Leaders in Learning: Publications of Faculty & Staff
Auksi, P. 2000. 'God shall always raise up some:' John Knox,
the Reformer as Prophet. Florilegium 17: 277-89.
Barsky, R.F. 2001. Le Carnavalesque. Main Blanche: Journal Des, Tudes Litt, Raires 7 (5): 3-5.
Barsky, R.F. 2001. An Essay on the Free Movement of Peoples. Refuge 19 (3): 32.
Barsky, R.F. 2001. Magic and Language. Postures 1 (1): 187-214.
Barsky, R.F. 2000. The Motives for Departure and the Choice of
Host Country: Arguing the Canadian Refugee' Choices. Contemporary International
Issues: An Academic and Policy Journal: "Explaining Contemporary Immigration
and Refugee Intake Policies" 1 (1)
Brydon, D. 2000. It's Time for a New Set of Questions. Essays
on Canadian Writing 771 (Fall 2000): 14-25.
Carmichael, T. 2001. Screening Symbolicity: Kenneth Burke and
Contemporary Theory. Unending Conversations: New Writings by and about
Kenneth Burke. G. Henderson, and D.C. William. Carbondale and Edwardsville:
Southern Illinois UP. 143-154.
Davey, F. 2000. Genre Subversion in the English-Canadian Short Story. Early Canadian Short Stories. M. Dean. Ottawa: Tecumseh Press. 322-332.
Davey, F. 2001. Louis Dudek's Functional Poetry. Louis Dudek:
Essays on his Works. G. Hillebrand. Toronto: Guernica. 23-41.
Esterhammer, A. 2000. Cognitive Process and Commanding Genius. The Coleridge Bulletin 16 (Winter): 56-62.
Esterhammer, A. 2000. Godwin's Suspicion of Speech Acts. Studies in Romanticism 39 (4): 553-578.
Esterhammer, A. 2000. Of Promises, Contracts, and Constitutions: Thomas Reid and Jeremy Bentham on Language as Social Action. Romanticism 6 (1): 55-77.
Esterhammer, A. 2001. The Performative in Romantic Theory and Practice: On the Linguistic Philosophy of Coleridge and Humboldt. Romanticism in Theory. L. Moller, and M.-L. Svane. Aarhus, Denmark: Aarhus University Press. 58-72.
Esterhammer, A. 2000. The Romantic Performative: Language and Action in British and German Romanticism. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. xv, 357 Includes bibliographical references and index.
Esterhammer, A. 2000. Susan Ferrier's Allusions: Comedy, Morality,
and the Presence of Milton. Jane Austen and Mary Shelley and Their Sisters.
Dabundo. Lanham, Md.: University Press of America. 61-67.
Falkowska, J. 2000. National Cinemas in Postwar East-Central
Europe. Canadian Slavonic Papers XLII (1-2): 1-171.
Groden, M. 2001. Privacy in Bloom. The Private I: Privacy
in a Public World. Graywolf Forum 4. M. Peacock. St. Paul, MN: Graywolf
Hair, D.S. 2001. A Note on Meter, Music, and Meaning in Robert
Browning's Fifine at the Fair. Victorian Poetry 39 (1): 25-35.
Nikolova, I.N. R. Hewitt. 2001. Complementary Modes of Representation
in Keats, Novalis, and Shelley. Studies in Nineteenth-Century British
Literature. 18. New York, USA: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc.
Rajan, T. 2000. Between Romance and History: Possibility and Contingency in Godwin, Leibniz, and Mary Shelley's Valperga. Mary Shelley in Her Times. B.T. Bennett, and S. Curran. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press. 88-102, 247-50.
Rajan, T. 2000. Framing the Corpus: Godwin's Editing of Wollstonecraft in 1798. Studies in Romanticism 39 (4): 511-531.
Rajan, T. 2000. The Mask of Death foucault, derrida, the human
sciences and literature. Angelaki 5 (2): 211-221.
Traister, B. 2000. The Bureaucratic Origins of The Scarlet Letter.
in American Fiction 29 (1): 77-92.
Zyrd, M. 2000. Scale . Public. Lexicon: 20th Centruy A.D. 20: 57-59. Special double issue of Public.