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Submissions from 2019

Article: Bugs and Sam: Nick Adams’s Guides in Hemingway’s "The Battler" and "The Killers", John Beall

Article: Wasted Bulls and Fungus-Ridden Fish: Waste, Travel, and Entitlement in Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Andrew Bishop

Article: "Hurray for Foreigners!" Reading Hemingway’s Spain in the Context of Tourism Studies, Danielle Clapham

Article: The Poetics of Six-Word Stories, David Fishelov

Article: What Dr. Adams and Dr. Hemingway May Tell Us about Ernest, Peter L. Hays

Essay: "I’m not sick," I said. "I’m wounded": Disrupting Wounded Masculinity through the Lyrical Spaces of War, Cheryl Hindrichs

Article: Mapping McCarthy in the Age of Neoconservatism, or the Politics of Affect in The Road, David Holloway

Article: What If It’s the Mannlicher?: A Letter Complicates the Ending of "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber", Ellen Andrews Knodt

Article: Ernest Hemingway in Turkey: From the Quai at Smyrna to A Farewell to Arms, Adam Long

Article: The Space Between the Doors: Breaking through the Boundaries of War and Gender Binaries in Hemingway’s The Fifth Column, Stefani Overman-Tsai

Article: Translation Analysis of Taxis in “The Old Man and the Sea” Novel (Systemic Functional Linguistics Approach), Arso Setyaji, Sri Samiati Tarjana, M. R. Nababan, and Tri Wiratno

Article: Straight, Pure, and Natural: Spiritualization and Penile Prostheses in Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Aaron Shaheen

Article: Reading the Paper: A Bibliographic Approach to Hemingway’s In Our Time, Michael Thurston

Article: Study on the Images of the Code Hero Fighting Alone in Hemingway’s Works, Xin Zheng

Submissions from 2018

Book Chapter: The Sea Has Many Voices: A Maritime Studies Experience of The Old Man and the Sea, Susan F. Beegel

Book: The Man Who Wasn’t There: A Life of Ernest Hemingway, Richard Bradford

Book Chapter: Blooming Hemingway, Cam Cobb and Michael K. Potter

Book: The Pull of Politics: Steinbeck, Wright, Hemingway, and the Left in the Late 1930s, Milton A. Cohen

Book Chapter: "I Hated to Leave France": The Geography and Terrain of Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Donald A. Daiker

Book Chapter: Racial Politics to Social Action: Teaching Self/Other Dilemma in Hemingway’s Works, Mayuri Deka

Book: Autumn in Venice: Ernest Hemingway and His Last Muse, Andrea Di Robilant

Book: The Paris Husband: How It Really Was Between Ernest and Hadley Hemingway, Scott Donaldson

Book Chapter: Mexicans in Montana: Teaching Hemingway and Los Betaleberos in "The Gambler, the Nun, and the Radio", Sarah Driscoll

Book Chapter: Reading Between the (Color) Lines: Teaching Race in Hemingway’s "The Battler", Marc Dudley

Essay: Hemingway’s Thrice-Told Tale: A Farewell to Arms and Noncombatant Fantasy, Keith Gandal

Essay: Noncombatant Mobilization Wounds: The Postwar Masterpieces of Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Faulkner, Keith Gandal

Essay: The Horrors of War Mobilization: The Early Works of Hemingway, Fitzgerald, Faulkner, and Dos Passos, Keith Gandal

Book Chapter: On Familiar Ground: Intimate Geographies and Assumptions of Place in Hemingway’s Nick Adams Stories, Laura Gruber Godfrey

Book Chapter: It’s All About a Perfect Drift: Reading the Fishing Metaphor in "Big Two-Hearted River", Larry Grimes

Book Chapter: "Shootism" Versus "Sport" in Hemingway’s "Macomber", Gary Harrington

Book Chapter: Pity and the Beasts: Teaching Hemingway’s Stories via Sympathy for Animals, Ryan Hediger

Internet Resource: Clean, Well-Spoken: Hemingway’s Cuban Spanish, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Internet Resource: Letter from Madrid: Where Hemingway Meets Cervantes, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Book Chapter: "Summer People, Some Are Not": Seasonal Visitors, Cottage-ing, and the Exoticism of Hemingway’s Michigan, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Book Chapter: A Classroom Approach to Black Presence in The Sun Also Rises, Gary Edward Holcomb

Book: Teaching Hemingway and Race, Gary Edward Holcomb

Book Chapter: Teaching Hemingway and Race: An Introduction, Gary Edward Holcomb

Book Chapter: Man or Fish? An Ecocritical Reading of The Old Man and the Sea, Allen C. Jones

Book: Ernest Hemingway: Artifacts from a Life, Michael Katakis

Book Chapter: Skiing with Papa: Teaching Hemingway in the Backcountry Snow, Scott Knickerbocker

Book Chapter: "Nick trailed his hand in the water": Understanding the Importance of Landscape in In Our Time, Ellen Andrews Knodt

Article: Masculinity (De-) Construction and the Inner Strength Motif in John Irvin’s Hemingway’s Garden of Eden, Dennis B. Ledden

Essay: Equivocation and Barbarism: Hemingway’s Modernist Mistranslations, Laura Lonsdale

Book Chapter: Introduction, Kevin Maier

Book: Teaching Hemingway and the Natural World, Kevin Maier

Book Chapter: Flashbacks and the Trials of Hemingway’s War Veterans: Healing in the Natural World, Robert McParland

Book Chapter: Teaching the Conflicts in "The Snows of Kilimanjaro", Sean Milligan

Book Chapter: Lost in Transition: Questions of Belonging in Hemingway’s "Soldier’s Home" and Hughes’s "Home", Joshua M. Murray

Book Chapter: Organic Space and Time: Using Henri Bergson to Explain Nick Adams’s Intuition of the World in "Big Two-Hearted River", Scott Ortolano

Book: Hemingway at Eighteen: The Pivotal Year That Launched an American Legend, Steve Paul

Book: Reading and Interpreting the Works of Ernest Hemingway, Timothy J. Pingelton

Book Chapter: Teaching the Harlem Renaissance through Hemingway: Divergences and Intersections of The New Negro and In Our Time, Candice Pipes

Essay: Cost of Hemingway’s One Night at the Perry Hotel in Petoskey? Seventy-Five Cents!, D. Laurence Rogers

Essay: "How Do You Like My Book?" Asked Hemingway: "Not Much. Movie Was Worse." Replied Jack Parker, D. Laurence Rogers

Book Chapter: A Darwinian Reading of "Big Two-Hearted River": The Re-enchantment of Nick Adams?, Michael Kim Roos

Book: Reading Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea: Glossary and Commentary, Bickford Sylvester, Larry Grimes, and Peter L. Hays

Book Chapter: A Few Practical Things: Death in the Afternoon and Hemingway’s Natural Pedagogy, Ross K. Tangedal

Book Chapter: Hemingway’s Experts: Teaching Race in Death in the Afternoon and Green Hills of Africa, Ross K. Tangedal

Book Chapter: Teaching the Pastoral and Race in Jean Toomer, Ernest Hemingway, and Ernest Gaines, Matthew Teutsch

Book Chapter: Not Against Nature: Hemingway, Fishing, and the Cramp of an Environmental Ethic, Rick Van Noy and Dan Woods

Book: Hemingway’s Havana: A Reflection of the Writer’s Life in Cuba, Robert Wheeler

Book Chapter: Teaching Hemingway Short Stories through the Lens of Critical Race Theory, Margaret E. Wright-Cleveland

Submissions from 2017

Book Chapter: The Many Faces of Defeat: Italian Ideological Contexts in Frederic Henry’s Caporetto, Lean Alberto

Book: Ava: A Life in Movies, Kendra Bean and Anthony Uzarowski

Book: Paradise Lost: A Life of F Scott Fitzgerald, David S. Brown

Book Chapter: Remembering Ernest Hemingway: And the Sad Epilogue of a Hero Described in the Novel Across the River and into the Trees, Ruggero Caumo and Mark Cirino

Book Chapter: Hemingway and Italy: An Introduction, Mark Cirino and Mark P. Ott

Book: Hemingway and Italy: Twenty-First-Century Perspectives, Mark Cirino and Mark P. Ott

Book Chapter: Dear Children (Good and Bad), You Are Cordially Invited to a Roasting of Instructional Literature, Cam Cobb

Book Chapter: Across the Associate Editorship of the Harvard Lampoon and onto the Wall above the Urinal: The Reach and Legacy of E. B. White’s "Across the Street and into the Grill", Kirk Curnutt

Book: Reading Hemingway’s To Have and Have Not: Glossary and Commentary, Kirk Curnutt

Book: Ernest Hemingway: A Biography, Mary V. Dearborn

Book Chapter: Ernest, Hadley, and Italy, Scott Donaldson

Book: Hemingway’s Brain, Andrew Farah

Book Chapter: Across the River and into the Trees: A Trigonometric Mirror, Marina Gradoli

Internet Resource: Hemingway’s Cuban English, Jeffrey Herlihy-Mera

Book Chapter: Address to the Hemingway Society Congress: Venice, June 22, 2014, Giacomo Ivancich

Book Chapter: A "Very Complicated" Diet for a Lion: The Function of Food and Drink in "The Good Lion", Kei Katsui

Essay: Havana: A Subtropical Delirium, Mark Kurlansky

Book: Historicity as Acceptable Casualty of War in Ernest Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls, Chi Kit Lo

Book Chapter: Artifice and Reality: The Blending of Venice and America in Across the River and into the Trees, Adam Long

Book Chapter: Hemingway at Lignano Sabbiadoro and in Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Davide Lorigliola and Nicholas Stangherlin

Book Chapter: Reading and Not Reading The Black Pig in A Farewell to Arms, Miriam B. Mandel

Book: The Hemingway Short Story: A Critical Appreciation, George Monteiro

Book: The Ambulance Drivers: Hemingway, Dos Passos, and a Friendship Made and Lost in War, James McGrath Morris

Book: Ernest Hemingway & Gary Cooper in Idaho: An Enduring Friendship, Larry E. Morris

Book Chapter: Winner Take All, N/A N/A

Book: Hemingway and Bimini: The Birth of Sport Fishing at "The End of the World", Ashley Oliphant

Book: Hemingway in Italy, Richard Owen

Book Chapter: Views of Venice before Hemingway, Sergio Perosa

Book Chapter: The Italian Translation of Across the River: Will It Ever Reach the Juncture?, Piero Ambrogio Pozzi and Allyson McKay

Book: Writer, Sailor, Soldier, Spy: Ernest Hemingway’s Secret Adventures, 1935-1961, Nicholas Reynolds

Internet Resource: How to Count Style: An Interview with Justin Rice from Lit Charts, Justin Rice

Essay: Portable Modernisms: The Art of Traveling Light, Emily Ridge

Book Chapter: "What If You Are Not Built That Way?" H G Wells and the Conflict of Science and Faith in A Farewell to Arms, Michael Kim Roos

Essay: Island Time: Ernest Hemingway in Key West, Florida, Shannon McKenna Schmidt and Joni Rendon

Essay: Rugged Adventurer: Ernest Hemingway, Shannon McKenna Schmidt and Joni Rendon

Essay: Six Hemingway Watering Holes, Shannon McKenna Schmidt and Joni Rendon

Book Chapter: "I Was in Italy...and I Spoke Italian": The Cosmopolitan Battlefield of A Farewell to Arms, John D. Schwetman

Book: The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, Volume 4, 1929-1931, Sandra Spanier and Miriam B. Mandel