>>> Bibliography of publications involving work by students at AUM

COLLABORATIVE WORK WITH STUDENTS CO-AUTHORED OR OVERSEEN BY ROBERT C. EVANS, Professor of English, Auburn University Montgomery

With Michael W. Crocker.  “Faulkner’s ‘Barn Burning’ and O’Connor’s ‘Everything That Rises Must Converge.’” College Language Association Journal 36 (1993): 371‑83.  [Selected for inclusion in the Literature Resource Center database.]

With Lynn Bryan.  “Ben Jonson and the Monita of Justus Lipsius.” Ben Jonson Journal1 (1994): 105-23.

With Kurt R. Niland.  “A Memoir of Mary Ann and Flannery O’Connor’s ‘Everything that Rises Must Converge.’”  Flannery O’Connor Bulletin 22 (1993-94): 53-73.  [Selected for inclusion in the Literature Resource Center database.]

With Kurt R. Niland.  “The Folger Text of Thomas Nashe’s ‘Choise of Valentines.’” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 87.3 (1993): 363-74.

With Joseph T. Roy, Jr.  “Fane on Jonson and Shakespeare.” Notes and Queries 41.2 (June 1994): 156-58.

With Kurt R. Niland.  “Bolton on Jonson: An Ungathered Allusion.” Notes and Queries239.4 (1994): 517.

With Neil P. Probst.  “Jonson, Seneca, Homer, and Lipsius: Unreported Allusions in The King’s Entertainment at Welbeck.” Notes and Queries 239.4 (December 1994): 519-20.

With Neil P. Probst.  “Bishop Duppa and Jonson’s ‘Epick’ Poem.” Notes and Queries 42 (1995): 361‑63.

With Neil P. Probst.   “Biblical Resonance in Moulsworth’s ‘Memorandum.’“ The Muses Females Are: Martha Moulsworth and Other Women Writers of the English Renaissance.     Ed. Robert C. Evans and Anne C. Little.  West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill Press, 1995.  117-25.

With Kurt R. Niland.  “Quintilian and Jonson on the Deaths of Sons.” RE: Arts and Letters 20.1 (1994): 30-46.

With Lynn Bryan.  “Jonson’s Response to Lipsius on the Happy Life.” Notes and Queries 43.2 (1996): 181-82.

With Katie Magaw.  “Irony and Paradox in Frank O’Connor’s Style.”  In Frank O’Connor: New Perspectives (1998), 149-55. [Reprinted in the Literary Reference Center database.]

With Katie Magaw.  “‘Guests of the Nation’: Story and Play.’”  In Frank O’Connor: New Perspectives (1998), 197-202. [Reprinted in the Literary Reference Center database.]

With Michael Probst.  “‘Fact’ and ‘Fiction’ in Frank O’Connor’s ‘Guests of the Nation’ and An Only Child.” In Frank O’Connor: New Perspectives (1998), 189-95. [Reprinted in the Literary Reference Center database.]

With John M. Burdett and Curtis Bowden.  “Selected Stories of Frank O’Connor: Synopses and Quick Critiques.”  In Frank O’Connor: New Perspectives.  297-352. [Reprinted in the Literary Reference Center database.]

With John M. Burdett.  “A Frank O’Connor Chronology.”  In Frank O’Connor: New Perspectives.  397-446. [Reprinted in the Literary Reference Center database.]

With Brandon L. Frith.  “Allusions to Jonson and Shakespeare in a Poem by Jane Barker.” Notes and Queries  47 (2000): 104-05.

With Dan R. Davis.  “Jonson Alludes to Wyatt’s ‘They Flee From Me.’”  Notes and Queries 47 (2000): 104.

With Deborah Cosier Hill (student).  “Friel on Friel: Synopses of His Written and Spoken Ideas.” A Companion to Brian Friel. Ed. Richard Harp and Robert C. Evans.  West Cornwall, CT: Locust Hill, 2002.  449-99. [Reprinted in the Literary Reference Center database.]

Supervised work by Neil Probst on his article “A Topical Index to Jonson’s Discoveries,” Ben Jonson Journal 3 (1996): 153-78.

Supervised work by John Burdett and Jonathan Wright for their article “Ben Jonson in Recent General Scholarship, 1972-1996,” Ben Jonson Journal 4 (1997): 151-79.

Supervised work by Katie J. Magaw for her article “Modern Books on Ben Jonson: A General Topical Index,” Ben Jonson Journal 5 (1998): 201-47.

Supervised work by Clint Darby for his article “Modern Books on Ben Jonson: A General  Topical Index (First Supplement),” Ben Jonson Journal 6 (1999): 261-75.

Supervised work by Deborah Hill for her article “Ben Jonson in General Scholarship, 1900-1972,” Ben Jonson Journal 7 (2000): 517-37.

Supervised work by Jonathan Wright on articles dealing with John Day and George Cavendish published in Tudor England: An Encyclopedia(2001).

Supervised work by Eric W. Atkins for his article “References to Jonson in Scholarship on Shakespeare,” Ben Jonson Journal 12 (2005): 203-16.

Supervised work by Deborah Solomon on an essay on E.E. Cummings to be published in volume 4 of the Student’s Encyclopedia of Great American Writers, which I am editing for Facts on File and which is due to be published in 2008.

Supervised work by Deborah Solomon on an essay on Anne Vaughan Lock published in the inaugural issue of 66: A Journal of Sonnet Studies.

Worked with Deborah Solomon on companion essays dealing with John Steinbeck’s The Grapes of Wrath, which have now been accepted for publication in a volume (to be published in 2009) edited by Michael Meyer, the noted Steinbeck scholar.

Supervised work by Deborah Solomon on an essay on Virginia Woolf’s A Room of Her Own, to be published in one of the forthcoming volumes of the Bloom’s Themes series.

Supervised work by approximately ten students on contributions published in Short Fiction: A Critical Companion(1997). [Reprinted in the Literary Reference Center database.]

Supervised work by approximately twenty-five students on contributions published in Frank O’Connor: New Perspectives (1998). [Reprinted in the Literary Reference Center database.]

Supervised work by four students credited on title page of Ben Jonson’s Major Plays: Summaries of Modern Monographs (2000). [Reprinted in the Literary Reference Center database.]

Supervised work by 40+ students published in A Companion to Brian Friel (2001). [Reprinted in the Literary Reference Center database.]

Supervised work by 60+ students published in Kate Chopin’s Short Fiction: A Critical Companion(2001). [Reprinted in the Literary Reference Center database.]

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COLLABORATIVE WORK WITH STUDENTS CO-AUTHORED OR OVERSEEN BY ERIC J. STERLING, Professor of English, Auburn University Montgomery

With Catherine Merritt. “The Collision of Two Cultures: Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart and Christianity’s Coming to Nigeria.” In Mother Tongue Theologies: Poets, Novelists, Non-Western Christianity. Ed. Darren J.N. Middleton. Eugene, OR: Pickwick (Wipf and Stock), 2009. 47-60.

With Paul Duke. “Mackenzie’s Penitent Woman: The Image of Mary Magdalene in The Man of Feeling.” The Explicator 55 (2) Winter 1997: 74-76.

Supervised work by Marjean Corkran on“Translating Emotion to the Screen with Composition and Shot Variations,” Graduate Studies Film Journal, published by the State University of New York at Albany, 2007.

Supervised work by Linda Uranga on “Willy Loman and the Legacy of Capitalism,” Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman: Dialogue (2008), 81-93.

Supervised work by Deborah Cosier Solomon on “The Emergence of Hope in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman,” in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman: Dialogue (2008), 137-147.

Supervised work by Samantha Batten on “Compensatory Symbolism in Miller’s Death of a Salesman,” in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman: Dialogue (2008), 163-171.

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