Student/Alumni Success


Germaine, Alison. “Disability and Depression in Thor Comic Books.” Disability Studies Quarterly, Vol 36, 2016.

Carpenter, Jason. “Some Like it Not: The Key to Successful Relationships in the Films of Billy Wilder.” Bright Lights Film Journal, 2016.

Moberg, Eric. “Chaotic Identities in Bernardo Carvalho’s NINE NIGHTS,” The Explicator, vol. 73, no. 1, 2015, pp. 73-75.

Cardozo, Patricia.  “Beyond Bella: Sexual Violence and Rosalie Hale in The Twilight Saga.” Fastitocalon: Studies in Fantasticism Ancient to Modern. Volume IV (2013).

Coombs, Crystal. “The Splitting of Mind and Matter as in a Dream: Poe’s ‘Ligeia’.” Studies in Gothic Fiction. 2012.

Gutierrez-Zamano, Estella “A Descent into a Masculine, Allegorical Space: Gender in Edgar Allan Poe’s No-Tell Tales” Studies in Gothic Fiction Volume 2, issue 2.

Jackson, Lisa. “Big Lie, Small World: What E. Lynn Harris Wanted Readers to Understand About the Struggle for African American, Homosexual Males Seeking to Attain the American Dream.” Journal of Homosexuality.  September 2012.

Yancy, Peter. “Steinbeck’s Relationship to the Proletarian Novel” The Steinbeck Review. June 2012

Dean-Epps, Diane. “Changing the Exchange: We’re Not in Harlem Anymore.” Rose Croix Journal. Volume 16, 2009.


Lloyd, Kory. Critical Edition of Matthew Lewis’s The Bravo of Venice . Zittaw Press: Crestline, CA, 2008.

Conference Presentations:

Two of our MA-English program students, Isa de Quesada and Mike Simental, presented papers at the XVI Biennial International Ernest Hemingway Society Conference, in Venice, ITALY 22-27 June, 2014.

Coombs, Crystal presented a paper at the Studies in Gothic Fiction Conference, 2012.