Scars to Prove It: The Civil War Soldier and American Fiction. Kent, OH: Kent State UP, 2009. Print. [223 pp.]
PARTS OF BOOKS PUBLISHED
Introduction. The Devil's Dictionary. By Ambrose Bierce. The Barnes & Noble Library of Essential Reading Series. New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 2007. Print.
ARTICLES PUBLISHED IN REFEREED JOURNALS
“Gender and Moral Immaturity in Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None.” The CEA Critic 73.1 (Fall 2010): 51–63. Print.
“Neglected Testimony: The Warren Commission Report and the Writing of State-Sponsored Prose.” Southern Review: Communication, Politics & Culture 40.3 (2008): 40–56. Print.
“Presidential Wounds: The JFK Assassination and the White Male Body.” Men & Masculinities 10.5 (Aug. 2008): 557–82. Print.
“‘It Reads Like a Novel’: The 9/11 Commission Report and the American Reading Public.” Journal of American Studies 41 (Dec. 2007): 533–56. Print.
“Mary Johnston: An Introduction.” Meridian 10 (Fall/Winter 2002): 41–62. Print. [Introduced the previously unpublished Johnston short story “Broomsedge House.”]
“‘Oh, God, What a Pity!’: The Irish Brigade at Fredericksburg and the Creation of Myth.” Civil War History 47 (Sept. 2001): 193–221. Print.
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