Publications

  • Academic Articles and Book Chapters

    “Children’s and Young Adult Literature,” in Oxford History of the Novel in English, Volume 8: American Fiction after 1940

    Williams, Deborah. "Witches, Monsters, and Questions of Nation: Humans and Non-Humans in Akata Witch and Trail of Lightning." International Journal of Young Adult Literature 1, no. 1 (2020).

    Williams, Deborah. "How First Year Comp Can Save the World", Inside Higher Ed, January 2, 2020

    Williams, Deborah. "Cosmopolitan Reading and the Global Classroom.” Co-author, with Cyrus Patell. Invited submission for ADE/ADFL Bulletin: Globalization and Literary Studies." In “Cosmopolitan Reading and the Global Classroom.” Co-author, with Cyrus Patell. Invited submission for ADE/ADFL Bulletin: Globalization and Literary Studies. 2018.

    Williams, Deborah Lindsay. "Breaking out of the “muffin tins”: A Wrinkle in Time, Cosmopolitanism, and Children’s Literature." Journal of American Studies48, no. 2 (2016): 231-245.

    Williams, Deborah. "“The Dynamics of Residual and Emergent in the American Novel After 1940.” Co-author, with Cyrus Patell.: New Directions in the History of the Novel (Patrick Parrinder, Andrew Nash, and Nicola Wilson, eds; Palgrave, 2014)." “The Dynamics of Residual and Emergent in the American Novel After 1940.” Co-author, with Cyrus Patell. (2014).

    Williams, Deborah. "‘Fragments of their desire’: Willa Cather and the Alternative Aesthetic Tradition of Native American Culture.". In Willa Cather and Material Culture: Real-World Writing, Writing the Real World ed. Janis Stout. University of Alabama Press, 2004.

    Williams, Deborah. "“The Cosmopolitan Regionalism of Zona Gale’s Friendship Village.” In Middlebrow Moderns (Meredith Goldsmith and Lisa Botshon, editors; Northeastern University Press, 2003)." (2003).

    Williams, Deborah. “Zona Gale.” In Advocates and Activists, 19191941: Men and Women Who Shaped the Period Between the Wars, ed.  David Garrett Izzo.  Locust Hill Press, 2003.

  • Other Writing

    “The Paris Affair” (script). Represented by The Gotham Group; Laura Dern attached.

    The Time Locket (novel). East Bluff Books, 2014.