Max Cavitch


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~ “The Poetry of Phillis Wheatley in Slavery’s Recollective Economies, 1773 to the Present,” in Cecile Cottenet, ed., Race, Ethnicity, and Publishing in America (Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming 2014)

~ "Irregulars," Contemporary Psychoanalysis 49.3 (2013), 410-419


~ "Clericus and the Lunatick," Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 107.3 (2013), 367-76


~ "Introduction" and guest editor, "New Sitings and Soundings for Transnational Poetics," J19: The Journal for 19th-Century Americanists 1.1 (2013)
, 179-213

~"La Haine," Slant (May 2012)

~ "Curbside Quarantine: A Scene of Interspecies Mediality," Postmodern Culture 22.2 (January 2012), on-line

~ "Slavery and Its Metrics," The Cambridge Companion to Nineteenth-Century American Poetry, ed. Kerry Larson (Cambridge University Press, 2011), 94-112

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"Genre" and "Lament," The Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry and Poetics, 4th edition, eds. Roland Greene and Stephen Cushman (Princeton, forthcoming)

~"Beauty and the Beast," Slant (July 2011)

~"Michael Lucas and the Pornography of Migration," Senses of Cinema (July 2010)

~ "American Constitutional Elegy," The Oxford Handbook of the Elegy, ed. Karen Weisman (Oxford, 2010)

"Who Publishes an Early American Book?" Common-place 9.3 (April 2009)

~ "Stephen Crane's Refrain," ESQ: A Journal of the American Renaissance 54 (2008), 33-53; rpt. in American Literature's Aesthetic Dimensions, eds. Christopher Looby and Cindy Weinstein (Columbia University Press, 2012), 73-90

~ "Dickinson and the Exception,"  A Companion to Emily Dickinson, eds. Mary Loeffelholz and Martha Nell Smith (Blackwell, 2008), 222-34

~ "Sex After Death: François Ozon's Libidinal Invasions," Screen 48.3 (2007), 313-26

~ "Dissociative Reading: Philip Bromberg and Emily Dickinson," Contemporary Psychoanalysis 43.4 (2007), 681-88

~ "Introduction," James Fenimore Cooper, The Pioneers (Signet Classics, 2007)

~ American Elegy: The Poetry of Mourning from the Puritans to Whitman (University of Minnesota Press, 2007)

~ "Emma Lazarus and the Golem of Liberty," American Literary History 18.1 (2006), 1-28; expanded version in The Traffic in Poems: Nineteenth-Century Poetry and Transatlantic Exchange, ed. Meredith McGill (Rutgers University Press, 2008), 97-122

~ "Audience Terminable and Interminable: Anne Gilchrist, Walt Whitman, and the Achievement of Disinhibited Reading," Victorian Poetry 43.2 (2005), 249-61

~ "Death's Histories," Early American Literature 39.1 (2004), 137-45

~ "The Man Who Was Used Up: Poetry, Particularity, and the Politics of Remembering George Washington," American Literature 75.2 (2003), 247-74

~ "Interiority and Artifact: Death and Self-Inscription in Thomas Smith's Self-Portrait," Early American Literature 37.1 (2002), 89-117