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Submissions from 2005

Seeing ‘a little of the world’ (and not being able to change it) in Anne Brontë’s Agnes Grey, Russell Poole

Sigvatr Þórðarson, Russell Poole

Skalde/Skalds, Russell Poole

Skaldische Dichtung/Skaldic Poetry, Russell Poole

The Nesjavísur of Sigvatr Þórðarson, Russell Poole

Building an Ethical Architecture: Habitat and the Shape of Radical Humanism, Kim Solga

Submissions from 2004

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Gothic Masculinity: Effeminacy and the Supernatural in English and German Romanticism. (Book Review), Steven Bruhm

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On Jerrold E. Hogle's The Undergrounds of The Phantom of the Opera: Sublimation and the Gothic in Leroux's Novel and Its Progeny, Steven Bruhm

Curiouser: On the Queerness of Children, Steven Bruhm and Natasha Hurley

Introduction to Curiouser: On the Queerness of Children, Steven Bruhm and Natasha Hurley

Introduction, Antonina Harbus and Russell Poole

Verbal Encounters: Anglo-Saxon and Old Norse Studies for Roberta Frank, Antonina Harbus and Russell Poole

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In Search of the British Indian in British India: White Orphans, Kipling’s Kim, and Class in Colonial India, Teresa Hubel

Adverbial Genitives in Skaldic Poetry, Russell Poole

Claiming Kin, Skaldic-style, Russell Poole

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Heinrich Beck and Else Ebel, editors. Studien zur Isländersaga: Festschrift für Rolf Heller, Russell Poole

Metre and Metrics, Russell Poole

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Myth, Psychology, and Society in Grettis saga, Russell Poole

Old English Riddles, Russell Poole

Submissions from 2003

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Queer Today, Gone Tomorrow, Steven Bruhm

Lof en eigi háð? The Riddle of Grettis saga Verse 14, Russell Poole

Mother Courage and its Abject: Reading the Violence of Identification, Kim Solga

Submissions from 2002

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The Contemporary Gothic: Why We Need It, Steven Bruhm

The ‘Conversion Verses’ of Hallfreðr vandræðaskáld, Russell Poole

Two Students of Boethius, Russell Poole