Articles, Fall 2017, Vol. 36, No. 2

The Backfisch and Stories of Female Adolescence, 295-321 [abstract]
Julie Pfeiffer

Black Girls, White Girls, American Girls: Slavery and Racialized Perspectives in Abolitionist and Neoabolitionist Children’s Literature, 323-352 [abstract]
Brigitte Fielder

Kisses, Bitches: Pretty Little Liars Frames Postfeminism’s Adolescent Girl, 353-377 [abstract]
Sarah Whitney

Material Feminism, Adolescent “Becoming,” and Libba Bray’s Beauty Queens, 379-400 [abstract]
Roberta Seelinger Trites

“We are none of us just one thing”: The Posthumanism of Rachel Hartman’s Half-Dragon Saints, 401-422 [abstract]
Carissa Turner Smith

“None of this ‘trapped-in-a-man’s-body’ bullshit”: Transgender Girls and Wrong-Body Discourse in Young Adult Fiction, 423-448 [abstract]
Jennifer Putzi

Articles, Spring 2017, Vol. 36, No. 1

“These Gentlemens ill Treatment of our Mother Tongue”: Female Grammarians and the Power of the Vernacular, 17-43 [abstract]
Taylor Walle

“Too recent to be innocuous”: An Interwar View of Women’s Suffrage in Edith Ayrton Zangwill’s The Call, 45-73 [abstract]
Stephanie J. Brown

Writing and Traveling in Colonial Algeria after Isabelle Eberhardt: Henriette Celarié’s French (Cross) Dressing, 75-98 [abstract]
Laura Loth

Modernism, Egyptian Nationalism, and “other disorders of a revolutionary character”: H. D., Bryher, and Tutankhamun, 99-127 [abstract]
Celena E. Kusch

Repetition and Embodiment: Performative Reading in Kathy Acker’s The Childlike Life of the Black Tarantula by the Black Tarantula, 129-150 [abstract]
Courtney Foster

Native American Literature and L’Écriture Féminine: The Case of Louise Erdrich, 151-173 [abstract]
Sarah Parker and Wilson Kaiser

Toward a New Poetics of Witness: Juliana Spahr’s This Connection of Everyone with Lungs, 175-200 [abstract]
Moberley Luger

Articles, Fall 2016, Vol. 35 No. 2

Victorian Sélams and Talking Bouquets: Phallic Invasion of the Feminine/Floral Order, 343-363 [abstract]
Molly Engelhardt

Domesticating Palestine: Elizabeth Champney’s Three Vassar Girls in the Holy Land, 365-394 [abstract]
Molly K. Robey

The Pregnant Body and Utopian Social Organization in Meridel Le Sueur’s The Girl, 395-411 [abstract]
Vanessa Osborne

“Só para mulheres” (Just for women): Alfonsina Storni’s and Clarice Lispector’s Transgression of the Women’s Page, 413-437 [abstract]
Mariela E. Méndez

“Shut your rhetorics in a box”: Gwendolyn Brooks and Lyric Dilemma, 439-462 [abstract]
Julia Bloch

Mourning and Melancholy: Literary Criticism by African American Women, 463-489 [abstract]
Elise Miller

The Ethical Laboratory of Beauty in Zadie Smith’s On Beauty, 491-512 [abstract]
Anna Głąb

Articles, Spring 2016, Vol. 35, No. 1

Unsold Peony: The Life and Poetry of Daoist Priestess-Poet Yu Xuanji of Tang China, 25-57 [abstract]
Jinhua Jia

Mary Wollstonecraft, “Ithuriel,” and the Rise of the Feminist Author-Ghost, 59-91 [abstract]
Devoney Looser

Maria Edgeworth on Citizenship: Rousseau, Darwin, and Feminist Pessimism in Practical Education, 93-122 [abstract]
Anne Chandler

Paper Bodies: Letter and Letter Writing in the Early American Novel, 123-144 [abstract]
Kacy Tillman

“A tangled web of mindfuck”: Andrea Dworkin and the Truth of Pornography, 145-171 [abstract]
Magnus Ullén

“I got self, pencil, and notebook”: Literacy and Maternal Desire in Sapphire’s PUSH, 173-199 [abstract]
Marlo D. David

Viewing Feminist Autobiography through a Spatial Lens: A Comparative Approach to Seyran Ateş’s Große Reise ins Feuer, 201-227 [abstract]
Johanna Schuster-Craig

Articles, Fall 2015, Vol. 34, No. 2

“Uncommon Sentiments”: Religious Freedom and the Marriage Plot in Charlotte Lennox’s Henrietta, 231-248 [abstract]
Alison Conway

“Shallow” Estates and the “Deep” Wild: The Landscapes of Charlotte Smith’s Fiction, 249-272 [abstract]
Lisa Ottum

Reading the Afterlife of Isabella di Morra’s Poetry, 273-304 [abstract]
Gabriella Scarlatta Eschrich

for Karnak 1923 / from London 1942″: Approaching War in H. D.’s The Walls Do Not Fall, 305-331 [abstract]
Nadine Attewell

Articulating the (Dis)Enchantment of Colonial Modernity: Mei Niang’s Representation of the Predicament of Chinese New Women, 333-353 [abstract]
Xiaoping Wang

“Phyllis McGinley needs no puff”: Gender and Value in Mid-Century American Poetry, 355-378 [abstract]
Jo Gill

Bulgarian Women Write the New European Subject: Emilia Dvorianova’s Zemnite Gradini na Bogorditsa as a Response to Julia Kristeva’s Crisis of the European Subject, 379-401 [abstract]
Margarita Marinova

Articles, Spring 2015, Vol. 34, No. 1

Mary Leapor’s Verse and Genre, 19-32 [abstract]
Bill Overton

Lyric Modes: The Soliloquy Poems of Mary Leapor and Ann Yearsley, 33-50 [abstract]
William J. Christmas

Visiting the Country House: Generic Innovation in Mary Leapor’s “Crumble-Hall”, 51-64 [abstract]
Sharon Young

Monarchy, Meritocracy, and Tragic Realism in the Work of Mary Leapor, 65-87 [abstract]
Anne Chandler

The Poetics of Radical Abolitionism: Ann Yearsley’s Poem on the Inhumanity of the Slave Trade, 89-105 [abstract]
Brycchan Carey

Ann Yearsley and the London Newspapers in 1787, 107-124 [abstract]
Kerri Andrews

The Place of the Poet in Place: Reading Local Culture in the Work of Mary Leapor, 125-139 [abstract]
Anne Milne

“Flying atoms in the sightless air”: Issues of Coherence and Scale in Leapor and Yearsley, 141-162 [abstract]
David Fairer

Articles, Fall 2014, Vol. 33, No. 2

Shrew(d) Maternities, Elizabeth Cary’s Life, and Filial Equivocations, 23-50 [abstract]
Elizabeth Ann Mackay

Archipelagic Coterie Space: Katherine Philips and Welsh Women’s Writing, 51-76 [abstract]
Sarah Prescott

“Kitchen Queens” and “Tributary Housekeepers”: Irish Servant Stories in Nineteenth-Century Women’s Magazine Fiction, 77-101 [abstract]
Christine Palumbo-DeSimone

The Anxious Lives of Clever Girls: The University Novels of Margaret Drabble, A. S. Byatt, and Hilary Mantel, 103-121 [abstract]
Mary Eagleton

Robin Morgan, Jane Alpert, and Feminist Satire, 123-150 [abstract]
Elizabeth Hedrick

“what I know I cannot know, I must not forget”: Intimations of Alterity in Anna Rabinowitz’s Darkling, 151-178 [abstract]
Claudia Ingram

Zadie Smith On Beauty, Youth, and Aging, 179-202 [abstract]
Colleen Fenno

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

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

Articles, Spring 2013, Vol. 32, No. 1

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

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

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

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]