Here is a sample of the current ... work our graduate students are publishing. Congratulations to the authors!
- Sheri Hellberg and Alex Brostoff published a co-authored conversation about queer non-monogamy and the elasticity of translation in Reading in Translation, which is edited by Comp Lit alumna Stiliana Milkova
- Marlena Gittleman and Alex Brostoff are co-authoring an article, titled "Teaching Power, Learning Empowerment: Feminist Practices for an Inclusive Composition Classroom," which is forthcoming in Teaching Gradually: Practical Pedagogy for Graduate Students, by Graduate Students, an edited volume under contract with Stylus Publishing in collaboration with the Center for Teaching Innovation at Cornell University. The piece grew out of their year team-teaching R&C courses together.
- Donna Honarpisheh published this article in the journal symploke. She also edited and introduced a special issue of the journal qui parle.
- Maya Kronfeld, who is graduating and joining the Princeton Society of Fellows, published her article "The Philosopher's Bass Drum: Adorno's Jazz and the Politics of Rhythm" in Radical Philosophy (open-access).