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Dr. David Colón, “Making It Nuevo: Latina/o Modernist Poetics Remake High Euro-American Modernism”

Professor David Colón’s essay, “Making It Nuevo: Latina/o Modernist Poetics Remake High Euro-American Modernism” (pp.353-370), was published in the first edition of The Cambridge History of Latina/o American Literature. This chapter argues how the contributions that William Carlos Williams, Salomón de la Selva, and Julia de Burgos made to poetic innovation. While aesthetically diverse, all expressed… Read more »

TCU English professor, Dr. Chantel Langlinais Carlson, returns to her roots with collaborative poetry project

Karen Gros 2015

Dr. Chantel Langlinais Carlson was recently published in Writing Texas for her collaborative poetry and photography project. This project comes out of Dr. Carlson’s childhood memories visiting family in New Orleans and was done in collaboration with her cousin, Karen Dantin Gros, who is a professional photographer in New Orleans. Alongside creative work and photographs,… Read more »

Dr. Layne Craig, “Chastity on the Western Front: Sexual Politics in Wharton’s Son at the Front and Rinehart’s Dangerous Days”

Dr. Layne Craig’s publication about World War I-era romantic fiction, “Chastity on the Western Front: Sexual Politics in Wharton’s Son at the Front and Rinehart’s Dangerous Days” was published in the December 2017 issue of Modern Fiction Studies. This publication analyzes the intersections between Edith Wharton and popular romance novelist Mary Roberts Rinehart, and the… Read more »