FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Comparative World Literature – March 2022

Four entries from the Comparative World Literature program. Entries include studies of representations of disability and illness in literature. Lie, Crystal Yin. “Crip Time as Space: Tracing Graphic Temporalities of Chronic Illness in Julia Wertz’s The Infinite Wait,” Special Issue of Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies. (Forthcoming 2022). —. “Drawn to History: Healing, Dementia, and the Armenian […]

Faculty Publications: Comparative World Literature – November 2021

Comparative World Literature Seven entries from the Comparative World Literature Program. Publications range from scholarship on teaching mythology and on Disability Studies to commentary on contemporary politics. Chew, Kathryn. “Mother, Monster, Myth: Jeffers’ Medea as a Teaching Text,” Jeffers Studies 21 (2021) 79-99.  —. “Thematic Texts: Ovid, Martial, Tertullian” in the Oxford Handbook to Sport and Spectacle in the Ancient World. […]

Faculty Publications: Comparative World Literature – February 2021

Comparative World Literature Lie, Crystal Yin. “Drawn to History: Healing Dementia and the Armenian Genocide in Aliceheimer‘s Intertextual Collage.” Graphic Medicine, a special issue of Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly edited by Erin La Cour and Anna Poletti, vol. 44, no. 2, 2021. (Forthcoming) —. “Drawn to History: Healing Dementia and the Armenian Genocide in Aliceheimer‘s Intertextual Collage.” Graphic Medicine, edited by Erin La Cour and […]