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Zackary Vernon.Jpg Dec 2016

Zackary Vernon.Jpg

Dr. Zackary Vernon

No abstract provided.


Robert L. Fiore, Colleague, Friend, And Mentor, Chad M. Gasta, Julia Domínguez Apr 2015

Robert L. Fiore, Colleague, Friend, And Mentor, Chad M. Gasta, Julia Domínguez

Julia Domínguez

Robert L. Fiore, mentor and friend, has remained the truest advisor and teacher to his students, consummate supporter to his colleagues, and loyal friend to those who know him outside academia. His wise and constant counsel—the most precious gift he could have ever offered to his students—is exactly what he received from trusted and faithful mentors early on in his career. This volume of essays by some of the most well known Hispanics today is not only proof of Bob’s impact on Golden Age studies, but also a small measure of appreciation by all who have had ...


[Review Of] The Stephen King Companion, Robert A. Aken Sep 2014

[Review Of] The Stephen King Companion, Robert A. Aken

Robert A. Aken

No abstract provided.


On Remaning Minor In Modernisms: The Future Of Women's Literature, Sonita Sarker Dec 2012

On Remaning Minor In Modernisms: The Future Of Women's Literature, Sonita Sarker

Sonita Sarker

No abstract provided.


Leaving The House Of Memory: Post-Soviet Traces Of Deportation Memory, Rebecca Gould Jan 2012

Leaving The House Of Memory: Post-Soviet Traces Of Deportation Memory, Rebecca Gould

Rebecca Gould

No abstract provided.


Mahfouz, Naguib, Benjamin Geer Dec 2011

Mahfouz, Naguib, Benjamin Geer

Benjamin Geer

An encyclopaedia article about the Egyptian writer Naguib Mahfouz.


Intersections Of Age And Gender, Laura Quilter, Liz Henry Jan 2008

Intersections Of Age And Gender, Laura Quilter, Liz Henry

Laura Quilter

No abstract provided.


Transgressive Sanctity: The Abrek In Chechen Culture, Rebecca Gould Jan 2007

Transgressive Sanctity: The Abrek In Chechen Culture, Rebecca Gould

Rebecca Gould

The ancient tradition of the abrek (bandit) was developed into a political institution during the second half of the nineteenth and early twentieth century by Chechen and other Muslim peoples of the Caucasus as a strategy for dealing with the overwhelming military force of Russia's imperial army. During the Soviet period, the abrek became a locus for oppositional politics and arguably influenced the representations of violence and anti-colonial resistance during the recent Chechen Wars. This article is one of the first works of English-language scholarship to historicize this institution. It also marks the beginning of a book project entitled ...