Joan Pong Linton

Joan Pong Linton

Associate Professor Emeritus, English


  • Ph.D., Stanford University, 1992

Journal Articles and Other Publications

“Counterfeiting Sovereignty, Mocking Mastery: Trickster Poetics and the Critique of Romance in Nashe’s Unfortunate Traveller.” Early Modern Prose Fiction and the Creation of the Reading Classes. Ed. Naomi Liebler. London: Routledge P, 2007. 130-47, 165-66.

“Kurosawa’s Ran (1985) and King Lear: Towards a Conversation on Historical Responsibility.” Quarterly Review of Film and Video 23 (2006): 341-51.

“Scripted Silences, Reticence, and Agency in Anne Askew’s Examinations.” English Literary Renaissance 36 (Winter 2006): 3-25.

“The Plural Voices of Anne Askew.” Write or Be Written: Early Modern Women Poets and Cultural Constraints. Eds. Ursula Appelt and Barbara Smith. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2001. 137-53.

“Watch this Space; Or, Why We Have Not Revised the Teacher Education Program at Indiana University--Yet.” Co-authored with Kathryn Flannery, JoAnne Frye, Donald Gray, Mary Beth Hines, and Kenneth Johnston. Preparing a Nation’s Teachers: Models for English and Foreign Language Programs. Eds. Phyllis Franklin, David Laurence, and Elizabeth B. Welles. New York: Modern Language Association, 1999. 49-64.

“The Humanist in the Market: Gendering Exchange and Authorship in Lyly's Euphues Romances.” Framing Elizabethan Fiction: Contemporary Approaches to Early Modern Prose Narrative. Ed. Constance C. Relihan. Kent OH: Kent State UP, 1996. 73-97; 219-23.

“Jack of Newbery and Drake in California: Domestic and Colonial Narratives of English Cloth and Manhood.” ELH 59 (1992), 23-51.