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.

Brian O’Sullivan’s SMPs


"The 30-Second Spot: A Rhetorical Analysis of Television Advertising in the 2008 Presidential Election," Katherine Monahan, (2012)

"Apocalypse as Practical Joke, Utopia as Punchline: Watchmen's Role in Apocalyptic Literature," Mary Donahue (2011)

"Traveling the Durn Road: Modernity, the Grotesque, and Constructing Identity in As I Lay Dying," Claire Jamieson (2011)

“The Blooming of my Dreaming Mind," Julia Coty (2009)

“Constructions of Masculinity: Reevaluating Gender Stereotypes in the Literary Works of E. M. Forster and Ernest Hemingway,” Matt Decker (2009)

"Under the Twinkle of a Fading Star: Revitalizing T. S. Eliot through Popular Culture," Nathan McCurdy (2008)

"Of Parody and Pundits: The Rhetoric of Stewart and Colbert," Marianne Wood (2008)

"Traipsing after Jane: Pride and Prejudice and the sequel phenomenon," Vanessa Butanis (2007)

"What about grammar?: filling in the gap in English instruction," Cassandra Daniel (2007)

"Living wage movement at St. Mary’s College of Maryland," Alfred Gundry (2007)

"Keepers: seasons in the Rocky Mountains," Andy Karnes (2007)