Research and Publications

"Xvangelical: The Rhetorical Work of Personal Narratives in Contemporary Religious Discourse," in Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Summer 2019

“Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door: Sexual Renunciation, Apocalyptic Anticipation, and Liminality in Ælfric’s Lives of the Virgin Spouses.”

“‘We Wol Sleen this False Traytor Deeth’: The Search for Immortality in Chaucer’s Pardoner’s Tale and J.K. Rowling’s The Deathly Hallows.”

“`What We Need is a Hero’: Beowulf in a Post-9/11 World.” .

“’We know only names, so far’”: Samuel Richardson, Shirley Jackson, and Exploration of the Precarious Self"

"‘Our brains struck fire each from each’: Disidentification, Difference, and Desire in the Collaborative Aesthetics of Michael Field"

"'That We May Stand Up and Walk Ourselves': Indian Sovereignty and Diplomacy after the Revolutionary War"

"'Of Great Gabasidy': Joseph Conrad's Lord Jim and F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby"

“Decoding the Sheela-na-gig.”

“Supporting a Vertical Writing Model: Faculty Conversations Across the Curriculum.”

The WAC Glossary Project: Facilitating Conversations Between Composition and WID Faculty in a Unified Writing Curriculum

“The Politics of Suicide in John Fletcher’s Tragedie of Bonduca.”

“Feminist Composition Pedagogies and the Hypermediated Fractures in the Contact Zone.”

Introductory Essay and Ed., Across the Disciplines 11.3 (2014)

“[E]ppalachia: Rural Ethos, Online Discourse, and Cyber-Frontiers.”

“Contrapuntos órficos: mitografía brasileña y el mito de Orfeo.”

“Cuzco, Urbs et Orbis: Authorial Classicalization in Garcilaso’s Comentarios Reales.”

"On Honor and Consequences: The Duel in The Small House at Allington."

"you give a damn about so many things I don't': Hemingway's Gendered Sentimentalism in "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" and "The Short, Happy Life of Francis Macomber."

"Copyright for Academics in the Digital Age."

Colin Ramsey and Martha McCaughey

“Cross-Dressing, Queerness, and the Early Modern Stage.”

“Eros and Anteros: Queer Mutuality in Milton’s Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce.”

“Queer Renaissance Dramaturgy, Shakespeare’s Shrew, and the Deconstruction of Marriage.”

"'My throbbing heart shall rock you day and night': Venus, Elizabeth, and the Early Modern Construction of Motherhood"