Faculty and staff scholarship from the English Department at Misericordia University.

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Lectures from 2020

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The Health Humanist: Why We Need Conversations about COVID-19 and the Humanities, Amanda Caleb

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The Rhetoric of Pandemics: Health, Politics, and the Public, Amanda Caleb

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The "Red Dawn" Emails and the Public/Private Rhetorical Divide, Patrick Danner

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Lupus in Lockdown: How a Chronic Illness Prepared Me for Isolation in a Pandemic, Rebecca Steinberger

Submissions from 2019

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All New, All Different?: A History of Race and the American Superhero, Allan W. Austin and Patrick L. Hamilton

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Contested Spaces: The Heterotopias of the Victorian Sickroom, Amanda Caleb

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Embracing the Negative Capability of Dementia, Amanda Caleb

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The Rhetorical Biopower of Eugenics: Understanding the Influence British Eugenics on the Nazi Program, Amanda Caleb

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Getting There: Reflections on Community Engagement and Activist Support, Patrick Danner and Chris Scheidler

Elizabeth Madox Roberts: Modernist, Matthew Nickel

Submissions from 2018

Poetic Propaganda: Poems of the Great War and the National Relief Fund, Amanda Caleb

Submissions from 2017

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Keenly Aware of the Ceremonies of Place: Essays on Ellizabeth Madox Roberts, Matthew Nickel

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“I Have Unpacked the Gloves”: Accessories and the Austen Sisters, Sara Tavela

Submissions from 2015

Nick Adams, Jake Barnes, and Colonel Cantwell: Hemingway's Sportsman Sketches, Matthew Nickel