Faculty Research & Creative Activity

Faculty Research & Creative Activity

 
This page collects the research and creative activity of the faculty of the Department of English at Eastern Illinois University.

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Submissions from 2017

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Acts of Revision: Bernard Shaw, Noël Coward, and "Born Bosses", Christopher Wixson

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Looking After the Drainage: Health, Marketing, and the Turkish Bath in Bernard Shaw's Misalliance, Christopher Wixson

Submissions from 2016

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How to Save...A Nation? Televisual Fiction Post-9/11, Melissa Ames

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Chapter 9 - How Pop Culture Shapes - Excerpt.pdf, Melissa Ames and Sally Burcon

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Conclusion - Hop Pop Culture Shapes - Excerpt.pdf, Melissa Ames and Sally Burcon

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Chapter 1 - How Pop Culture Shapes - Full Chapter.pdf, Melissa Ames and Sarah Burcon

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Chapter 2 - How Pop Culture Shapes - Excerpt.pdf, Melissa Ames and Sarah Burcon

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Chapter 3 - How Pop Culture Shapes - Excerpt.pdf, Melissa Ames and Sarah Burcon

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Chapter 4 - How Pop Culture Shapes - Excerpt.pdf, Melissa Ames and Sarah Burcon

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Chapter 5 - How Pop Culture Shapes - Excerpt.pdf, Melissa Ames and Sarah Burcon

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Chapter 6 - How Pop Culture Shapes - Excerpt.pdf, Melissa Ames and Sarah Burcon

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Chapter 7 - How Pop Culture Shapes - Excerpt.pdf, Melissa Ames and Sarah Burcon

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Chapter 8 - How Pop Culture Shapes - Excerpt.pdf, Melissa Ames and Sarah Burcon

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Introduction - How Pop Culture Shapes - Full Chapter.pdf, Melissa Ames and Sarah Burcon

Submissions from 2015

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"Proof of the loop": Patterns of Habitual Denial in Tim O'Brien's In the Lake of the Woods and Don DeLillo's Libra, Tim Engles

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White Male Nostalgia in Don DeLillo's Underworld, Tim Engles

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"Not I!": Strategies of Post-Millennial Confessionalistic Poetry, Charlotte Pence

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George Bernard Shaw in Context: Health and vegetarianism, Christopher Wixson

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Shaw's Settings: Gardens and Libraries by Tony Jason Stafford, and: Bernard Shaw and Totalitarianism: Longing for Utopia by Matthew Yde (review), Christopher Wixson

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Shaw’s Settings: Gardens and Libraries. Gainesville , by Tony Jason Stafford and Bernard Shaw and Totalitarianism: Longing for Utopia , by Matthew Yde, Christopher Wixson

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"Not I!": Strategies of Post-Millennial Confessionalistic Poetry, Charlotte J. Pence

Submissions from 2014

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“What did she see?” The White Gaze and Postmodern Triple Consciousness in Walter Dean Myers’s Monster, Tim Engles and Fern Kory

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Dilemmas and Delusions: Bernard Shaw and Health, Christopher Wixson

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The Theatrical Woolf, Christopher Wixson

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“What did she see?” The White Gaze and Postmodern Triple Consciousness in Walter Dean Myers’s Monster, Tim Engles and Fern Kory

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Aubade, Ruben Quesada

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A Rare Species in the Midwest, Ruben Quesada

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On Witness, Ruben Quesada

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Where Have All the Good Men Gone? A Psychoanalytic Reading of the Absent Fathers & Bad Dads on ABC's Lost, Melissa Ames

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Where Have All the Good Men Gone? A Psychoanalytic Reading of the Absent Fathers & Bad Dads on ABC's Lost, Melissa A. Ames

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Preface: Objects of Translation(s), C. Wharram

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Nothing Human (invited paper for the special volume “Humanism, Cosmopolitanism, and the Ethics of Translation"), C. Wharram

Submissions from 2013

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Bodies of Debt: Interrogating the Costs of Technological Progress, Scientific Advancement, and Social Conquests through Dystopian Literature, Melissa Ames

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Engaging "Apolitical" Adolescents: Analyzing the Popularity and Educational Potential of Dystopian Literature Post-9/11, Melissa Ames

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Bodies of Debt: Interrogating the Costs of Technological Progress, Scientific Advancement, and Social Conquests through Dystopian Literature, Melissa A. Ames

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Stop! Think! Grade!: Developing a Philosophy of Writing Evaluation, Terri Fredrick

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On Birth, Ruben Quesada

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On Telos, Ruben Quesada

Aeolian Translation: The Aesthetics of Mediation and the Jouissance of Genre, C. Wharram

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Authorship and Shaw's Shakes Versus Shav, Christopher Wixson

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Media Matters in J. M. Barrie's Mary Rose, Christopher Wixson

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“These Noxious Microbes”: Pathological Dramaturgy in George Bernard Shaw’s Too True to Be Good, Christopher Wixson

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Incarceration, Identity Formation, and Race in Young Adult Literature: The Case of Monster versus Hole in My Life, Tim Engles and Fern Kory

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Book review: Haia Shpayer-Makov. The Ascent of the Detective: Police Sleuths in Victorian and Edwardian England., Dagni A. Bredesen

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Stop! Think! Grade!: Developing a Philosophy of Writing Evaluation, Terri A. Fredrick

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Synthetic Review of Facing the Center: Toward an Identity Politics of One-To-One Mentoring by Harry C. Denny, Writing Centers and the New Racism: A Call for Sustainable Dialogue and Change, and I Hope I Join the Band: Narrative, Affiliation, and Antiracist Rhetoric by Frankie Condon, Tim Taylor

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Synthetic Review of Facing the Center: Toward an Identity Politics of One-To-One Mentoring by Harry C. Denny, Writing Centers and the New Racism: A Call for Sustainable Dialogue and Change, and I Hope I Join the Band: Narrative, Affiliation, and Antiracist Rhetoric by Frankie Condon, Tim Taylor

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Engaging "Apolitical" Adolescents: Analyzing the Popularity and Educational Potential of Dystopian Literature Post-9/11, Melissa A. Ames

Submissions from 2012

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Time in Television Narrative: Exploring Temporality in 21st Century Programming, Melissa Ames

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Time in Television Narrative: Exploring Temporality in 21st Century Programming, Melissa A. Ames