College of Arts and Humanities
7 achievements

7 achievements

Jenkins, Ruth
Jenkins, R.  (2011). Frances Hodgson Burnett's The Secret Garden: Engendering Abjection's Sublime.  Children's Literature Association Quarterly. 36(4), 426-444.
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Jenkins, R.  (2011). Imagining the Abject in Kingsley, MacDonald, and Carroll: Disrupting Dominant Values and Cultural Identity in Children's Literature.  The Lion and the Unicorn: A Critical Journal of Children's Literature. 35(1), 67-87.
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Jenkins, R.  (2007). Review of More Usefully Employed by Brenda Moon.  Victorian Studies. 49(2), 365-367.
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Jenkins, R.  (2007). Naturalizing Identity: Science, Location, and Desire in Mary Kingsley's Travels in West Africa and Nina Mazuchelli's The Indian Alps.  (Re)creating science in nineteenth-century Britain. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars.
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Jenkins, R.  (2006). Florence Nightingale.  Encyclopedia of Europe: 1789-1914. Scribner’s / The Gale Group.
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Jenkins, R.  (2004). “‘I’m spinning this for you, my child’: Voice and Identity Formation in George MacDonald’s Princess Books.  The Lion and the Unicorn. 28(3), 325-244.
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Jenkins, R.  (2004). Spectacles and Phenomena: The Gaze of the Victorian Woman Traveler.  Gender, Genre, and Identity in Women's Travel Writing. (pp.15-30) New York: P. Lang.
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