, Race, and Culture in the Narratives of W. E. B. Du Bois, Babacar Mbaye

Submissions from 2003


Frankenstein Meets Maslow, Deborah Bice and Tamra Courey

Book Review of Consuming Youth: Vampires, Cyborgs, and the Culture of Consumption, Kevin Floyd

Submissions from 2002


Web and Database Network Environments for Educational Supply and Demand, Richard E. Ferdig and Richard Hartshorne

Scaffolding Preservice Teacher Learning through Web-Based Discussion Forums: An Examination of Online Conversations in the Reading Classroom Explorer, Richard E. Ferdig, Laura R. Roehler, and P. David Pearson

Sister Carrie in Translation, Yoshinobu Hakutani

Submissions from 2001

Closing the (Heterosexual) Frontier: Midnight Cowboy as National Allegory, Kevin Floyd

Rethinking Reification: Marcuse, Psychoanalysis, and Gay Liberation, Kevin Floyd

Richard Wright, Toni Morrison, and the African “Primal Outlook Upon Life”, Yoshinobu Hakutani

Feminist Discourse and the Resistance of Metanarratives, Pam Lieske

Aristotle's Definition of Rhetoric in the "Rhetoric": The Metaphors and their Message, Sara Newman

What Do They Know? A Comprehensive Portrait of Exemplary Technology-Using Teachers, Yong Zhao, Joe Byers, Punya Mishra, Andrew Topper, Haojing Chen, Mark Enfield, Richard E. Ferdig, Ken Frank, Kevin Pugh, and Sophia Hueysan Tan

Submissions from 2000

The Worm Against the Word: The Hermeneutical Challenge in Hurston's "Jonah's Gourd Vine", Gary Ciuba

Walker's Pharmacy: Medicine and Language in Recent Percy Criticism, Gary Ciuba

Understanding the Dialogue Between Technological Innovations and Established Practices: A Two Year Study of The Development and Implementation of An Electronic Proposal Processing System 1, Valerie L. Worthington, Richard E. Ferdig, and Yong Zhao

The Development of a Web-Based Literacy Learning Environment: A Dialogue between Innovation and Established Practices, Yong Zhao, Carol Sue Englert, Jing Chen, Su Chin Jones, and Richard E. Ferdig

Submissions from 1998

Plugging in the Particulars: A Medievalist Does Modern, Deborah Bice

The Poetic Art of Death and Life, Susanna Fein

Making History: Marxism, Queer Theory, and Contradiction in the Future of American Studies, Kevin Floyd

A Socio-Technical Perspective on Web-Based Manuscript Management and Publishing, Yong Zhao, Punya Mishra, Valerie L. Worthington, and Richard E. Ferdig

Submissions from 1997

The Critical Response in Japan to Richard Wright., Yoshinobu Hakutani

Just Above My Head: James Baldwin's Quest for Belief, Michael F. Lynch

Submissions from 1996

One Singer Left to Mourn: Death and Discourse in Porter's "Pale Horse, Pale Rider", Gary Ciuba

Richard Wright's "The Long Dream" as Racial and Sexual Discourse, Yoshinobu Hakutani

Haunted by Innocence: The Debate With Dostoevsky in Wright's 'Other Novel,' "The Outsider", Michael F. Lynch

Submissions from 1994

A Season of Wheat, the Color of Hope, Deborah Bice

A Thirteen-Line Alliterative Stanza on the Abuse of Prayer from the Audelay MS, Susanna Fein

Narrative Surveillance and Social Control in Villette, Margaret Shaw

Submissions from 1993

Aborted Portraiture: Spenser's Rosalind, Deborah Bice

Time as Confluence: Self and Structure in Welty's "One Writer's Beginnings", Gary Ciuba