Publications by the English Department faculty members are collected here.

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Submissions from 2015

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Making and Breaking the Superhero Quotidian: How All-Star Superman Embodies and Revises the Everyday, Frank Bramlett

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Review of Social Class in Applied Linguistics by David Block, Frank Bramlett

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The role of culture in comics of the quotidian, Frank Bramlett

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Community Chairs as a Catalyst for Campus Collaboration in STEM, Neal Grandgenett, David Boocker, Hesham Ali, Angela M. Hodge, Brian Dorn, and Christine E. Cutucache

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Which Side are You On? The Worlds of Grant Morrison, Francesco-Alessio Ursini, Adnan Mahmutovic, and Frank Bramlett

Submissions from 2014

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Editorial Cartoons: Is Michael Sam gay? or is he black?, Frank Bramlett

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How do comics artists use speech balloons?, Frank Bramlett

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How do song and speech go together in comics panels?, Frank Bramlett

Submissions from 2013

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Are comics predictive, or do they simply follow the society they’re produced in?, Frank Bramlett

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Are more countries on their way to having a culture of comic book readers?, Frank Bramlett

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Does Swamp Thing have a penis?, Frank Bramlett

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How do comics talk about love?, Frank Bramlett

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How do Southern, racial, and sexual identities mix?, Frank Bramlett

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Is there a new kind of hero in comics?, Frank Bramlett

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What are the properties of editorial cartoons that heal?, Frank Bramlett

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What roles might linguistic arbitrariness play in Krazy Kat?, Frank Bramlett

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Which is Frank’s favorite post by Roy?, Frank Bramlett

Submissions from 2012

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Are Rage Comics Really Comics?, Frank Bramlett

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Does Alan Moore Have the (Untranslatable) Approach to Translation?, Frank Bramlett

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Does Mooch the Cat speak French?, Frank Bramlett

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How Do the Absurd and the Realistic Blend in Comic Strips?, Frank Bramlett

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How do we read comics of the quotidian? (Part III of a Series), Frank Bramlett

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How Do We Read Comics of the Quotidian? (Part II of a Series), Frank Bramlett

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How Do We Read Comics of the Quotidian? (Part I of a Series), Frank Bramlett

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How Will We Manage the Alt Text?, Frank Bramlett

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What can found art teach us about comics?, Frank Bramlett

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When is a (comic book) house a (comic book) home?, Frank Bramlett

Submissions from 2011

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How Do Comics Artists Create Sound Effects in Spanish and English?, Frank Bramlett

Submissions from 2010

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The Confluence of Heroism, Sissyhood, and Camp in The Rawhide Kid: Slap Leather, Frank Bramlett

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The Moderating Roles of Gender and Anti-Gay Prejudice in Explaining Stigma by Association in Male Dyads, Stephen D. Jefferson and Frank Bramlett

Submissions from 2007

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Review of Creating Language Crimes: How Law Enforcement Uses (and Misuses) Language By Roger W. Shuy, Frank Bramlett

Submissions from 2004

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Redefining Intimacy: Carver and Conversation, Frank Bramlett and David Raabe

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Review of Moving Out: A Nebraska Woman's Life, Susan Naramore Maher

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A Charismatic Iranian American Engineer, Jane Meehan

Submissions from 2003

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A Different Kind of Bilingüismo, Frank Bramlett

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Cartoons and Pronoun Trouble, Frank Bramlett

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Name Trouble - Part One, Frank Bramlett

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Name Trouble - Part Two, Frank Bramlett

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Review of Masquerade and Identities: Essays on Gender, Sexuality, and Marginality by Efrat Tseëlon, Frank Bramlett

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Sentence Forms' and Corporate Responsibility, Frank Bramlett

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So What's Your Point? Relevancy in Conversation, Frank Bramlett

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What are Conversation Systems?, Frank Bramlett

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What Are Functional Shifts?, Frank Bramlett

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What Part English, What Part Spanish?, Frank Bramlett

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What Really Makes a Word, Frank Bramlett

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Y'all Better Ask Somebody, Frank Bramlett

Submissions from 2002

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Review of Mediated discourse: The nexus of practice. London: Routledge by Ron Scollon, Frank Bramlett

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Review of Progay/Antigay: The Rhetorical War Over Sexuality by Ralph R. Smith and Russell R. Windes, Frank Bramlett

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Slang: Awful Spector of Sloth?, Frank Bramlett

Submissions from 2001

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Review of English grammar: prescriptive, descriptive, generative, performance by Kathryn Riley and Frank Parker, Frank Bramlett

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Review of English syntax: From word to discourse by Lynn M. Berk, Frank Bramlett

Submissions from 1999

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Discourse knowledge and activity type in social service interview openings: ‘Okay Miss Debby Girl tell me what’s going on.’, Frank Bramlett

Submissions from 1996

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Tips for the Academic Teacher Working with Nonnative Speakers of English, Sue Lee and Frank Bramlett