Recent Publications

Mira Seo, “Aesthetics of Enlightenment: Philosophical Continuity and Rhetorical Innovation in the Poetics of Roman Architecture,” in Poo, M. and Raphels, L., eds. Old Society, New Belief: Religious transformation of China and Rome, ca. 1st-6th Centuries. Oxford University Press, 2017, pp.53-68.
Andrew Hui, The Poetics of Ruins in Renaissance Literature, Fordham University Press, 2016.
Petrus Liu, “Liberal Arts for Asians?” Co-authored with Colleen Lye. In Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies (2016), special issue on “Singapore at 50: The Intersections of Neoliberal Globalization and Postcolonialism,” guest-edited by Weihsin Gui and Cheryl Narumi Naruse, 1-15.
Petrus Liu, “From Identity to Social Protest: The Cultural Politics of Beijing Comrades,” in Scott Myers, trans. and ed., Beijing Comrades. New York: Feminist Press at CUNY, 2016. 369-79.
Rajeev Patke, “Poetry and the experience of urban space in the poetry of Arun Kolatkar”. ASNEL-Papers in the Cross Cultures Series. Ed. Cecile Sandten and Annika Bauer (Series editors: Geoffrey Davis and Gordon Collier). Rodopi: Amsterdam and New York, 2015, 201-214.
Rajeev Patke, “Music as a form of cultural dialogue: The case of Ravi Shankar.” European Review, Academia Europaea 23.3 (Spring 2015): 439-453.
Rajeev Patke, “Formalisms Revisited: A reading of Angela Manalang Gloria and Edith Tiempo.” Journal of English Studies and Comparative Literature (Manila, 2015): 140-159.
Andrew Hui, “Wordless Texts, Empty Hands: The Metaphysics and Materiality of Texts in Journey to the West” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 75.1 (2015)
Andrew Hui, “The Birth of Ruins in Quattrocento Adoration Paintings” I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance 18.2 (2015)
Rajeev Patke, “Irish Poetry in the Long Shadow of W.B. Yeats.” The Yeats Journal of Korea, Vol. 45 (2014): 47-69.
Rajeev Patke, “Translation as idea and practice: A detour via Walter Benjamin and Arun Kolatkar.” Foreign Literature Studies 36.5 (October 2014): 16-25.
Petrus Liu, “The Permanent Arms Economy,” in Lawrence J. Trudeau, ed., Contemporary Literary Criticism, Vol. 358. Farmington Hills, MI: Layman Poupard Publishing, 2014, 65-80.
Petrus Liu, “Jin Yong’s Islam,” in Lawrence J. Trudeau, ed., Contemporary Literary Criticism, Vol. 358. Farmington Hills, MI: Layman Poupard Publishing, 2014, 80-100.
Gretchen Head, “Confronting the Right-Thinking Bourgeoisie: Shukrī, Genet, and a Poetics of Inversion.” Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics, Vol. 34 (2014), pp. 151-173.
Mira Seo, Exemplary Traits: Reading Characterization in Roman Poetry, Oxford University Press, 2013.
Steven Green, “Perseus on the Psychiatrist’s Couch in Leterrier’s Clash of the Titans (2010): Harryhausen Reloaded for 21st Century,” Animating Antiquity: Harryhausen and the Classical Tradition (New Voices in Classical Reception Studies), 75-85
Rajeev Patke, “Global Cities and Transnational Circulations: Singapore and Hong Kong”. A Companion to Diaspora and Transnationalism. Ed. Ato Quayson and Girish Daswani, Oxford: Blackwell 2013, 397-411.
Rajeev Patke, “Moving in and out of Borders: Othello, Caliban, and Conrad in Tayeb Salih’s Season of Migration to the North.” The Journal of English Language & Literature (The English Language and Literature Association of Korea), Vol. 59, No. 3 (Summer 2013): 401-426.
Rajeev Patke, “Yeats and Stevens: Poetry and Aging.” The Yeats Journal of Korea, Vol. 41, No. 2 (Summer 2013): 55-66.
Andrew Hui, “Horatio’s Philosophy in Hamlet,” Renaissance Drama, 41.1 (2013): 151-171.
Gretchen Head, “Casablanca Chasms: The Bidonville in Muhammad Zafzaf’s Muhawalat Aysh.” [Published simultaneously in Arabic as “Dawr al-ṣafīḥ fī Muḥāwalat ‘aysh l-Muḥammad Zafzāf.”] Portal 9, Vol. 2 (Spring 2013), pp. 55-69.
Ma Shaoling, “’A Tale of New Mr. Windbag’: The ‘Social Brain’ of Late Qing Chinese Science Fiction.” Science Fiction Studies. Special issue on China. 40.2 (2013): 55-72
Mira Seo, “Identifying Authority: Juan Latino, an African ex-Slave, Poet, and Professor of Latin in 16 th Century Granada,” in African Athena: New Agendas , D. Orrells, G.K. Bhambra, T. Roynon and M. Bernal, eds. (January 2012).
Rajeev Patke, “Elegance and Poetic Economy in John Crowe Ransom and F. T. Prince.” Connotations 21, 2-3 (2012).
Rajeev Patke, “The Shaping of Yeats’s The Tower and The Winding Stair.” The Yeats Journal of Korea, Vol. 39 (Winter 2012): 39-60.
Petrus Liu, “The Peripheral Realism of Two Chinas,” Modern Language Quarterly, 73:3 (September 2012): 395-414.
Scott Cook, “A New Strip Order for the Guodian Chu Bamboo Manuscript ‘Zun deyi’”. 《臺大中文學報》(Bulletin of the Department of Chinese Literature, National Taiwan University) 36 (March 2012), pp. 117-56.
Scott Cook, “A Trial Explanation of Textual Examples of the Graph ji in Chu Bamboo Manuscripts”. Guwenzi yanjiu 《古文字研究》n. 29 (October 2012), pp. 621-32.
Steven Green, “Arduum ad astra: The Politics and Poetics of Horoscopic Failure in Manilius’ Astronomica,” Forgotten Stars: Rediscovering Manilius’ Astronomica, Oxford, 120-38
Mira Seo, “Lucan’s Cato and the Poetics of Exemplarity,” in Brill’s Companion to Lucan, P. Asso, ed. (July 2011: 199-221).
Rajeev Patke, “Postcolonial Literature from Southeast Asia”. The Cambridge History of Postcolonial Literature, Volume 1, ed. Ato Quayson. Cambridge, UK & New York: Cambridge Univ. Press 2011, 352-384.
Rajeev Patke, “London: the Imperial Target”. The City as Target. Ed. Ryan Bishop, Greg Clancey, and John W. Phillips. New York: Routledge, 2011, 218-223.
Rajeev Patke, “The Obstinate Gaze: Derrida Looking at Pictures.” Humanities Diliman Vol. 8, No. 1 (Jan-June 2011): 18-40.
Rajeev Patke, “Yeats: Prosody and Poetic Forms”. The Yeats Journal of Korea, Vol. 33, No. 2 (Dec. 2011): 281- 318.
Petrus Liu, “Queer Human Rights in and against China: Liberalism, Marxism, and the Figuration of the Human,” Social Text 30, no.1 (Spring 2011): 71-90.
Pericles Lewis, “Modernism and Religion.” The Cambridge Companion to Modernism, second edition, ed. Michael Levenson. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 178-96.
Andrew Hui, “Textual City: Epic Walks in Virgil, Lucan, and Petrarch.” Classical Receptions Journal 3.2 (2011): 1-18.
Gretchen Head, “Revolutionary Contagion: Morocco and a Plea for Specificity.” Jadaliyya (February 2011).
Gretchen Head, “Morocco on the Eve of the Demonstrations.” Jadaliyya (February 2011).
Gretchen Head, “The Performative in Ilyās Khūrī’s Bāb al-Shams.” Journal of Arabic Literature, Vol. 42, No. 2/3 (2011), pp. 148-182.
Scott Cook, “A Categorical Analysis of Rhyming in Chu Bamboo Manuscripts”. Chutu wenxian yu guwenzi yanjiu 4 《出土文獻與古文字研究》第四輯 (Studies on Excavated Manuscripts and Paleography, v. 4) (December, 2011), pp. 215-258.
Geoffrey Baker, “Preachers, Gangsters, Pranksters: MC Solaar and Hip-Hop as Overt and Covert Revolt.” The Journal of Popular Culture 44.2 (2011): 233-255.
Steven Green, “Undeifying Tiberius: A Reconsideration of Seneca, Apocolocyntosis 1.2”, Classical Quarterly 60, 274-6
Steven Green, “(No) Arms and a Man: The Imperial Pretender, the Opportunistic Poet, and the Laus Pisonis”, Classical Quarterly 60, 497-523
Mira Seo, “What the Cook Knew: the Cocus in Plautus’ Mercator ” in Change and Exchange in Plautus’s Mercator, N.C.Coppolino, ed. (special issue New England Classical Journal 37.1, February 2010: 27-38).
Rajeev Patke, “Aura and Trace: Ruins and the City.” New Essays on Frankfurt School of Critical Theory. Ed. Alfred J. Drake. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2010, 168-192.
Rajeev Patke, “Partition and its aftermath: poetry and history in Northern Ireland.” Journal of Postcolonial Writing 45.4/46.1 (2010): 17-30.
Rajeev Patke, “Ambiguity and Ethics: Fictions of Governance in Geoffrey Hill’s Mercian Hymns.” Connotations 20.3 (2010/2011): 253-271.
Petrus Liu, “An Interview with Shi Tou,” with Shi Tou and Lisa Rofel, Beyond the Strai(gh)ts, positions: east asia cultures critique 18, no. 2 (Fall 2010): 409-416.
Petrus Liu, “Why Does Queer Theory Need China?” Beyond the Strai(gh)ts, positions: east asia cultures critique 18, no. 2 (Fall 2010): 291-320.
Petrus Liu, “Introduction: Beyond the Strai(gh)ts—Transnationalism and Queer Chinese Politics,” with Lisa Rofel, Beyond the Strai(gh)ts, positions: east asia cultures critique 18, no. 2 (Fall 2010): 281-289.
Pericles Lewis, “Inventing Literary Modernism During the Great War.” London, Modernism and 1914, ed. Michael Walsh. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010. 148-64.
Scott Cook, “A trial explanation of readings for the graph ‘jia’”. Guwenzi yanjiu 《古文字 研究》n. 28 (October 2010), pp. 496-503.
Scott Cook, “‘San De’ and Warring States Views on Heavenly Retribution.” Journal of Chinese Philosophy, Supplement to Volume 37 (2010), pp.117–139.
Scott Cook, “What Did Zeng Zi ‘Guard Over’ in Mengzi 2A.2?” Warring States Papers: Studies in Chinese and Comparative Philology, v. 1 (University of Massachusetts Warring States Project) 2010, pp. 46-51.