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Watson, Keri. “‘With a Smile and a Song’: Representations of People with Dwarfism in 1930s Cinema.” Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 14:2 (2020): 137-54. Print.
“Thigh High,” “My Apologies,” “Prayer for Containment." Bennington Review (Spring 2020). Poetry.
Review-Essay of: Oxford Music Online in "Digital Resource Review," Nineteenth-Century Music Review (published online Spring 2020, awaiting specific issue assignment)
"The Rhubarbarian's Redress: Tony Harrison and the Politics of Speech." Twentieth-Century Literature. June 2020.
"Don Quijote y la teoría de la literatura. Avant-garde en el teatro y filme contemporáneo." Anuario de Estudios Cervantinos 16 (2020): 159-71.
"Sexual Violations in American Buddhism: Interpretive Frameworks and Generative Responses" Ten Thousand Things http://blog.shin-ibs.edu/sexual-violations-in-american-buddhism-interpretive-frameworks-and-generative-responses/