Books

This bibliography lists books generated by the alumni of the Department of English graduate programs from 1996 to the present.

Stuart Burrows

(MA 1994, PhD Princeton University)
A Familiar Strangeness: American Fiction and the Language of Photography, 1839-1945
The University of Georgia Press, 2008

Ted Buswick

(MA 1975)
Slate of Hand: Stone for Fine Art & Folk Art
Trafford Publishing, 2007
Coauthor, What Poetry Brings to Business
The University of Michigan Press, 2010

Jennifer C. Cook

(MA 1998, PhD Brandeis University)
Machine And Metaphor: The Ethics of Language in American Realism
Routledge Press, 2006

Elizabeth Swanson Goldberg

(MA 1992, Ph.D. Miami University of Ohio)
Beyond Terror: Gender, Narrative, Human Rights
Rutgers University Press, 2007

Karen Paley

(PhD 1998)
I-Writing: The Politics and Practice of Teaching First-Person Writing
Southern Illinois University Press, 2001

Douglas Reichert Powell

(PhD 1999)
Ed., Encyclopedia of Appalachia, “Media” section
The University of Tennessee Press, 2006
Critical Regionalism
University of North Carolina Press, 2007

Pegeen Reichert Powell

(MA 1995, PhD Miami University of Ohio)
Co-ed., Mothers Who Deliver: Feminist Interventions in Public and Interpersonal Discourse,
SUNY Press, 2010

Tim Prchal

(MA 1990)
Co-ed., Visions and Divisions: American Immigration Literature, 1870-1930
Rutgers University Press, March 2008

Carmen Haydée Rivera

(PhD 2001)
Border Crossings and Beyond: The Life and Works of Sandra Cisneros
Praeger, 2010

Stuart Selber

(MTPW 1990, PhD Michigan Technological University)
eds. Central Works in Technical Communication
Oxford University Press, 2004; Best Collection of Essays in Technical or Scientific Communication by the National Council of Teachers of English
Multiliteracies for a Digital Age
Southern Illinois University Press, 2004; Distinguished Book Award from Computers and Composition; Best Book in Technical or Scientific Communication by the National Council of Teachers of English

Tony Trigilio

(PhD 1997)
Allen Ginsberg’s Buddhist Poetics
Southern Illinois University Press, July 2007
Co-ed., Visions and Divisions: American Immigration Literature, 1870-1930
Rutgers University Press, March 2008
With the Memory, Which is Enormous
Main Street Rag’s Editor’s Choice Chapbook Series, March 2009

Jeff Westover

(MA 1992, PhD Boston College)
The Colonial Moment: Discoveries and Settlements in Modern American Poetry
Northern Illinois University Press, 2004