Selected Faculty Publications
- Margaret Cavendish and the Exiles of the Mind. University Press of Kentucky, 1998.
Tracie Church Guzzio
- All Stories Are True: History, Myth and Trauma in the Work of John Edgar Wideman. Jackson: University of Mississippi Press, 2011
- The Twentieth-Century Encyclopedia of African American Literature. Associate editor (along with Loretta Woodward and Mel Donalson). Ed. Wilfred Samuels. New York, NY: Facts on File. 2007 (Multiple entries: including “August Wilson,” “Ralph Ellison,” “Harriet Jacobs,” “Ernest Gaines;” Angelina Weld Grimke;” “George Wolfe,” “Flight to Canada,” “Ishmael Reed,” “Jean Toomer,” “Charles Chesnutt,” “Albert French,” “Brothers and Keepers,” and numerous others)
- Beatrix Potter: Writing in Code. Routledge, 2002.
- Empire’s Children: Imperialism and Colonialism in Classic British Children’s Books. Garland, 2000.
- Multicultural Fiction for Young Adults. Greenwood, 1995.
- Translated Guernica and Other Poems by Carlos de Oliviera. Guernica Editions, 2003.
- Translated Forbidden Words: Selected Poetry of Eugenio de Andrade. New Directions, 2003.
- Translated News from the Blockade and Other Poems by Egito Gonclaves. Guernica Editions, 2002.
- Translated Dark Domain by Eugenio de Andrade. Guernica Editions, 2000.
- Translated Another Name for Earth / O Outro Nome de Terra by Eugenio de Andrade. Q E D Press, 1997.
- Translated The Bicycle and Other Poems by Alexandre O'Neill. Asylum Arts Publishing, 1995.
- Translated Solar Matter: Materia Solar by Eugenio de Andrade. Q E D Press, 1995.
Morrissey, Thomas J.
- Pinocchio Goes Postmodern: Perils of a Puppet in the United States. Routledge, 2003.
- Utopian and Dystopian Writing for Children and Young Adults, essay collection co-edited with Dr. Carrie Hintz. NY: Routledge, 2003.
- Social Dreaming: Dickens and the Fairy Tale. NY: Routledge, 2002.
- “A Shear Pin’s Nothing,” Bellevue Literary Review, 2010
- “Columbus Day,” New Millennium Writings, 2007.
- “The Unnecessary Cat,” Georgia Review, 2007.
- “Maybe Someone Should Call the Commodores,” North American Review, 2007.
- “The Vanishing Act.” Traditional Bowhunter Magazine, 2007.
- “Go Ride the Train,” North American Review, 2005.
- “Red Queen,” Chattahoochee Review, 2005.
- “Magical Growth and Moral Lessons; or, How the Conduct Book Informed Victorian and Edwardian Children's Fantasy” The Lion and the Unicorn 27 (January 2003): 27-56.
- “When ‘I’ Became Ethnic: Ethnogenesis and Three Early Puerto Rican Diaspora Writers.” Centro: The Journal of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies. 14.2 (Fall 2002): 181-197.
- “John Dryden’s Angry Readers.” In Books and Readers in Early Modern England. Ed. Jennifer Andersen and Elizabeth Sauer. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2002
- “‘To Conclude Aright within Ourselves’: Narcissus Luttrell and the Burden of the Protestant Reader.” In The Reader Revealed. Ed. Sabrina Alcorn Baron. Washington, DC: Folger Shakespeare Library, 2001. 75-84
Tracie Church Guzzio
- “Hearts of Darkness: Race and Romance in Jane Campion’s The Piano” in Reel Rebels. Edited by Oscar de Los Santos. NY: Fine Tooth Press, 2008. 51-62.
- “Percival Everett” in American Writers. Ed. Jay Parini. Farmington Hills, MI.: Gale/Scribners, 2008.
- “All My Father’s Texts:” John Edgar Wideman’s Historical Vision in Philadelphia Fire, The Cattle Killing, and Fatheralong.” In Critical Essays on John Edgar Wideman. Ed. Bonnie Tusmith and Keith Byerman. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press; 2006. 175-191.
- “Courtside: Race and Basketball in the Work of John Edgar Wideman.” In In the Game: Race, Identity, and Sports in the Twentieth Century. Ed. Amy Bass. New York: Palgrave/ Macmillan, 2005. 221-237.
- “Ngugi wa Thiongo” in World Writers, Ed. Jay Parini; Farmington, MI: Charles Scribner’s and Sons; 2004
- “Ralph Ellison” in American Writers, Ed. Jay Parini; Charles Scribner’s and Sons; 2002
- “Ishmael Reed” in American Writers, Ed. Jay Parini; Charles Scribner’s and Sons; 2001
- “Jean Toomer” in American Writers, Ed. Jay Parini; Charles Scribner’s and Sons; 2001
- “Selections from Confessio Amantis,” chap. 3 of Medieval Literature for Children, ed. Daniel Kline (New York: Routledge, 2003), 45-61.
- “War Romanticized: The Evolution of the Chivalric Ideal,” in War and Its Uses: Conflict and Creativity, ed. Bruce A. Butterfield and Jurgen Kleist, Plattsburgh Studies in the Humanities 6 (New York: Peter Lang, 1999) 1-36.
- “‘A Good War Spoiled,’ Part Two: Troy in the Late Middle Ages,” in The Spoils of War: The Bright and Bitter Fruits of Human Conflict, ed. Bruce A. Butterfield and Jurgen Kleist, Plattsburgh Studies in the Humanities 5 (New York: Peter Lang, 1997) 13-39.
- “My Family First: Draft-Dodging Parents in the Confessio Amantis,” in Children and Family in the Middle Ages, Essays in Medieval Studies 12 (Chicago: Illinois Medieval Association, 1996) 55-68.
- “Accepting Mudbloods: the Ambivalent Social Vision of J.K. Rowling’s Fairy Tales.” In Reading Harry Potter: Critical Essays. Ed. Giselle Anatol. Westport, CT: Praeger, 2003. 89-102.
- “Confronting the ‘Screaming Baboon’: Notes on Race, Literature and Pedagogy.” In Race and the College Classroom. Ed. Bonnie Tusmith and Maureen T. Reddy. Rutgers University Press, 2002. 213-225.
- “Legacy” (poem), Valparaiso Poetry Review, Fall/Winter 2004-2005.
- “Hoops” (poem), Puerto del Sol vol. 39.1 (2004).
- “Salchichon Soup” (story), Left Curve Magazine March, 2004.
- “Making Tracks,” "Madre(Patria)” and "Blood" (poems), Blue Collar Review, Summer, 2003.
- “Carimbo” (poem), Timbooktu Online Magazine.
If you would like more information about English programs at SUNY Plattsburgh, please contact
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