Faculty Publications

Betts, Anna. "Solitary Fawn." Wild Horses: The Women on Fire Series. ELJ Publications, 2015.

Budd, Benita, Maggie de la Teja, Butch Grove, and Rick Smyre. "Creating A Future Forward College: What if…Collaborations in Transformational Learning." The Futurist, 48.4 (2014): n.pag. The Futurist. Web. 12 Jan. 2015. Print.

Dees, Lori. "Reflective Practice and North Carolina's Developmental Reading and English Redesign Efforts." NADE Digest 9.1 (Winter 2016): 8-12. Print.

Fleggas, Elena. "The Evolution of Apple’s Siri: From Female to Multiple Gendered Voices." Palaver. Fall 2013: 35-9. Web. 

Harr, James. “John, the 15th Century Actor.” Medieval History 1.2 (2003): 62-63. Print. 

Keeley, Beth. “Peer Editing in College Composition: A Teacher’s Analysis of Successful Practices.” Writing and Pedagogy 6.2 (2014): 379-97. Print.

Maginnes, AlMusic from Small Towns. Durham, NC: Jacar Press, 2014. Print.

_____. Ghost Alphabet. Buffalo, NC: White Pine Press, 2008. Print.

_____. Film History. Cincinnati, Word Tech, 2005. Print. 

Maness, Deborah. "Violet Kupersmith's The Frangipani Hotel: Stories." Rev. of The Frangipani Hotel: Stories. Glint Journal. 8 Oct 2014. Web.

_____ and Denise Barton. "Teaching Presence in Online Courses: Organization and Design Are Key." Innovation Showcase 12.11 (Nov. 2017). League for Innovation in the Community College. Web.

Marohl, Joe. "Mr. Lee's Men." Wild Boys: Gay Erotic Fiction. Ed. Richard Labonte. Berkeley: Cleis, 2012. 208-218. Print.

_____. "The Lair of Carlo de la Paz." Muscle Men: Rock Hard Gay Erotica. Ed. Richard Labonte: Cleis, 2010. 1-9. Print.

_____. "De-realized Women: Performance and Identity in Top Girls." Modern Drama 30 (Sept. 1987), 376-388. Rpt. in Contemporary British Drama1970-90: Essays from Modern Drama. Ed. Hersh Zeifman and Cynthia Zimmerman. New York: Macmillan, 1993. 307-322. Print.

Neagle, Win. Full Count. Durham: Paper Journey Press, 2005.

_____. Smoke and Gravity. Durham: Paper Journey Press, 2001.

Neilson, Jim. “The Geek vs. the Goat: Popcultural Politics in Junot Diaz’s The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao.” A Contra Corriente. Spring 2014. Web.

_____. Warring Fictions: American Literary Culture and the Vietnam War Narrative. Jackson, MS: UP of Mississippi, 1998. Print.

_____ and Gregory Meyerson. “Hookwormridden Heirs or Good Stock? Confronting Social Crisis in Light in August.” Mississippi Quarterly 61.3 (Summer 2008): 435-59. Print. 

_____ and Gregory Meyerson. "Pulp Fiction: The Aesthetics of Anti-Radicalism in William Faulkner's Light in AugustScience & Society 72.1 (2008): 11-42. Rpt. in The Science and Society Reader. Ed. David Laibman. New York: Guilford Press, 2011. Print.

Stidham, Neal. "Down In Front!: Interpretation, Performance, 'Shadowramma,' and the Hermeneutics of Mystery Science Theater 3000." Reading Mystery Science Theater 3000: Critical Approaches. Ed. Shelley Rees. Washington, D.C.: Scarecrow Press, 2013. 45-62. Print.

Wedehase, Erin. "As Others See Us: Dismantling Stereotypes of Appalachian Class Systems in Sarah Barnwell Elliott's The Durket SperretMississippi Quarterly 67.4 (Fall 2014) 559-80. Print. 

_____. "The Ethics of Reading the Short Story: Literary Humanitarianism in 'The Gold Vanity Set.'" College Literature 37.3 (Summer 2010): 62-83. Print.

_____, "Moving Away from the Reactionary: Regional Mobility in Zora Neal Hurston's Works." Critical Insights: Zora Neale Hurston. Ed. Sharon Jones. Ipswich, MA: Salem Press, 2013. 20-44. Print.

Williams, PatrickDead Meat. Permuted Press, 2012. Print.

_____. “In the Presence of My Father.” Atlantis 44 (2004): 12-13. Print.

_____. “Transubstantiation.” Atlantis 47 (2006): 12. Print.