Bilkent Journal Publications

Department of American Culture and Literature
Select a period:
 2016
  • J. Mansbridge, "Fantasies of Exposure: Belly Dancing, the Veil, and the Drag of History", J of Popular Culture, 49, 29-56 (2016)  PDF
  • J. Reimer, "Tijuana Transa: Transa as Metaphor and Theory on the US–Mexico Border", J of Transnational American Studies, 7.  PDF
  • J. Reimer, "Latin@Studies Abroad: Making the Transnational International", Latino Studies, 14, 258-264 (2016)  PDF
 2015
  • D. Bryson, "Mark A May: Scientific administrator, human engineer", History of the Human Sciences, 28, 80-114 (2015)  PDF
  • D. Johnson, "'Hot-Heads, Gentlemen and the Liberties of Tradesmen: Popular Politics and the Philadelphia Tanners' Affair of 1739", Cultural and Social History, 12, 343-364 (2015)  PDF
  • J. Mansbridge, "Racing Toward History: Utopia and Progress in John Guare's A Free Man of Color", Modern Drama, 58, 413-436 (2015)
 2014
  • J.A. Reimer, "All the Pretty Mexican Girls: Whiteness and Racial Desire in Cormac McCarthy's All the Pretty Horses and Cities of the Plain", Western American Literature, 48, 432-442 (2014)  PDF
  • J.A. Reimer, "!Americano! Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers Rock the Borderlands of Transnational America", J of Popular Music Studies, 26, 468-487 (2014)  PDF
  • J.A. Reimer, "Disordering a Border: Harryette Mullen's Transborder Poetics in Muse & Drudge", Ariel-A Review of International English Literature, 45, 151-183 (2014)  PDF
  • C. Rivera, "The Brown Threat: Post 9/11 Conflations of Latina/os and Muslims in the American Imagination", Latino Studies, 12, 44-64 (2014)  PDF
 2011
  • E.L. Demirturk, "Revisionary Reconstructions of Urban Spaces: Claiming The Barrio as "Homely" Site in Nicholasa Mohr's Nilda", J of Literature and Art Studies, 1, 151-157 (2011)
  • E.L. Demirturk, "Parodies of Whiteness: Discursive Frames of Recognition in Percival Everett's I am Not Sidney Poitier", J of Literature and Art Studies, 1, 83-95 (2011)
 2010
  • D. Bryson, "Anthropology in History: Lewis Henry Morgan and Margaret Mead", Reviews in American History, 38, 480-486 (2010)
 2009
  • D. Bryson, "Personality and Culture, the Social Science Research Council, and Liberal Social Engineering: The Advisory Committee on Personality and Culture, 1930-1934", J of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, 45, 355-386 (2009)
  • E. Kohn, "A Most Revolting State of Affairs: Theodore Roosevelt's Aldermanic Bill and the New York Assembly City Investigating Committee of 1884", American Nineteenth Century History, 10, 71-92 (2009)
 2008
  • E.L. Demirturk, "Narrativizing Africa Within the Discourse of Modernity: Richard Wright's Black Power", CLAJ - College Language Association, 51, 227-247 (2008)
  • C. Ireland, D. Carvounas, "Precariousness, the Secured Present and the Future of the Future: Learning from Koselleck and Extrapolating from Elias", Time and Society, 17, 155-178 (2008)
 2007
  • E.L. Demirturk, "The Politics of Racelessness in Richard Wrights "The Outsider"", CLAJ - College Language Association, 50, 279-297 (2007)
  • D. Faflik, "Boardinghouse Life, Boardinghouse Letters", Studies in the Literary Imagination, 40.
 2006
  • E.L. Demirturk, "Writing the Urban Discourse into the Black Ghetto Imaginary: Louise Meriwether's Daddy Was a Number Runner", Southern Literary Journal, 39, 71-82 (2006)
  • E. Kohn, "Crossing the Rubicon: Theodore Roosevelt, Henry Cabot Lodge, and the 1884 Republican National Convention", The J of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 5, 18-45 (2006)
  • E. Kohn, "A Necessary Defeat: Theodore Roosevelt and the New York Mayoral Election of 1886", New York History, 10, 205-227 (2006)
 2005
  • D. Bryson, "Personality and Culture and Rockefeller Philanthropy", Research Reports from the Rockefeller Archive Center., 14-19 (2005)
  • D. Bryson, "Toward a New Science of Man: Rockefeller Phianthropy and the Renovation of the Human Sciences in the United States", Intellectual News: Rev of Int Soc for Intellect History, 15, 61-69 (2005)
  • E.L. Demirturk, "Mapping the Interstitial Space of 'Black' and 'Western': Richard Wright's White Man, Listen", CLAJ - College Language Association, 49, 45-55 (2005)
  • E.L. Demirturk, "Reinscribing the Racial Subject in 'Public Transcript': Richard Wright's Black Boy (American Hunger)", Auto/Biography Studies, 20, 268-281 (2005)
  • D.G. Nicholls, "The short fiction of George Wylie Henderson: a selection", African American Review, 39, 491-499 (2005)
 2004
  • E.L. Demirturk, "Postcolonical Reflections on the Discourse of Whiteness: Paule Marshall's The Chosen Place, The Timeless People", CLAJ - College Language Association, 48, 88-102 (2004)
 2003
  • I. Balkir, "Turkish Fantasies, European Anxieties", Annals of Scholarship, 14, 135-140 (2003)
  • C. Sampsell, "Three Generations of Grass': Photography, Liberalism, and the Myth of the American Yeoman", History of Photography, 27, 1-10 (2003)
  • T. Winter, "Gender&Urban Development in 'The City of Big Shoulders', 1877-1933", Reviews in American History, 31, 564-571 (2003)
 2002
  • D. Bunch, "Dangerous Spending Habits: The Epistomology of Edna Pontellier's Extravagant Expenditures in The Awakening", Mississippi Quarterly, 55, 43-61 (2002)
  • S. Palmer, "Realistic magic in William Dean Howells Fiction", Nineteenth Century Literature, 57, 210-236 (2002)
  • S. Palmer, "Teaching Social Conflict in Turkish American Studies", Pedagogy, 2, 396-408 (2002)
  • S. Pound, "Poet's Prose and the Literary Field", West Coast Line, 36, 90 (2002)
 2001
  • D. Bunch, "The erotic economy of Ellen Glasgow's Barren Ground", Southern Literary Journal., 16-33 (2001)
  • E.L. Demirturk, "The Making and Unmaking of Whiteness: Richard Wright's Rite of Passage", Melus, 26, 83-94 (2001)
 2000
  • B.J. Komins, D.G. Nicholls, "Developing a humanities core curriculum program in Turkey", Profession., 54-61 (2000)
  • D.G. Nicholls, "Traffic Signs, Dakar", Public Culture, 12, 574-575 (2000)
 1999
  • E.L. Demirturk, "Teaching African-American Literature in Turkey: The Politics of Pedagogy", College Literature, 26, 166-175 (1999)
  • E.L. Demirturk, "Mapping the Terrain of Whiteness: Richard Wright's Savage Holiday", Melus, 24, 129-140 (1999)
  • D.G. Nicholls, "The Folk as Alternative Modernity: Claude McKay's Banana Bottom and the Romance of Nature", J of Modern Literature, 23, 79-94 (1999)
  • D.G. Nicholls, "Migrant Labor, Folklore and Resistance in Hurston's Polk County: Reframing Mules and Men", African American Review, 33, 467-479 (1999)
  • T. Winter, "The Healthful Art of Dancing: Luther Halsey Gulick, Gender, the Body and the Performativity of National Identity", J of American Culture, 22, 35-44 (1999)
  • T. Winter, "Personality, Character, and Self-Expression: The YMCA and the Construction of Manhood and Class, 1877-1920", Men and Masculinities, 2, 272-286 (1999)
 1998
  • A. Bomberger, "The servant and the served: Ellen Douglas's Can't Quit You, Baby", Southern Literary Journal, 31, 17-34 (1998)
 1997
  • E.L. Demirturk, "Mastering the Master's Tongue: Bigger as Oppressor in Richard Wright's Native Son", Mississippi Quarterly, 50, 267-276 (1997)
 1996
  • P. Grieco, "American Romantic Tradition and the Proletarian Novel in the 1930's", J of American Culture and Literature., 125-132 (1996)
  • P. Grieco, "Coat of Many Colors by Eugene Eoyang", Forkroads: J of Ethnic American Literature., 84-85 (1996)
 1995
  • I. Balkir, "Henry James and the Imperial Feeling", American Studies International, 33, 17-31 (1995)
  • P. Grieco, "Large from a Distance", Forkroads: J of Ethnic American Literature., 27-34 (1995)
  • K. Postma, "Rabbits", Clockwatch Review, 9, 59-62 (1995)