Michele Navakas, Associate Professor of English

Michele Navakas, Associate Professor of English

“Antebellum Coral.“  American Literature  91.2 (2019): 263-293.”

“Antebellum Coral.“ American Literature 91.2 (2019): 263-293.”

 
“Gulf of Knowledge: The Hidden Scientific History of the Early American Southeast.” Book review essay of Cameron B. Strang’s  Frontiers of Science: Imperialism and Natural Knowledge in the Gulf South Borderlands, 1500-1850  (UNC Press, 2018).  Southern Spaces  (May 2019).

“Gulf of Knowledge: The Hidden Scientific History of the Early American Southeast.” Book review essay of Cameron B. Strang’s Frontiers of Science: Imperialism and Natural Knowledge in the Gulf South Borderlands, 1500-1850 (UNC Press, 2018). Southern Spaces (May 2019).

“Island Nation: Mapping Florida, Revising America.”  Early American Studies  11.2 (2013): 243-271.

“Island Nation: Mapping Florida, Revising America.” Early American Studies 11.2 (2013): 243-271.

“Coral, Labor, Slavery, and Silence in the Archives.” A ge of Revolutions , Revolutionary Material Cultures Essay Series (April 22, 2019).

“Coral, Labor, Slavery, and Silence in the Archives.” Age of Revolutions, Revolutionary Material Cultures Essay Series (April 22, 2019).

“Liquid Landscape: Possession and Floridian Geography.”  Early American Literature  47.1 (2012): 89-114.

“Liquid Landscape: Possession and Floridian Geography.” Early American Literature 47.1 (2012): 89-114.

“A Book Full of Seaweed.”  Huntington Frontiers Magazine  (Spring / Summer 2018): 9-12.

“A Book Full of Seaweed.” Huntington Frontiers Magazine (Spring / Summer 2018): 9-12.