Articles The Maw-Mouth of Omelas: Reading Naomi Novik’s Scholomance Series as a Response to Ursula K. Le Guin

Electric Literature: Why Does Society Insist that Women Forgive Their Male Abusers?

Publishers Weekly August Home & Hobby Books Feature

Electric Literature: If Your History Is Full of Holes, How Do You Fill in the Blanks?

Publishers Weekly August Hobbies & Crafts Feature Chivalry and Medieval Ambiguity in The Green Knight Medievalists Ask Five Questions About A24’s The Green Knight
Slate: Shadow and Bone Has a Bridgerton Problem

Publishers Weekly April SFF Feature:

Electric Literature: Please Just Let Women Be Villains This is the Way: Fanaticism and Found Family in The Mandalorian and She-Ra
Publishers Weekly:
Fake Fiancés, Real Feelings: PW Talks with Sara Desai Beloved Child of the House: Susanna Clarke’s Piranesi and the Renaissance Memory Palace The Magic of Translation: Interviewing Kiki’s Delivery Service Author Eiko Kadono and Translator Emily Balistrieri
Publishers Weekly: Red Riding Hood Redux: PW Talks to S. L. Huang
Balancing on the Hyphen: AAPI Identity & Nationalism in Naomi Novik’s Temeraire series Howl-ever It Moves You: Diana Wynne Jones and Hayao Miyazaki Do the Same Work With Different Stories
Perspectives on History: Deportation Nation: Writing the Hidden History of Immigrant Expulsion in the United States In Defense of Needlework For the Love of Footnotes: When Fantasy Gets Extra Nerdy
Electric Literature:
A Book of Medieval Italian Sex Stories Can Help Us Get Through the Pandemic
Perspectives on History: Inked on the Body
Perspectives on History: “A Great Tradition That Was Not Ours”: Oxford’s First Generation of Women Graduates Find a Place in the World
Electric Literature: Jane Austen’s Whisper Networks
Electric Literature: Literary-Inspired Decoration Ideas for a Horrifying White House Christmas
Perspectives on History: Buried Treasure: Researching the History of the Time Capsule
Perspectives on History: Fashion Forward: Dress in the Age of Jane Austen
Electric Literature: These Middle-Grade Novels Are Some of the Most Formally Innovative Works of Our Time
Electric Literature: Samuel Beckett’s Avengers: Endgame
Electric Literature: Notre Dame is Never Lost
Smithsonian Magazine: The Evolution of the College Dorm Chronicles How Colleges Became Less White and Male
Perspectives on History: Dorm Essentials: A History of American College Residence Halls
Perspectives on History: Postcards from AHA19
Perspectives on History: Remembering Birdland, a Jazz Icon
The Bias: Reflections on Mulan
Entropy Magazine: I Would Appeal to the Canon
The Toast: Learning from History: Catharsis and Asian American Identity in Allegiance
The Toast: How to Tell If You’re in an Oscar Wilde Play
The Toast: How to Tell If You’re in a Shakespearean History Play
The Toast: How to Tell If You’re in a Shakespearean Tragedy
The Toast: How to Tell If You’re in a Terry Pratchett Novel
The Toast: Voyage de Victor Hugo: A Literary Pilgrimage
The Toast: How to Tell If You’re in a Victor Hugo Novel