MELUS

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MELUSMulti-Ethnic Literature of the United States
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Wife of Neville Davies, much loved mother of Enid, David, Geraint, Tudor, John, loving grandmother and Nain of Owen, Natalie, Lloyd, and Rose, sister of John Richard and lifelong friend to his wife Mary, and aunt to Hugh, Gwena and Richard of Tyddyn Melus, Conwy.
Andrews, "Liberal Religion and Free Love: An Undiscovered Afro- American Novel of the 1890s," MELUS 9.
During her interview with Melus, Paule Marshall explained how and why she crafted Harriet as a manifestation of American imperialism, derived from concepts and philosophies first initiated by the British Empire: "American families were very directly involved [in the slave trade]--not only the men, the captains, brokers, and slave owners--but also .
She is book reviews editor for MELUS and has previously served on the executive board of the Association for Asian American Studies.
Literary Depictions of Henry Berry Lowry: Mythic, Romantic and Tragic," MELUS 17.
Townsend: Megan Andrew, Joseph Balboni, Sabrina Cziria, Eammon Gosselin, Kristen Hayward, Jessica Hebert, Maria Imperiali, Brendan Keohane, Justin Keohane, Grace Linstrom, Victoria Lorden, Jennifer Malcolm, Kylie Martin, Brianna Melus, Patrick Mercier, Kyle Michaud, Tyler Michaud, Brian Ouellette, Mallory-Anne Perron, Catherine Proctor, Ryan Richard, Christopher Robinson, Brianna Rousseau, Joseph Turner, Jacob Watkins, Rachel Weiland
Christopher Douglas's A Genealogy of Literary Multiculturalism has already garnered diverse praise--from glowing reviews in Modern Fiction Studies and MELUS to a position on Choice's 2009 list of "Outstanding Academic Tides.
Townsend: Megan Andrew, Joseph Balboni, Casey Bonner, Christina Bowers, Jessica Cahill, Denise Chisholm, Michael Cromwell, Emiley DeLeo, Annette Freeman, Eammon Gosselin, D-Amber Grantham, Sebastian Hamilton, Kathryn Hayward, Kristen Hayward, Maria Imperiali, Ian Johnson, Brendan Keohane, Ashley Lucente, Ashley Marden, Kylie Martin, Brianna Melus, Patrick Mercier, Kyle Michaud, Brian Ouellette, Catherine Proctor, Roger Rapoza, Antonio Ricciuti, Ryan Richard, Brianna Rousseau, Jayne Severens, Jessica Short, Kylee Tidman, Emma Troche, Jessica Whitcraft and Ashley White
None from American Literary History, or Callaloo, or MELUS, or Amerasian Journal, etc.
9) See, for instance, Julie Barak, "'Turning and Turning in the Widening Gyre': A Second Coming into Language in Julia Alvarez's How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents," MELUS 23.
Townsend: Megan Andrew, Joseph Balboni, Samantha Berlandi, Casey Bonner, Christina Bowers, Jessica Cahill, Lindsay Carey, Denise Chisholm, Sabrina Cziria, Evan DeAmicis, Lindsay Dunbar, Nicole Goodman, D-Amber Grantham, Kathryn Hayward, Kimberly Heymann, Maria Imperiali, Chance Joyner, Nicholas Lancey, Victoria Lorden, Peter Lustig, Ashley Marden, Kylie Martin, Fiina Mattson, Brianna Melus, Michal Mercier, Mallory-Anne Perron, Catherine Proctor, Ryan Richard, Timothy Ritter, Jayne Severens, Jessica Short, Juliana Steadman, Kylee Tidman, Jessica Whitcraft and Ashley White.
See Tracy, " 'Something You Don't Expect': The Recordings of Bert Williams," MELUS 29.