ICYMI: New & Notable Articles (4 Mar 2024)

ICYMI New & Notable Articles of the Week Header featuring a colllage of covers from this week's featured journals

Each week, we collect the articles that we posted in the last week and put them all in one place, right here on the blog. So no worries if you missed an article we posted to Facebook, X/Twitter, Mastodon, Threads, Bluesky, Instagram and/or LinkedIn

Here they are, In Case You Missed It: 

Promotional tile featuring cover art from the latest edition of Callaloo 31.3, Summer 2008 ( featuring a photo of Rita Dove in her backyard in Charlottesville (2005). Photo by Fred Viebahn, © 2008) and the text:  A leap day poem by Rita Dove (Re)Naissance  (February 29, 1780. Peasants in the field, digging for the last of the frostbitten potato crop. No angel appears.)

(Re)Naissance (February 29, 1780. Peasants in the field, digging for the last of the frostbitten potato crop. No angel appears.)

Rita Dove

Callaloo
Volume 31, Number 3, Summer 2008

A leap day poem from the one and only Rita Dove

From a 2008 edition of Callaloo
(Re)Naissance 
(February 29, 1780. Peasants in the field, digging for the last of the frostbitten potato crop. No angel appears.)
 

 

Promotional tile featuring cover art from the Summer 2017 edition of ELH and the text:  Leap Year  “Promise and fulfillment are real historical events.”  Reading James Schuyler through Erich Auerbach’s “figura”  Read free thru 8 March

Leap Year 

Jeff Dolven

ELH
Volume 84, Number 2, Summer 2017

Tracing the transcendental in James Schuyler’s 1969 poem “Leap Year” through Erich Auberbach’s notion of “figura,” Jeff Dolven suggests a renewed theologizing of the poetic

From a 2017 edition of ELH, free thru Mar 8 

 

Promotional tile featuring cover art from the February 2023 edition of Journal of Asian American Studies and the text Loyalty to Empire Arundhati Roy, Howard Zinn and the gulf in perceptions of U.S. history  Read free thru 8 March

Loyalty to Empire

Moon-Ho Jung

Journal of Asian American Studies
Volume 26, Number 1, February 2023

In Journal of Asian American Studies, Moon-Ho Jung considers a 2003 conversation between Arundhati Roy and Howard Zinn to reflect on a gulf in perceptions of U.S. history and empire, even among “progressive” historians

Free thru 8 Mar

 

Promotional tile featuring cover art from the latest edition of The Sewanee Review and the text:  Cindy Juyoung Ok 2023 Yale Younger Poets Prizewinner Two Poems:  Before the DMZ  Faint Read free thru 8 March

Before the DMZ, and: Faint

Cindy Juyoung Ok

Sewanee Review
Volume 132, Number 1, Winter 2024

Today we share two poems from 2023 Yale Younger Poets Prize winner Cindy Juyoung Ok in the latest edition of The Sewanee Review

Before the DMZ
Faint

Read free thru 8 March 
 

 

Promotional tile featuring cover art from the latest edition of Configurations, an illustration from the article (Isamu Noguchi, Garden of the Future (for IBM headquarters), Armonk, NY, 1964. The Isamu Noguchi Museum, Long Island City. The Noguchi Museum Archives, 00575. Photo: Minoru Niizuma. ©The Isamu Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum, New York / ARS) and the text:  Isamu Noguchi's Gardens: Yellow Peril in the Age of Information Read free thru 8 March

Isamu Noguchi's Gardens: Yellow Peril in the Age of Information

Huan He

Configurations
Volume 32, Number 1, Winter 2024

Considering Isamu Noguchi’s Gardens against Norbert Weiner’s “Yellow Peril” statistics, Huan He argues the historical formation of the information age is embedded within the historical formation of racial liberalism

Free in Configurations thru 8 March
 

 

Promotional tile featuring cover art from the latest edition of The Henry James Review and the text:   The Small Boy Was “Other”  Disability in Henry James’s Fourth Phase Read free thru 8 March

The Small Boy Was “Other”: Disability in James’s Fourth Phase

Kathleen Lawrence

The Henry James Review
Volume 45, Number 1, Winter 2024

Today we pay tribute to Henry James—who died on this day in 1916—with a pair of articles from the new Henry James Review

First, study James' later memoirs from a disability studies perspective with Kathleen Lawrence's “The Small Boy Was ‘Other’”

Free thru 8 March

 

 

Promotional tile featuring cover art from the latest edition of The Henry James Review, portrait of Henry James circa 1904, and the text: Read free thru 8 March Trans Pronouns, Transference, and The Ambassadors

Trans Pronouns, Transference, and The Ambassadors

Kevin Ohi

The Henry James Review
Volume 45, Number 1, Winter 2024

And then Kevin Ohi meditates on trans pronouns and personhood, reflecting on the ways the ghost stories of Henry James effectively obfuscate the boundaries between the third person and the first

Free to read on Project MUSE thru 8 March

 

 

Promotional tile featuring cover art from the latest edition of American Journal of Philology, an illustration from the article (), and the text:  Perhaps a Fish, Surely an Ostrich, and Definitely a Fool: The Ontology of Insults at De Constantia Sapientis 17.1 Read free thru 8 March

Perhaps a Fish, Surely an Ostrich, and Definitely a Fool:The Ontology of Insults at De Constantia Sapientis 17.1

Tommaso Gazzarri

American Journal of Philology
Volume 144, Number 2 (Whole Number 574), Summer 2023

How should one interpret being called a fish or an ostrich as an insult, and should being called an animal-based insult cause offense?

Find out more about decoding the ontology of insults in De Constantia Sapientis in the new volume of American Journal of Philology—and try not to take getting called an ostrich too personally

Free thru 8 March

 

 

Promotional tile featuring cover art from the latest edition of ASAP/Journal, a figure from the article (DOME (Database of Me) Diagram—Hooked Up and Aggregating Data Year: 2013. Credit: Jennifer Morone (concept, design, lead architect of development), Zac Tolley (CTO and development), Lloyd Elliot (data analyst and development), Zwitterion (backbone IP engineering), Mike Vanis (electronics—wearable biosensor device)), and the text:   Extreme Capitalism:The Absurd Performance of Jennifer Lyn Morone™ Inc  Read free thru 8 March

Extreme Capitalism:The Absurd Performance of Jennifer Lyn Morone™ Inc

Charlotte Kent

ASAP/Journal
Volume 8, Number 3, September 2023

In Jennifer Lyn Morone’s project Extreme Capitalism, the artist registers herself as a corporation to protect her personal data and refute corporations' instrumentalization of her online activity
 
Revel in the absurdities revealed in the capitalist notion of business models, free to read in ASAP/Journall thru 8 March



 

 

Promotional tile featuring cover art from the latest edition of Theory & Event and the text: In Conversation Blanca Missé and James Martel THEORY & EVENT “For Democratic Governance of Universities: The Case for Administrative Abolition”

BLOG: In Conversation - For Democratic Governance of Universities: The Case for Administrative Abolition

Blanca Missé and James Martel

Theory & Event
Volume 27, Number 1, January 2024

Blanca Missé and James Martel’s recent Theory & Event article  “For Democratic Governance of Universities: The Case for Administrative Abolition” really grabbed the attention of readers — by far our most-read article in January. For the blog, we invited the authors to write more about the background of the piece and how they came to make the case for administrative abolition.

 

 

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