Volume 41

Number 1 (Winter 2011)
· Harryman, Carla. "Introduction: Non/Narrative"
· Anastasopoulos, Dimitri. "Present Without Memory: Self-Forgetfulness, Omniscience and Non-Narration in the 2003 State of the Union Speech and Lautréamont's Maldoror"
· Clover, Joshua. "Autumn of the System: Poetry and Financial Capital"
· Jennison, Ruth. "Scrambling Narrative: Niedecker and the White Dome of Logic"
· Halpern, Rob. "Realism and Utopia: Sex, Writing, and Activism in New Narrative"
· Watten, Barrett. "Presentism and Periodization in Language Writing,Conceptual Art, and Conceptual Writing"

Number 2 (Summer 2011)
· Russ Castronovo, Alan Nadel, Christopher Castiglia, Brian Thrill. "Introduction: Will Teach for Meaning"
· Russ Castronovo, "Teaching the Good"
· Alan Nadel, "Teaching Culture"
· Christopher Castiglia, "Teaching, Hopefully"
· Brian Thill, "Teaching Protest (And Other Antiquities)"
· Jeffrey Bilbro, "'That Petrified Laugh' : Mark Twain's Hoaxes in 'The West' and 'Camelot'"
· Robert Efird, "Isochrony and the Story/Discourse Distinction in Alexander Sokurov's Russian Ark"
· Gregorz Maziarczyk, "'From Zero to Hero' An Ourouborean Typology of Naratees Identifiable in Modern Fiction in English"
· Erica Weitzman, "Specters of Narrative: Ismail Kadare's The General of the Dead Army"

Number 3 (Fall 2011)
Special Issue: "Popular Shakespeares: Modes, Media, Bodies" edited by Ayanna Thompson
· Ayanna Thompson, "Introduction: Popular Shakespeares"
· Greg Colón Semenza, "The Globalist Dimensions of Silent Shakespeare Cinema"
· Francesca T. Royster, "Comic Terror and Masculine Vulnerability in Slings and Arrows: Season Three "
· Peter Erickson, "'Othello's Back': Othello as Mock Tragedy in Rita Dove's Sonata Mulattica "
· Jason Demeter, "'Pearls in Beauteous Ladies' Eyes: Shakespeare, Race, and Riots in the American Metropolis"
· Geoffrey Way, "Social Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet, Social Media, and Performance"
· Courtney Lehmann, "'Brothers' Before Others: The Once and Future Patriarchy in Hamlet 2 "