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PhD Dissertations Since 1988



The Politics of Individuality in Modern Chinese Literature (1918-1942) by Qin Wang, Ph.D., New York University

Usonian Objects: Intermedial Modernism and Folk Art
by Lucy Ives, Ph.D., New York University


On Our Blindness: Disability Cultures of the Americas by Kevin Goldstein, Ph.D., New York University

Indian Ocean Passages: Time in Narrative of Indenture and Internment
by Nienke Boer, Ph.D., New York University

Fringe Realisms: Literature, Nation and the Invention of a Useable Present by Sonia Werner, Ph.D., New York University


Narratives of Resentment in Philosophy, Psychoanalysis, and the Law by Gonzalez, Manuel, Ph.D., New York University

Time Regulation Institutes: Time in European Literary and Cultural Imagination (1889-1950) by Ozen Dolcerocca, Ph.D., New York University

Expanded Internet Art and the Informational Milieu
by Ceci Moss, Ph.D., New York University

Timing Brevity from Chamfort to Benjamin
by Sage Anderson, Ph.D., New York University

Realism's Ruins: Destruction and Decay in Soviet and Italian Film by Emma Hamilton, Ph.D., New York University


Geographic Narrativity: Emplotments of (Neo) liberal Space in Contemporary Anglophone Novels by Connolly, Monika Anna, Ph.D., New York University

Manuscript Systems: Reading Floire et Blancheflor and Aucassin et Nicolette in Medieval Miscellany
, 1200-1400 by Mendola, Tara Scarlett, Ph.D., New York University

Unoriginal Sin: Transborder Media Flow, Visual Consumption and the Emergence of the Chinese Global Shoppers
by Yu, Liang-Hua, Ph.D., New York University


The Right to Offend: Contested Speech Acts and Critical Democratic Practice by Bot, Michiel Theodoor Jacob Ph.D., New York University, 2012, 292 pages

Melancholia in Jefferson: a study of Melancholia in William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom! And the Sound and the Fury by Chin, Stephanie, Ph.D., New York University

Getting Papers: The Terms of Legalizing Intimacies, Labors and Kinship by Gonzalez, Belkis, Ph.D., New York University

An Incomplete Socialist Modernity: Representation of the Socialist New Man in Chinese Literature, Film and Aesthetic Debate 1953-1964 by He, Xiang, Ph.D., New York University, 2013. 269 pages; AAT 3591241

The Chinese Latinization Movement: 1917-1958: Language, History and Politics by Wong, Chi Man, Ph.D., New York University


America Unbound: The Early American Geographical Imagination and the Shaping of a Nation  by Apap, Christopher C., Ph.D., New York University,  2008, 354 pages; AAT 3320765.
Modernism Before Modernity: Literature and Urban Form in Iraq, 1950-1963
by Bahoora, Haytham., Ph.D., New York University, 2010, 391 pages; AAT 3396640.

Ghost-watching American Modernity: Haunting the Hemispheric Imaginary by Blanco, Maria del Pilar. New York University, 2007. 269 pages; AAT 3284104.

Transparent Faces: The Sentimental Code in the Early Brazilian Novel by Cardoso, Andre Cabral de Almeida. New York University, 2009. 436 pages; AAT 3360467.

Realism, Violence and Representation of Migrants and Minorities in Contemporary Europe by Celik, Ipek Azime. New York University, 2009. 270 pages; AAT 3360468.

Dante's "Commedia" and the Poetics of Christian Catabasis by Foust, Lee. New York University, 2008. 378 pages; AAT 3329884.

Language Made Visible: The Invention of French in England after the Norman Conquest by Georgi, David. New York University, 2008. 392 pages; AAT 3307998.

From Lu Xun to Zhao Shuli: The Politics of Recognition in Chinese Literary Modernity: A Genealogy of Storytelling by Jiang, Hui. New York University, 2007. 243 pages; AAT 3310552.

Cuba in the American Imaginary: Literature and National Culture in Cuba and the United States, 1848-1958 by Leary, John Patrick. New York University, 2009. 383 pages; AAT 3380210.

Beyond Recovery: The Uses of History in Contemporary African American and Caribbean Literature by McMorris, Kristy K. New York University, 2010. 325 pages; AAT 3408298.

The Politics of Blood: The Poetics of (un)Belonging in the Era of Globalization by Myambo, Melissa Tandiwe. New York University, 2007. AAT 3310558.

The Eye and the Ear: Ezra Pound, Brazilian Concrete Poetry, and their Paideuma by Perez, Fernando. New York University, 2009. 392 pages; AAT 3365728.

The Poetics of the Unnarratable: Testimonial Articulations and Disarticulations in the Poetry of Uri Zvi Greenberg, Dan Pagis, and Yehuda Amichai by Perry, Yaakov. New York University, 2010. 293 pages; AAT 3396681.

After Nature: Homo oeconomicus and the Aesopic Fable by Tabas, Samuel Bradford. New York University, 2009. 387 pages; AAT 3380248.

Call For Poets: Eduardo Lourence in his Labyrinth of Images by Veloso, Carlos. New York University, 2008. 232 pages; AAT 3327238.


The Caribbean Novel and the Realization of History in the Era of Decolonization by Love, Aaron., Ph.D., New York University, 2011, 378 pages; AAT 3466923

Engaged Otherwise: Figurations of the Subject in French and Algerian Experimental Novels (Yacine, Guyotat, Duras, Djebar) by Beata, Potocki, Ph.D., New York University, 2011, 256 pages; AAT 3464591

Sentimental Mafia, This Invisible Thing of Ours: The Mafia and Politics in American and Italian Film and Media by Oram, Lydia

La Spectacle de la Nature, or Nature Display'd: the Specularization of Nature in Eighteenth-Century France and England by Hartendorf-Wallach, Bregtje


Beyond recovery: The uses of history in contemporary African American and Caribbean literature
 by McMorris, Kristy K., Ph.D., New York University, 2010, 336 pages; AAT 3408298

Educating for women's rights in three late eighteenth-century bestsellers: La Roche, Inchbald, and Rowson
 by Baucic, Reinelda Moschner, Ph.D., New York University, 2010, 381 pages; AAT 3428031

Modernism before modernity: Literature and urban form in Iraq, 1950-1963
 by Bahoora, Haytham, Ph.D., New York University, 2010, 403 pages; AAT 3396640

The poetics of the unnarratable: Testimonial disarticulations in the poetry of Uri Zvi Greenberg, Dan Pagis, and Yehuda Amichai
by Perry, Yaakov, Ph.D., New York University, 2010, 301 pages; AAT 3396681

Literary Listening: Readings in Congolese Popular Music
 by Nimis, John, Ph.D., New York University, 2010, 333 pages; AAT 3427959

Emmy Hennings DADA: Genealogie und Geschlecht in der Avantgarde 
by Behrmann, Nicola, Ph.D., New York University, 2010, 527 pages; AAT 34279082.

When Nature Begins To Write Herself---German Romantics Read The Electrophore 
by Pfannkuchen, Antje, Ph.D., New York University, 2010, 232 pages; AAT 3427962


After nature: Homo oeconomicus and the Aesopic fable 
by Tabas, Samuel Bradford, Ph.D., New York University, 2009, 395 pages; AAT 3380248

Cuba in the American imaginary: Literature and national culture in Cuba and the United States, 1848--1958
 by Leary, John Patrick, Ph.D., New York University, 2009, 392 pages; AAT 3380210

National narrative, traumatic memory and testimony: Reading traces of the Cheju April Third Incident, South Korea, 1948 by Chang, Jieun, Ph.D., New York University, 2009, 256 pages; AAT 3365697

Realism, violence and representation of migrants and minorities in contemporary Europe
 by Celik, Ipek Azime, Ph.D., New York University, 2009, 281 pages; AAT 3360468

The eye and the ear: Ezra Pound, Brazilian concrete poetry and their paideuma
 by Perez, Fernando, Ph.D., New York University, 2009, 397 pages; AAT 336572810.

Transparent faces: The sentimental code in the early Brazilian novel
 by Cardoso, Andre Cabral de Almeida, Ph.D., New York University, 2009, 446 pages; AAT 336046711.

Lacan en el cuarto contiguo: Usos de la teoria en la literatura argentina de los anos setenta 
by Deymonnaz, Santiago, Ph.D., New York University, 2009, 371 pages; AAT 3380186

The forgiveness to come: Dreams and aporias
 by Banki, Peter, Ph.D., New York University, 2009, 240 pages; AAT 33803026.

Albert Cossery et la derision: Ou la marginalite comme reponse a la modernite
 by Shahin, Bassem Hanna, Ph.D., New York University, 2009, 243 pages; AAT 3365748


America unbound: The early American geographical imagination and the shaping of the nation
 by Apap, Christopher C., Ph.D., New York University, 2008, 364 pages; AAT 3320765

Dante's "Commedia" and the poetics of Christian catabasis 
by Foust, Lee, Ph.D., New York University, 2008, 394 pages; AAT 332988413.

Embodied ethnographies: Women's work between art and the field
 by Cayer, Jennifer, Ph.D., New York University, 2008, 334 pages; AAT 332983814.

Language made visible: The invention of French in England after the Norman Conquest
 by Georgi, David, Ph.D., New York University, 2008, 406 pages; AAT 330799815.

Masochist contract, social contract: Freedom and submission in Rousseau
 by Falaky, Faycal, Ph.D., New York University, 2008, 245 pages; AAT 3320793

Postcolonial possessions: Place, space and the discourse of property in Caribbean literature
 by McLean, Dolace, Ph.D., New York University, 2008, 298 pages; AAT 3320847

Enchanted truths: Romantic and post-Romantic models of poetic knowledge
 by Pomerantsev, Yevgeniy, Ph.D., New York University, 2008, 236 pages; AAT 33208447

A call for poets: Eduardo Lourenco in his labyrinth of images by Veloso, Carlos, Ph.D., New York University, 2008, 238 pages; AAT 3327238


From Lu Xun to Zhao Shuli. The politics of recognition in Chinese literary modernity: A genealogy of storytelling 
by Jiang, Hui, Ph.D., New York University, 2007, 248 pages; AAT 331055216.

Ghost-watching American modernity: Haunting the hemispheric imaginary
 by Blanco, Maria del Pilar, Ph.D., New York University, 2007, 280 pages; AAT 3284104

Nag mapu/la tierra que andamos/walking wor(l)ds: Native cosmographies of the Americas 
by Brigido Corachan, Anna Maria, Ph.D., New York University, 2007, 316 pages; AAT 3283363

The Politics of Blood: The poetics of (un)belonging in the era of globalization
 by Myambo, Melissa Tandiwe, Ph.D., New York University, 2007, 474 pages; AAT 331055

Experience and experimental writing from Emerson to William James
 by Grimstad, Paul C., Ph.D., New York University, 2007, 301 pages; AAT 3269786

The untimely Richard Bruce Nugent by Vitale, Christopher, Ph.D., New York University, 2007, 432 pages; AAT 3286494 Between pederasty and dandyism: Distressed masculinities in intellectual circles of Mexico and Argentina (1930--1984)
by Gonzalez Mateos, Adriana, Ph.D., New York University, 2002, 295 pages; AAT 3048840

Genealogy and decolonization: The historical novel of the twentieth-century Caribbean
 by Barker, Carrie K., Ph.D., New York University, 2007, 205 pages; AAT 3269771

Figures of confinement: Literature and claustrophilia
 by Diaz, Hernan, Ph.D., New York University, 2007, 237 pages; AAT 32841108.

Mots pour maux: Maladies nerveuses et ecrits contagieux sous le Second Empire et la Troisieme Republique
 by Froment, Nils, Ph.D., New York University, 2007, 312 pages; AAT 32833574.

Dispossessions of voice: The work of description in literature and film
 by Kolisnyk, Mary Helen, Ph.D., New York University, 2007, 225 pages; AAT 3286485 

 Configurations of trickery in Boccaccio's "Decameron", Marguerite de Navarre's "Heptameron", Masuccio's "Il Novellino" and Shakespeare's "Othello"
 by Escher, Margaret, Ph.D., New York University, 2007, 504 pages; AAT 3247360

Simplicity of sensation: The aesthetics of Kleist and Melville by Kaiser, Birgit Mara, Ph.D., New York University, 2007, 269 pages; AAT 3247367

Images of modernity: Latin American culture and nineteenth-century Universal Exhibitions by Uslenghi, Maria Alejandra, Ph.D., New York University, 2007, 233 pages; AAT 3269813


"Six Nights on the Acropolis" ("' ExiNud12 ct3vst hnAkrod12 polh "), a novel by George Seferis: An English translation from the Greek, with introduction and notes 
by Matthias, Susan, Ph.D., New York University, 2006, 419 pages; AAT 32056612.

Repainting romance: Ekphrasis and otherness in Renaissance imitations of ancient Greek romance
 by Bearden, Elizabeth B., Ph.D., New York University, 2006, 293 pages; AAT 3221925

Mary Elizabeth Braddon's "Belgravia" in the global marketplace: A cultural history of late-Victorian sensationalism
 by Gabriele, Alberto, Ph.D., New York University, 2006, 219 pages; AAT 32341345.

The posthuman novel
 by Granger Remy, Maud, Ph.D., New York University, 2006, 461 pages; AAT 3234138

The art of life: Ethics, happiness and the philosophical novel in eighteenth-century Britain and France
 by Norton, Brian Michael, Ph.D., New York University, 2006, 221 pages; AAT 3234169

Mediation of memory: Image and repetition in the postwar German documentaries
 by Nam, Soo-Young, Ph.D., New York University, 2006, 215 pages; AAT 3221981

Queer pathography: A comparison of illness narratives by Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick and Bill T. Jones by Hawkins, Katherine, Ph.D., New York University, 2006, 238 pages; AAT 3205648

Margins of the universal: Latin American modernity and the discourse of globalization by Siskind, Mariano, Ph.D., New York University, 2006, 399 pages; AAT 3222005


Kleiner. Feiner. Leichter. Uber Nuancen und details im Prosawerk Robert Walsers 
by Kreienbrock, Jorg, Ph.D., New York University, 2005, 276 pages; AAT 31954639.

The novel and its other: A study of genres in narrative minimalism 
by Just, Daniel, Ph.D., New York University, 2005, 289 pages; AAT 3170841

 The translator's doubts: Vladimir Nabokov and the ambiguity of translation
 by Trubikhina, Julia V., Ph.D., New York University, 2005, 249 pages; AAT 3157863  


The art of disappearance: Autobiography, race, and technology
 by Coleman, Beth, Ph.D., New York University, 2004, 202 pages; AAT 3146640

Caribbean cartographies: Maps, cosmograms, and the Caribbean imagination
 by Mills, Bronwyn, Ph.D., New York University, 2004, 473 pages; AAT 31142122.

In partition's shadow: Fictions of violence and sovereignty in India
 by Ahmed, Kazi Anis, Ph.D., New York University, 2004, 214 pages; AAT 3114179

Erzulie's daughters: Black women reconfiguring the black Atlantic
 by Fulani, Ifeona, Ph.D., New York University, 2004, 294 pages; AAT 3146654

The re-visioning of goddesses: Revisionist poetics in African diaspora women writers' re-creations of black women characters from black male-authored canonical texts
 by Momplaisir, Francesca M., Ph.D., New York University, 2004, 369 pages; AAT 31274733.

In praise of falling: Writing and the experience of the body in modernity 
by Sapir, Michal, Ph.D., New York University, 2004, 474 pages; AAT 3146702


The decays of realism: A negative genealogy
 by Nadal, Sara, Ph.D., New York University, 2003, 198 pages; AAT 3089307

"Sundered by a memory": The sixties in historical novels and films of the postwar United States 
by Tanenbaum, Laura Anne, Ph.D., New York University, 2003, 304 pages; AAT 30893434.

Aversion: Andre du Bouchet on painting
 by Sohn, Michael Steven, Ph.D., New York University, 2003, 318 pages; AAT 3075523

The case of Georg Brandes: Brandes between Taine, Hegel, Kierkegaard, and Goethe, and the institutions of literature in 19th-century Denmark
 by Lundtofte, Anne Mette, Ph.D., New York University, 2003, 267 pages; AAT 3089411

The vicarious voyage: Reading the exotic in the work of Pierre Loti
 by Thompson, Celina (Lyn), Ph.D., New York University, 2003, 389 pages; AAT 3089346

Hear the difference: "Minor" forms and modern consciousness in Yiddish and African literature
 by Caplan, Andrew Marc, Ph.D., New York University, 2003, 456 pages; AAT 31058414.


Capital of cosmopolitanism: A cultural history of Coppet
 by Gardiner, Ann Trowbridge, Ph.D., New York University, 2002, 620 pages; AAT 3062811

Ecriture a quatre pieds: L'ecrivain francais et son compagnon de voyage en Orient au dix-neuvieme siecle by Schreier, Lise-Segolene Vivette, Ph.D., New York University, 2002, 438 pages; AAT 3048867

 Writing the people: Charles-Louis Philippe and the culture of "populism" during the Belle Epoque
 by Arganbright, Brian John, Ph.D., New York University, 2002, 275 pages; AAT 3035277

Shakespeares at war: Cultural appropriations of Shakespeare in London, Berlin, and Budapest during World War II
 by Markus, Zoltan, Ph.D., New York University, 2002, 421 pages; AAT 3048839

Eventuations: Daniil Kharms' mise-en-page
 by Jakovljevic, Branislav, Ph.D., New York University, 2002, 353 pages; AAT 30628201.

Golden lands, magic cities: (Trans)figurations of utopia in Caribbean literature 
by Winks, Christopher Leland, Ph.D., New York University, 2002, 430 pages; AAT 30628531.


Lachen Lesen: Konstitutive Komik der Moderne bei Kafka
 by Rehberg, Peter, Ph.D., New York University, 2001, 399 pages; AAT 300934811.

Savage modernism: Blood-sacrifice, literary primitivism and culture 
by Thompson, Mark Christian, Ph.D., New York University, 2001, 351 pages; AAT 3024727

'Scorned my nation': A comparison of translations of "The Merchant of Venice" into German, Hebrew and Yiddish
 by Abend, Dror, Ph.D., New York University, 2001, 358 pages; AAT 3009276

The emergence of the prose poem in eighteenth-century France from Fenelon to Chateaubriand
 by Moore, Fabienne, Ph.D., New York University, 2001, 481 pages; AAT 9997476

Born under the sign of the suitcase: Caribbean immigrant literature, 1959--1999
 by King, Rosamond S., Ph.D., New York University, 2001, 269 pages; AAT 3024687


"The natural language of the passions": Rhetoric and affectivity in French and English theater, 1660--1690 
by Dimit, Robert G., Ph.D., New York University, 2000, 315 pages; AAT 9970882

The road of excess: A history of writers on drugs
 by Boon, Marcus Bernard, Ph.D., New York University, 2000, 376 pages; AAT 9970870

A chacun son griot: The myth of the narrator-griot in West African literature and cinema 
by Thiers, Valerie Anne, Ph.D., New York University, 2000, 411 pages; AAT 9970938


European peripheries: Poetics and politics of eastern Europe
 by Illakowicz, Krystyna Maria, Ph.D., New York University, 1999, 275 pages; AAT 9917051

Le modele utopique classique: Etude des utopies narratives a la fin du regne de Louis XIV
 by Grele, Denis Dominique, Ph.D., New York University, 1999, 338 pages; AAT 9930241

On aristocratic radicalism. Singularities of Georg Brandes, Friedrich Nietzsche and Soren Kierkegaard
 by Pages, Neil Christian, Ph.D., New York University, 1999, 430 pages; AAT 991707012.

Renderings of the city. Joseph Roth, Siegfried Kracauer and the literary reportage of the Weimar Republic
 by Eilers, Nancy Herrigel, Ph.D., New York University, 1999, 309 pages; AAT 9945272

Distant mirrors: Spanish-American writers in Paris since the Second World War
 by Weiss, Jason Lee, Ph.D., New York University, 1999, 355 pages; AAT 9917094

Fashion discourse in Baudelaire's "Le Peintre de la vie moderne" and Mallarme's "La Derniere mode"
 by Whelan, Hilary Marion, Ph.D., New York University, 1999, 277 pages; AAT 9945363

Rene's generation: Regeneration and extinction after Revolution, 1795-1805 
by Sainson, Katia Renee, Ph.D., New York University, 1999, 277 pages; AAT 9930251

Soliciting darkness: Pindar, obscurity and the classical tradition 
by Hamilton, John Thomas, Ph.D., New York University, 1999, 470 pages; AAT 9930235

Vortex St. Mark's Poetry Project: A history of the Lower East Side poetic community of the 1960's
by Kane, Daniel J., Ph.D., New York University, 1999, 479 pages; AAT 9945291

A social history of the drum
 by Johnson, Christopher, Ph.D., New York University, 1999, 247 pages; AAT 9930240

Some enchanted evening on the auction block: The cultural legacy of the New Orleans quadroon balls
 by Guillory, Monique, Ph.D., New York University, 1999, 247 pages; AAT 99170461.


Penelope's retreat: Dialogic authorship in early eighteenth-century novels
 by Gramm, Marylou, Ph.D., New York University, 1998, 316 pages; AAT 9831715

Women writers and translation in 18th-century France 
by Pieretti, Marie-Pascale, Ph.D., New York University, 1998, 294 pages; AAT 9831752

Colonial arcadias: Symbolic landscapes in the works of Bernardin de Saint-Pierre
 by Moore, Diana M., Ph.D., New York University, 1998, 285 pages; AAT 9831742

La France au miroir de l'Amerique dans les annees 1920 (Morand, Duhamel)
 by Gillot, Catherine Louise, Ph.D., New York University, 1998, 376 pages; AAT 9831712


On the borders of poetry: Genre and the European didactic poem from antiquity to the Renaissance 
by Wondrich, F. David Bugliarello, Ph.D., New York University, 1997, 257 pages; AAT 9731451


Human Half-Breeds: Women, Sex, Colonial Crossing by Goodman, Robin, Ph.D., New York University, 1996.

Emergences of literature: Reading and history in Sidney's poetics
 by Sengel, Deniz Zehra, Ph.D., New York University, 1996, 348 pages; AAT 962183313.

Going Native: Figuring the Indian in modern American culture
 by Huhndorf, Shari Michelle, Ph.D., New York University, 1996, 287 pages; AAT 970626826.

Science fictions: Villiers de l'Isle-Adam's "L'Eve Future" and late nineteenth-century medical constructions of femininity
 by Hustvedt, Asti, Ph.D., New York University, 1996, 242 pages; AAT 970202227.


All regions do smilingly revolt: Region, place, literature
 by Dainotto, Roberto Maria, Ph.D., New York University, 1995, 284 pages; AAT 960312728.


Force and charm in the desert: Manly adventure and gentlemanly behaviour in the Middle Eastern travel writings of Richard and Isabel Burton and Wilfrid Scawen and Anne Blunt
 by Nichols, Pamela Catherine, Ph.D., New York University, 1994, 348 pages; AAT 950228315.

Pro-fund wit: Jonathan Swift and the Scriblerians
 by Barton, David Eric, Ph.D., New York University, 1994, 250 pages; AAT 950224416.

Hybrid encounters: Reading postcolonial autobiographies of the Americas 
by Browdy de Hernandez, Jennifer, Ph.D., New York University, 1994, 208 pages; AAT 950224829. 


America, America: The return to the archaic in the writings of D. H. Lawrence, Antonin Artaud and Charles Olson 
by Spears, Andre Mark, Ph.D., New York University, 1993, 584 pages; AAT 9333677

Flaubert's house of fiction: Furnishing new spaces 
by Raycraft, Mary Beth, Ph.D., New York University, 1993, 308 pages; AAT 9333668

Nerval in the newspaper: History, fiction and journalism in "Les Faux Saulniers"
 by Blanc, Dina F., Ph.D., New York University, 1993, 203 pages; AAT 941107732.


A hermeneutic approach to reading the dramatic text: Selected plays by Pirandello and Garcia Lorca 
by Parilla, Catherine Arturi, Ph.D., New York University, 1992, 285 pages; AAT 9237964

Doubting consciousness: Theories of characterization in Calderon and other seventeenth century dramatists
 by Craven, Alice Mikal, Ph.D., New York University, 1992, 293 pages; AAT 9222873  

Enlightenment and the epistemology of origins 
by Labio, Catherine, Ph.D., New York University, 1992, 393 pages; AAT 9222893  

Juliana Morell: Child prodigy, religious reformer, spiritual writer 
by Lamy, Theresa M., Ph.D., New York University, 1992, 260 pages; AAT 9222894  

Nation, race, and gender in the writings of Bessie Head and Rosario Ferre
 by Balseiro, Isabel, Ph.D., New York University, 1992, 227 pages; AAT 9237923

Balzac's comedy of names: Fictions of individual identity in the "Comedie humaine" 
by Garval, Michael David, Ph.D., New York University, 1992, 282 pages; AAT 930677133. 

Models for manners: Etiquette books and etiquette in nineteenth century France 
by Fisher, Mary Rosalie, Ph.D., New York University, 1992, 354 pages; AAT 922287834. 

Regendered artistry: Tanizaki Junichiro and the tradition of decadence 
by Nakao, Seigo, Ph.D., New York University, 1992, 278 pages; AAT 930679335.


Caribbean poetics: Aesthetics of marginality in West Indian literature by Torres-Saillant, Silvio A., Ph.D., New York University, 1991, 671 pages; AAT 9134700  

Writing against pictures: A study of ekphrasis in epics by Homer, Virgil, Ariosto, Tasso and Spenser 
by Mitsi, Efterpi, Ph.D., New York University, 1991, 266 pages; AAT 9213262

A genealogy of gay morals: Greek love in modern literature 
by Pomponio, Arthur Thomas, Ph.D., New York University, 1991, 555 pages; AAT 92132714.

This is not America: Nineteenth century accounts of travel between the Americas by Allen, Esther Louise, Ph.D., New York University, 1991, 353 pages; AAT 9213213


Bordering reality: Character as juncture between text and extra-text
 by Lubin, Orly, Ph.D., New York University, 1990, 259 pages; AAT 902513124. 

Inventing the writer and the reader: Eighteenth century literary theory 
by Tenger, Zeynep, Ph.D., New York University, 1990, 290 pages; AAT 9113056

Prophetess doomed: Cassandra and the representation of truth
 by Brault, Pascale-Anne, Ph.D., New York University, 1990, 321 pages; AAT 9112986  

Tragic lucidity: Discourse of recuperation in Unamuno and Camus
 by Hansen, Keith W., Ph.D., New York University, 1990, 265 pages; AAT 9102524

Lucretius and the influence of Callimachus 
by Donohue, Harold, Ph.D., New York University, 1990, 293 pages; AAT 91129965.


Legitimating fictions: Journalism and the aesthetics of autonomy in the nineteenth century European novel
 by McLaughlin, Kevin Michael, Ph.D., New York University, 1989, 250 pages; AAT 900421837.


Gyp: Right wing anarchist at the Fin de Siecle
 by Silverman, Willa Zahava, Ph.D., New York University, 1988, 499 pages; AAT 891060838.

La femme dans l'oeuvre de Theophile Gautier: De la description a l'interpretation. (French text);
 by David-Weill, Natalie, Ph.D., New York University, 1988, 267 pages; AAT 8812623

Studies in the modern dialogue: Nietzsche, Valery, Pavese and Heidegger
 by Pioli, Richard James, Ph.D., New York University, 1988, 351 pages; AAT 8910600