Dr. Nandita Batra

Co-Editor (with Vartan P. Messier) This Watery World: Humans and the Sea (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010)
Co-Editor (with Vartan P. Messier) Of Mice and Men: Animals in Human Culture (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009)
Co-Editor (with Vartan P. Messier) Narrating the Past: (Re)Constructing Memory,(Re)Negotiating (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007)

Dr. Nickolas A. Haydock

Situational Poetics in Robert Henryson’s The Testiment of Cresseid (Cambria Press, 2011)
Co-Editor (with E. L. Risden) Hollywood in the Holy Land: Essays on Film
Depictions of the Crusades and Christian-Muslim Clashes (McFarland, 2009)
Movie Medievalism: The Imaginary Middle Ages (McFarland, 2008)

Dr. Eric D. Lamore

Co-Editor (with John C. Sheilds) New Essays on Phillis Wheatley (University of Tennessee Press, 2011)
Editor Teaching Olaudah Equiano’s Narrative: Pedagogical Strategies and NewPerspectives (University of Tennessee Press, forthcoming)

Dr. Linda Rodríguez Guglielmoni

Metropolitan Fantasies/Textos Errantes (Concordia University: Crítica Canadiense Literaria Sobre Escritoras Hispanoamericanas/Colección Cotidianas de Estival, 2002)

Book Chapters

Dr. Ricia Anne Chansky

“Flexible Truth and the Blogosphere: The Remediation of Julie Powell’s Digital Life Narrative” – Publication of the VI Congreso Internacional de Investigación (Auto)biográfica (VI CIPA). Ed. Elizeu Clementino de Souza. Paris: Téraèdre, éditeur militant en sciences humaines, 2014.
“Written Images: Using Visual Literacy to Unravel the Novel” Teaching the Novel Across the Curriculum: A Handbook for Educators, Colin C. Irvine, Ed. (Greenwood Press, 2008)

Dr. Mary Leonard

“To Narrate the Past: The Uses of Fiction/The Uses of Nonfiction” Narrating the Past: (Re)Constructing Memory,(Re)Negotiating, Nandita Batra and Vartan P. Messier, Eds. (Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007)

Book Series

Dr. Nickolas A. Haydock

Is the Series Editor for the Cambria Studies in Classicism, Orientalism, and Medievalism Series published by Cambria Press.

This series looks to inspire and produce monographs and collections of essays that will contribute to the study of these particular discourses as well as their interactions within specific contexts.


Dr. Ricia Anne Chansky

Is the co-editor (with Emily Hipchen, U. West GA) of a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, a member of the Routledge Literature Portfolio of journals (

a/b, a double-blind, peer reviewed journal of scholarship dedicated to expanding the discourse on life narrative in all its diverse forms, is currently celebrating its 30th anniversary. The journal enjoys an “A” rating on the European and Australian journal ranking systems and was recently called “inclusive, adaptable, and fresh” in a London Times Literary Supplement review.

Journal Articles

Dr. Kevin Carroll

“Examining Perceptions of Threat: Does an Influx of Spanish Speakers Really Pose a Threat to Aruban Papiamento?” (Romanitas, 2010)
(with P. Castrodad) “Una Mirada a la Educación Puertorriqueña: Una Propuesta de Re-enfoque Incorporando la Pedagogía Crítica en la Educación” (El Sol, 2009)
“Building a Learning Community through Curriculum” (International Journal of Progressive Education, 2008)
“Puerto Rican Language Use on” (El Centro Journal of Puerto Rican Studies, 2008)

Dr. Ricia Anne Chansky

“Between Selves: An Intertextual Approach to Jamaica Kincaid’s Among Flowers” –“Auto/Biography in Transit” special issue of Biography: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly, 37.4 (2015).
“Teaching the ‘Third Space’: Identity Construction in Jamaica Kincaid’s Travelogues, A Small Place and Among Flowers” – “Autobiografia y educación: tradiciones, diálogos, y metodologías” special issue of la Revista Mexicana de Investigación Educativa, 19.63 (2014) 1121-1243.
“The Art of Sociopolitical Autobiography: Reading The Dinner Party as a Multimodal Narrative of the Feminist Movement” – “Framing Lives” special illustrated issue of a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, 29.1 (2014): 51-78.
“Behind the Pictures: An Interview with Joanne Leonard” (Editor) – “Framing Lives” special illustrated issue of a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, 29.1 (2014): 11-26.
“Playing in the Telepathic Garden: ‘The Inner Foreign Country’ of Hélène Cixous’s Philippines” (Gender, Culture, and Geography, 2012)
“The Art of Sociopolitical Autobiography: Reading The Dinner Party as a Multimodal Community Narrative of the Feminist Movement” (a/b:Auto/Biography Studies, 2012)
“Reading Philippe Lejeune: On Diary” (a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, 2012)
“A Stitch in Time: Third-Wave Feminist Reclamation of Needled Imagery” (The Journal of Popular Culture, 2010)
“Time to Shop: Advertising Trade Card Rhetoric and the Construction of a Public Space for Women in the United States, 1880-1900″ (Revista Atenea, 2010)
“Navigating the Maze: Life Narrative in Visual Breast Cancer Journals” (a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, 2009)

Dr. Mary Leonard

“René Fortunato: Demythologizing Trujillo” (Studies in Hispanic Cinemas. Voices from Smaller Cinemas Issue, forthcoming)
Review of Close Reading New Media: Analyzing Electronic Literature by Jan Van Looy and Jan Baetens in 2004 (Resource Center for Cyberculture Studies, 2006)
“’I thought I was my grandmother:’ Djuna Barnes and the Reconfiguration of the Family Romance” (New Antigone, 2005)
Review of Rhetorical Investigations: Studies in Ordinary Language Criticism (Revista Atenea, 2005)
“Beast Turning Human: The Animal and the Female Artist in the Writing of Djuna Barnes” (Bestia: The Yearbook of the Beast Fable Society, 2002-3)
“The Silences of Hilma Contreras: Writing the Trujillato” (“Women and Dictatorship” issue of Women’s Studies, 2000)
“René Fortunato: Demythologizing Trujillo” (La Revista Mexicana del Caribe, 1999)
“Resisting the Romantic: Manuel Zeno Gandía and Carmela Eulate Sanjurjo”(Revista Atenea, 1999)
Review of History, Power and Identity: Ethnogenesis in the Americas 1992-1992 (Passages, A Journal of Transnational and Transcultural Studies, 1999)
“The Quest for Home in Nightwood” (Revista Atenea, 1995)
“The Community of the Border: Sandra Cisneros,” (Revista Atenea, 1993)

Professor Sonja Mongar

“Tomfoolery: A Study of Autobiographical Narrative in Cyberspace” (The Scream, 2003)
“Choosing Truths” (Opus42, 2003)

Dr. Linda Rodríguez Guglielmoni

“Puerto Rican Woman Writer as Scholar & Creator: Beyond lo Real Maravilloso?” (The Caribbean Woman Writer as Scholar: Creating, Imagining, Theorizing, 2009)
“Rosario Ferré’s Maldito Amor: Destroying the Trap of History” (Mango Season: A Journal of Caribbean Women’s Writing: Hispanic Voices, 2008)
“International Affairs and the Sugar Industry: Enslaved Body in Colonial Cuba” (Histories, Languages, and Cultures of West Africa: Interdisciplinary Essays, 2006)
“Cultural/Linguistic (Con)fusion in Puerto Rican Literature” Transgressing Cultural and Ethnic Borders, Boundaries, Limits and Traditions (Vol 3, Proceedings XVth Congress Comparative Literature Association: Transitions Transgressions in Age of Multiculturalism, 2004)

Creative Nonfiction

Professor Sonja Mongar

“Good as it Gets” (Brevity: A Journal of Concise Literary Non-fiction, 2004)

Digital Publications

Dr. Leonardo Flores

 I ♥ E-Poetry

Dr. Gayle Griggs Online Instructional Modules (with Dr. Betsy Morales)

“Evaluation and Distinguishing Primary Source Material“
“Prepositions of Time and Place“
“Pronoun-antecedent Agreement“
“The Six Tenses of Simple and Perfect“

Professor Sonja Mongar

The Cora Paul Project
Esta Vida Boricua
Tomfoolery: Autobiographical Narrative in Cyberspace – a hypertext memoir
“No More Short Women in This Family” (The Philosophical Mother, 2004)

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