Vol. 10.1 (Spring 2013)

HR Web CoverEditor: Meghan Punschke Nolan Assistant Editor: Princess Ikatekit Faculty Advisors: Steven Mentz, Stephen Sicari, and Granville Ganter Cover Artist: Chris Barry

Preface by Meghan Punschke Nolan

Not Qwhite Name Calling in Appalachia by William Matthew McCarter

The Parade of Identity: M. E. Braddon, the Traveling Circus Performer and the (Re)Construction of Self by Janine Hatter

Constructing the “Unofficial” History of HIV /AIDS: Self-Representation in AIDS Documentaries by Kylo-Patrick R. Hart

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Autobiographical Essays and the “Bad Problem” of Over-Identification by Helga Lénárt-Cheng

The Migrating Self: Sittings for a Family Portrait by Chris Barry

An Invisible Native: Jazz and the Musical Standard of Blackness in Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man and Richard Wright’s Native Son by Sherry M. Arnold

The “Intense Concentration of Self”: Buddhist Metaphysics & Pip’s Experience in Moby-Dick’s The Castaway by Daniel Hermann

Relentless Not Redundant, Endless Not Enduring: Whitman, Solipsism, and Celebration by Dean Kritikos

A Villain Ragged and Torn: The Moral Ambiguity of the Artful Dodger in Lean’s Oliver Twist by Andrew Calis

Our Material Selves: Imago and Social Exchange in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein by Renee Harris

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