Interdisciplinary Studies / Cultural Studies AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES
  • African Americans and the Color Line in Ohio, 1915–1930
    Giffin

  • Anthems, Sonnets, andChants: Recovering the African American Poetry of the 1930s
    Woodson

  • Apocalypse South: Judgment, Cataclysm,a nd Resistance in the Regional Imaginary
    Hoefer

  • Beyond Lift Every Voice and Sing: The Culture of Uplift, Identity, andPolitics in Black Musical Theater
    Seniors

  • The Black Aesthetic Unbound:Theorizing the Dilemma of Eighteenth-Century African American Literature
    Langley

  • Contemporary AfricanAmerican Fiction: New Critical Essays
    Williams, ed.

  • A Criminal Power: JamesBaldwin and the Law
    Miller

  • Cross-CulturalVisions in African American Modernism: From Spatial Narrative to Jazz Haiku
    Hakutani

  • The Difference Place Makes: Gender, Sexuality, and Diaspora Identity
    Gourdine

  • Dilution Anxiety and theBlack Phallus
    Crawford

  • Distancing English: AChapter in the History of the Inexpressible
    Richards

  • Electoral Reform and Minority Representation: Local Experiments with Alternative Elections
    Bowler, Donovan, and Brockington

  • The Ethics of Swagger: Prizewinning African American Novels, 1977–1993
    Hill

  • Executing Race: Early American Women's Narratives of Race, Society, and theLaw
    Harris

  • Fathers, Preachers, Rebels,Men: Black Masculinity in U.S. History and Literature, 1820–1945
    Buckner and Caster, eds.

  • Folklore in New World BlackFiction: Writing and the Oral Traditional Aesthetics
    Akọma

  • The Gentleman from Ohio
    Stokes and Chanoff

  • Getting Around Brown: Desegregation, Development, and the Columbus Public Schools
    Jacobs

  • Hemingway and the Black Renaissance
    Holcomb and Scruggs

  • The Immigrant Kitchen: Food, Ethnicity, and Diaspora
    Halloran

  • “In the Light of Likeness—Transformed”: The LiteraryArt of Leon Forrest
    Williams

  • Kinds of Blue: The Jazz Aesthetic in African American Narrative
    Grandt

  • Listen to Me Good: The Life Story of an Alabama Midwife
    Smith and Holmes

  • A Little More Freedom:African Americans Enter the Urban Midwest, 1860–1930
    Blocker

  • Mama’s Gun: Black Maternal Figures and the Politics of Transgression
    David

  • Middle Passages and the Healing Place of History: Migration and Identity in Black Women’sLiterature
    Brown-Guillory

  • Mutha’ Is Half a Word:Intersections of Folklore, Vernacular, Myth, and Queerness in Black FemaleCulture
    Stallings

  • The National PTA, Race, and Civic Engagement, 1897–1970
    Woyshner

  • The Promise of Justice:Essays on Brown v. Board of Education
    Stewart, ed.

  • The Queer Limit of Black Memory: Black Lesbian Literature and Irresolution
    Richardson

  • Race, Labor and Punishment in the New South
    Myers

  • Re-Forming the Past: History, The Fantastic, and the Postmodern SlaveNarrative
    Spaulding

  • “The Regulations of Robbers”: Legal Fictions of Slavery and Resistance
    Accomando

  • Rhetorics of Literacy: The Cultivation of American Dialect Poetry
    Nurhussein

  • The Rule of Justice: The People of Chicago versus Zephyr Davis
    Dale

  • Secrecy, Magic, and the One-Act Plays of Harlem Renaissance Women Writers
    Hagood

  • Shaping Words to Fit the Soul: The Southern Ritual Grounds of Afro-Modernism
    Grandt

  • Theatrical Jazz: Performance, Àṣẹ, and the Power of the Present Moment
    Jones

  • The United States and the European Right, 1945–1955
    Kisatsky

  • Witches, Goddesses, and Angry Spirits: The Politics of Spiritual Liberation in African Diaspora Women's Fiction
    Marouan

  • AMERICAN STUDIES
  • Advertising to the American Woman: 1900–1999
    Hill

  • Afro-Future Females: BlackWriters Chart Science Fiction's Newest New-Wave Trajectory
    Barr, ed.

  • An American Family: The Great War and Corporate Culture in America
    Fasce

  • American Risorgimento: Herman Melville and the Cultural Politics of Italy
    Berthold

  • The American Tintype
    Rinhart, Rinhart, and Wagner

  • Apocalypse South: Judgment, Cataclysm,a nd Resistance in the Regional Imaginary
    Hoefer

  • At Home, At War: Domesticity and World War I in American Fiction
    Haytock

  • Betting the Line: Sports Wagering in American Life
    Davies and Abram

  • A Body of Individuals: The Paradox of Community in Contemporary Fiction
    Lee

  • The Body of Writing: An Erotics of Contemporary American Fiction
    Chevaillier

  • Clashing Convictions: Science and Religion in American Fiction
    Tricomi

  • Crack Mothers: Pregnancy, Drugs, and the Media
    Humphries

  • A Criminal Power: JamesBaldwin and the Law
    Miller

  • Cross-CulturalVisions in African American Modernism: From Spatial Narrative to Jazz Haiku
    Hakutani

  • Cultural Secrets asNarrative Form: Storytelling in Nineteenth-Century America
    Reid

  • Dickinson's Fascicles: A Spectrum of Possibilities
    Crumbley and Heginbotham

  • Disappear Here: Violence After Generation X
    Mandel

  • Dislocalism: The Crisisof Globalization and the Remobilizing of Americanism
    Chandra

  • Dreaming America: Popular Front Ideals and Aesthetics in Children's Plays of the Federal Theatre Project
    Frost

  • Distancing English: AChapter in the History of the Inexpressible
    Richards

  • Dying to Be Beautiful: The Fight for Safe Cosmetics
    Kay

  • Everything Lost: TheLatin American Notebook of William S. Burroughs
    Smith, Bennett, and Harris, eds.

  • Executing Race: Early American Women's Narratives of Race, Society, and theLaw
    Harris

  • Fallout: A Historian Reflects on America’s Half-Century Encounter withNuclear Weapons
    Boyer

  • Faulkner and Hemingway: Biography of a Literary Rivalry
    Fruscione

  • Female Piety and the Invention of American Puritanism
    Traister

  • The Fragility of Manhood: Hawthorne, Freud, and the Politics of Gender
    Greven

  • The French Face of Nathaniel Hawthorne: Monsieur de l'Aubépine and His Second Empire Critics
    Anesko and Brookes

  • From Old Woman to Older Women: Contemporary Culture and Women’s Narratives
    Chivers

  • The Gentleman from Ohio
    Stokes and Chanoff

  • German Writing, American Reading: Women and the Import of Fiction, 1866-1917
    Tatlock

  • Hard-Boiled Crime Fiction and the Decline of Moral Authority
    Lee

  • Having a Good Cry: Effeminate Feelings and Pop-Culture Forms
    Warhol

  • Hemingway and the Black Renaissance
    Holcomb and Scruggs

  • Historicizing Fat in Anglo-American Culture
    Levy-Navarro, ed.

  • Home Bodies: Tactile Experience in Domestic Space
    Krasner

  • The Immigrant Kitchen: Food, Ethnicity, and Diaspora
    Halloran

  • In Cold Fear: The Catcher in the Rye Censorship Controversies and Postwar American Character
    Steinle

  • InterrogatingOrientalism: Contextual Approaches and Pedagogical Practices
    Hoeveler and Cass, eds.

  • Justified by Work: Identityand the Meaning of Faith in Chicago’s Working-Class Churches
    Bruno

  • Kinds of Blue: The Jazz Aesthetic in African American Narrative
    Grandt

  • Kotex,Kleenex, Huggies: Kimberly-Clark and the Consumer Revolution in AmericanBusiness
    Heinrich and Batchelor

  • La Verdad: An International Dialogue on Hip Hop Latinidades
    Castillo-Garsow and Nichols, eds.

  • Learning to Live with Crime: American Crime Narrative in the NeoconservativeTurn
    Wilson

  • A Little More Freedom:African Americans Enter the Urban Midwest, 1860–1930
    Blocker

  • Livingston and the Tomato
    Livingston

  • Makeover Nation: The UnitedStates of Reinvention
    Miller

  • Medea's Daughters: Forming and Performing the Woman Who Kills 
    Jones

  • Men and Violence: Gender, Honor, and Rituals in Modern Europe and America
    Spierenburg, ed.

  • Modern American Grotesque: Literature and Photography
    Goodwin

  • Moral Enterprise: Literature and Education in Antebellum America
    Pacheco

  • Muse in the Machine: American Fiction and Mass Publicity
    Conroy

  • Mutha’ Is Half a Word:Intersections of Folklore, Vernacular, Myth, and Queerness in Black FemaleCulture
    Stallings

  • The National PTA, Race, and Civic Engagement, 1897–1970
    Woyshner

  • New York City: An Outsider's Inside View
    Maffi

  • Novel Nostalgias: The Aesthetics of Antagonism in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Literature
    Funchion

  • Obscenityand the Limits of Liberalism
    Glass andWilliams, eds.

  • Ordinary Pleasures: Couples, Conversation, and Comedy
    Young

  • Oriental Shadows: ThePresence of the East in Early American Literature
    Egan

  • Paper Money Men: Commerce, Manhood, and the Sensational Public Sphere inAntebellum America
    Anthony

  • Philosophies of Sex: Critical Essays on The Hermaphrodite
    Bergland and Williams, eds.

  • Pluralist Universalism: An Asian Americanist Critique of U.S. and Chinese Multiculturalisms
    Jin

  • Prisons, Race, andMasculinity in Twentieth-Century U.S. Literature and Film
    Caster

  • The Problem Body:Projecting Disability on Film
    Chivers and Markotić, eds.

  • The Promise of Justice:Essays on Brown v. Board of Education
    Stewart, ed.

  • Reading and Disorder in Antebellum America
    Stewart

  • Regionalism and Reform: Art and Class Formation in Antebellum Cincinnati
    Katz

  • Rereading the New Criticism
    Hickman and McIntyre

  • The Return of the Omniscient Narrator: Authorship and Authority in Twenty-First Century Fiction
    Dawson

  • Rhetorics of Literacy: The Cultivation of American Dialect Poetry
    Nurhussein

  • Roman Fever: Domesticity and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century American Women's Writing
    Elsden

  • The Roman Salute: Cinema,History, Ideology
    Winkler

  • Seeing Red: Anger,Sentimentality, and American Indians
    Carpenter

  • Sexual Borderlands: Constructing an American Sexual Past
    Kennedy and Ullman, eds.

  • Soft in the Middle: TheContemporary Softcore Feature in Its Contexts
    Andrews

  • Spirits of Defiance: National Prohibition and Jazz Age Literature, 1920–1933
    Drowne

  • A Superficial Reading ofHenry James: Preoccupations with the Material World
    Otten

  • Textual Contraception: BirthControl and Modern American Fiction
    Capo

  • A Thousand Words:Portraiture, Style, and Queer Modernism
    Hovey

  • Traveling Economies:American Women’s Travel Writing
    Steadman

  • The Troubled Union: Expansionist Imperatives in Post-Reconstruction AmericanNovels
    González

  • Un-American Womanhood: Antiradicalism, Antifeminism, and the First Red Scare
    Nielsen

  • Uncanny Subjects: Aging inContemporary Narrative
    DeFalco

  • Visions of Global America and the Future of Critical Reading
    O’Hara

  • Where the World Is Not:Cultural Authority and Democratic Desire in Modern American Literature
    Savelson

  • White Liberal Identity, Literary Pedagogy, and Classic American Realism
    Barrish

  • A World of Hope, A World Of Fear: Henry A. Wallace, Reinhold Niebuhr, and American Liberalism
    Kleinman

  • Would Poetry Disappear? American Verse and the Crisis of Modernity
    Newcomb

  • DISABILITY STUDIES
  • The Madwoman and the Blindman: Jane Eyre, Discourse, Disability
    Bolt, Rodas, and Donaldson, eds.

  • The Problem Body:Projecting Disability on Film
    Chivers and Markotić, eds.

  • Recovering Disability in Early Modern England
    Hobgood and Wood, eds.

  • JEWISH STUDIES
  • After Testimony: The Ethics andAesthetics of Holocaust Narrative for the Future
    Lothe, Suleiman, and Phelan, eds.

  • Exile: A Memoir of 1939
    Schneider

  • Fictions of the Bad Life: The Naturalist Prostitute and Her Avatars in Latin American Literature, 1880-2010
    Solomon

  • The Immigrant Kitchen: Food, Ethnicity, and Diaspora
    Halloran

  • Making Stories, Making Selves: Feminist Reflections on the Holocaust
    Linden

  • Meaning and Memory: Interviews with Fourteen Jewish Poets
    Pacernick

  • Radiance: Ten Stories
    Clayton

  • Rage Is the Subtext: Readingsin Holocaust Literature and Film
    Derwin

  • Yerusholayim d’lite: diyidishe kultur in der lite
    Frakes

  • MEDIEVAL STUDIES
  • Alliterative Proverbs in Medieval England: Language Choice and Literary Meaning
    Deskis

  • Animating the Letter: The Figurative Embodiment of Writing From Late Antiquity to the Renaissance
    Kendrick

  • The Art of Vision: Ekphrasis in Medieval Literature and Culture
    Johnston, Knapp, and Rouse, eds.

  • Arthurian Fictions:Rereading the Vulgate Cycle
    Burns

  • Answerable Style: The Idea of the Literary in Medieval England
    Grady and Galloway, eds.

  • Body Against Soul: Gender and Sowlehele in Middle English Allegory
    Raskolnikov

  • Chaucer, Gower, and the Affect of Invention
    Nowlin

  • Chaucer on Screen: Absence, Presence, and Adapting the Canterbury Tales
    Kelly and Pugh, eds.

  • Chaucer's (Anti-)Eroticisms and the Queer Middle Ages
    Pugh

  • Classroom Commentaries: Teaching the Poetrianova across Medieval andRenaissance Europe
    Woods

  • Collections in Context:The Organization of Knowledge and Community in Europe
    Fresco and Hedeman, eds.

  • The Community of St.Cuthbert in the Late Tenth Century: The Chester-le-Street Additions toDurham Cathedral Library A.IV.19
    Jolly

  • Desire in the Canterbury Tales
    Scala

  • A Distinction of Stories: The Medieval Unity of Chaucer’sFair Chain of Narratives for Canterbury
    Allen and Moritz

  • The Ears of Hermes: Communication, Images, and Identity in the Classical World
    Bettini

  • The English Dream Vision:Anatomy of a Form
    Russell

  • English University Life in the Middle Ages
    Cobban

  • Eschatological Subjects: Divine and Literary Judgment in Fourteenth-Century Poetry
    Moreau

  • Fashioning Change: The Trope of Clothing in High- and Late-Medieval England
    Denny-Brown

  • Fictions of Evidence: Witnessing, Literature, and Community in the Late Middle Ages
    Taylor

  • Form and Reform: Reading acrossthe Fifteenth Century
    Gayk and Tonry, eds.

  • “The Gentle Voices of Teachers”: Aspects of Learning in the Carolingian Age
    Sullivan, ed.

  • The Governance ofFriendship: Law and Gender in the Decameron
    Sherberg

  • The Holy War
    Murphy, ed.

  • How to Make a Human: Animals andViolence in the Middle Ages
    Steel

  • Imagining the Parish in Late-Medieval England
    Rentz

  • In the Grip of Minos:Confessional Discourse in Dante, Corneille, and Racine
    Senior

  • Inventing Womanhood:Gender and Language in Later Middle English Writing
    Williams

  • The Medieval Risk-Reward Society: Courts, Adventure, and Love in the European Middle Ages
    Hasty

  • The Mythographer
    Fulgentius

  • The Politics of Ecology: Land, Life, and Law in Medieval Britain
    Schiff and Taylor, eds.

  • Print, Manuscript, and Performance: The Changing Relations of the Media in Early Modern England
    Marotti and Bristol, eds.

  • Renaissance Postscripts: Responding to Ovid’s Heroides in Sixteenth-Century France
    White

  • Revivalist Fantasy:Alliterative Verse and Nationalist Literary History
    Schiff

  • Scribal Authorship and the Writing of History in Medieval England
    Fisher

  • Simoniacal Entry intoReligious Life from 1000 to 1260: A Social, Economic, and Legal Study
    Lynch

  • Structural Arithmetic Metaphor in the Oxford “Roland”
    Bulatkin

  • Theology and Poetry in theMiddle English Lyric: A Study of Sacred History and Aesthetic Form
    Weber

  • Trading Tongues: Merchants, Multilingualism, and Medieval Literature
    Hsy

  • Translating Troy: Provincial Politics in Alliterative Romance
    Mueller

  • Truth and Tales: Cultural Mobility and Medieval Media
    Somerset and Watson, eds.

  • Virtue of Necessity: Inconclusiveness and Narrative Form in Chaucer’s Poetry
    Sklute

  • Vox Populi: Violence and PopularInvolvement in the Religious Controversies of the Fifth Century A.D.
    Gregory

  • Willing to Know God: Dreamers and Visionaries in the Later Middle Ages
    Barr

  • Written in Blood: Fatal Attraction in Enlightenment Amsterdam
    Spierenburg

  • >RELIGION STUDIES
  • Apocalypse South: Judgment, Cataclysm, and Resistance in the Regional Imaginary
    Hoefer

  • Female Piety and the Invention of American Puritanism
    Traister

  • Hard Sayings: The Rhetoric of Christian Orthodoxy in Late Modern Fiction
    Haddox

  • Lake Methodism: Polite Literature and Popular Religion in England, 1780–1830
    Cragwall

  • Preaching and the Rise of the American Novel
    Coleman

  • Primitive Minds: Evolution and Spiritual Experience in the Victorian Novel
    Neill

  • Victorian Sacrifice: Ethics and Economics in Mid-Century Novels
    Blumberg

  • Victorian Women Writers, Radical Grandmothers, and the Gendering of God
    Houston

  • Witches, Goddesses, and Angry Spirits: The Politics of Spiritual Liberation in African Diaspora Women’s Fiction
    Marouan

  • VICTORIAN STUDIES
  • The Affective Life of theAverage Man: The Victorian Novel and the Stock-Market Graph
    Jaffe

  • The Age of Eclecticism: Literature and Culture in Britain, 1815–1885
    Bolus-Reichert

  • Allegories of One’s Own Mind: Melancholy in Victorian Poetry
    Riede

  • Alter-Nations: Nationalisms, Terror, and the sTate in Nineteenth-Century Britain and Ireland
    Martin

  • A/Moral Economics: Classical Political Economy and Cultural Authority in Nineteenth Century England 
    Klaver

  • Anne Thackeray RitchieJournals and Letters
    Shankman

  • The Art and Science of VictorianHistory
    Jann

  • Bastards and Foundlings: Illegitimacy in Eighteenth-Century England
    Zunshine

  • Bernard Shaw and theAesthetes
    Adams

  • Beyond the Reproductive Body: The Politics of Women's Health and Work in Early Victorian England
    Levine-Clark

  • Carlyle and theSearch for Authority
    Vanden Bossche

  • Certain Other Countries:Homicide, Gender, and National Identity in Late Nineteenth-Century England,Ireland, Scotland, and Wales
    Conley

  • Charles Dickens and HisOriginal Illustrators
    Cohen

  • The Chartist Imaginary: Literary Form in Working-Class Political Theory and Practice
    Loose

  • Cities Built to Music:Aesthetic Theories of the Victorian Gothic Revival
    Bright

  • The Citizen’s Body:Desire, Health, and the Social in Victorian England
    Gilbert

  • Consuming Fantasies:Labor, Leisure, and the London Shopgirl, 1880–1920
    Sanders

  • Contemporary Dickens
    Gillooly and David, eds.

  • Crime in Verse: The Poetics ofMurder in the Victorian Era
    O’Brien

  • Criminal Conversations:Victorian Crimes, Social Panic, and Moral Outrage
    Rowbotham and Stevenson, eds.

  • The Dangerous Lover: GothicVillains, Byronism, and the Nineteenth-Century Seduction Narrative
    Lutz

  • Deciphering Race: White Anxiety, Racial Conflict, and the Turn to Fiction inMid-Victorian English Prose
    Callanan

  • Detecting the Nation:Fictions of Detection and the Imperial Venture
    Reitz

  • Dickens’s Hyperrealism
    Reed

  • Economic Women: Essays on Desire and Dispossession in Nineteenth-Century British Culture
    Dalley and Rappoport, eds.

  • Educating the ProperWoman Reader: Victorian Family Literary Magazines and the Cultural Health ofthe Nation
    Phegley

  • Educating Seeta: The Anglo-Indian Family Romance and the Poetics of IndirectRule
    Kapila

  • The English Common Reader: A Social History of the Mass Reading Public, 1800–1900, Second Edition
    Altick

  • Fear, Loathing, and Victorian Xenophobia
    Tromp, Bachman, and Kaufman, eds.

  • Feminist Realism at theFin de Siècle: The Influence of the Late-Victorian Woman’s Press onthe Development of the Novel
    Youngkin

  • Financial Speculation inVictorian Fiction: Plotting Money and the Novel Genre, 1815–1901
    Wagner

  • For Their Own Good: TheTransformation of English Working-Class Health Culture, 1880–1970
    Beier

  • Froude’s Life of Carlyle
    Clubbe

  • Gendered Interventions:Narrative Discourse in the Victorian Novel
    Warhol

  • George Eliot in Society: Travels Abroad and Sundays at the Priory
    McCormack

  • History and Poetics in the Early Writings of William Morris, 1855-1870
    Boos

  • Home Economics: Domestic Fraudin Victorian England
    Stern

  • The Humours of Parliament: Harry Furniss's View of Late-Victorian Political Culture
    Cordery and Meisel

  • The Imagined World ofCharles Dickens
    Newcomb

  • The Imagination ofClass: Masculinity and the Victorian Urban Poor
    Bivona and Henkle

  • Imagining Poverty: Quantification and the Decline of Paternalism
    Sherman

  • Imperial Media: Colonial Networks and Information Technologies in the British Literary Imagination, 1857-1918
    Worth

  • Imperial Subjects, Imperial Space: Rudyard Kipling’s Fiction of the Native-Born
    McBratney

  • In Contempt: Nineteenth-CenturyWomen, Law, and Literature
    Kalsem

  • The Letters of John Ruskinto Lord and Lady Mount-Temple
    Bradley, ed.

  • London, Radical Culture, and the Making of the Dickensian Aesthetic
    Sen

  • Lost Causes: HistoricalConsciousness in Victorian Literature
    Jones

  • The Madwoman and the Blindman: Jane Eyre, Discourse, Disability
    Bolt, Rodas, and Donaldson, eds.

  • Masked Atheism: Catholicismand the Secular Victorian Home
    LaMonaca

  • Matthew Arnold, John Ruskin, and the Modern Temper
    Alexander

  • Narrative Middles: Navigating the Nineteenth-Century British Novel
    Levin and Ortiz-Robles, eds.

  • The Night Side of Dickens: Cannibalism, Passion, Necessity
    Stone

  • The Novel and theMenagerie: Totality, Englishness, and Empire
    Koenigsberger

  • Novel Professions: InterestedDisinterest and the Making of the Professional in the Victorian Novel
    Ruth

  • The Old Story, with a Difference: Pickwick’s Vision
    Wolfreys

  • Other Mothers: Beyond theMaternal Ideal
    Rosenman and Klaver, eds.

  • Performing theVictorian: John Ruskin and Identity in Theater, Science, and Education
    Weltman

  • Perspectives: Modes of Viewing and Knowing in Nineteenth-Century England
    Shires

  • Paintings from Books: Art and Literature in Britain, 1760–1900
    Altick

  • Plots of Opportunity: Representing Conspiracy in Victorian England
    Pionke

  • The Pre-RaphaeliteArt of the Victorian Novel: Narrative Challenges to Visual GenderedBoundaries
    Andres

  • The Presence of the Present: Topics of the Day in The Victorian Novel
    Altick

  • Primitive Minds: Evolution and Spiritual Experience in the Victorian Novel
    Neill

  • Punch: The Lively Youth of a British Institution, 1841–1851
    Altick

  • Revising the Clinic:Vision and Representation in Victorian Medical Narrative and the Novel
    Kennedy

  • The Sanitary Arts: Aesthetic Culture and the Victorian Cleanliness Campaigns
    Cleere

  • The Silent Revolution and the Making of Victorian England
    Schlossberg

  • The Submerged Plot and the Mother’s Pleasure from Jane Austen to Arundhati Roy
    Marsh

  • Telling Tales: Gender and Narrative Form in Victorian Literature and Culture
    Langland

  • The Tenniel Illustrations to the “Alice” Books
    Hancher

  • Thomas Hardy's Brains: Psychology, Neurology, and Hardy's Imagination
    Keen

  • Victorian Art Criticism and the Woman Writer
    Kanwit

  • Victorian Freaks: TheSocial Context of Freakery in Britain
    Tromp, ed.

  • Victorian Lessons inEmpathy and Difference
    Mitchell

  • Victorian Poetry,Europe, and the Challenge of Cosmopolitanism
    Keirstead

  • Victorian Sacrifice: Ethics and Economics in Mid-Century Novels
    Blumberg

  • Victorian Sensations:Essays on a Scandalous Genre
    Harrison and Fantina, eds.

  • Victorian Women Writers, Radical Grandmothers, and the Gendering of God
    Houston

  • Victorians Reading the Romantics: Essays by U. C. Knoepflmacher
    Knoepflmacher

  • Wilkie Collins and Copyright: Artistic Ownership in the Age of the Borderless Word
    Bisla

  • The Woman Painter in VictorianLiterature
    Losano

  • A World of Possibilities: Romantic Irony in Victorian Literature
    Ryals

  • WOMEN’S STUDIES

  • Adventures of theSpirit: The Older Woman in the Works of Doris Lessing, Margaret Atwood, andOther Contemporary Women Writers
    Perrakis, ed.

  • Advertising to the American Woman: 1900–1999
    Hill

  • Afro-Future Females: BlackWriters Chart Science Fiction's Newest New-Wave Trajectory
    Barr, ed.

  • Anatomy Errata
    Hall

  • And Sin No More: Social Policy and Unwed Mothers in Cleveland, 1855–1990
    Morton

  • Anne Thackeray RitchieJournals and Letters
    Shankman

  • Any Friend of the Movement: Networking for Birth Control, 1920–1940
    Meyer

  • At Home, At War: Domesticity and World War I in American Fiction
    Haytock

  • Bastards and Foundlings: Illegitimacy in Eighteenth-Century England
    Zunshine

  • Beyond the Reproductive Body: The Politics of Women's Health and Work in Early Victorian England
    Levine-Clark

  • Bodies of Technology: Women’s Involvement with Reproductive Medicine
    Saetnan, Oudshoorn, and Kirejczyk, eds.

  • Challenging Parties,Changing Parliaments: Women and Elected Office in Contemporary WesternEurope
    Kittilson

  • Changing the Subject: Writing Women across the African Diaspora
    Tuttle and Kessler, eds.

  • Charlotte Perkins Gilman:New Texts, New Contexts
    Tuttle and Kessler, eds.

  • Consuming Fantasies:Labor, Leisure, and the London Shopgirl, 1880–1920
    Sanders

  • Controlling Vice: Regulating Brothel Prostitution in St. Paul, 1865–1883
    Best

  • Courts and Commerce: Gender, Law, and the Market Economy in Colonial New York
    Rosen

  • Crack Mothers: Pregnancy, Drugs, and the Media
    Humphries

  • The Dictionary of Feminist Theory: Second Edition
    Humm

  • The Difference Place Makes: Gender, Sexuality, and Diaspora Identity
    Gourdine

  • Don’t Kill Your Baby: Public Health and the Decline of Breastfeeding in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
    Wolf

  • Dying to Be Beautiful: The Fight for Safe Cosmetics
    Kay

  • Economic Women: Essays on Desire and Dispossession in Nineteenth-Century British Culture
    Dalley and Rappoport, eds.

  • The Economics ofFantasy: Rape in Twentieth-Century Literature
    Stockton

  • Educating the ProperWoman Reader: Victorian Family Literary Magazines and the Cultural Health ofthe Nation
    Phegley

  • Executing Race: Early American Women's Narratives of Race, Society, and theLaw
    Harris

  • Exile: A Memoir of 1939
    Schneider

  • Fashioning Celebrity:Eighteenth-Century British Actresses and Strategies for Image Making
    Engel

  • Female Piety and the Invention of American Puritanism
    Traister

  • Feminism in the Heartland
    Ezekiel

  • Feminist Narratie Ethics: Tacit Persuasin in Modernist Form
    Nash

  • Feminist Realism at theFin de Siècle: The Influence of the Late-Victorian Woman’s Press onthe Development of the Novel
    Youngkin

  • From Old Woman to Older Women: Contemporary Culture and Women's Narratives
    Chivers

  • Galactic Suburbia:Recovering Women’s Science Fiction
    Yaszek

  • Gender and Petty Violence in London, 1680–1720
    Hurl-Eamon

  • Gendered Interventions:Narrative Discourse in the Victorian Novel
    Warhol

  • German Writing, American Reading: Women and the Import of Fiction, 1866–1917
    Tatlock

  • Handling the Sick: The Women of St. Luke’s and the Nature of Nursing, 1892–1937
    Olson and Walsh

  • Having a Good Cry: Effeminate Feelings and Pop-Culture Forms
    Warhol

  • Home Economics: Domestic Fraudin Victorian England
    Stern

  • IMade You to Find Me: The Coming of Age of the Woman Poet and the Politics ofPoetic Address
    Hedley

  • Imoinda’s Shade:Marriage and the African Woman in Eighteenth-Century British Literature,1759–1808
    Dominique

  • In Contempt: Nineteenth-CenturyWomen, Law, and Literature
    Kalsem

  • In the Presence of Audience: The Self in Diaries and Fiction
    Martinson

  • The IntersectingRealities and Fictions of Virginia Woolf and Colette
    Southworth

  • Inventing Womanhood:Gender and Language in Later Middle English Writing
    Williams

  • Justifiable Homicide: Battered Women, Self-Defense and the Law
    Gillespie

  • Literary Identification from Charlotte Brontë to Tsitsi Dangarembga
    Green

  • Little Songs: Women,Silence, and the Nineteenth-Century Sonnet
    Billone

  • Listen to Me Good: The Life Story of an Alabama Midwife
    Smith and Holmes

  • Making Midwives Legal: Childbirth, Medicine, and the Law, Second Edition
    DeVries

  • Making Stories, Making Selves: Feminist Reflections on the Holocaust
    Linden

  • Making the “America of Art”: Cultural Nationalism and Nineteenth-Century Women Writers
    Sofer

  • Medea's Daughters: Forming and Performing the Woman Who Kills 
    Jones

  • Middle Passages andthe Healing Place of History: Migration and Identity in Black Women’sLiterature
    Brown-Guillory

  • Modern Mothers in the Heartland: Gender, Health, and Progress in Illinois, 1900–1930
    Curry

  • Motherhood in Bondage
    Sanger

  • Mothers and Motherhood: Readings in American History
    Apple and Golden, eds.

  • Mutha’ Is Half a Word:Intersections of Folklore, Vernacular, Myth, and Queerness in Black FemaleCulture
    Stallings

  • Narrative Theory Unbound: Queer and Feminist Interventions
    Warhol and Lanser, eds.

  • The National PTA, Race, and Civic Engagement, 1897–1970
    Woyshner

  • The New Woman and the Empire
    Jusová

  • Nurse-Midwifery: The Birthof a New American Profession
    Ettinger

  • Obscenity and the Limits ofLiberalism
    Glass andWilliams, eds.

  • Other Mothers: Beyond theMaternal Ideal
    Rosenman and Klaver, eds.

  • Philosophies of Sex: Critical Essays on The Hermaphrodite
    Bergland and Williams, eds.

  • Politics, Persuasion, and Pragmatism: A Rhetoric of Feminist Utopian Fiction
    Peel

  • Portraits of the Artist as a Young Woman: Painting and the Novel in Franceand Britain, 1800–1860
    Wettlaufer

  • Prostitution and the State in Italy, 1860–1915
    Gibson

  • Pursuing Johns: Criminal Law Reform, Defending Character, and New YorkCity's Committee of Fourteen, 1920–1930
    Mackey

  • The Queer Limit of Black Memory: Black Lesbian Literature and Irresolution
    Richardson

  • Reproductive Health, Reproductive Rights: Reformers and the Politics of Maternal Welfare, 1917–1940
    Rosen

  • Roman Fever: Domesticity and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Writing
    Elsden

  • The Selling of Contraception: The Dalkon Shield Case, Sexuality and Women’s Autonomy
    Grant

  • Style and the Single Girl: How Modern Women Re-Dressed the Novel, 1922–1977
    Hodgkins

  • The Submerged Plot and the Mother’s Pleasure from Jane Austen to Arundhati Roy
    Marsh

  • Telling Tales: Gender and Narrative Form in Victorian Literature and Culture
    Langland

  • The Tested Woman Plot: Women’s Choices, Men’s Judgments, and the Shaping of Stories
    Bueler

  • Textual Contraception: BirthControl and Modern American Fiction
    Capo

  • This Strange Society of Women: Reading the Letters and Lives of The Woman’s Commonwealth
    Kitch

  • A Thousand Words:Portraiture, Style, and Queer Modernism
    Hovey

  • Toys and Tools in Pink:Cultural Narratives of Gender, Science, and Technology
    Colatrella

  • Traveling Economies:American Women’s Travel Writing
    Steadman

  • Travels with the Wolf: A Story of Chronic Illness
    Goldstein

  • Un-American Womanhood: Antiradicalism, Antifeminism, and the First Red Scare
    Nielsen

  • Uncommon Women: Gender and Representation in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Women’sWriting
    Laffrado

  • Unexceptional Women: Female Proprietors in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Albany,New York, 1830–1885
    Lewis

  • Unlikely Entrepreneurs: Catholic Sisters and the Hospital Marketplace, 1865–1925
    Wall

  • Victorian Art Criticism and the Woman Writer
    Kanwit

  • Victorian Women Writers, Radical Grandmothers, and the Gendering of God
    Houston

  • Virginia Woolf, Jane Ellen Harrison, and the Spirit of Modernist Classicism
    Mills

  • Witches, Goddesses, and Angry Spirits: The Politics of Spiritual Liberation in African Diaspora Women’s Fiction
    Marouan

  • The Woman Painter in VictorianLiterature
    Losano

  • Women and Prenatal Testing: Facing theChallenges of Genetic Technology
    Rothenberg and Thomson, eds.

  • Women in Labor: Mothers, Medicine, and Occupational Health in the United States, 1890–1980
    Hepler

  • Women’s Health: Complexities and Differences
    Ruzek, Olesen, and Clarke, eds.