Wagner College English Faculty Publish New Research

Wagner College English Faculty Publish New Research

The fall 2019 semester saw the publication of new research for two members of the Wagner College English Department faculty, Dr. Susan Bernardo and Dr. Lindsay Sabatino.

Congratulations to them both!

Dr. Bernardo’s essay, “Ecocritical Ideas and Butler’s ‘Bloodchild’ and Parable of the Sower,” was included in Approaches to Teaching the Works of Octavia E. Butler, edited by Tarshia L. Stanley and published by The Modern Language Association of America.

Dr. Bernardo also had a second essay, “Nowhere to Go: Caught Between Nature and Culture in Oscar Wilde’s Fairy Tales,” featured in Victorian Environmental Nightmares, edited by Laurence W. Mazzeno and Ronald D. Morrison, and published by Palgrave Macmillan.

 

Dr. Sabatino’s essay, "Sharing Space and Finding Common Ground: A Practical Guide to Creating Effective Writing Center/Library Partnerships," appeared in Writing Centers at the Center of Change, edited by Joe Essid and Brian McTague and published by Routledge.