Publications and Presentations
The following list of papers and performances demonstrates the ongoing impact of Center residencies and funding initiatives. To add to this list, please contact Katharine Henshaw.
Spring 2013 “Public Memory and Political Conscience”
Jennifer Doyle (English):
With Nao Bustamante “Tierra y Libertad” (curators), Vincent Price Art Museum. Spring/Summer 2015
Catherine Gudis (History) and Molly McGarry (History):
“Geographies of Detention: From Guantånamo to the Golden Gulag” (curator) UCR ARTSblock, (June 1-September 7, 2013).
“Geographies of Detention.” Places http://places.designobserver.com/feature/geographies-of-detention/37977/
Molly McGarry (History):
Molly McGarry, “Base, Vile, and Depraved: Blasphemy and Other Moral Genealogies,” Qui Parle: Critical Humanities and Social Sciences, Vol. 22, No. 2, Spring/Summer 2014: 31-56.
Fall 2012 “The Materiality of Print: Books and Editions from the Early Modern Era to Now”
Brandon Lattu (Art):
“Not Human” exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in an exhibition titled “Everyday Epiphanies”:
“Not Human” acquired for the permanent collection: Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York http://www.metmuseum.org/metmedia/video/collections/ph/not-human
Thomas Cogswell (History):
The Murder of King James I, submitted to Yale University Press
Liz Kotz (History of Art):
“Poetry Machines,” in Julia Robinson and Christian Xatrec, eds. +/-1961: Founding the Expanded Arts. Madrid: Museo Nacional Reina Sofia, 2013: 50-67. Spanish and English editions.
Spring 2012: “Belonging and Biopolitics: Examining Sovereignty in Transnational Spaces”
Weihsin Gui (English):
“Creative Destruction and Narrative Renovation: Neoliberalism and the Aesthetic Dimension in the Fiction of Aravind Adiga and Mohsin Hamid.” The Global South 7.2 (2014): 173-190.
“Tactical Objectivism: Recognizing the Object Within the Subjective Logic of Neoliberalism in the Fiction of Tash Aw and Lydia Kwa.” LIT: Literature Interpretation Theory 26.1 (forthcoming, Winter 2015).
Annmaria Shimabuku (Comparative Literature):
“Schmitt and Foucault on the Question of Sovereignty under Military Occupation” Politica Comun, Vol. 5, 2014.
Winter 2012: “Ornament, Race and Aesthetics”
Heidi Brevik-Zender (Comparative Literature):
Fashioning Spaces: Mode and Modernity in Late-Nineteenth-Century Paris (forthcoming, University of Toronto Press, 2014)
Andrea Denny-Brown (English):
“Fashion and Belief.” A Cultural History of Fashion vol. I forthcoming, Berg Publishers
“Criminal Ornament: Aesthetic Misbehavior in the Fifteenth Century” book manuscript in progress
Jeanette Kohl (History of Art):
With Martin Gaier and Alberto Saviello Similitudo. Concepts of Likeness in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.(eds.) Fink Verlag, Munich 2012
With Reiner Schmelzeisen and Dominic Olariu “Face Matters: Facial Surgery from the Inside” in kritische berichte: En Face. Seven Essays on the Human Face. Jeanette Kohl, Dominic Olariu (eds.), 1/2012, Marburg
“Die Federn der Seele. Einkleidung eines Sinnbilds. Kleider machen Bilder. Vormoderne Strategien vestimentärer Bildsprache.” David Ganz, Marius Rimmele (eds.), Edition Imorde: Textile Studies 4, Emsdetten/Berlin 2012, pp. 195-218
“No one in particular. Donatello’s San Rossore.” Inventing Faces. Rhetorics of Portraiture Between Renaissance and Modernism. Mona Koerte, Stefan Weppelman (eds.), for the Gemäldegalerie Staatliche Museen Berlin and the Zentrum für Literatur- und Kulturforschung, Berlin 2013, pp. 15-28
“Mimesis. Notes from the Field.” The Art Bulletin 95/2 (June 2013), pp. 205-207
Margherita Long (Comparative Literature):
“Oe After 3.11: Affect and the Anti-Nuclear Speeches.” In preparation for positions east asia cultures critique. Fall 2014 submission
Winter 2012: “Environmental Legacies of Conflict”
David Biggs (History):
“Small Machines in the Garden: Everyday Technology and Revolution in the Mekong Delta.” Modern Asian Studies Vol. 46: 2012 47-70.
“New Spaces for Stories: Technical and Conceptual Challenges to Using Spatial Imagery in Environmental History.” Environmental History. (web-only) http://environmentalhistory.net/field-notes/2014-biggs
“Frame DS1050-1006DF129: March 20, 1969.” Environmental History. Vol. 19, No. 2 (April 2014): 271-280.
“Footprints of War: Militarized Landscapes in Vietnam.” in progress for University of Washington Press Due in Dec 2014.
Bronwyn Leebaw (Political Science):
“Scorched Earth: Environmental War Crimes, International Justice, and the Laws of War,” Perspectives on Politics forthcoming, December 2014
Fall 2011: “Legacies of the Mediterranean: Translation and Multilingualism in History, Literature, Philosophy, Music, Theater and Popular Culture”
Rogerio Budasz (Music):
“Adaptações de Metastasio nas Casas de Opera Brasileiras.” As Músicas Luso-Brasileiras no Final do Antigo Regime: Repertórios, Práticas e Representações. Rui Vieira Nery and Maria Elizabeth Lucas (eds). Lisbon: Imprensa Nacional–Casa da Moeda. p. 507-521.
“Opera in the Tropics: Theater and Music in Early-Modern Brazil,” book manuscript in progress for Oxford University Press, due May, 2015.
Erith Jaffe-Berg (Theatre):
“Performance as Exchange: Taxation and Jewish Theatre in Early Modern Italy” Theatre Survey, Vol. 54, number 3, September 2013. 389-418.
With Noah Guyn and Seeta Chaganti. Introduction. Cultural Theatre History. Bloomsbury Publishing. Forthcoming, 2015.
“Mediterranean Cartographies in Commedia dell’ Arte” under contract with Ashgate publishing.
Jeffrey Sacks (Comparative Literature):
Iterations of Loss: Mutilation and Aesthetic Form, al-Shidyaq to Darwish (New York, Fordham University Press, 2015 [forthcoming]).
Spring 2011 “Imagining an Autonomous Self in the Age of Medicalization”
Agnieszka Jaworska (Philosophy):
With Julie Tannenbaum, “Person-Rearing Relationships as a Key to Higher Moral Status,” Ethics 124(2) (2014), pp. 242-271.
Coleen Macnamara (Philosophy):
“‘Screw You!’ & ‘Thank You,’” Philosophical Studies (2012)
Juliet McMullin (Anthropology):
With A. Dao. “Watching as an Ordinary Affect: Care and Mother’s preemption of injury in child supervision.” Subjectivity 2014;7: 171-189
“Cancer and the Comics: Graphic Narratives and Biolegitimate Lives” Medical Anthropology Quarterly forthcoming