Publications

Book:

Sinister Aesthetics: The Appeal of Evil in Early Modern English Literature. Palgrave, 2017. Publisher page. Amazon. Summary.

 

 

 

Articles:

“A Taste for Slaughter: Stephen Gosson, Titus Andronicus, and the Appeal of Evil.” The Routledge Companion to Shakespeare and Philosophy, ed. Craig Bourne and Emily Caddick Bourne, Routledge, 2018, pages 485-498. Publisher page. Amazon.

“Humor and Authority in Ezra Pound’s Cantos.” Humor in Modern American Poetry, ed. Rachel Trousdale. Bloomsbury, 2017, pages 19-38. Publisher page. Amazon.

“‘Seeke out another Godhead’: Religious Epistemology and Representations of Islam in Tamburlaine.” Modern Philology 111.3 (February 2014): 408-436. Towson Research Port users can try this link.

“Haunted Infocosms and Prosthetic Gods: Gibsonian Cyberspace and Renaissance Arts of Memory.” The Journal of Popular Culture 45.4 (August 2012): 862-882. Towson Research Port users can try this link.

“‘Now will I be a Turke’: Performing Ottoman Identity in Thomas Goffe’s The Courageous Turk.” Early Theatre 12.2 (December 2009): 222-235. Full text here. A version of this essay also appears in the collection Early Modern England and Islamic Worlds, ed. Bernadette Andrea and Linda McJannet (NY: Palgrave, 2011): 159-171.

“Honeyed Toads: Sinister Aesthetics in Shakespeare’s Richard III.” Journal for Early Modern Cultural Studies 7.1 (Spring/Summer 2007): 5-32. Available here (via Project Muse). Towson Research Port users can try this link.

“Poetic Justice: Divine Punishment and Augustinian Chiaroscuro in Paradise Lost.” Milton Quarterly 38.2 (May 2004): 100-127. Towson Research Port users can try this link (via EBSCO).

“Igorots and Indians: Racial Hierarchies and Conceptions of the Savage in Carlos Bulosan’s Fiction of the Philippines.” American Literature 72.4 (December 2000): 843-866. Available here (via Project Muse). Towson Research Port users can try this link.