Volume 50

Number 1 (Winter 2020)
· Paul Bruss, “Introduction: A Short History of JNT
· Julie Park, “Writing with Pen and Dildo: Libertine Techniques of Eighteenth-Century Narrative”
· Lori Robison, “Harem, Auction Block, and Stage: Sympathy and the Gaze as Object in A Romance of the Republic
· Ruchi Mundeja, “Rooms Not Quite Their Own: Two Colonial Itinerants, Katherine Mansfield and Jean Rhys, and Narratives of Roomlessness”
· Laurie A. Rodrigues, “The ‘Right-Looking Girl’ in the Raccoon Coat: How to Read a Cliché, Like Franny Glass”

Number 2 (Summer 2020)
· Erin Amann Holliday-Karre, “Re-imagining Shahrazad: Hanan Al-Shaykh and a Feminism of Difference”
· Galia Benziman, “Dickens, Hard Times, and the Erasure of Female Origins”
· Christopher C. Douglas, “’Sideways-Written Words’: Appropriation of the Eighteenth-Century British It-Narrative in Natsume Seki’s I Am a Cat
· Stephen Hong Sohn, “Model Minority Terrorist: Post 9/11 Asian American Racial Formation and Brown Peril Narrative Discourse in Mohsin Hamid’s The Reluctant Fundamentalist
· Victor Xavier Zarour Zarzar, “Bad Blood: On Culpability and a Metabolic Approach to Elena Ferrante’s My Brilliant Friend

Number 3 (Fall 2020)
· Hadji Bakara, “Introduction: Refugee Literatures”
· Jana Schmidt, “An Uncertain Movement: Bertolt Brecht’s Refugee Conversations”  
· Yasmine Shamma, “’Heaven is Green’: The Ecoglobalism of Refugee Desert Gardens” 
· Ian Foster, “This is how we Refugee: Neoliberalism from Haiti to Palestine and the Economics of Refugee Form” 
· Ashna Ali, “Ugly Affects: Migritude and Black Mediterranean Counternarratives of Migrant Subjectivity”
· Nasia Anam, “Encampment as Colonization: Theorizing the Representation of Refugee Spaces”
· Khaled Mattawa, Poems