A number of journals published recently feature articles written by
St. Lawrence University faculty members. Among them:
An article by Assistant Professor of English Caroline D.
Breashears, titled "Defining Masculinity in A Simple
Story," appeared in the April issue of Eighteenth-
Century Fiction, published by McMaster University.
Breashears' article titled "Scandalous Categories: Classifying the
Memoirs of Unconventional Women" is forthcoming
in Philological Quarterly.
The Spring 2004 issue of Diálogo, the magazine of the
Center for Latino Research at DePaul University, includes an article titled "Los
símbolos de la abuela que son también los deseos del corazón: en
torno a 'Más espacio,'" by Associate Professor of Modern Languages and
Literatures Ilia J. Casanova-Marengo. It focuses on the representation of
the grandmother character in Judith Ortiz Cofer’s essay "More Space," from her
book Silent Dancing: A Partial Remembrance of a Puerto Rican Childhood.
An article by Assistant Professor of Sociology Danielle Egan,
titled "Eyeing the Scene: The Uses and (RE)uses of Surveillance
Cameras in an Exotic Dance Club," was published in Critical Sociology, Vol 30, No. 2.
A book Review by Egan, of Jane Sexes it Up: True Confessions of Feminist
Desire, edited by Merri Lisa Johnson, appears in the May 2004 issue of the
Journal of Mundane Behavior.
"Interrogating the Treadmill of Production: Everything You Wanted to
Know About the Treadmill but Were Afraid to Ask," an article by Professor
of Sociology Kenneth A. Gould, David Naguib Pellow, and Allan Schnaiberg,
was published in the September 2004 issue of Organization and
"The Pornographers of Lilliput," by Assistant Professor of English
Pedro Ponce, appeared in the Spring/Summer 2004 issue of 3rd bed.
"Commercial Interruption," also by Ponce, appeared in Issue 4.3 of the online journal
Posted: September 16, 2004