Department of English and Philosophy


Selected Faculty Journal Publications

This list is not all inclusive. Faculty members are encouraged to contact the webmaster with information on additional publications.

Attebery, Brian. "Aboriginality in Science Fiction." Science Fiction Studies 32 (2005): 385-404.

Attebery, Brian. "C. L. Moore." Fifty Key Figures in Science Fiction. Ed. Mark Bould et al. Abingdon, Ox. and New York: Routledge, 2009. 171-76.

Attebery, Brian. "The Conquest of Gernsback: Leslie F. Stone and the Subversion of Science Fiction Tropes." Daughters of Earth: Twentieth Century Feminist Science Fiction.  Ed. Justine Larbalestier. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan UP, 2006. 50-66.

Attebery, Brian. "Dust, Lust, and Other Messages from the Quantum Wonderland." Nanoculture: Implications of the New Technoscience. Ed. N. Katherine Hayles. Bristol, UK: Intellect, 2004. 161-69.

Attebery, Brian. "Elizabeth Enright and the Family Story Genre." Children’s Literature 37 (2009). 114-36.

Attebery, Brian. "Exploding the Monomyth: Myth and Fantasy in a Postmodern World." Considering Fantasy: Ethical, Didactic, and Therapeutic Aspects of Fantasy in Literature and Film. Ed. Justyna Deszcz-Tryhubczak and Marek Oziewicz. Wroclaw: Oficyna Wydawnicza, 2007. 209-20.

Attebery, Brian. "The Fantastic." The Oxford Handbook of Science Fiction. Ed. Rob Latham. Forthcoming from Oxford University Press.

Attebery, Brian. "High Church versus Broad Church: Christian Myth in George MacDonald and C. S. Lewis." The New York Review of Science Fiction 207 (Nov. 2005): 14-17.

Attebery, Brian. "Introduction. E. R. Eddison." The Worm Ouroboros.  New York: Barnes & Noble, 2006.

Attebery, Brian. "The Magazine Era: 1926-1960." The Cambridge Companion to Science Fiction. Ed. Edward James and Farah Mendlesohn. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2003. 32-47.

Attebery, Brian. "Patricia Wrightson and Aboriginal Myth." Extrapolation 46 (2005): 329-39.

Attebery, Brian. Contributions to Reading Narrative Fiction, by Seymour Chatman. New York: Macmillan, 1993.

Attebery, Brian. "Science Fiction." International Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities, 1 vol., eds. M. Flood, J.K. Gardiner, B. Pease, and K. Pringle. London: Routledge, 2007.

Attebery, Brian. "Science Fiction, Parable, and Parabolas." Foundation: The International Review of Science Fiction 95 (Autumn 2005): 7-22.

Attebery, Brian. "Stories Linked to Stories: Fantasy as a Route to Myth." Relevant across Cultures: Visions of Connectedness in Modern Fantasy Literature for Young Readers. Ed. Justyna Deszcz-Tryhubczak, Marek  Oziewicz, and Agata Zarzycka. Wroclaw: Oficyna Aydawnicza, 2009. 19-31.

Attebery, Brian. "Structuralism and Fantasy." Cambridge Companion to Fantasy. Ed. Edward James and Farah Mendlesohn. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012. 81-90.

Attebery, Brian. "Teaching Gender and Science Fiction." Teaching Science Fiction. Ed. Peter Wright and Andy Sawyer. Teaching the New English Series. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave-Macmillan. 2011. 146-71.

Attebery, Jennifer Eastman. "Claiming Ethnicity: Implicit and Explicit Expressions of Ethnicity among Swedish Americans." Not English Only, ed. Orm Øverland. European Contributions to American Studies, no. 48. Amsterdam: VU University Press, 2001. 12 28. Also published in American Studies in Scandinavia 32.1 (2000): 6-28.

Attebery, Jennifer Eastman. "Peasant Letters Revisited," Swedish-American Historical Quarterly 56.2-3 (2005):126-40. Special issue on immigrant letters.

Attebery, Jennifer Eastman. "Scandinavianism in the Rocky Mountain West, Pragmatic and Programmatic." Chapter 19 in Swedes and Norwegians in the U.S., ed. Dag Blanck and Philip Anderson. Minneapolis: Minnesota Historical Society Press, 2011. 295-307.

Attebery, Jennifer Eastman. "Swedish America in the Rocky Mountain West, 1880-1917: Folkloric Perspectives on the Immigrant Letter." Scandinavian Studies 77 (2005): 53-84.

Attebery, Jennifer Eastman. "Swedish Immigrants and the Myth of the West," Swedish-American Historical Quarterly 60.3 (2004): 179-93.

Baergen, Ralph, and Cady, P. "Multistate Survey of Primary Care Physician and Midlevel Provider Attitudes toward Community Pharmacists. Journal of American Pharmacy Association 49.4 (2009): 423-428.

Baergen, Ralph, and Owens, C.T. "Revisiting Pharmacists' Refulas to Dispense Emergency Contraception." Obstetrics & Gynecology 108.5 (2006): 1277-82.

Baergen, Ralph. (2013) R Baergen, W Woodhouse "Surrogates and Extra-Familial Interests," centerpiece of a special section in The Journal of Clinical Ethics. Forthcoming.

Baergen, Ralph. (2013) S. Lawyer, R. Baergen, B. Kuruvilla, "Ethical Conduct of Laboratory Experimental Research on Fear and Anxiety: Review and Recommendat ions." Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry vol. 15, no. 3. Forthcoming.

Baergen, Ralph. (2013) C. Owens, R. Baergen, D. Puckett, "Online Sources of Herbal Product Information" American Journal of Medicine. Forthcoming.

Dodd, Mark. "Measure for Measure at the 2007 Idaho Shakespeare Festival; Or, As the Director Likes It" Upstart Crow: A Shakespeare Journal XXVII (2008).

Dodd, Mark. "Shaw in Idaho." The Independent Shavian: The Journal of the Bernard Shaw Society 44.1-2 (2006).

Dodd, Mark. "The History of Troilus and Cressida." Upstart Crow: A Shakespeare Journal XI (1991).

Engebretsen, Terry. “Re-Educating the Body: Kathy Acker, Georges Bataille, and the Postmodern Body in My Mother, Demonology.” Devouring Institutions: The Life Work of Kathy Acker. Ed. Michael Hardin, 2006.

Engebretsen, Terry. “Faulkner’s Teeth.” Rendezvous: A Journal of Arts and Letters (2004).

Engebretsen, Terry. “Being Dead She Yet Lives: The Rhetorical Work of America’s First Funeral Sermon.” Studies in Puritan American Spirituality. Ed. Michael Schuldiner, 1997.

Engebretsen, Terry. “Primitivism and Postmodernism in Kathy Acker’s Kathy Goes to Haiti.” Studies in the Humanities (1994).

Goslee, Susan. "England." Third Coast 26 (2008): 126-28.

Goslee, Susan. "For hundreds each evening." Salamander 17.1 (2011/12): 121-23.

Goslee, Susan. "Kalemegdan." Indiana Review 29.1 (2007): 152-53.

Goslee, Susan. "Ligertown: IV. Gospel and evidence." West Branch 70 (2012): 80-82.

Goslee, Susan. "Not Antietam" and "Holiday. Live Bear." The Cimarron Review 179 (2012): 28-31.

Goslee, Susan. "The Seagram Murals by Mark Rothko." The Carolina Quarterly 62.1 (2012): 92.

Goslee, Susan. "Visiting Pike Place, 2003" and "October 26, 2005." Prairie Schooner 82.3 (2008): 94.

Hellwig, Harold H. "As I Lay Dying and Features of Greek Tragedy." Explicator 68.3 (2010).

Hellwig, Harold H. "Mark Twain’s Travel: Looking for an Identity in Fiction." Twentieth Century Literature Criticism. Gale Cengage Learning, 2012.

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. "Complications of a Late Freeze" and "Every Couple before Us," The Gettysburg Review 24.2 (Summer 2011). "Every Couple before Us" was nominated by The Gettysburg Review for Best New Poets 2012.

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. "Disarmament" and "Homesteading." River Styx 87 (2012).

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. “Divining” and “Etiquette for the Soft Skin,” Free State Review 1 (Spring 2013).

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. “Dust Bowl, 1936” and “Settler.” Crab Orchard Review 18.2 (Fall 2013).

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. “Elegy for Beauty School and Fallen Satellites</.” RHINO (Summer 2009).

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. “For George Washington’s Mother at the Start of Each New War.” Kalliope 29 (Fall 2007).

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. "Ice Caves: Shoshone, Idaho." Valparaiso Poetry Review 13.1 (Fall/Winter 2011).

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. “its strange and swollen borders</.” Prompt 1 (Spring 2013).

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. "Networks of Crumbling Mines." 5am 33 (Summer 2011).

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. "Preordained" and "Problems with Nudity." Cimarron Review 179 (2012).

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. “Search Party, Called Off.” Sixth Finch (Summer 2013).

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. “A Sturdy House.” The Cortland Review 42 (Summer 2009).

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. "Sweet and Golden Soup." Rattle 16.1 (Summer 2010).

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. “The Unlikely Event of a Water Landing.” Gargoyle Issue 59 (Fall 2012).

Hurst, Bethany Schultz. "Water Line." Smartish Pace 17 (Spring 2010). Second place prize for Erskine J. Poetry Award.

Johnson, Alan G. “Agra in London: An Inquest,” essay in special “Literary Pilgrimages” issue of Rendezvous, ed. Tom Klein; Fall 2005: 45-58.

Johnson, Alan G. "The American Hero’s Passage to India: Geography, Frontier Myths, and Planetary Perspectives." Publication of keynote addresses from Conference on Myth, Orality and Folklore." Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University. 

Johnson, Alan G. "Anglo-Indians and Globalization." In The Way We Are, ed. L. Crumb and D. Van Veldhuisen. New York: CTR, 2008. 252-56.

Johnson, Alan G. “Club Members?: Reading John Masters’s Bhowani Junction,” The Journal of Commonwealth Literature (London), Summer 2000: 3-26.

Johnson, Alan G. “Culture, Metaphor, Art: The Context of Beauty.” RendezvousIdaho State University Journal of Arts & Letters 36:1 (Fall 2002): 23-36.

Johnson, Alan G. "Ghosts of Irish Famine in J.G. Farrell’s The Siege of Krishnapur." Journal of Commonwealth Literature 46.2 (2011): 275-92.

Johnson, Alan G. Locating Literature: Geography, History, Ecology. Editor of special issue. With Prafulla Kar, managing editor. Journal of Contemporary Thought (Dallas and Baroda, India), Winter 2012.

Johnson, Alan G. “Not Teeth but the Absence of Teeth,” Fall 2003 issue of Rendezvous, “A Literary History of Teeth” (Part II), ed. Roger Schmidt: 53-58.

Johnson, Alan G. "On First Seeing the Taj Mahal," "Church, India" and "He Preached" (poems) in Kavya Bharati (English literary journal, India) No. 19 (December 2007): 25-28.

Johnson, Alan G. "Picturing Violence in an Age of Technological Reproduction." In Literature in Times of Violence. Ed. Gulshan Rai Kataria and Somdatta Mandal. New Delhi: Prestige Books, 2008.

Johnson, Alan G. A Place for Beauty. Editor, special issue. RendezvousIdaho State University Journal of Arts & Letters 36:1 (Fall 2002). With Michael Sowder.

Johnson, Alan G.  “'Sanitary Duties' and Registered Women: A Reading of On the Face of the Waters,” The Yale Journal of Criticism, Fall 1998: 507-13.

Johnson, Alan G. “The Savage City: Locating Colonial Modernity,” Nineteenth-Century Contexts 25.4 (2003): 315-32.

Johnson, Alan G. “Vagabond’s Brew,” Poetry Collection chapbook co-authored with Tom Klein. Blue Scarab Press, Pocatello, Dec. 2005

Johnson, Margaret. "Never the Same One Twice: Melodrama and Repetition in Queer as Folk." Genre. Forthcoming.

Johnson, Margaret. "Proulx and the Postmodern Hyperreal." The Geographical Imagination of Annie Proulx: Rethinking Regionalism. Ed. Alex Hunt. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield, 2009. 25-38.

Johnson, Margaret. "Silenced by Religion: Reflections on Situations from College English." CEA Forum 37.1 (2008).

Klein, Thomas. "Anglo-Saxon Literacy and the Roman Letters on the Franks Casket." Studia Neophilologica 81 (2009): 17-23.

Klein, Thomas. "Dialect and Word Choice in Old English: Two Case Studies with Old English Perception Verbs." Anglia: Journal of English Philology 130.4 (2012): 471-98.

Klein, Thomas. "The Ghostly Voice of Gossip in Faulkner's 'A Rose for Emily.'" The Explicator 65 (Summer 2007): 229-32. Rpt. in The Norton Anthology of Literature. New York: Norton, 2010. 701-3.

Klein, Thomas. "In Praise of Bald Men: A Translation of Hucbald's Ecloga de calvis." Comitatus 26 (1996): 1-9.

Klein, Thomas. "The Inscribed Gold Strip in the Staffordshire Hoard: The Text and Script of an early Anglo-Saxon Biblical Inscription." Anglo-Saxon Studies in Archaeology and History 18 (2012): 62-74.

Klein, Thomas. "The Old English Translation of Aldhelm's Riddle Lorica." Review of English Studies 48 (1997): 345-349.

Klein, Thomas. "Reading Word and Picture on the Franks Casket: Centrifugal Meanings and Thematic Non-Coherence." Forthcoming in Viator 45.2 (Summer 2014).

Klein, Thomas. "'Rise Up, Lord, Scatter Your Enemies': Faith and Doubt in the Anglo-Saxon Staffordshire Hoard." Quidditas: The Journal of the Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Association (2012): 232-36.

Klein, Thomas. "Six Color Words in the Pearl Poet: Middle English Blake, Blayke, Blaht, Blo, Blwe and Ble." Studia Neophilologica (Spring 2000): 156-8.

Klein, Thomas. "Stanc æfter stane (Beowulf, l. 2288): Philology, Narrative Context, and the Waking Dragon." Journal of English and Germanic Philology 106.1 (January 2007): 22-44.

Klein, Thomas. "Traditional Approaches to Monolingual Lexicography." The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Ed. Carol A. Chapelle. Wiley-Blackwell. Published online 5 Nov. 2012, print Jan. 2013.

Klein, Thomas. "Words for the Colour Orange in Italian." Quaderni d'italianistica 15 (1994): 137-149.

Launspach, Sonja. "The Journey to Idaho: The Use of Oral History Tapes and Census Data to Trace the History of Dialect Features." Idaho Yesterdays. Forthcoming.

Launspach, Sonja. "Beyond Grammar: Linguistics in the Composition Classroom" with Martha Thomas. In our Own Voice: Graduate Students Teach Writing. Ed. by Tina Good and Leanne Warshauer. New York: Allyn Bacon.

Launspach, Sonja. "Compliments and self deprecatory assessments: A quilter's resource in the co-construction of performance events. RASK International Journal of Language and Communication. No. 18, Spring 2003.

Launspach, Sonja. "'That really was a good method for beginners:' How narratives are used to situate objects and techniques in a quilting guild." To appear. Narrative Inquiry.

Launspach, Sonja. "The Journey to Idaho: The Use of Oral History Tapes and Census Data to Trace the History of Dialect Features." Idaho Yesterdays. Forthcoming.

Launspach, Sonja. "Literal or Loose Talk: The Negotiation of Meaning on an Internet Discussion List." Words on the Web: Computer Mediated Communication. Ed. by Lyn Pemberton and Simon Schurville. Exeter, UK: Intellect Ltd.

Launspach, Sonja. "The Role of Talk in Small Writing Groups: Building Declarative and Procedural Knowledge for Basic Writers." Journal of Basic Writing 27.2 (2008): 93-117.

Launspach, Sonja. "Webster and American Lexicography." The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Ed. Carol A. Chapelle. Blackwell, 2013.

Levenson, Carl. "The Daimon in the Euthydemus." Φιλοσοφία : International Journal of Philosophy, Vol 36, No 2 (2007).

Levenson, Carl. "Distance and Presence in Augustine's Confessions." The Journal of Religion, Fall, 1984. University of Chicago Press: Chicago, Illinois. An "archetypal" reading of St. Augustine's autobiography.

Levenson, Carl. Socrates Among the Corybantes: A Reading of Plato's Euthydemus. Spring Publications: Woodstock, Connecticut, 1999.

Montgomery, Tracy. "Bad Company: Why Technology is a Problem for Technical Writers." Rendezvous 26.2 (Spring 1991): 99-105.

Montgomery, Tracy. "Negotiating Corporate Culture." The Technical Writing Teacher 8.1 (Winter 1991): 75-80.

Petit, Angela. "Already Experts: Showing Students How Much They Know about Writing and Reading Arguments," with Edna Soto. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 45.8 (2002): 674-682.

Petit, Angela. "Domestic, Virtuous Women: Examining Women's Place in a Public Environmental Debate along Louisiana's Cancer Corridor." Technical Communication Quarterly 10.4 (2001): 365-387.

Petit, Angela. "From Classroom to Workplace: Ten Rules for New Technical Communication Graduates." Intercom April 2007: 22-24.

Petit, Angela. "Gender 101: Helping Students Become Aware of Stereotypes of Gender and Language." Teaching English in the Two-Year College 31.2 (2003): 131-143.

Petit, Angela. "Online Teaching Opportunities for Technical Communicators." Intercom May 2008: 24-26.

Petit, Angela. "Removable Feasts: The Writing Center as Carnival." Composition Forum 12.1 (2001): 41-58.

Petit, Angela. "The Stylish Semicolon: Teaching Punctuation as Rhetorical Choice." English Journal 92.3 (2003): 66-72.

Petit, Angela. "Words So Strong: Maxine Hong Kingston's 'No Name Woman' Introduces Students to the Power of Words." Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 46.6 (2003): 482-490.

Petit, Angela. "The Writing Center as 'Purified Space': Competing Discourses and the Dangers of Definition." The Writing Center Journal 17.2 (1997): 111-122.

Pfister, Tom. "Teeth: The Decay in Poetry, the Polish in Prose." A History of Teeth. Rendezvous 36.2 (Spring 2002): 67-72.

Schmidt, Roger. "Caffeine and the Coming of the Enlightenment." Raritan 23.1 (2003): 129 – 149.

Schmidt, Roger. "A Literary History of Teeth." Raritan (2010): 23-42.

Schmidt, Roger. A History of Teeth. Editor. Rendezvous 36 & 37 (2002-03).

Schmidt, Roger. "Introduction." Water & Mountain: Two Tales by Koda Rohan; translated by Tsutomu Nagata. Rendezvous 40.1 (2009).

Schmidt, Roger. "Kant’s Last Cup." Chapbook. Pocatello, Idaho: Blue Scarab Press, 2006.

Schmidt, Roger. The Manufacture of Glass: Essays. Rendezvous (Spring 2001, Vol. 35, No. 2).

Schmidt, Roger. Pilgrims and Natives: Literary and Artistic Journeys. Editor, with Tom Klein. Rendezvous 38.2 (2004).

Schmidt, Roger. "Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackboard." Raritan 25.3 (2006) 47-69.

Schmidt, Roger. "To What Shall I Compare This Life." Raritan (2013). Forthcoming.

Shein, Debra. "The Imperiled Jumping Frog of Calaveras County." ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 16.2 (2009). 245-63.

Shein, Debra. "When Geography Matters: Mary Hallock Foote's 'Maverick' and the Mysteries of the Snake River Lava Beds." American Literary Realism 38.8 (2006). 249-58. Reprinted in Short Story Criticism 150 (2011).

Shein, Debra. "Isaac Raboy's Der Yiddisher Cowboy & My Story by Rachel Calof: The Role of the Western Frontier in Shaping Jewish-American Identity." Western American Literature 36.4 (2002). 359-79.

Shein, Debra. "Not Just the Vote: Abigail Scott Duniway's Serialized Novels and the Struggle for Women's Rights." Oregon Historical Quarterly 101.3 (2000): 302-27.

Skidmore, James. "Skepticism about Practical Reason: Transcendental Arguments and Their Limits." Philosophical Studies 109 (2002): 121-141.

Skidmore, James. "Duties to Animals: The Failure of Kant's Moral Theory." Journal of Value Inquiry 35 (2001): 541-559. Reprinted in Applied Ethics, Dimock and Tucker (eds.),Thomson Nelson (2004), 160-176. Reprinted in Environmental Ethics, Botzler and Armstrong (eds.), McGraw-Hill (2003).

Swetnam, Susan Hendricks. "Ford Swetnam." Rereadings II. Ed. Greg Kuzma. Lincoln: Best Cellar Press, 2009. 15-25.

Swetnam, Susan Hendricks. "Girls Who Camp." Idaho Magazine 11.4 (2012): 18-24.

Swetnam, Susan Hendricks. "'Here on the Verge of Town . . . I Am Myself': Landscape and Revisionist Western Identity in the Work of Six Contemporary Idaho Writers." European Journal of American Studies (2011). On-line. 

Swetnam, Susan Hendricks. "A New Day in the Study of Western Women’s Experience: Who’ll Follow?" Review-essay.  Western American Literature 42.2 (2007): 189-96.

Swetnam, Susan Hendricks. "A New Look at an Old Favorite: Home Below Hell’s Canyon." Idaho Humanities 9.2 (2006): 1,4,6.

Swetnam, Susan Hendricks. "Of Raspberries and Religion." Gastronomica 12.2 (2012): 59-65.

Swetnam, Susan Hendricks. "Seduced and Abandoned: Annie Pike Greenwood and the Myth of ‘Irrigated Eden.’" In The American Literary West. Ed. David Rio. Vitoria, Spain: University of the Basque Country, 2006.

Swetnam, Susan Hendricks. "Thinking About Food." In Dishrag Soup and Poverty Cake. Boise, ID: Idaho Humanities Council, 2006. 5-14.

Swetnam, Susan Hendricks. "Why Food Matters." Idaho Humanties 10.2 (2006): 1-3.

Stubbs, Michael. "In the Mountains, No One Can Hear You Swear." Forthcoming in Sunstone Magazine.

Stubbs, Michael. "Haiku." Rock and Ice Magazine (March 2012).

Stubbs, Michael. "Staying at Home in a Daddly Fashion." Sunstone Magazine 163 (2011).

Stubbs, Michael. "House Dad," "Snow." Red Clay Review (Spring 2007).

Stubbs, Michael. "Lichens," "I Spilled My Blood," "The Hermit's Cave." Black Rock and Sage (Spring 2007): 17, 18.

Stubbs, Michael. "One the Road to Anchorage, September," "Walking Home on a Dark Street in Guadalajara, Mexico." Ice Box 6 (2004): 51, 53, 62.

VanWinkle, Matthew. "Tennyson's 'Tithonus' and the Exhaustion of Survival in The X-Files." The X-Files and Literature: Unweaving the Story, Unraveling the Lie to Find the Truth. Ed. Sharon R. Yang. Newcastle upon Tyne, England: Cambridge Scholars, 2007. 298-311.

VanWinkle, Matthew. "Fluttering on the Grate: Revision in 'Frost at Midnight.'" Studies in Romanticism, 43 (2004): 583-98.

VanWinkle, Matthew. "Mocking Stupendous Mechanisms: Romantic Parody and Frankenstein's Dream." Frankenstein's Dream. Ed. Jerrold E. Hogle. College Park, MD: U of Maryland; 2003.

Wahl, Russell. "The Arnauld Malebranche Controversy and Descartes' Ideas." Monist Vol. 71, No. 4, Oct. 1988, reprinted in Port Royal to Bayle, Essays on Early Modern Philosophers, Vol. 4, V. Chappell, ed., Garland, 1992.

Wahl, Russell. "The Axiom of Reducibility." Russell, NS Vol. 31 No. 1, 63-80, Summer 2011.

Wahl, Russell. "Bertrand Russell's Theory of Judgment." Synthese, Vol. 68. No. 3. Sept. 1986.

Wahl, Russell. "Colour: Physical or Phenomenal." (with Jonathan Westphal) Philosophy, Vol. 73, no. 284, April 1998.

Wahl, Russell. "Descartes, Leibniz and Berkeley on Whether We Can Dream Marks of the Waking State." (with Jonathan Westphal), Studia Leibnitiana, Vol. 24, No. 2, 1992.

Wahl, Russell. "How Can What I Perceive Be True?" History of Philosophy Quarterly, Vol. 12 No. 2, April 1995, reprinted in Descartes, Sorell, ed., London: Ashgate, 1999.

Wahl, Russell. "Impossible Propositions and the Forms of Objects in Wittgenstein's Tractatus." The Philosophical Quarterly, Vol 15, No. 179, April 1995.

Wahl, Russell. "Malebranche: The Senses, Representation and the Material World." Perception and Reality: Descartes to the Present, Schumacher, ed. Paderborn: Mentis Verlag, 2004.

Wahl, Russell. "Occasional Causes." Explanation and Causation. (Topics in Contemporary Philosophy, Vol 4) ed. Cambell and O'Rourke. MIT Press, 2007.

Wahl, Russell. "Occasionalism, Laws and General Will." British Journal for the History of Philosophy, Vol. 19 No. 2, 219-240, March, 2011.

Wahl, Russell. "'On Denoting' and the Principle of Acquaintance." Russell, Vol. 27, no. 1, Summer 2007.

Wahl, Russell. "The Port Royal Logic." Historical Antecedents to Informal Logic, Walton and Brinton, eds., London: Avebury Press, 1997.

Wahl, Russell. "Port-Royal: The Stirrings of Modernity." Handbook of the History of Logic Vol. II Mediaeval and Renaissance Logic, ed. Gabbay and Woods. Elsevier, 2008.

Wahl, Russell. "Representation and Resemblance." Philosophies of Classical France, Elmarsafy, ed. Berlin: Weidler Buchverlag, 2001.

Wahl, Russell. "Russell's Theory of Meaning and Denotation and 'On Denoting.'" Journal of the History of Philosophy, Vol. 31, No. 1, January 1993.

Wahl, Russell. "Some Consequences of Possibilism." Australasian Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 65, No. 4, Dec. 1987.

Whitaker, Curt. "Bioaesthetics and the American West."Found in Alberta: Environmental Themes for the Anthropocene, ed. Robert Boschman and Mario Trono. Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2013.

Whitaker, Curt. "Fairfax, Marvell, and the Mowers of Nun Appleton. "Ben Jonson Journal 20 (2013): 72-94.

Whitaker, Curt. "German Translations of Paradise Lost." Yale Milton Encyclopedia, ed. Thomas Corns. New Haven: Yale UP, 2007. Additional short entries for "Klopstock, Frederick," "Dee, River," "Cam, River," "Severn, River," and "Westphalia, Peace of."

Whitaker, Curt. "Herbert’s Pastor as Herbalist." In George Herbert’s Pastoral: New Essays on the Poet and Priest of Bemerton, ed. Christopher Hodgkins. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2010.

Whitaker, Curt. "Marvell, A Man Without Qualities. Essay Review. Huntington Library Quarterly 74.2 (2011): 367-71.

Whitaker, Curt. "Marvell, Fairfax, and the Mowers of Nun Appleton." The Ben Jonson Journal. Forthcoming.

Winston, Jessica, ed. "Drama of the Inns of Court." A New Companion to Renaissance Literature and Culture. Ed. Michael Hattaway. 2 vols. Oxford: Blackwell, 2010. 2.94-104. With Alan H. Nelson.

Winston, Jessica. "English Seneca: Heywood to Hamlet." The Oxford Handbook of Tudor Literature, 1485-1603. Ed. Mike Pincombe and Cathy Shrank. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2009. 472-87.

Winston, Jessica. "Expanding the Political Nation: Gorboduc at the Inns of Court and Succession Revisited." Early Theatre: A Journal Associated with the Records of Early English Drama 8.1 (2005): 11-34.

Winston, Jessica. "Jasper Heywood." The Literary Encyclopedia July 30, 2013 [4,362 words] Web.

Winston, Jessica. "John Studley." The Literary Encyclopedia July 10, 2013 [2,567 words] Web.

Winston, Jessica. "Literary Associations of the Middle Temple." History of the Middle Temple. Ed. Richard Havery. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2011. 147-71.

Winston, Jessica. "Love’s Labor’s Lost." The Greenwood Companion to Shakespeare: A Comprehensive Guide for Students. Ed. Joseph Rosenblum. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2005. 2.380-97.

Winston, Jessica. "Lyric Poetry at the Inns of Court: Forming a Professional Community." The Intellectual and Cultural World of the Early Modern Inns of Court. Ed. Jayne Archer, Elizabeth Goldring, Sarah Knight. Manchester, England: Manchester UP, 2011.

Winston, Jessica. "A Mirror for Magistrates and Public Political Discourse in Elizabethan England." Studies in Philology 101:4 (2004): 381-400.

Winston, Jessica. "National History to Foreign Calamity: A Mirror for Magistrates and Early English Tragedy." Shakespeare’s Histories and Counter-Histories. Ed. Dermot Cavanagh, Stuart Hampton-Reeves, and Steve Longstaffe. Manchester, England: Manchester UP, 2006. 152-65.

Winston, Jessica, and Ker, James. "A Note on Jasper Heywood's 'Free Compositions' in Troas (1559)." Modern Philology 101:4 (2013), 564-75.

Winston, Jessica. "Seneca in Early Elizabethan England." Renaissance Quarterly 59.1 (2006): 29-58.

Wolter, Brent . "Collocational Links in the L2 Mental Lexicon and the Influence of L1 Intralexical Knowledge." Applied Linguistics 32.4 (2011): 430-449. With H. Gyllstad.

Wolter, Brent. "Frequency of Input and L2 Collocational Processing: A Comparison of Congruent and Incongruent Collocations." Studies in Second Language Acquisition. Forthcoming. With H. Gyllstad.

Wolter, Brent. "A Further Note on Simulating Word Association BGehaviour in a Second Language." Second Language Research 21.4 (2005): 359-72.  Reprinted in Paul Meara, ed. Connected Words. Baltimore: John Benjamins, 2009. With C. Wilks and P. Meara.

Wolter, Brent. "Lexical Network Structures and L2 Vocabulary Acquisition: The Role of L1 Lexical/conceptual Knowledge." Applied Linguistics 27.4 (2006): 741-47.

Wolter, Brent. "Lexis: Overview [Introduction to lexis section]." The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics. Ed. Carol A. Chapelle, Lexis section ed. Brent Wolter. Blackwell, 2013.

Wolter, Brent. "Meaning-last Vocabulary Acquisition and Collocational Productivity." Lexical Processing in Second Language Learners. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters, 2009.

Wolter, Brent. "The ‘Promise’ of Three Methods of Words Association Analysis to L2 Lexical Research." Second Language Research 28.4 (2012): 41-67. With A. Zareva.

Wolter, Brent. "Teaching Conversation in Japan." Art of Teaching Speaking. Michigan University Press, 2006.

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