Interdisciplinary Humanities


Beyond the Binary

Summer 2016 - Volume 33.2







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Editor's Introduction

     Stephen Husarik      University of Arkansas--Fort Smith

The Author, the Person, and the Reader: Signs of Nabokov Behind the Symbol
     Edward Charlberg     San Francisco State University
The Violent Sexual Nature of Humanity: Rape and Depictions of Sport Hunting in 17th-18th Century Europe

     Rebecka A. Black     University of Arizona

What the Artist Saw: Degas's The Tub (1886)
      William Folkestad     Colorado State University--Pueblo
Rebecca Harding Davis: Reluctant Feminist or Resolute Advocate
      Therese Tomaszek     Davenport University
Beyond the Binary: Rev. D. in Suzan-Lord Parks' "In the Blood" and the Big Mamas in Shay Youngblood's Shakin' the Mess Outta Misery
     La Tanya L. Rogers     University of the District of Columbia
Civil Disobedience Under God: Breaking Binaries of Antiwar Protests and Faith
     Erin McCoy     University of South Carolina Beaufort
Aesthetic Spirituality in Anthropomorphic Tales: From Charles Kingsley to A.A. Milne (and authors in between)

     Wynn Yarbrough     The University of the District of Columbia

Irish Gothic Modes in Samuel Beckett's Ill Seen Ill Said
     David A. Hatch     University of South Carolina, Salkehatchie
Enchanted or Endangered by Sleep? Modern Interpretation of the Heroine's Consciousness in Tales of Sleeping Beauty  
     Seungyeon Lee     University of Arkansas at Monticello
Keeping the "Human" in "Humanities": Social Action through Writing  
     Gail Wood Miller     Educational Consultant
Redeeming the Body: Dissolving Oppositions between Life and Art  
     Jennie Wakefield     Tamalpa Institute
Reading Logs in an Age of Standardized Testing: The Challenges Facing Teachers  
     Jean S. Filetti     Christopher Newport University
Three Poems
     Daniel Barbare
Book Review: Transnational Currents in a Shrinking World 1870-1945 by Emily S. Rosenberg and Global Markets Transformed 1870-1945 by Steven C. Topik and Allen Wells
     Wayne E. Arnold     The University of Kitakyushu
Book Review: Iesus Deus: The Early Christian Depiction of Jesus as a Mediterranean God by David Litwa  
     Matthew William Brake     George Mason University
Book Review : Policing Sexuality: The Mann Act and the Making of the FBI by Jessic Pliley
     John T. Gagnon     Michigan State University
Book Review: African American Women Playwrights Confront Violence: A Critical Study of Nine Dramatists by Patricia A. Young
     Lisa Pertillar Brevard     Walden University
Book Review: Twilight of the Belle Epoque by Mary McAuliffe
     Rachel Klipa     Carlow University
Book Review: The Image of the Black in Western Art: Volume V. The Twentieth Century Part I: The Impact of Africa by David Bindman and Henry Louis Gates, Jr.
     Lara Kuykendall     Ball State University
Book Review: Taming Lust: Crimes Against Nature in the Early Republic by Doron S. Ben-Atar and Richard D. Brown
     J. Leigh Laughlin     Georgia Southwestern State University
Book Review: Defining Digital Humanities: A Reader by Melissa Terras, Julianne Nyhan, and Edward Vanhoutte
     Douglas C. MacLeod, Jr.     SUNY Cobleskill
Book Review: City, Chant, and the Topography of Early Music by Scott Cuthbert et al; Reclaiming Late-Romantic Music: Singing Devils and Distant Sounds by Peter Franklin; Josephine Baker and the Rainbow Tribe by Matthew Pratt Guterl; and Songs of Seoul: An Ethnography of Voice and Voicing in Christian South Korea by Nicholas Harkness
     Elizabeth Whittenburg Ozment     Georgia Gwinnett College
Notes on Contributors
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Executive Editor - Ronald Weber

Co-Editors - Stephen Husarik and Lee Ann Elliott Westman

Book Review Editor - Edmund Cueva

This issue of Interdisciplinary Humanities is partially underwritten by the Humanities Program at the University of Texas at El Paso.