Graduate Student Publications
Jill Jarvis, "Remnants of Muslims: Reading Agamben's Silence" was awarded the 2014 Ralph Cohen Prize offered by the journal New Literary History, designed to recognize the work of junior scholars. The essay will be published in the fall. Further details are here: http://newliteraryhistory.org/Ralph_Cohen_Prize.php.
Liesl Yamaguchi's review of Ideographic Modernism by Christopher Bush (Oxford University Press, 2010) is forthcoming in Comparative Literature.
Ella Brians’s review of Carrie Jerrell's After the Revival was published in The Raintown Review. 9.2 in February 2011.
Rachel Galvin’s poem, “The Real Thing,” appeared in the New Yorker vol. 27, September 13, 2010, on p. 35.
Ella Brians reviewed Julie Kane's Jazz Funeral for The Raintown Review. 9.1 in June 2010.
Akten-kundig? Literatur, Zeitgeschichte und Archiv, edited by Marcel Atze et al., was reviewed by Jens Klenner in Modern Austrian Literature 43.4 in 2010.
Ella Brians’s English translation of Julia Kristeva’s "Antigone, la limite and l’horizon," appeared in Feminist Interpretations of Antigone, edited by Fanny Söderbäck, SUNY Press, in 2010.
Jens Klenner’s review of Michael Billenkamp’s Thomas Bernhard: Narrativik und poetologische Praxis appeared in The German Quarterly 83.3 in 2010.
Maurice Blanchot’s Political Writings: 1953-1993, translated and Introduced by Zakir Paul, was published by Fordham University Press in 2010.
Jens Klenner reviewed Thomas J. Cousineau’s Three-Part Inventions: The Novels of Thomas Bernhard in The German Quarterly 83.2 in 2010.
Rachel Galvin published her first collection of poems, Pulleys and Locomotion, with Black Lawrence Press in 2009.
Catherine Hansen’s “Porphyry” appeared in Cabinet 33 in Spring 2009.
Zakir Paul’s “Blanchot’s Athenaeum” was published in Athenäum: Jahrbuch der Friedrich Schlegel-Gesellschaft 19, in 2009, on pp. 167-188.
Jens Klenner’s article, “Ektopia: Skizze einer anatomischen Geographie in Thomas Bernhards Amras,” appeared in Modern Austrian Literature 42.1 in 2009, on pp. 63-84.
Jens Klenner’s essay, “Spontaneous Spaces of Memory: Revisiting our Milieux de Mémoire,” appeared in The Merits of Memory: Concepts, Contexts, Debates, edited by Hans-Jürgen Grabbe and Sabine Schindler, Heidelberg Universitätsverlag in 2008, pp. 17-34.
Jens Klenner’s “‘Die Vermieter des Intellekts’: Kopflanger and Handlanger in Brecht and Kafka” appeared in the Journal of the Kafka Society of America 31/32 (1/2) 2007/2008, on pp. 62-79.