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MemberAlison Heney

… and Indie Printing. Los Angeles: 2012. pp.47. (Exhibition Catalogue).

2011 “Kandinsky’s ‘On the Problem of Form (1912)’ and the Fiction of Virginia Woolf.” Virginia Woolf Miscellany. No. 80. Southern Connecticut State University (2011).

2007 “Seeking the Ancien…

20th Century Literature, Modernist Studies, Fairy Tale and Myth, Mystery and Detective Fiction, Speculative Fiction, Cinema Studies, Museum Studies

MemberRachel Haywood Ferreira

Rachel Haywood Ferreira is an Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese at Iowa
State University. She has worked with Latin American science fiction in a variety of
media, from novels and short stories to comics, magazines and fanzines, and some film. Her articles on early and golden age sf have appeared in Science Fiction Studies, Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, Hispania, Extrapolation, the Revista Iberoamericana, and the new anthologies Latin American Science Fiction: Theory and Practice (2012) and Parabolas of Science Fiction (forthcoming 2013). She is the author
of The Emergence of Latin American Science Fiction (Wesleyan University Press, 2011).

MemberElizabeth Foxwell

…Judith Flanders, Washington Ind Rev of Bks, 1 Aug. 2013.

———. “‘Your Sin Will Find You Out’: Critical Perceptions of Mystery Fiction,” Critical Insights: Crime and Detective Fiction, ed. Rebecca Martin, Salem Press, April 2013 (on the critical reception of Anna K…

Elizabeth Foxwell is managing editor of Clues: A Journal of Detection, the oldest US scholarly journal on mystery/detective/crime fiction, and editor of the McFarland Companions to Mystery Fiction series (vol. 8: P. D. James). She also is manager for editorial projects and communications at the Council on Undergraduate Research. A recipient of the PCA Mystery/Detective Fiction Area’s Dove Award for contributions to the serious study of mystery/crime fiction, she writes frequently on mystery fiction and reviews mysteries for Publishers Weekly.

MemberRita Singer


PhD (summa cum laude), Institut für Anglistik, Universität Leipzig, Thesis: ‘Re-inventing the Gwerin: Anglo-Welsh Identities in Fiction and Non-Fiction, 1847-1914’
Supervisors: Prof Dr Joachim Schwend (Universität Leipzig) and Prof Tony Brown (Bangor Universit…
…http://jvc.oup.com/2013/04/29/strange-new-today/
‘Harry Potter and the Battle for the Soul: The Revival of the Psychomachia in Secular Fiction.’ Heroism in the Harry Potter Series. Eds. Katrin Berndt and Lena Steveker. Farnham: Ashgate, 2011. 25-38.
‘A Welshman on t…

I am an experienced researcher and project officer with a particular interest in ideas of space and place in fictional and non-fictional writing in Wales, heritage tourism, maritime history and cultural geography.