Helene Meyers Prof Eng & McManis University Ch Southwestern U Commons username: @helene_meyers Twitter handle: helene_meyers Following 2 members View ActivityProfileSites 1CORE deposits 4Following 2Followers 3Groups 21DiscussionsDocs Academic Interests American literatureCultural studiesFeminismFeminist theoryFilmGothic literatureJewish American literatureLiteratureQueer theoryTheory Commons Groups AJSJews, Film, and the ArtsModern Jewish Literature and CultureHCFeminist HumanitiesFilm StudiesJewish StudiesPublic HumanitiesMLACLCS Global JewishGS Prose FictionHumanities Commons – AboutLLC 20th- and 21st-Century AmericanLLC 20th- and 21st-Century English and AnglophoneLLC Jewish AmericanMS Screen Arts and CultureMS SoundTC Popular CultureTC Race and Ethnicity StudiesTC Religion and LiteratureTC Sexuality StudiesTC Women’s and Gender StudiesTM Literary CriticismTM The Teaching of Literature Recent Commons Activity deposited Got Jewish Milk? Screening Ep… in the group TC Sexuality Studies deposited Got Jewish Milk? Screening Ep… in the group MS Screen Arts and Culture deposited Got Jewish Milk? Screening Ep… in the group LLC Jewish American deposited Got Jewish Milk? Screening Ep… in the group CLCS Global Jewish deposited Got Jewish Milk? Screening Ep… Commons Sites AboutJewish American Literature; Jewish American Film; Jewish Cultural Studies; Feminist Theory; Queer Theory; Gothic Studies; The Profession Work Shared in COREArticlesGot Jewish Milk? Screening Epstein and Van Sant for Intersectional Film HistoryThe Unmarked Chains of Paper ClipsEssays“Why Do Research?”Reviews“Woman in Gold” Other PublicationsBOOKSIdentity Papers: Contemporary Narratives of American Jewishness. SUNY Press, 2011 (Paperback edition 2012). “Highly Recommended” by Choice.Reading Michael Chabon. Greenwood Press, 2010 (Added to Gale Virtual Reference Library 2011). Femicidal Fears: Narratives of the Female Gothic Experience. SUNY Press, Feminist Theory and Criticism Series, 2001. Reprint of Chapter 4, “The Construction of the Sadomasochistic Couple,” in Gale’s Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism, Vol. 202 (2008).