Loyola University Maryland

Modern Languages & Literatures

Research in the Department

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Professor Ursula Beitter
Volume Edited:
Reflections on Europe in Transition. New York: Peter Lang 2007.

Professor Diane Chaffee-Sorace
Book:

Gongora's Shorter Poems in Translation. Tempe, AZ: The Arizona Medieval and Renaissance Texts Series, 2010.

Articles:
"Góngora's Metaphoric Construction in Two Sonnets about Women." Archiv für das Studium der Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen 248.2 (2011): 350-58.

“Art and Heraldry in Góngora’s ‘Esperando están la rosa’: A Garden of Symbolism." Cincinnati Romance Review 32 (Fall 2011): 86-101.

Professor Randall Donaldson
Articles:
“Genealogy versus History: Generating Synergy,” Yearbook of German- American Studies 45 (2010), 177–192. 

“The First American Doctorate in German,” The Report: A Journal of German-American History, 45 (September 2004), 41–43.

Volume Edited:
The Report: A Journal of German-American History, 46, (2011), x, 141 pp.

With Margaret Austin Haggstrom. Changing Language Education Through CALL. Abingdon [England]: Routledge, 2006.

Book Reviews:
Review of Werner Mohr, Albert Bloch: Caricaturist, Social Critic, and  Translator of Karl Kraus (Riverside, CA: Ariadne Press, 2003). Yearbook for German-American Studies 40: 198–99.

Review of Charles R. Mack and Henry H. Lesesne, eds., Francis Lieber and the  Culture of the Mind (Columbia, SC: The University of South Carolina Press, 2005). Yearbook for  German-American Studies 40: 178–79.

Professor Ramon Espejo-Saavedra
Book:
El reto de la novela histórica: narrativa y poder en Galdós, Valle-Inclán y Max Aub.  Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2002..

Articles:
“Aprender andand lector y contexto literario en Madrid a la luna de Mesonero Romanos.” Crítica Hispánica XXXI.1 (2009): 23-43.

“Lenguaje y revolución en Mr. Witt en el Cantón,” Letras peninsulares 17.2/17.3: 2005 (Winter), 449-60.

Professor Ana Gomez-Perez
Book:
Las trampas de la memoria: pensamiento apocalíptico en la literatura española moderna, Galdós, Baroja, Chacel, y Torrente Ballester. Newark, DE: Juan de la Cuesta, 2005.

Articles:
"Rosa Chacel y la (auto)biografía: Reflexiones en torno a Timoteo Pérez Rubio y sus retratos del jardín”. Letras Peninsulares 20.2-3 (2007-2008): 401-423.

"Baroja y el anarquismo política y estética de oposición." Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos 30.2 (Winter 2006): 311-30.

Professor Margaret Haggstrom
Volume Edited:
With Randall P. Donaldson. Changing Language Education Through CALL. Abingdon [England]: Routledge, 2006.

Book Review:
Review of Kimberlee Campbell, Échos: Cultural Discussions for Students of French (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2004).  Modern Language Journal 90: 439-44.

Professor Matthew Harper
Articles:
“Adaptation by Degree: A Study of Vittorio De Sica’s Bicycle Thieves” in Jerzlev, Anne and
Lùcia Nagib, eds. Impure Cinema: Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Approaches to
World Cinema
. (forthcoming)

“A Bicycle, a Boy, and a Saint: The Religion of Ladri di biciclette” Incontri culturali da
oltreoceano
. ed. Antonio Vitti. Mauro: Rome, 2008. 91-102.

“Miraculous Methodology: The Adaptive Process of Cesare Zavattini in Miracolo a Milano”
Contemporanea: Rivista di studi sulla letteratura e sulla communicazione
. 4 (2006): 109-
16.

Professor Margarita Jacome
Article:
Reconfiguración del sicario en Felicidad Quizás de Mario Salazar Montero y Los restos del vellocino de oro de Alfredo Vanín.” Perífrasis 4.5 (enero-junio 2012): 98-111.

Book:
La novela sicaresca. Testimonio, sensacionalismo y ficción.   Medellín: Fondo Editorial Universidad EAFIT, 2009.

Professor Tasha Lewis
Articles:
The effect of context on the L2 thinking for speaking development of path gestures. L2 Journal, 4(2), 247-268. (2012)

Professor Leslie Zarker Morgan
Volumes Edited:

MLA Approaches to Teaching the Song of Roland. NY: MLA, 2006. Co-edited with William W. Kibler.

Epic Studies: Acts of the Seventeenth International Congress of the Société Rencesvals for the Study of Romance Epic (July 2006). Co-editor with Anne Berthelot (U. of Ct., Storrs), et. al. Special issue of Olifant 25 (2006), 1-2. (Published 2008, http://rencesvals.metapress.com/; printed version, 2009).

Book:
La Geste Francor: Chansons de geste of Ms. Marc. Fr. XIII (=256). Edition with glossary, introduction and notes. 2 vols. Arizona: Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 2009.

Articles:
"Literary Afterlives in Huon d'Auvergne: ‘The Art of [Dantean] Citation.’” In “Accessus ad auctores”: Studies in Honor of Christopher Kleinhenz, Ed. Fabian Alfie and Andrea Dini. Tempe, AZ: Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 2012. pp. 61-74.

“Orable, Guibourc, Tiborga: Metamorphoses de Guibourc II.” In In limine Romaniae : chanson de geste et épopée éuropéenne. Actes du 18e Congrès International de la Société Rencesvals, Genève CH ( 20-24 juillet 2009). Ed. Carlos Alvar and Constance Carta. Berne, CH: Lang, 2012. pp. 355-74.

“Louise Labé and Italian in Sixteenth-Century Lyon.” In Teaching French Women Writers of the Renaissance and Reformation. Ed. Colette Winn. NY: MLA, 2011. pp. 181-90

“Le merveilleux destin de Guiborc d’Orange”.  In Epic Studies: Acts of the Société Rencesvals 17th International Triennial Congress, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Ct. (July 2006), special issue of Olifant 21.1-2 (2006; published 2009): 321-37.

"Crusade as Metaphor: Variations on an Epic Theme in Huon d'Auvergne." Proceedings of the Colloquium of the Société Rencesvals British Branch held at Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge, 27-28 March 2004. Eds. Philip E. Bennett, Anne Elizabeth Cobby and Jane E. Everson. Edinburgh: Société Rencesvals British Branch, 2006. 65-87.

"Can an Epic Woman be Funny? Humor and the Female Protagonist." Humor 19 (2006): 157-78.


Professor Marie Murphy
Book:
Authorizing Fictions José Donoso's "Casa De Campo". London: Tamesis, 1992.

Professor Andrea Thomas
Articles:
“Michel de Ghelderode, the Wooster Group, and postmodernist revisions of La Tentation de saint Antoine.” Orbis Litterarum 67.2 (April 2012) 136-153.

"Maeterlinck’s L’Oiseau bleu, Hollywood and Textual Instability". Neophilologus.  94.3 (2010): 421-437.

Professor Jinghua Wangling
Articles:
“Always Expressed Indirectly? Li Shangyin’s Poetry about Women and Love” 楚雨含情皆有託?——李商隱女性愛情詩新探. Sinology Studies 中國學研究14 (2011.8): 88-95.

“The Speaker and the Protagonist: A New Approach to Li Shangyin’s Poetry” 說話者與主人公:李商隱詩歌解析方法新探. Journal of Capital Normal University (Social Sciences Edition) 首都師範大學學報 (社會科學版), 2011.10 (no. 5): 63-70.

Dissertation:
Singing Lips in Observation: Nineth-Century Chinese Poetry on Female Entertainers. Ph.D.
Dissertation (Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations).  Cambridge: Harvard University, 2009.

Professor Thomas Ward
Volume Edited:
Cáceres, Aurora. La rosa muerta. Buenos Aires: Stockcero, 2007.

Books:
La teoría literaria: romanticismo, krausismo y modernismo ante la globalización industrial. University, Miss: Romance Monographs, 2004.

Buscando la na
ción peruana: Matto de Turner, Cabello de Carbonera, González Prada, Riva Agüero, Ricardo Palma, José Carlos Mariátegui, José María Arguedas. Lima: Editorial Horizonte/Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos/Loyola University Maryland, 2009.

Articles:
“La lectura de Clorinda Matto de Turner al Inca Garcilaso y Blas Valera: Cuando lengua, espacio doméstico, y Estado-nación coinciden.” Revista de Crítica Literaria Latinoamericana. Año XXXVIII, Nº 75 (primer semestre de 2012): 363-380.

“La Inquisición de Lima como una burocracia moderna: Anales de la Inquisición de Ricardo Palma.” Aula Palma, Instituto Ricardo Palma, vol. VII (2008): 2008): 321-347.

“Ficción histórica peruana: Las escritoras comprometidas.” Mujeres que escriben en América Latina. Ed. Sara Beatriz Guardia. Lima: Centro de Estudios La Mujer en la Historia de América Latina, 2007. 435-51.

“From Sarmiento to Martí and Hostos: Extricating the Nation from Coloniality.” European Review of Latin American and Caribbean Studies 83 (October 2007): 83-104.

“Martí y Blaine: entre la colonialidad tenebrosa y la emancipación inalcanzable.” Cuban Studies 38 (January 2008): 100-124.