ICYMI: New & Notable Articles (25 Mar 2024)

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Each week, we collect the articles that we posted in the last week and put them all in one place, right here on the blog. So no worries if you missed an article we posted to Facebook, X/Twitter, Mastodon, Threads, Bluesky, Instagram and/or LinkedIn

Here they are, In Case You Missed It: 

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A Worldview Requires a Center

Alison Cornish

Dante Studies
Volume 140, 2022

“From the center to the circle, from the circle to the center,” Dante wrote, regarding Thomas Aquinas ceding the floor to Beatrice

In Dante Studies, Alison Cornish explores how this simple passage reveals the cosmological model of Dante's universe

Read free thru 5 April
 

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The Coptic Act of Peter in Late Antiquity:Virginity, Disability, Intertextuality

Luke Drake

Journal of Early Christian Studies
Volume 31, Number 4, Winter 2023

Did you know that the Coptic “Act of Peter” might be a late ancient Christian reformulation of an early Jewish temple tradition?

Read more on the context & implications of this intertextual relationship discussed in Journal of Early Christian Studies

Read free thru 5 April
 

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Elephants, Christians, and Pagans in the History of Sexuality

Niki Kasumi Clements

Arethusa
Volume 56, Number 3, Fall 2023

Focusing on the "moral of the elephant,” Niki Kasumi Clements re-evaluates Foucault's “tournant antique” to better understand his shift from early modern Christianity through to Ancient Greek philosophers in the later years of the History of Sexuality

Read free in Arethusa thru 5 April
 

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Navigating the Copyright Alternative in Small Claims Enforcement (CASE) Act in an Education and Library Environment

Tomas A. Lipinski

Library Trends
Volume 71, Number 1, August 2022

The 2019 Copy Alternative in Small Claims Enforcement (CASE) Act may seem like a mouthful, and its processes even more complex.

Tomas A. Lipinski examines the pros and cons of the new law in Library Trends, free thru 5 April
 

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The Hand of the Slave and the Hand of the Martyr: Pamphilus of Caesarea, Autography, and the Rise of Textual Relics

Sabrina Inowlocki

Journal of Late Antiquity
Volume 16, Number 2, Fall 2023

From the hand of an enslaved copyist to the hand of a martyr, textual gestures performed in one’s own hand take on a new meaning in Sabrina Inowlocki’s article in the newest volume of the Journal of Late Antiquity.

Read free thru 5 April
 

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"We Knew We Were Being Watched": Adultification and Coming of Age in Jacqueline Woodson’s Another Brooklyn

Adam Dawson

Studies in American Fiction
Volume 49, Issue 1, Spring 2022

The perils of the adultifying gaze in Jacqueline Woodson’s 2016 autobiographical novel Another Brooklyn parallels the dangers of the white gaze in Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye

Read Adam Dawson's analysis, free in Studies in American Fiction thru 29 March

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Thought Reform in Daily Life: Revolutionary Ideology and the Self of a Chinese College Student, 1951–1953

Haolan Zheng and Letian Zhang

Twentieth-Century China
Volume 49, Number 1, January 2024

Follow the fascinating day-to-day experience of a college student living during China’s Thought Reform campaign through in-depth analysis of personal diaries and official archives

Free in the new Twentieth-Century China thru 29 March

 

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Offering Life, Love, and Hospitality: The Icon as Lens for the Intersection of Aesthetic and Religious Phenomenality in Three Contemporary Accounts

Christina M. Gschwandtner

Journal of Orthodox Christian Studies
Volume 5, Number 1, 2022

How do the aesthetic and religious dimensions of three phenomenologists (Henry, Marion, & Kearney) overlap, parallel, and play into their respective analyses of art?

Already one of 2024's most-read articles, in Journal of Orthodox Christian Studies.

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Aesthetic Radicals: White Violence as Exclusion in William Faulkner’s US South and Guðbergur Bergsson’s Iceland

Jenna Grace Sciuto

The Faulkner Journal
Volume 34, Number 1, Spring 2020

How do the novels of Faulkner and Guðbergur Bergsson reveal complex regional histories of the US South and Iceland and their respective colonial dynamics?

Explore the authors' portrayals of racial fanaticism, free in The Faulkner Journal thru 29 March

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Public Humanities and Agents of Change: Have We Been Doing This All Along?

Meredith Lyn Jeffers

Hispania
Volume 106, Number 4, December 2023

In Hispania, Meredith Lyn Jeffers analyzes how public humanities is centered on cultural studies and how students in public humanities projects can serve as agents of cultural change

Read more how they can accomplish these goals, free thru 29 March

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