Spring 2013, Vol. 32, No. 1

From the Editor: Getting What You Pay For? Open Access
and the Future of Humanities Publishing
, 7-21 [full preface]
Laura M. Stevens

Articles

New Work on Virginia Woolf’s Nonfiction:

Wartime Cosmopolitanism: Cosmofeminism in Virginia
Woolf’s Three Guineas and Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis,
23-52 [abstract]
Susan Stanford Friedman

“Unsolved Problems”: Essayism, Counterfactuals, and the
Futures of A Room of One’s Own,
53-73 [abstract]
Randi Saloman

Late Victorian and Modern Feminist Intertexts: The Strachey
Women in A Room of One’s Own and Three Guineas
, 75-98 [abstract]
Kathryn Holland


Girls in Bonds: Prehensile Place and the Domestic Gothic
in L. M. Montgomery’s Short Fiction
, 99-117 [abstract]
Christiana Salah

“No proper feeling for her house”: The Relational Formation
of White Womanliness in Shirley Jackson’s Fiction
, 119-141 [abstract]
Alexis Shotwell

Reimagining Migration through the Act of Writing
in Anglophone Caribbean Women’s Narrative
, 143-158 [abstract]
Alisa K. Braithwaite

“Sisters separated for much too long”: Women’s Friendship
and Power in Toni Morrison’s “Recitatif”
, 159-180 [abstract]
Susana M. Morris

Archives

The Calm After the Storm: Researching Rebecca West, 181-186
Lorna Gibb

Review Essays

Feminism, Three Ways, 187-194 [full essay]
Samantha Pinto

Negotiating the Traditional and the Modern: Chinese Women’s
Literature from the Late Imperial Period through the Twentieth
Century
, 195-220 [full essay]
Li Guo

Reviews

Conversational Rhetoric: The Rise and Fall of a Women’s Tradition,
1600-1900
, by Jane Donawerth, 221-223
Patricia Phillippy

A Monarchy of Letters: Royal Correspondence and English Diplomacy in the Reign of Elizabeth I, by Rayne Allinson, 223-225
Debra Barrett-Graves

The Politics of Rape: Sexual Atrocity, Propaganda Wars, and the
Restoration Stage
, by Jennifer L. Airey, 225-227
Paula R. Backscheider

Jane Austen’s Civilized Women: Morality, Gender, and the Civilizing
Process
, by Enit Karafili Steiner, 228-229
Carole Moses

Gabriel, by George Sand, translated from French by Kathleen Robin
Hart and Paul Fenouillet, 230-231
Maryline Lukacher

Giving Women: Alliance and Exchange in Victorian Culture, by Jill
Rappoport, 231-233
Adrienne Munich

In the Hollow of the Wave: Virginia Woolf and Modernist Uses of Nature, by Bonnie Kime Scott, 233-236
Kelly Sultzbach

The American H. D., by Annette Debo, 236-239
Meryl Altman

Composing Selves: Southern Women and Autobiography, by Peggy
Whitman Prenshaw, 239-241
Thomas F. Haddox

Disciplining Girls: Understanding the Origins of the Classic Orphan Girl Story, by Joe Sutliff Sanders, 241-242
Gregg Camfield

Literary Identification from Charlotte Brontë to Tsitsi Dangarembga, by Laura Green, 242-245
Beth C. Rosenberg

The Myth of Persephone in Girls’ Fantasy Literature, by Somaya Sami Sabry, 245-247
Marilyn Pemberton

Spring/Fall 2012, Vol. 31, Nos. 1/2

EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY WOMEN AND ENGLISH CATHOLICISM

From the Editors, 7-32 [full preface]
Anna Battigelli and Laura M. Stevens

Articles

Neither Single nor Alone: Elizabeth Cellier, Catholic Community, and Transformations of Catholic Women’s Piety, 33-52 [abstract]
Lisa McClain

Catharine Trotter and the Claims of Conscience, 53-75 [abstract]
Joanne E. Myers

Of Her Making: The Cultural Practice of Mary, 9th Duchess of Norfolk, 77-98 [abstract]
Clare Haynes

“A distribution of tyme”: Reading and Writing Practices in the English Convents in Exile, 99-116 [abstract]
Caroline Bowden

“All the World have heard of the Devil and the Pope”: Elizabeth Inchbald’s The Mogul Tale and English Catholic Satire, 117-136 [abstract]
Michael Tomko

Regina Maria Roche’s The Children of the Abbey: Contesting the Catholic Presence in Female Gothic Fiction, 137-158 [abstract]
Diane Long Hoeveler

“Penance and mortification for ever”: Jane Austen and the Ambient Noise of Catholicism, 159-180 [abstract]
Beth Kowaleski Wallace

Archives

Jane Barker’s Catholic Poems: An Edition of “Poems Referring to the times: from the Magdalen Manuscript, Part One, 181-228
Bridget Keegan, Editor, and Libby Hallgren Hoxmeier, Assistant Editor

Innovations

Using Digital Resources for the Study of English Catholic Women Writers, 229-236
Victoria Van Hyning

Afterword

English, Women, Writing, Catholicism, 237-244 [full afterword]
Frances E. Dolan

Reviews

Women in Early America: Recharging Hemispheric and Atlantic Desire, special issue of Legacy: A Journal of American Women Writers, edited by Tamara Harvey, 245-248
Lorrayne Carroll

The Second Sex, by Simone de Beauvoir, translated from French by Constance Borde and Sheila Malovany-Chevallier, 248-250
Dorothy Z. Baker

Eighteenth-Century Women Writers and the Gentleman’s Liberation Movement: Independence, War, Masculinity, and the Novel, 1778-1818, by Megan A. Woodworth, 250-253
Danielle Spratt

The Family, Marriage, and Radicalism in British Women’s Novels of the 1790s: Public Affection and Private Affliction, by Jennifer Golightly, 253-257
Susan Celia Greenfield

Sister Arts: The Erotics of Lesbian Landscapes, by Lisa L. Moore, 257-260
Fiona Brideoake

Feminism and the Politics of Travel after the Enlightenment, by Yaël Schlick, 260-263
Barbara Pauk

Translation, Authorship and the Victorian Professional Woman: Charlotte Brontë, Harriet Martineau and George Eliot, by Lesa Scholl, 263-265
Joanne Wilkes

Time, Space, and Gender in the Nineteenth-Century British Diary, by Rebecca Steinitz, 265-268
Carol Hanbery MacKay

Beyond the Pulpit: Women’s Rhetorical Roles in the Antebellum Religious Press, by Lisa J. Shaver, 268-270
Molly K. Robey

Vigilante Women in Contemporary American Fiction, by Alison Graham-Bertolini, 270-272
Linda Byrd Cook

The Nation Writ Small: African Fictions and Feminisms, 1958-1988, by Susan Z. Andrade, 273-274
Samantha Pinto

Water and African American Memory: An Ecocritical Perspective, by Anissa Janine Wardi, 275-277
Scott Hicks

Arab-American Women’s Writing and Performance: Orientalism, Race and he Idea of “The Arabian Nights”, by Somaya Sami Sabry, 277-280
Hala Halim

Visitation, by Jenny Erpenbeck, 281-283
Nancy Nobile

Fall 2011, Vol. 30, No. 2

WOMEN AND ANGLO-AMERICAN PERIODICALS

From the Editor, 241-244 [full preface]
Laura M. Stevens

Articles

“Connections, which are of service … in a more advanced age”: The Lady’s Magazine , Community, and Women’s Literary Histories, 245-267 [abstract]
Jennie Batchelor

“The Character of Editress”: Marian Evans at the Westminster Review, 1851-54, 269-290 [abstract]
Fionnuala Dillane

The Anatomy of Complicity: Rebecca Harding Davis, Peterson’s Magazine, and the Civil War, 291-315 [abstract]
Sharon M. Harris

Expanding Woolf’s Gift Economy: Consumer Activity Meets Artistic Production in The Dial, 317-342 [abstract]
Amanda Sigler

Tears on Trial in the 1920s: Female Emotion and Style in Chicago and Machinal, 343-369 [abstract]
Jean Marie Lutes

A Chameleonic Character: Celebrity, Embodiment, and the Performed Self in Cornelia Otis Skinner’s Magazine Monologues, 371-392 [abstract]
Jamie Libby Boyle

From a Tarantula on a Banana Boat to a Canary in a Mine: Ms. Magazine as a Cautionary Tale in a Neoliberal Age, 393-405 [abstract]
Amy Erdman Farrell

Innovations

The Mess and Muddle of Modernism: The Modernist Journals Project and Modern Periodical Studies, 407-428
Sean Latham

Review Essay

Around 1910: Periodical Culture, Women’s Writing, and Modernity, 429-439 [full essay]
Barbara Green

Afterword

We Other Periodicalists, or, Why Periodical Studies?, 441-450 [full afterword]
Manushag N. Powell

Reviews

Exaltadas: A Female Genealogy of Transcendentalism,, special issue of ESQ, edited by Phyllis Cole and Jana Argersinger, 451-454
Brigitte Bailey

Women Writers of the American West, 1833-1927, by Nina Baym, 454-456
Shelley S. Armitage

Domesticity and Design in American Women’s Lives and Literature: Stowe, Alcott, Cather, and Wharton Writing Home, by Caroline Chamberlin Hellman, 456-458
Randi Lynn Tanglen

Writing the Black Revolutionary Diva: Women’s Subjectivity and the Decolonizing Text, by Kimberly Nichele Brown, 458-461
Kevin Quashie

Unassimilable Feminisms: Reappraising Feminist, Womanist, and Mestiza Identity Politics, by Laura Gillman, 462-464
Megan Sibbett

Spiritual Mestizaje: Religion, Gender, Race, and Nation in Contemporary Chicana Narrative, by Theresa Delgadillo, 465-467
C. Alejandra Elenes

Jane Austen’s Anglicanism, by Laura Mooneyham White, 467-469
Malinda Snow

Women’s Authorship and Editorship in Victorian Culture: Sensational Strategies, by Beth Palmer, 469-472
Vicky Simpson

Radclyffe Hall: A Life in the Writing, by Richard Dellamora, 472-474
Margaret D. Stetz

Stevie Smith and Authorship, by William May, 474-475
Marina MacKay

Women’s Poetry and Popular Culture, by Marsha Bryant, 475-478
Amanda Golden

Modernist Short Fiction by Women: The Liminal in Katherine Mansfield, Dorothy Richardson, May Sinclair, and Virginia Woolf, by Claire Drewery, 478-480
Geneviève Brassard

Contemporary Women Writers Look Back: From Irony to Nostalgia, by Alice Rideout, 480-482
Nick Turner

Chick Lit and Postfeminism, by Stephanie Harzewski, 482-484
Mallory Young

Spring 2011, Vol. 30, No. 1

From the Editor: On Translation, 7-14 [full preface]
Laura M. Stevens

Articles

An Arab Woman Poet as a Crossover Artist? Reconsidering the Ambivalent Legacy of Al-Khansaʾ, 15-36 [abstract]
Michelle Hartman

Anne Finch, Restoration Playwright, 37-56 [abstract]
Diana Solomon

A Creole Contagion: Narratives of Slavery and Tainted Wealth in Millenium Hall, 57-70 [abstract],
Nicolle Jordan

Writing the Eighteenth-Century Household: Leapor, Austen, and the Old Feudal Spirits, 71-91 [abstract],
Elizabeth Veisz

Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s Dog Days, 93-115 [abstract]
Kevin A. Morrison

“This posthumous life of mine”: Tragic Overliving in the Plays of Marina Carr, 117-139 [abstract]
Kelly A. Marsh

Casting the Bones of Willa Mae Beede: Passing and Performativity in Suzan-Lori Parks’s Getting Mother’s Body, 141-157 [abstract]
Laura Wright

Reviews

Women, Writing, and Language in Early Modern Ireland, by Marie-Louise Coolahan, 159-161
Katharine Gillespie

Of Love and War: The Political Voice in the Early Plays of Aphra Behn, by Judy A. Hayden, 161-164
Cynthia Richards

The Ravishing Restoration: Aphra Behn, Violence, and Comedy, by Ann Marie Stewart, 164-167
Jennifer Frangos

Women’s Work: Labour, Gender, Authorship, 1750-1830, by Jennie Batchelor, 168-170
Laura Stenberg

The Fiction of Enlightenment: Women of Reason in the French Eighteenth Century, by Heidi Bostic, 170-172
Nadine Bérenguier

Uneasy Possessions: The Mother-Daughter Dilemma in French Women’s Writings, 1671-1928, by Katharine Ann Jensen, 172-174
Juliette M. Rogers

Canadian Women in Print, 1750-1918, by Carole Gerson, 175-176
Roxanne Rimstead

Mary Chestnut’s Civil War Epic, by Julia A. Stern, 177-178
Catherine Clinton

Antebellum American Women Writers and the Road: American Mobilities, by Susan L. Roberson, 178-180
Mary Bortnyk Rigsby

Hellenism and Loss in the Work of Virginia Woolf, by Theodore Koulouris, 180-182
Beth C. Rosenberg

The White Negress: Literature, Minstrelsy, and the Black-Jewish Imaginary, by Lori Harrison-Kahan, 183-184
Stephanie Li

Pink Pirates: Contemporary American Women Writers and Copyright, by Caren Irr, 184-186
Heidi Slettedahl Macpherson

Playing Smart: New York Women Writers and Modern Magazine Culture, by Catherine Keyser, 186-188
Rhonda Pettit

Neodomestic American Fiction, by Kristin J. Jacobson, 188-190
Mary Titus

Techniques for Living: Fiction and Theory in the Work of Christine Brooke-Rose, by Karen R. Lawrence, 190-193
Patrick Moran

Spring 2010, Vol. 29, No. 1

From the Editor, 7-14 [full preface]
Laura M. Stevens

Articles

Anita Brookner in the World

Introduction: Anita Brookner in the World, 15-18
Phyllis Lassner, Ann V. Norton, and Margaret D. Stetz

Anita Brookner Reads Edith Wharton and Henry James: The Problem of Moral Imagination, 19-33 [abstract]
Ann V. Norton

Anita Brookner’s Visual World, 35-46 [abstract],
Margaret D. Stetz

Exiles from Jewish Memory: Anita Brookner’s Anglo-Jewish Aesthetic, 47-61 [abstract],
Phyllis Lassner

“Opening the Door”: The Hogarth Press as Virginia Woolf’s Outsiders’ Society, 63-81 [abstract]
Ursula McTaggart

Constitutive Trauma in Edna O’Brien’s The Country Girls Trilogy: The Romance of Reenactment, 83-105 [abstract]
Elizabeth Weston

A Woman Playwright’s Revision of a Legendary Epic: Zeynep Avcı’s Gilgamesh, 107-123 [abstract]
Pürnur Uçar-Özbirinci

Innovations

Local, National, Transnational: Situating Women Across Archives, 125-129
Tamara Harvey

Archives

Old Pages and New Readings in Virginia Woolf’s Orlando, 131-136
Amy E. Elkins

Review Essays

Narrative or Network? Eighteenth-Century Feminist Literary History at the Crossroads, 137-158 [full essay]
Paula McDowell

Michael Field in Their Time and Ours, 159-179 [full essay]
Joseph Bristow

Reviews

Writing Gender in Women’s Letter Collections of the Italian Renaissance, by Meredith K. Ray, 181-183
Cosetta Seno Reed

Figuring Modesty in Feminist Discourse Across the Americas, 1633-1700, by Tamara Harvey, 183-186
Hilda L. Smith

The Art of Political Fiction in Hamilton, Edgeworth, and Owenson, by Susan B. Egenolf, 186-188
Ada Sharpe

Becoming a Woman of Letters: Myths of Authorship and Facts of the Victorian Market, by Linda H. Peterson, 188-190
Laurie Langbauer

Frontiers of Femininity: A New Historical Geography of the Nineteenth-Century American West, by Karen M. Morin, 190-193
Cathryn Halverson

The Color of Democracy in Women’s Regional Writing, by Jean C. Griffith, 193-194
Marjorie Pryse

The Shapes of Silence: Writing by Women of Colour and the Politics of Testimony, by Proma Tagore; Subversive Silences: Nonverbal Expression and Implicit Narrative Strategies in the Works of Latin American Women Writers, by Helene Carol Weldt-Basson, 194-199
Marta Caminero-Santangelo

Improper Modernism: Djuna Barnes’s Bewildering Corpus, by Daniela Caselli, 199-201
Susan Edmunds

Female Embodiment and Subjectivity in the Modernist Novel: The Corporeum of Virginia Woolf and Olive Moore, by Renée Dickinson, 201-202
April Pelt

Imagining Virginia Woolf: An Experiment in Critical Biography, by Maria DiBattista, 203-205
Rosemary Joyce,

I Made You to Find Me: The Coming of Age of the Woman Poet and the Politics of Poetic Address, by Jane Hedley, 205-207
Estella Lauter

Everybody’s Family Romance: Reading Incest in Neoliberal America, by Gillian Harkins, 207-210
Trysh Travis

Rainforest Narratives: The Work of Janette Turner Hospital, by David Callahan, 210-212
Bronwen Levy

100 Years of Anne with an “e”: The Centennial Study of “Anne of Green Gables,” edited by Holly Blackford, 212-214
Kathleen A. Miller

Fall 2010, Vol. 29, No. 2

From the Editor, 255-262 [full preface]
Laura M. Stevens

Articles

At the Margins of Menippean Dialogue: Sarah Fielding’s “History of Anna Boleyn” and the Muted Female Figures of Lucian’s Satiric Underworld, 263-289 [abstract]
Elizabeth Goodhue

The Difference She Makes: Staging Gender Identity in Graffigny’s Phaza, 291-309 [abstract]
Heidi Bostic

“There is no sin in our love”: Homoerotic Desire in the Stories of Two Muslim Women Writers, 311-329 [abstract]
Indrani Mitra

Speaking (in) the Silences: Gender and Anti-Narrative in Carole Maso’s Defiance, 331-349 [abstract]
Robin Silbergleid

Uneasy Lie the Bones: Alice Sebold’s Postfeminist Gothic, 351-373 [abstract]
Sarah Whitney

“Painting While Rome Burns”: Ethics and Aesthetics in Pat Barker’s Life Class and Zadie Smith’s On Beauty, 375-393 [abstract]
Fiona Tolan

“Female Poet” as Revolutionary Grotesque: Feminist Transgression in the Poetry of Ch’oe Sŭng-ja, Kim Hyesoon, and Yi Yŏn-ju, 395-415 [abstract]
Ruth Williams

Archives

A Deleted Manuscript, an Early Story, and a New Approach to the Fiction of Lee Smith, 417-424
Martha Billips

Innovations

Feminism in the Age of Digital Archives: The Woman Writers Project, 425-435
Jacqueline Wernimont and Julia Flanders

Translating The Second Sex, 437-445
Constance Borde and Sheila Malovany-Chevallier

Review Essay

Did a Woman Write “The Great American Novel”? Judging Women’s Fiction in the Nineteenth Century and Today, 447-457 [full essay]
Melissa J. Homestead

Reviews

Gilbert and Gubar’s “The Madwoman in the Attic” After Thirty Years, edited by Annette R. Federico, 459-462
Margaret Homans

Bluebeard Gothic: “Jane Eyre” and Its Progeny, by Heta Pyrhönen, 462-464
Sue Thomas

Revolutionary Subjects in the English “Jacobin” Novel, 1790-1805, by Miriam L. Wallace, 464-466
Shawn Lisa Maurer

Fictions of Dissent: Reclaiming Authority in Transatlantic Women’s Writing of the Late Nineteenth Century, by Sigrid Anderson Cordell, 466-468
Cheryl A. Wilson

Thinking Through the Mothers: Reimagining Women’s Biographies, by Janet Beizer, 468-470
Nicole S. Dobianer

Looking Back: Canadian Women’s Prairie Memoirs and Intersections of Culture, History, and Identity, by S. Leigh Matthews, 470-472
Lorraine York

Women Reviewing Women in Nineteenth-Century Britain: The Critical Reception of Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë and George Eliot, by Joanne Wilkes, 472-474
Kara M. Ryan

The Selected Letters of Charlotte Perkins Gilman, edited by Denise D. Knight and Jennifer S. Tuttle, 474-477
Frederick Wegener

Style, Gender, and Fantasy in Nineteenth-Century American Women’s Writing, by Dorri Beam, 477-478
Sari Edelstein

Edith Wharton and the Making of Fashion, by Katherine Joslin; Virginia Woolf, Fashion and Literary Modernity, by R. S. Koppen, 479-482
Margaret D. Stetz

Virginia Woolf and the Russian Point of View, by Roberta Rubenstein, 482-484
Jane Costlow

Fascism and Anti-Fascism in Twentieth-Century British Fiction, by Judy Suh, 484-487
Kathryn Simpson

Post-War British Women Novelists and the Canon, by Nick Turner, 487-490
Jim Byatt

Food and Femininity in Twentieth-Century British Women’s Fiction, by Andrea Adolph, 490-492
Caroline J. Smith

The Creative Crone: Aging and the Poetry of May Sarton and Adrienne Rich, by Sylvia Henneberg, 492-494
Susan Rudy

Eroticism, Spirituality, and Resistance in Black Women’s Writing, by Donna Aza Weir-Soley, 494-495
Lisa Hinrichsen

Traumatic Possessions: The Body and Memory in African American Women’s Writing and Performance, by Jennifer L. Griffiths, 496-498
J. Brooks Bouson

Dark Eyes on America: The Novels of Joyce Carol Oates, by Gavin Cologne-Brookes, 498-500
Darryl Hattenhauer

Transnational Latina Narratives in the Twenty-First Century: The Politics of Gender, Race, and Migrations, by Juanita Heredia, 500-502
Norma Klahn

Rumer Godden: International and Intermodern Storyteller, edited by Lucy Le-Guilcher and Phyllis B. Lassner, 502-504
Mary Anne Schofield

Mary Wollstonecraft Sojourner Truth Margaret Atwood Abigail Adams Amy Tan H.D. Simone de Beauvoir Zora Neale Hurston Frances Burney Virginia Woolf

"The white saxifrage with the indented leafe is moste commended for the breakinge of the Stone."

— Turner, Herbal, III, 68 [1568]