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Submissions from 2023

Eighteenth-Century Environmental Humanities, Jeremy Chow

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Speculative Constitutions in Ursula K. Le Guin’s Hainish Cycle and the Rights of Nature, Ted Hamilton

Submissions from 2022

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The Dream of Property: Law and Environment in William T. Vollmann’s Dying Grass and Leslie Marmon Silko’s Almanac of the Dead, Ted Hamilton

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Short Sharp Shocks: an Interview With Women Who Make Horror Shorts, Brian Hauser

Anthropocene Lullaby, K. A. Hays

Eudora Welty and Mystery : Hidden in Plain Sight, Harriet Pollack and Jacob Agner

Rilke's Hands : an Essay on Gentleness, Harold Schweizer

Pink : a Women's March story, Virginia Zimmerman

Submissions from 2021

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Eighteenth-Century Queer Studies, Revisited, Jeremy Chow

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No Fats, No Fems, No Problems?: Working Out & the Gay Muscled Body, Jeremy Chow

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Simian Sexuality: Interspecies Intimacy in the Long Eighteenth Century, Jeremy Chow

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Snaking into the Gothic: Serpentine Sensuousness in Lewis & Coleridge, Jeremy Chow

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Taken by Storm : Robinson Crusoe and Aqueous violence, Jeremy Chow

Caribbean Literature in Transition, 1920-1970. Volume 2, Rafe Dalleo and Curdella Forbes

On Lingering and Literature, Harold Schweizer

Submissions from 2020

Masturbatory Ecologies: Pornography, Ecosexuality, and Perverted Environmental Justice, Jeremy Chow

Prime Mates: The Simian, Maternity and Abjection in Brobdingnag, Jeremy Chow

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Haiti and the Early American Imagination, Michael Drexler

Byron Now, Ghislaine McDayter

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The Next Chicago Police Chief Takes Actions to Address the Chicago Murder Rate, Joseph Scapellato

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Bringing Egypt Home: Children's Encounters With Ancient Egypt in the Long Nineteenth Century, Virginia Zimmerman

Submissions from 2019

Anecdotes of Bishop Thomas Barnard, Greg Clingham

‘I stole his likeness’: An Unknown Drawing of Samuel Johnson and James Boswell, Greg Clingham

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Johnson and Borges: Some Reflections, Greg Clingham

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Johnson and China: Culture, Commerce, and the Dream of the Orient in Mid-eighteenth-century England, Greg Clingham