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Faculty Publications

Best Little Stories from the Civil War by Charles Kelly Fictions of Loss in the Victorian Fin de Siècle by Stephen Arata The New Yorker Stories by Ann Beattie Anger, Revolution, and Romanticism by Andrew Stauffer In a Father's Place by Christopher Tilghman Our South by Jennifer Greeson Textual Subjectivity by A. C. Spearing The Contours of Masculine Desire by Marlon Ross Pope’s DUNCIAD of 1728: A History and Facsimile by David Vander Meulen Victorian Modernism by Jessica Feldman How to Make It as a Woman by Alison Booth Compass Rose by John Casey Rhetorical Investigations by Walter Jost Inwardness and Theater in the English Renaissance by Katharine Maus Music, Body, and Desire in Medieval Culture by Bruce Holsinger The Premodern Condition by Bruce Holsinger Classics and English Renaissance Poetry by Gordon Braden The Half-life of Happiness by John Casey On the Bus with Rosa Parks by Rita Dove Teacher: The One Who Made the Difference by Mark Edmundson Eighteenth-Century Genre and Culture Edited by Cynthia Wall and Dennis Todd Park City: New and Selected Stories by Ann Beattie The Time Machine Edited by Stephen Arata Joyce and the Subject of History by Victor Luftig Kings of Rock and Roll Thomas Hardy in Our Time by Robert Langbaum Poetry and Poetics by Stephen Cushman Seeing Together by Victor Luftig English Renaissance Drama: A Norton Anthology by Katharine Maus The Reluctant Pilgrim by J. Paul Hunter What Was Mine by Ann Beattie An Introduction to Chaucer The Caged Owl by Gregory Orr Middlemarch by Karen Chase Byrhtferth's Enchiridion edited by Peter Baker A Collection of Poems by Several Hands Introduction by Michael Suarez A Journal of the Plague Year Edited by Cynthia Wall Authorship and Audience by Stephen Railton Feminism and Postmodernism by Jennifer Wicke Like Unto Moses by James Nohrnberg Imagining Our Americas by Sandhya Shukla On Rereading by Patricia Spacks Emerson and His Legacy by Gregory Orr Falling in Place by Ann Beattie The Best American Poetry 2000 Edited by Rita Dove Manning the Race by Marlon Ross Harlequin Britain: Pantomime and Entertainment by John O'Brien Strategies of Poetic Narrative: Chaucer, Spenser, Milton, Eliot by Clare Kinney The Essential Wayne Booth Edited and with an Introduction by Walter Jost The Victorians and Old Age by Karen Chase Literary Character by Elizabeth Fowler Rhetorical Invention and Religious Inquiry: New Perspectives Ed. Walter Jost Literature and the Economics of Liberty by Paul Cantor Twain’s Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court Edited by Stephen Railton Beyond Feminist Aesthetics by Rita Felski Wild Orchids and Trotsky by Mark Edmundson The Spectacle of Intimacy by Michael Levenson & Karen Chase The Gender of Modernity by Rita Felski Testimony & Demeanor by John Casey



The English Department will host a community reading and discussion event this Wednesday at 7:00pm in the Bryan Hall Faculty Lounge.


Professor Lisa Russ Spaar is one of five finalists for the Nona Balakian Citation for Excellence in Reviewing for the National Book Critics Circle Awards.


English Professor Stephen Cushman has received the state's highest honor for professors, the Outstanding Faculty Award, given by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia and Dominion Resources.


Rita Dove, Commonwealth Professor of English at the University of Virginia, is the recipient of the 2014 Carole Weinstein Prize in Poetry.


Upcoming Events



The Winter Read 2015

Faculty Lounge, Bryan Hall (7:00pm - 9:00pm) 1422489600
Wednesday, January 28th



Meg Wolitzer Fiction Reading

Newcomb Hall Theater (5:00pm - 6:00pm) 1422568800
Thursday, January 29th



Renaissance Area Group Workshop

Bowers Library (3:30pm - 4:30pm) 1422995400
Tuesday, February 3rd
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