Vol 3, No 2 (2013)

Conference Issue -- Revolution

Selected papers from the third annual graduate student conference on language and literature at the University of Houston. This year's conference used "revolution" as its theme.

Table of Contents

Editors' Introduction

Editorial Board PDF

Critical Articles

Must We Mean What We See PDF
Kerry Dickenson 2-14
Aleksandr Vampilov’s Drama “Duck Hunting” and The (In)different Character in the Different Theatre: Phenomenological Analysis of Viktor Zilov’s Revolution PDF
Alexandra Yazeva 15-33
Death Imagery in Paz's Blanco PDF
Monica Salazar 34-44
Facing the Challenges Inherent in Teaching Online: A Case Study PDF
Kimberly Parish Davis 45-61
Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s Agency Regarding her Disillusionment with Socially Prescribed Domesticity Norms PDF
Natalie Malin 62-71
Freeing the Sign PDF
Tina Cabrera 72-85
Children of a Posthuman Realism: Alfonso Cuarón’s Posthuman Adaption of P.D. James' The Children of Men PDF
Charles Edgar Hicks 86-104
The Missing Kingdom: Graham Greene's The Power and the Glory and the Sermon on the Mount in St. Matthew's Gospel PDF
Ryan Jeffrey Pederson 105-117
Exploring the Bawdy Court Ethos in Measure for Measure's Design: Putting the Church Courts’ Newly Stringent Laws Governing Sex and Betrothal on Trial PDF
Cynthia Greenwood 118-129
Infectious Revolutions: Gender, Science, Identity and Humanity in Herculine Barbin: Being the Recently Discovered Memoirs of a Nineteenth-Century Hermaphrodite PDF
Jessie Casteel 130-139
Vindicating the Historical Romance PDF
Cristen Hamilton 140-156

Call for Papers

Issue 4.1 CFP PDF

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