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2021-22 Recent & Forthcoming Publications

English Matters. College of Arts and Sciences, Washington State University.

Recent & Forthcoming Publications


Boyd, Ashley

Refereed Journal Article (Published)

  • Boyd, A., S., Darragh, J. (2021). Shifting the conversation around teaching sensitive topics:  Critical colleagueship in a teacher discourse community. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy: A Journal From the International Reading Association.

Book Chapter (Published)

  • Boyd, A. (2021). Engaging white privilege, racial injustice, and intersectionality in the canon and young adult literature. Handbook on Teaching Social Issues. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • Wolney, R. R., Boyd, A. (2021). Reading disability in young adult literature:  Preparing pre-service teachers for understanding and selecting diverse texts. Handbook of research on teaching diverse youth literature to pre-service professionals. IGI Global.
  • Zecena, R., Boyd, A. (2021). Young adult literature as a companion to sex, gender,  and consent in the canon. Young Adult and  Canonical Literature: Pairing and Teaching.

Multi-Media (Published)

  • Boyd, A., Darragh, J. (2021). Teaching for social justice: Using All American Boys to confront racism and police brutality. American Educator.

Yearbook (Published)

  • Coffey, H., Boyd, A. (2021). Yearbook on critical social justice across the spectrum of teaching and learning: Theory and practice in communities and classrooms. Teachers College Record.

Textbook (Submitted)

  • Beach, R., Boyd, A., Webb, A., Thein, A. Teaching to exceed English language arts standards: A critical inquiry approach for 6–12 classroom (3rd ed.). Routledge.

Book (In preparation, not yet submitted)

  • Boyd, A., Darragh, J. Young adult literature and social action with middle-level learners:  Transforming the English language arts classroom. Rowman & Littlefield.

Book Chapter (Submitted)

  • Boyd, A., Darragh, J. A Social Action Approach to Young Adult Literature:  Reading and Moving for Justice. Routledge.

Burkhard, Tanja

Journal Article (Accepted)

  • Burkhard, T., Deiri, Y. (2021). Reflecting on Violent Ruptures and Loss in Qualitative Research: A  Poetic Inquiry. International Review of Qualitative Research. https://doi.org/10.1177/19408447211051098

Journal Article (Revising to Resubmit)

  • Burkhard, T., Park, S. J. Translating (in) the Margins: The Dilemmas, Ethics, and Politics of a Transnational Feminist Approach to Translating in Multilingual Qualitative Research. Qualitative Inquiry.

Journal Article (Submitted)

  • Lee, S., Richardson, M., Burkhard, T., Waters, S. F. Challenging the Model Minority Myth: Asians and Asian Americans’ Perspectives on Anti-Asian Racism during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology.

Book (Published)

  • Burkhard, T. (2021). Transnational Black Feminism and Qualitative Research  Black Women, Racialization and Migration. London: Routledge. https://www.routledge.com/Transnational-Black-Feminism-and-Qualitative-Research-Black-Women-Racialization/Burkhard/p/book/9780367521165

Book Review (Published)

  • Burkhard, T. (2021). Review of Black Girl Magic Beyond the Hashtag by Julia Jordan-Zachary & Duchess Harris.

Book Chapters (Published)

  • Brunson, F., Graham, D., Burkhard, T., Kinloch, V. (2021). Organizing for Equity: Addressing Institutional Barriers and Creating Learning Opportunities. It takes an Ecosystem: Understanding the People, Places, and Possibilities of Learning and Development Across Settings. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
  • Burkhard, T. (2021). They Prefer You to Have a Conversation Like a Real American”: A Case Study of One Former Refugee in TESOL. Refugee Education across the Lifespan: Mapping Experiences of Language Learning and Language Use.
  • Wong, C., Burkhard, T. (2021). What Does it Mean to Decenter the White Gaze?: Culturally Sustaining Pedagogy and Supporting Critical Literacies in Youth-Led Educational Spaces. Handbook of Critical Literacies.

Campbell, Donna M.

Refereed Journal Article (Published)

  • Campbell, D. M. (2021). “Paul Laurence Dunbar: ‘When Malindy Sings, The Sport of the Gods, and Black Lives Matter.” American Literary Realism, 1870-1910, 53(2), 106-111. 

Delahoyde, Michael E.

Book (Published)

  • Delahoyde, M. E. (2021). Twelfth Night: An Oxfordian Edition. Middletown, Delaware.

Newsletter (Accepted)

  • Delahoyde, M. E. “Unfinished Oxfordian Research into Venetian Art.” (3rd ed., vol. 58, pp. 30-32). Shakespeare Oxford Fellowahip.

Book Review (Accepted)

  • Delahoyde, M. E. “The Famous Victories of Henry the Fifth, Edited by Ramon Jimenez.” (vol. 24, pp. 283-287). Auburndale, MA: The Oxfordian.

Essay in Book (Accepted)

  • Delahoyde, M. E. “On Being Wrong.”. The Shakespeare Authorship Sourcebook: A Workbook for Educators and Students. (pp. 207-213).

Newsletter

  • (2022). In M. E. Delahoyde (Ed.), “The Shakespeare Guide to The Comedy of Errors.” By Richard Paul Roe. (1st ed., vol. 59). Shakespeare Oxford Fellowship.

Eddy, Robert F.

Book (Accepted)

  • (2020). From Columbus to Churchill: Heroes, Villains, and Confronting Racism. In S. M. Ghazanfar & R. F. Eddy (Eds.), From Columbus to Churchill: Heroes, Villains, and Confronting Racism. Costa Mesa, CA: Mazda Publishers. http://www.mazdapublishers.com/book/from-columbus-to-churchil

Grigar, Rudyne M.

Book Chapter (Published)

  • Grigar, R. M. (2021). Challenges to Archiving and Documenting Born Digital Literature: What Scholars, Archivists, and Librarians Need to Know. Electronic Literature as Digital Humanities: Contexts, Forms, and  Practices (pp. 237-244).
  • Grigar, R. M. (2021). Kinepoeia in Animated Poetry. Electronic Literature as Digital Humanities: Contexts, Forms, and  Practices (pp. 203-210). NY, NY: Bloombury.

Book (In Preparation; Not Yet Submitted)

  • Grigar, R. M., Pisarski, M. The Challenges of Born-Digital Fiction: Editions, Translations, and Emulations. Cambridge University Press.

Multimedia Book, Open Electronic Resource (OER) (Published)

  • Zoller, K. E., Walker, A. (2021). In R. M. Grigar (Ed.), Rebooting Electronic Literature: Documenting Pre-Web Digital Media Volume 4 (vol. 4).

Hamlin, William M.

Book (Published)

  • (2021). W. M. Hamlin (Ed.), Shakespeare and Montaigne. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Hegglund, Jon R.

Book (Published)

  • (2021). J. R. Hegglund & J. McIntyre (Eds.), Modernism and the Anthropocene: Material Ecologies of Twentieth-Century Literature.

Book Chapter (Published)

  • Hegglund, J. R. Drawing (on) the Future: Narration, Animation, and the Partially Human. The Apocalyptic Dimensions of Climate Change (pp. 109-124). Berlin: DeGruyter.

Heidenreich, Linda

Book (Published)

  • Heidenreich, L. (2020). Nepantla2: Transgender Mestiz@ Histories in Times of Global Shift. University of Nebraska.

Book (Accepted)

  • Heidenreich, L., Urquijo Ruiz, R. (2021). Handbook in Chicanx/Latinx Studies. University of Arizona Press.

Book (Submitted)

  • Heidenreich, L., & Urquijo Ruiz, R. Research Manual in Chicanx/Latinx Studies.

Book Chapter (Published)

  • Heidenreich, L. (2021). Word and Deed: Dolores Huerta, Chicana Feminism, and a Zurdo Ethos of Faith in Action. Catholic Women’s Rhetoric in America (pp. 205-225). Lexington.

Encyclopedia or Catalog Entry (Published)

  • Heidenreich, L. (2021). Jack Garland. Sage.
  • Heidenreich, L. (2020). Sage Encyclopedia of Trans Studies.

Conference Proceeding

  • Heidenreich, L. Indigenous knowledge for resistance, love, and land: Selected proceedings of the 2019 meeting of the National Association for Chicana and Chicano Studies.

Hellegers, Desiree E.

Book Chapter (Published)

  • Hellegers, D. E. (2021). Body Counts: Pesticides, War and Queer Spirituality in Cherrie Moraga’s Heroes and Saints in Indigenous Art and Health from an International and Interdisciplinary Perspective, Dr. Robert Innes, Dr. Nancy Van Styvendale, and Robert Henry, eds. U. of Manitoba Press, 2021.

Hunter, Leeann D.

Book Chapter (Published)

  • Hunter, L. D. (2022). Honoring Our Students By Honoring Ourselves: Affective Labor and Mentoring Practices. Affective Labor and Alt-Ac Careers. University of Kansas Press.

Jockers, Matthew L.

Non-Refereed Journal Article (Published)

  • Jockers, M. L., Sag, M., Schultz, J. Brief of Digital Humanities and Law Scholars as Amici Curiae in Authors Guild v. Google. SSRN Electronic Journal. http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2102542
  • Jockers, M. L., Sag, M., Schultz, J. Brief of Digital Humanities and Law Scholars as Amici Curiae in Authors Guild v. Hathitrust. SSRN Electronic Journal. http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2274832
  • Jockers, M. L., Sag, M., Schultz, J. Brief of Digital Humanities and Law Scholars as Amici Curiae in Support of Defendant-Appellees and Affirmance, (The Authors Guild, Inc., et al., v. Google, Inc., et al.) (Second Circuit). SSRN Electronic Journal. http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2465413
  • Jockers, M. L., Sag, M., Schultz, J. Digital archives: Don’t let copyright block data mining. Nature, 490(7418), 29-30. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/490029a
  • Jockers, M. L., Witten, D. M., Criddle, C. S. Reassessing authorship of the Book of Mormon using delta and nearest shrunken centroid classification. Literary and Linguistic Computing, 23(4), 465-491. http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/llc/fqn040
  • Lei, L., Jockers, M. L. Normalized Dependency Distance: Proposing a New Measure. Journal of Quantitative Linguistics, 1-18. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09296174.2018.1504615

Book Chapter (Published)

  • Jockers, M. L., Underwood, T. Text-Mining the Humanities. A New Companion to Digital Humanities (pp. 291-306). John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9781118680605.ch20

Lampman, Annie

Book (Published)

  • Lampman, A. (2020). Sins of the Bees. New York, NY: Pegasus Crime.

Lee, Debbie

Refereed Journal Article (Submitted)

  • Lee, D. “Emergent: An Index”. Romantic Circles.
  • Lee, D. “A Different Kind of Knowledge”. Keats-Shelley Journal.

Book Chapter (Submitted)

  • Lee, D. Wilderness. Nature and Literary Studies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Video (Submitted)

  • Lee, D. Slavery and Abolition. Routledge Historical Resources on Romanticism. Routledge Historical Resources.

Book (In Preparation; Not Yet Submitted)

  • Lee, D. The Edge Is What We Have: Explorations and Intimacies on a Changing Planet.

Levy, Lynn T. (Buddy)

Audio Recording (Published)

  • Levy, L. T. (2021). American Legend Tantor Audio (B09MWPRCY8 ed., vol. 1). Old Saybrook, CT: Tantor Audio/ Tantor Media.

Book (Published)

  • Levy, L. T. (2022). River of Darkness: Francisco Orellana and the Deadly First Voyage Down the Amazo. New York, NY: Diversion Books.
  • Levy, L. T. (2022). Empire of Ice and Stone: The Disastrous and Heroic Voyage of the Karluk. New York, NY: St. Martin’s Press.
  • Levy, L. T. (2021). American Legend: The Real-Life Adventures of David Crockett (Tantor Audio November 2022). New York, New York.

Luers, William

Book Chapter (Published)

  • Luers, W. (2021). Having your story and eating it too: Affect and narrative in recombinant fiction. In J. O’Sullivan & D. Grigar (Eds.), Electronic Literature as Digital Humanities (pp. 226-223). London: Bloomsbury Academic.

Book Review (Published)

Refereed Journal Article (Published)

Mays, Michael

Book (Published)

  • Bauman, R. A. & Franklin, R. R. (2020). Echoes of Exclusion and Resistance: Voices from the Hanford region (W. M. Mays, Ed.). Pullman, WA: Washington State University Press.
  • Mays, W. M. (Ed.). (2020). Legacies of the Manhattan Project: Reflections on 75 years of a nuclear world. Pullman, WA: Washington State University Press.

Book Chapter (Published)

  • Mays, W. M. (2020). Introduction. Legacies of the Manhattan Project: Reflections on 75 years of a nuclear world (pp. 1-6). Pullman, WA: Washington State University Press.
  • Mays, W. M. (2020). Afterword. In Mays, W. M. (Ed.) Legacies of the Manhattan Project: Reflections on 75 years of a nuclear world (pp. 245-261). Pullman, WA: Washington State University Press.
A sampling of books by the English department faculty

 


Mays, Robin E.

Book Chapter (Published)

  • Mays, R. E. (2020). Care theory. In J. L. Egbert & M. F. Roe (Eds.), Theoretical models for teaching and research. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial.

McCarthy, Jessica E.

Book (Accepted)

  • In J. E. McCarthy & C. Johanningsmeier (Eds.), Reimagining American Realism: A New Anthology of Late 19th and Early 20th-Century Short Fiction. Ohio University Press.

Book Chapter (Accepted)

  • McCarthy, J. E. (2022). “General Introduction for Readers”. Reimagining Realism. Ohio University Press.

McGill, Cameron

Poem (Published)

Book (Published)

McGill, C. (2021). In the Night Field. Brooklyn, NY: Augury Books.

Book Chapter (Accepted)

  • McGill, C. R. (2021). “44.6336’N, 86.2345’W”, “Moonflower”, “Drunk with Zodiac”, and “Pharaoh”. Teeth of the Billow Tree (poetry anthology). Spokane, WA: Willow Springs Books.

Audio Recording (Accepted)

  • McGill, C. R. In the Night Field (First ed.). Brooklyn, NY: Augury Books.

Nicolas, Melissa

Refereed Journal Article (Accepted)

  • Nicolas, M. (2021). Black Rats, Marching Bands, and the Meaning of Campus Life.

Book (Accepted)

  • Nicolas, M. & Sicari, A. (Eds.). (2021), Our Body of Work: Embodied Teaching and Administration in Writing Studies. Logan Utah: Utah State University Press.

Essay in Book (Accepted)

  • Nicolas, M., & Anglesey, L. (2021). ‘Leaky Bodies’ and Connective Mentoring: A Metho-Epistemology.

Book Chapter (Submitted)

  • Nicolas, M. Universal Design for Writing Program Policy-Making. Disability in the Teaching of Writing 2.0.

Conference Proceeding (Submitted)

  • Nicolas, M. discussant. Pandemic Rhetoric dialogue.

Olson, Wendy M.

Conference Proceeding (Published)

  • Frye, M., Kim, D.-W., Olson, W. M. (2021). Multidimensional Linguistic Analysis of Multiple Undergraduate Writing Samples Collected from Engineering Students in Entry-Level Laboratory Courses at Three Universities. Proceedings for American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exhibition.

Phelps, Johanna L.

Refereed Journal Article (Published)

  • Phelps, J. L. (2022). Concomitant Ethics: Institutional Review Boards and Technical and Professional Communication’s Social Justice Turn. Journal of Business and Technical Communication, 36(3), 270-295.
  • Clegg, G., Lauer, J., Phelps, J., & Melonçon, L. (2021). Programmatic Outcomes in Undergraduate Technical and Professional Communication Programs. Technical Communication Quarterly, 30(1), 19–33.
  • Chao, R., Dimond Young, D., Stock, D., Phelps, J., & Wulff, A. (2020). Reflective cartography: Mapping Reflections’ first twenty years. Reflections: A Journal of Community-Engaged Writing and Rhetoric, 20(1), 147-192.
  • Phelps, J. L. (2020). Common rule vulnerabilities: Practices, pedagogies, and effective public deliberative rhetoric. Present Tense: A Journal of Rhetoric in Society, 8(2).

Book (Published)

  • Phelps, J. L. (2021). Engaging Research Communities in Writing Studies: Ethics, Public Policy, and Research Design. New York, NY: Routledge.

Book Chapter (Published)

  • Phelps, J. L. (2021). CoIs, IRBs, and Big Data Research: Towards Disciplinary Datasets in Composition. Composition and Big Data (pp. 212-229). University of Pittsburgh Press. https://upittpress.org/books/9780822946748/

Plemons, Anna C.

Refereed Journal Article (Published)

  • Nusbaum, A. T., Swindell, S., & Plemons, A. C. (2020). Kindness at first sight?: The role of syllabi in impression formation. Teaching of Psychology, 48(2), 130-143.

Book Chapter (Accepted)

  • Owens, M., Plemons, A. (2021). Write Here and Now: Co-creating Respectful and Responsive Prison Classrooms. A Socially Just Classroom.
  • Plemons, A. C., Carlson, J. (2021). A Future with Fewer Walls and More Poets. The Book of Judith.

Potts, Donna L.

Book Chapter (Published)

  • Potts, D. L. (2021). “Songs in Stone: Moya Cannon and Ecomusicology.” Contemporary Irish Poetry and the Climate Crisis. Routledge.

Book Chapter (Accepted)

  • Potts, D. L. Irish Poetry and Trauma Theory. Teaching Irish Poetry. Modern Language Association.

Powers, Laura

Poem (Published)

Russo, Linda

Poem(Published)

  • Russo, L. (2021). “A Ritual for the Nature of Language.” Ecotone: Reimaging Place (literary journal)
  • Russo, L. (2021). “Before we die we burn.” Court Green (literary journal).
  • Russo, L. (2021). “House of the Animal Entrances.  Court Green (literary journal).
  • Russo, L. (2021). “Ritual for Citizen Science.” FUTURE ANTERIOR (chapbook)

Book Chapter (Published)

  • Russo, L. (2021). Pygmy Rabbit: Brachylagus idahoensis. becoming—Feral: A Book of Beasts. Glasgow: Objet-a Creative Studio.

Multi-Media (Published)

  • Russo, L. (2021). Plant Poems Project, Botanical Signage. In K. Wakulich (Ed.), Missouri Flat Creek Ecological Restoration.

Web Page (Published)

  • Russo, L. (2021). “Plant Poems Project” (EcoArts Exhibit). EcoArts on the Palouse.

Abstract (Accepted)

  • Russo, L. (2021). “The Splendor of Self-Invention: Joanne Kyger’s Proto-feminist Parody, ‘Descartes and the Splendor Of’.” Poet in Place and Time: Critical Essays on Joanne Kyger. Ed. Mary Paniccia Carden and Jane Falk. Forthcoming, Clemson University Press. 

Book Chapter (Accepted)

  • Russo, L. (2021). untitled. Midwinter Constellation. Black Lawrence Press. 

Shahani, Nishant

Book (Published)

  • Shahani, N. Pink Revolutions: Globalization, Hindutva, and Queer Triangles in Contemporary India. Northwestern University Press.

Refereed Journal Article (Accepted)

Podcast (Published)

Interview (Published)

Siegel, Carol

Book (Accepted)

  • Siegel, C. R. (2021). Jews in Contemporary Visual Entertainment: Raced, Sexed and Erased. Indiana University Press.

Thoma, Pamela

Refereed Journal Article (In Preparation; Not Yet Submitted)

  • Thoma, P. “Syllabus and Graphic Self-Help: Creative Labor in the Neoliberal University”.
  • Thoma, P. “Mindy Kalings Memoirs and the Double Discourse of an Entrepreneurial Woman-Child Celebrity”. Television & New Media.

Book (Published)

  • Hsu, R. Y., Thoma, P. (2021). Approaches to Teaching the Works of Karen Tei Yamashita (vol. 168). New York, New York: Modern Language Association of America.

Book Chapter (Published)

  • Thoma, P. (2021). “Novels: Critical Dialogue and Long-form Fiction”. Approaches to Teaching the Works of Karen Tei Yamashita (pp. 7-19). New York, New York: Modern Language Association of America. 
  • Thoma, P., Hsu, R. Y. (2021). “Pedagogical Opportunities and Challenges”. Approaches to Teaching the Works of Karen Tei Yamashita (pp. 59-64). New York, New York: Modern Language Association of America
  • Thoma, P. (2021). “Brazil-Maru and the Narrative Space of Impersonal Feelings”. Approaches to Teaching the Works of Karen Tei Yamashita (pp. 168-174). New York, New York: Modern Language Association of America.
  • Thoma, P., Y ., H. R. (2021). “Contexts”. Approaches to Teaching the Works of Karen Tei Yamashita (pp. 36-43). New York, New York: Modern Language Association of America.
  • Thoma, P., Y ., H. R. (2021). “Essential Reference Materials”. Approaches to Teaching the Works of Karen Tei Yamashita (pp. 43-49). New York, New York: Modern Language Association of America.
  • Thoma, P., Y ., H. R. (2021). “Karen Tei Yamashita: A Writer in Motion”. Approaches to Teaching the Works of Karen Tei Yamashita (pp. 3-6). New York, New York: Modern Language Association of America.
  • Thoma, P., Y ., H. R. (2021). “Preface”. Approaches to Teaching the Works of Karen Tei Yamashita (pp. ix-x). New York, New York: Modern Language Association of America.
  • Thoma, P. (2021). “Contemporary Asian American Women’s Popular Literature and Neoliberal Form”. Asian American Literature in Transition, 1996-2020 (vol. IV, pp. 216-238). New York, New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Thoma, P. (2020). Chick noir: Surveilling femininity and the effects of loss in Gone Girl. In C. Breu & E. A. Hatmaker (Eds.), Noir Affect. New York, NY: Fordham University Press.

Book (In Preparation; Not Yet Submitted)

  • Thoma, P. Fertility Panics: Neoliberal Crisis and Biopolitical Cure in Popular Narratives of Decline

Schwartz, Elissa

Refereed Journal Article (Published)

  • Costris-Vas, C., Schwartz, E., & Smith, R. (2020). Predicting COVID-19 using past pandemics as a guide: How reliable were mathematical models then, and how reliable will they be now? Mathematical Biosciences and Engineering, 17(6), 7502-7518. doi:10.3934/mbe.2020383.
  • Gudaz, H., & Ogu, H., & Schwartz, E. (2020). Long-term dynamics of the kidney disease epidemic among HIV-infected individuals. Spora: A Journal of Biomathematics, 6(1), 52-60.
  • Hull-Nye, D., Malik, B., Keshavamurthy, R., & Schwartz, E. J. (2020). Transient dynamics of the kidney disease epidemic among HIV-infected individuals. Mathematics in Applied Sciences and Engineering, 1(4), 371-380.

Westerfield, Lauren

Essay (Published)

  • Westerfield, L. (2021). Madonna of the Master Bath. Depth Control. FENCE. 
  • Westerfield, L. (2021). A Broom to Remove the Dust. Seneca Review. 

Whitson, Roger T.

Review of Digital Archive / Tool (Published)

Wilde, Patricia A.

Refereed Journal Article (Published)

  • Wilde, P. A. (2021). “Composing Addiction: The Emotional Dimensions of Writing Processes.”. College Composition and Communication.
  • Wecker, E. C., & Wilde, P. (2020). Neither here nor there: A study of dual enrollment students’ hybrid identities in first-year composition. Teaching English in the Two-year College, 48(1), 16-43.

Journal Article (Accepted)

  • Wilde, P. A. (2021). Composing Addiction. College Composition and Communication.

Book Chapter (Published)

  • Wilde, P. A. (2020). More Than Mere Display: Susie King Taylor’s My Life in Camp with the 33rd United States Colored Troops.” Reframing 19th-Century American Activist Rhetorics (pp. 101-111). Modern Language Association.

Book Chapter (Accepted)

  • Wilde, P. A., Manis, K. (2021). “A Matter of Order: The Power of Provenance in the Mercury Collection of Marion Lamm.”. Unsettling the Archive. Southern Illinois University Press. 
  • Wilde, P. A., & Manis, K. “A Matter of Order: The Power of Provenance in the Mercury Collection of Marion Lamm.” Unsettling the Archive.
  • Wilde, P. A., Ceballos, M., & Richards, W. (2020). Keeping bad company: Struggling to listen in the archives.” In J. Fishman, R. García, and L. Rosenberg (Eds.), Community Listening.

Book (Submitted)

  • Wilde, P. A. “Winning Our Wonder: Rhetorical Re/constructions of Women in the American Civil War”. University of South Carolina Press.

Wolfe, Melanie A.

Referred Journal Article (In Preparation; Not Yet Submitted)

  • Wolf, M. A., Peterson, A. Mortality of Justice-Involved Individuals.