Department of English Publications



Submissions from 2004

Old English Riddles, Russell Poole

Submissions from 2003


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


The Contemporary Gothic: Why We Need It, Steven Bruhm

The ‘Conversion Verses’ of Hallfreðr vandræðaskáld, Russell Poole

Two Students of Boethius, Russell Poole

Victorian Professionalism and Charlotte Brontë’s Villette, Russell Poole


The Savage Ambivalence of Delisle de la Drevetière, Kim Solga

Submissions from 2000


David Punter, Gothic Pathologies: The Text, the Body and the Law, Steven Bruhm


Encrypted Identities, Steven Bruhm

Reflecting Narcissus: A Queer Aesthetic, Steven Bruhm


Tommy Atkins in India: Class Conflict and the British Raj, Teresa Hubel

Introduction, Russell Poole

Skaldsagas: Text, Vocation, and Desire in the Icelandic Sagas of Poets, Russell Poole

The Relation between Verses and Prose in Hallfreðar saga and Gunnlaugs saga, Russell Poole

Violent Imaginings: Feminist Performance Spaces in Tomson Highway’s Dry Lips Oughta Move to Kapuskasing, Kim Solga

Submissions from 1999


Cannon Schmitt. Alien Nation: Nineteenth-Century Gothic Fictions and English Nationality, Steven Bruhm


Stage Blood (Book Review), Steven Bruhm


Picture This: Stephen King’s Queer Gothic, Steven Bruhm

Submissions from 1998

Gothic Body, Steven Bruhm

Reforming Byron’s Narcissism, Steven Bruhm

Old English Wisdom Poetry, Russell Poole

Reasons for Rhyme, Alliteration, and Wordplay: A Psycholinguistic Look at Poetic Composition and Reception, Russell Poole

Tofu, Green Tea, and Alzheimer’s Disease: Critical Thinking as Quantitative Literacy in First-Year Composition for Information and Mathematical Science Students, Russell Poole and Jenny Lawn