Volume 46

Number 1 (Winter 2016)
· Maria O'Malley, "Imagining Massachusetts: Political Geography and Sexual Control in Harriet Jacobs's Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl"
· Lauren Elkin, "Getting the Story Across: Jean Rhys's Paranoid Narrative"
· Eloy F. Rodriguez LaBrada, "Insufferable Loves: Helisenne and Nietzsche on the Limits of Narrative Experience"
· Stefan Kjerkegaard, "Getting People Right. Getting Fiction Right: Self-Fashioning, Fictionality, and Ethics in Philip Roth's Books"
· Christopher Ewers,"'Genre in Transit': Agatha Christine, Trains, and the Whodunit"

Number 2 (Summer 2016)
· Richard R. Russel, "The Life of Things in the Place of Howards End"
· Shalyn Claggett, "Fiction over Fact: Narrative Ethics in Edward Bulwer-Lytton's Eugene Aram"
· Scott Richmond, "On Learning to Fly at the Movies: Avatar and How to Train Your Dragon"
· Maik Nwosu, "The Festival Spirit and the Comic Horizon in African Literature"
· Harriet Linkin, "The Deceptively Strategic Narrator of Rebecca"

Number 3
(Fall 2016)
· David S. Roh, "Distributed Communications"
· WeiWei Xu, "Elitist versus Vernacular Cosmopolitanism in and Naipaul's Miguel Street"
· Adia Mendelson-Maoz, "The Face of the Dead Other: A Levinasian Reading of Contemporary Israeli Novels by A.B. Yehoshua and Shifra Horn"
· Tammy Amiel Houser, "Confronting the Dogs of War: Violence and Caregiving in Ian McEwan's Black Dogs and David Grossman's To The End of the Land"
· Ana-Karina Schneider, "The Discourse of Self-Representation in Literary Studies in 1980, Romania"