Publications - Kate Cochran

  • “Mapping the Southern Literary Trail.”  The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of Arts in the South, forthcoming.  23 pages.
  • Review of The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, volume 17: Education, edited by Clarence L. Mohr.  Southern Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of the South: forthcoming.  1200 words.
  • Review of Grounded Globalism: How the U.S. South Embraces the World by James L. Peacock.  The Southern Quarterly: A Journal of Arts in the South: 46.3 (Spring 2009): 166-70.
  • “‘An Old-Fashioned Gentleman’?: Edward’s Imaginary History.”  Twilight and History.  Ed. Nancy Reagin.  London: Wiley/Blackwell, 2010.  7-25.  
  • “Covering (Up?) Katrina: Discursive Ambivalence in Coverage of Hurricane Katrina.”  Co-authored with Aimee Berger.  CEA Forum 36.1 (Winter 2007): available via http://www2.widener.edu/%7Ecea/361berger.htm.
  • “France: Between Seduction and Nostalgia.”  On Location: Famous Landscapes in Film.  Volume II.  Ed. Claudia Hellmann and Claudine Weber-Hof.  Munich: Bucher Press, 2007.  84-91.    
  • Review of Beyond Hill and Hollow: Original Readings in Appalachian Women’s Studies edited by Elizabeth S. D. Engelhardt.  Kentucky Philological Review 20 (2006): 69-70.
  • Entries on Alice Walker’s Meridian and The Third Life of Grange Copeland.  Writing African American Women: An Encyclopedia of Literature by and about Women of Color.  Volume II.  Ed. Elizabeth Ann Beaulieu.  Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2006.  621-23, 848-49.  
  • Essay on Alice Hoffman.  The Dictionary of Literary Biography 292: Twenty-First-Century American Novelists.  Ed. Suzanne Disheroon Green and Lisa Abney.  Chicago: Gale, 2004.  164-72. 
  • Review of Remapping Southern Literature: Contemporary Southern Writers and the West by Robert H. Brinkmeyer, Jr.  College Literature 29.2 (Spring 2002): 169-71.
  • Review of The Wind Done Gone by Alice Randall.  The Southern Register (Winter 2002): 20.
  • “‘When the lessons hurt’: The Third Life of Grange Copeland as Joban Allegory.”  Southern Literary Journal 34.1 (Fall 2001): 79-100.   
  • Review of Almost Family by Roy Hoffman.  The Southern Register (Spring 2001): 16-17.
  • “‘The plain round tale of faithful Thady’: Edgeworth’s Castle Rackrent as Slave Narrative.”  New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua 5.4 (Winter 2001): 57-72.