Listed here are the recent publications of the Department's faculty members (including Research Fellows & Emeritus).
Reut Barzilai (2020). “Being European: Hamlet on the Israeli Stage,” Multicultural Shakespeare: Translation, Appropriation and Performance, vol. 21 (36), 27–53. DOI:10.18778/2083-8530.21.03.
Beenstock, Zoe. “Looking at Sympathy in Wordsworth’s Disability Poetry.” Romanticism: The Journal of Culture and Criticism 26 no.1 (April 2020) 62-74. Beenstock, Zoe. “Reforming Utilitarianism: Lyric Poetry in J. S. Mill’s “Thoughts on Poetry and Its Varieties.” Journal of the History of Ideas 81 no.4 (November 2020) 599-620. Elliott M. Simon, "Thomas More's Historical Legacy: The Tudor Tragedies of King Richard III", Moreana 57.2 (2020): 171-201. DOI:10.3366/more.2020.0083 Erdinast-Vulcan, Daphna. "Conrad's Mystic Writing Pad: Translation and the Unconscious Labor of the Text." Feldman, Alex. “‘As inspiring as the muses, as righteous as the Supreme Court’: The Trial of the Catonsville Nineand Jurisprudential Drama”. American Imago, vol. 77 no. 4, 2020, p. 691-709. Project MUSE. DOI:10.1353/aim.2020.0034. Modern Drama 63:3 (Winter 2020). https://doi.org/10.3138/md.63.3.1102 Feldman, Alex. “‘A ‘Prentice-Knight in Days of Yore’: The Culture and Drama of Apprenticeship in Dickens’ Barnaby Rudge”. Dickens Studies Annual 51: 2 (2020). https://doi.org/10.5325/dickstudannu.51.2.0223 Langer, Ayelet C. "A Possible Source for John Milton's Paradise Lost 12.270-79 in Job 42:5." Notes and Queries 67.3 (2020): 383-85. Langer, Ayelet C. "'Meanwhile:' Paradisian Infinity in Milton's Paradise Lost." Partial Answers, 19.1 (2001): 1-17. Langer, Ayelet C. "Milton's Aristotelian Transformations in the Representation of Regenerative Change." Modern Philology 118.3 (2021): 390-408. Langer, Ayelet C. "Samson's Now and 'I': Their Development in Time." Early Modern Literary Studies 21.2 (2020). Laufer, B. (2020). Evaluating Exercises for Learning Vocabulary. In S. Webb (Ed.). The Routledge Handbook of Vocabulary Studies (pp. 351-368). London and New York: Taylor and Francis. Laufer, B. (2020). Lexical coverages, inferencing unknown words and reading comprehension: How are they related? TESOL Quarterly, 54 (4), 1076-1085. DOI: 10.1002/tesq.3004 Laufer, B., & Cobb, T. (2020). How much knowledge of derived words is needed for reading? Applied Linguistics, 41 (6), 971–998. DOI: 10.1093/applin/amz051 Laufer, B., Webb, S., Kim, K.S & Yohanan, B. (2021). How well do learners know derived words in a second language? The effect of proficiency, word frequency and type of affix. ITL - International Journal of Applied Linguistics. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1075/itl.20020.lau Lewin, Jennifer. "Song," co-authored with Stephanie Burt. Oxford Encyclopedia of Literary Theory. Oxford Reference Online.