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Publications of the Department of Humanities and Languages


Healing the Nation: Literature, Progress and Christian Science,
Ashley Squires, Indiana University Press.

“Dostoevsky’s demons”, Kuznetsova, Irina. The Hermeneutics of Hell: Devilish Visions and Visions of the Devil in World Literature, eds. Gregor Thuswaldner, Daniel RussPalgrave Macmillan, 2017. 165-186.


All the News Worth Reading: The Christian Science Monitor and the Professionalization of Journalism, Ashley Squires, Book History (September 2015). 
A Decisive Step, Ivan Eubanks, forthcoming in Directory of Central Asian Cinema, ed. Birgit Beumers (Bristol, UK: Intellect, Ltd., 2015).

Tolstoy against the Canon—Intersections of the Ethical, Economic, Theological and Aesthetic in What Is Art?, Ivan Euanks, in Revolutions—Why They Succeed and Why They Fail, ed. J. Harold Ellens. 3 vols. (Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger, 2013), III: 31 – 44.

The Standard Oil Treatment: Willa Cather, The Life of Mary Baker G. Eddy, and Early Twentieth Century Collaborative Authorship >>> Ashley Squires, in Studies in the Novel 45.3 (Fall 2013): 328-48.

“The tracks of Dostoevsky on the snow of Thomas Mann’s The Magic Mountain.” Dostoevsky: Materiali i issledovania, Kuznetsova, Irina. Russian Academy of Science, Institute of Russian Literature (Pushkin Dom) (2013 Vol. 20), St. Petersburg. 438-454.


"The Possessed: The Demonic and Demonized East and West in Thomas Mann’s Der Zauberberg and Dostoevsky's Demons,Kuznetsova, Irina. German Quarterly, 85 (2012, No. 3). 275-94.



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