Fall 2013/Spring 2014, Vol. 32, No. 2/Vol. 33, No. 1

Theorizing Breast Cancer: Narrative, Politics, Memory

From the Editors, 7-23 [full preface]
Mary K. DeShazer and Anita Helle

Articles

Virtual Cancer: BRCA and Posthuman Narratives of Deleterious Mutation, 25-45 [abstract]
Diane Price Herndl

Emplotted Bodies: Breast Cancer, Feminism, and the Future, 47-70 [abstract]
Emily Waples

Valid/Invalid: Women’s Cancer Narratives and the Phenomenology of Bodily Alteration, 71-87 [abstract]
Jane E. Schultz

“This is how we live”: Witnessing and Testimony in BRCA Memoirs, 89-105 [abstract]
Amy Boesky

“Less Than Perfect”: Negotiating Breast Cancer in Popular Romance Novels, 107-128 [abstract]
Melissa F. Zeiger

“Is Anybody Paying Attention?”: Breast Cancer on Stage in the Twenty-first Century, 129-146 [abstract]
Marta Fernández-Morales

Cancer Comics: Narrating Cancer through Sequential Art, 147-162 [abstract]
Martha Stoddard Holmes

Onco-Filmographics: The Politics and Affects of the Canadian Breast Cancer Documentary, 163-187 [abstract]
Eva C. Karpinski

Willful Vulnerability: Generous Offerings in Cancer in Two Voices and The Century Project, 189-217 [abstract] 
Michelle Peek

Living Breast Cancer: The Art of Hollis Sigler, 219-239 [abstract]
Laura E. Tanner

Reviews

Mammographies: The Cultural Discourses of Breast Cancer Narratives, by Mary K. DeShazer, 241-243
Shelly A. Gregory

Elizabeth Singer Rowe and the Development of the English Novel, by Paula R. Backscheider, 243-246
John Richetti

Anna Seward and the End of the Eighteenth Century, by Claudia Thomas Kairoff, 246-248
Jacqueline M. Labbe

In Contempt: Nineteenth-Century Women, Law, and Literature, by Kristin Kalsem, 248-250
Ayelet Ben-Yishai

Modernism, Feminism, and the Culture of Boredom, by Allison Pease, 251-253
Bonnie Kime Scott

Mother and Myth in Spanish Novels: Rewriting the Maternal Archetype, by Sandra J. Schumm, 253-255
Teresa S. Soufas

Hatred and Forgiveness, by Julia Kristeva, translated from French by Jeanine Herman, 255-257
Nicole Pohl

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

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]