Interdisciplinary Humanities

 

Gateways II

Spring 2009

Volume 26.1

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Contents

Co-Editors' Introduction
     Lee Ann Elliott Westman      University of Texas at El Paso
3
   
"There's no logic in this": Orson Welles' Transgressive Challenge to Cold War Paranoia in Mr. Arkadin (1955)
     Geoffrey Green   San Francisco State University
6
   
Power and Fluidity of Privilege and Oppression: The Case of Tuskegee and Invisible Man
     Barbara A. Baker   Auburn University
11
   
Authenticating the Black-Indian Body: The Case of Radmilla Cody
      Sarita Cannon   San Francisco State University
23
   
Hell's Belles: White Southern Women, Fiery Preachers, and Racial Order in 1920s Los Angeles
     Daniel Cady   Cal State University, Fresno
36
   
Lessons from the Non-Hermit: Valuing Korea
     Diane Boze  Northeastern State University
46
   
Cultural Refraction: Using Travel Writing, Anthropology and Fiction to Understand the Culture of Southern Arabia
     Marielle Risse  DhofarUniversity
63
   
An Introduction to Plurality and Interdisciplinarity in Weldon Kees: The "Robinson" Poems
     Matthew McNees  University of North Carolina at Greensboro
79
   

Géricault, Tennyson, and the Unreliable Narrator: The Medical Case Study as a Rhetorical Model for Nineteenth-Century Literature and Art

     Kimberly Freeman Downing     University of Arkansas at Fort Smith
89
   
Interview with Cover-Artist Michael Eble
     Kerry Doyle     University of Texas at El Paso
101
   
Praise
     Alice Derry   Peninsula College
110
   
   
Book Reviews    
113
   
Prisons, Race, and Masculinity in Twentieth-Century Literature and Film by Peter Caster
     Michael Howarth   Missouri Southern State University
   
Decadent Culture in the United States: Art and Literature against the American Grain by David Weir
   John Lavelle     Florida Institute of Technology

   
   
Notes on Contributors
123
   
Editorial Policies
126
   
Cover Art     
   
Yellow Lamp Moon (front cover)
     by Michael Eble, oil on canvas, 36" x 18", 2005.
   
Bayou Calliou (back cover)
    by Michael Eble, monotype, 18" x 24", 2007.
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