Edward Baring:

  • The Young Derrida and French Philosophy, 1945-1968, Ideas in Context, (Cambridge University Press, 2011.) (Paperback edition, 2014) http://amzn.com/110767462X
    • winner of the Morris D Forkosch Prize awarded by the Journal of the History of Ideas and the Bela Kornitzer Prize.
  • Coedited with Peter E. Gordon, The Trace of God: Derrida and Religion (Fordham University Press, 2014.)
  • “A Secular Kierkegaard: Confessional Readings of Heidegger before 1945,” forthcoming in New German Critique 124 (February 2015).
  •  “Ne me raconte plus d’histoires: Derrida and the Problem of the History of Philosophy,” History and Theory (May 2014).
  • “Derrida, Lévi-Strauss, and the Cercle d’Epistémologie; or, How to be a Good Structuralist,” in Knox Peden and Peter Hallward eds., Concept and Form: The Cahiers pour l’analyse and Contemporary French Thought, vol. 2,London: Verso, 2012.
  • “Liberalism and the Algerian War: The Case of Jacques Derrida,” Critical Inquiry vol. 36, Number 2, Winter 2010.

Frances Bernstein:

James Carter:

Allan Dawson:

C. Wyatt Evans:

Joshua Kavaloski:

  • High Modernism: Aestheticism and Performativity in Literature of the 1920s.  Rochester, NY: Camden House, 2014.
  • “The Case of Haarmann: Remapping the Weimar Republic.”  The German Quarterly, 2015.  Forthcoming.
  • “Germany’s Changing Perception of War: Graphic Narratives about the Bundeswehr in Afghanistan.”  The German-language Graphic Novel in Theory and Practice.  Ed. Lynn Kutch.  Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2015.  Forthcoming.
  • (with Ann Saltzman) “Complicating the Discourse of Nation: Understanding the Place of the Holocaust in German History through Classroom and Onsite Experiences.”  The Holocaust and World War II in History and Memory.  Ed. Nancy Ruprecht and Wendy Koenig.  Newcastle upon Tyne:  Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012.  202-209.
  • “The Weimar Republic Redux: Multiperspectival History in Jason Lutes’s Berlin City of Stones.”  Teaching Comics and Graphic Narratives: Essays on Theory, Strategy and Practice.  Ed. Lan Dong.  Jefferson, NC: McFarland and Company: 2012.  145-160.
  • “Periodicity and National Identity in Daniel Kehlmann’s Die Vermessung der Welt.”  Gegenwartsliteratur 9 (October, 2010): 263-287.
  • “Performativity and the Dialectic of Time in Thomas Mann’s Der Zauberberg.”  German Studies Review 32/2 (May, 2009): 319-342.

Christine Kinealy:

Kimberly Rhodes:

  • “Archetypes and Icons: Materialising Victorian Womanhood in 1970s Feminist Art” in Neo-Victorian Studies, Volume 6, no. 2 (2013), pp. 152-180
  • “Double Take: Tom Hunter’s The Way Home (2000),” in Kaara Peterson and Deanne Williams, eds. The Afterlife of Ophelia. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2012), pp. 213-229.
  • Ophelia and Victorian Visual Culture: Representing Body Politics in the Nineteenth Century. (Ashgate Publishing, May 2008.)
  • “Degenerate Detail: John Everett Millais and Ophelia’s Muddy Death,” in Debra N. Mancoff, ed. John Everett Millais: Beyond the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. (Paul Mellon Centre/Yale University Press, 2001), pp. 43-68.

Jonathan Rose:

  • The Literary Churchill: Author, Reader, Actor (Yale University Pres, 2014), http://www.yalebooks.com/book.asp?isbn=9780300204070
  • Coeditor (with Simon Eliot), A Companion to the History of the Book (Blackwell, 2007).
  • The Intellectual Life of the British Working Classes (Yale University Press, 2001). http://yalepress.yale.edu/yupbooks/book.asp?isbn=9780300088861
    • Winner of the Longman-History Today Historical Book of the Year Prize, the American Philosophical Society Jacques Barzun Prize in Cultural History, the British Council Prize of the North American Conference on British Studies, the SHARP Book History Prize, the New Jersey Council for the Humanities Book Prize, and the Bela Kornitzer Prize.
  • Editor, The Holocaust and the Book: Destruction and Preservation (University of Massachusetts Press, 2001).

    • An Italian translation of this book was published by Edizione Sylvestre Bonnard under the title Il libro nella Shoah: Destruzione e conservazione (2003).
  • Editor, The Revised Orwell (East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 1992).
  • Coeditor (with Patricia Anderson), British Literary Publishing Houses, 1820-1965, 2 vols. (Gale Research, 1991).
  • The Edwardian Temperament 1895-1919 (Ohio University Press, 1986).

Sharon Braslaw Sundue:

  • Industrious in Their Stations: Young People at Work in Urban America, 1720-1810 (University of Virginia Press, 2009)

Journals Based in the History and Culture Program

  • Book History (Penn State Press): Jonathan Rose, coeditor (with Ezra Greenspan).Winner of the Council of Editors of Learned Journals award for the Best New Journal of 1999.