Pascale Antolin writes about Deadly Girls’ Voices in the latest article from Bearing Witness: Joyce Carol Oates Studies. This article focuses on deadly girls’ voices in “The Banshee” and “Doll: A Romance […]
Josephene T.M. Kealey addresses the idea of “knowing” in her essay on Joyce Carol Oates’s Marya: A Life, published in Bearing Witness: Joyce Carol Oates Studies. “Joyce Carol Oates’s Preface […]
Joyce Carol Oates has considered the issues of authorship and identity at length in both her fiction and nonfiction.
Karen Gaffney shines a different light on the Bellefleur curse in her article “Whiteness as Cursed Property: An Interdisciplinary Intervention with Joyce Carol Oates’s Bellefleur and Cheryl Harris’s ‘Whiteness as […]
David Rutledge’s article “Distaste: Joyce Carol Oates and Food” closes the 2014 issue of Bearing Witness: Joyce Carol Oates Studies, which began publishing in July of this year. In many […]