Books that Cook
Professor of English Jennifer Cognard-Black's new book, Books that Cook: The Making of a Literary Meal, is being published by NYU Press this August.

Jennifer Cognard-Black’s SMPs


 

 
Emily Davis-Brown, 2003, “The Child Pandora:  Nathaniel Hawthorne’s ‘A Paradise of Children’ and Charles Kingsley’s The Water-Babies
 
Randy Bridgeman, 2004, “Protect Your Instrument From The Rain: A Collection of Original Poetry”
 
Ashley Walker, 2004, “Mapping Membership, Defining Difference: A Personal Exploration of Children's Literature”
 
Jennifer McCabe, 2004, “Catharsis for Author and Audience: The Psychotherapeutic Possibilities of Experiential Poetry Readings”
 
Maggie Stubbs, 2004, “Tying on the Dinosaur:  A Collection of Short Fiction”
 
Stacey Hamlet, 2005, “Inheritance:  Essays on Food and Family”
 
Caitlin Newcomer, 2005, “The Weight of It:  A Collection of Short Fiction”
 
Josiah Chiappelli, 2005, “The Untitled:  A Novel”
 
Cassie Clemente, 2005, “What are you Muggles so Worried About?  An Analysis of Harry Potter and the Catholic Church”
 
Tobias Bates, 2006, “Standing in Front of History:  The Modern Epic.  The PreludeLeaves of Grass, and The Waste Land
 
Porter Schiavone, 2006, “Home:  A Collection of Poems”
 
Claire Fenton, 2008, “At Fourteen:  A Collection of Short Stories”
 
Galen Brew, 2008, “In the Hands of the Sea:  Photographs and Poetry”
 
Ben Austin-Docampo, 2008, “The Invisible Rhizome:  A Novel”
 
Roya Biggie, 2008, “Body Objects:  Women, Religion, and the Body in Jeanette Winterson's Novels”
 
Camille Meyers, 2009, “Letting the Wild In:  Poetry and Prose of a Biological Nature”
 
Monica Frantz, 2009, “Foreign Images:  Reflections on Italy, Romania, and Ecuador”
 
Jarrett Fleagle, 2009, “Tradition and Innovation:  An Exploration of Poetic Form”
 
Melissa Newcomb, 2010, “Disrupted Narratives: A Study of Asian-American Female Autobiographies”
 
John Marth, 2010, “Jean Rhys and the Modernist Drunk Narrative”
 
Laura George, 2010, “Charlotte Brontë and Jane Austen:  A Critical Distain, a Critical Correspondence”
 
Kelly Blackburn, 2011, “‘From the Margins of the Private Mind’:  Thinking and Writing of A Room of One’s Own
 
Anina Tardif-Douglin, 2011, “The Silencing of a People:  The Rwanda Genocide” (with Prof. Sahar Shafqat)
 
Melanie Kokolios, 2011, “Empress:  A Feminist Fantasy Novel”
 
Danielle Doubt, 2012, “Iron Chef vs. Cupcake Wars:  Food, Gender, Culture” 
 
Kiri Houpt, 2013, "Unconscious 'Angels' and the Tyranny of Tears: Victorian Womanhood and the Fashion of Fainting"
 
Caroline Sellers, 2013, "Losing Spaces: A Home, A Body"