Faculty Research

The faculty members of the department of Languages and Literature are all actively involved in academic research and dedicated to research excellence.

Below is a list with some of the most important publications by current faculty members.

Book Publications

  • Alexander, C., Dalziel. J., Krajka, J. & Kiely, R. (eds) (2011,). Lams and Learning Design. Nicosia: University of Nicosia Press.
  • Dalziel. J., Alexander, C & Krajka, J. (eds) (2010). LAMS and Learning Design. Nicosia: University of Nicosia Press.
  • Doukanari, Elli. (forthcoming). Images of Masculine Identities in Cyprus Verbal Dueling, Monograph. Minnesota Mediterranean and East European Monograph Series, Minnesota: University of Minnesota Press.
  • Economidou-Kogetsidis Maria & Helen Woodfield (eds) (2012). Interlanguage Request Modification. John Benjamins.
  • Mackay, Polina (forthcoming 2013). The Aesthetics, Gender and Feminism of the Beat Women. New York: Routledge.
  • Mackay, Polina and Nephie Christodoulides (eds) (2011). The Cambridge Companion to H.D. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Mackay, Polina and Kathryn Nicol (eds) (2009). Kathy Acker and Transnationalism Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Mackay, Polina and Kyriaki Hadjiafxendi (eds) (2007). Authorship in Context: From the Theoretical to the Material. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Stewart, Paul (2011). Sex and Aesthetics in the Works of Samuel Beckett. New York: Palgrave.
  • Stewart, Paul (2006). Zone of Evaporation: Samuel Beckett’s Disjunctions. New York and Amsterdam: Rodopi.
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2009). Stories of the Unconscious: Sub-Versions in Freud, Lacan, and Kristeva. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang.
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (Ed) (2011). F. M. Ford’s The Good Soldier. Rodopi Press.

Refereed Journal Publications

  • Alexander, Chris (2011). ‘Implementing e-learning at the University of Nicosia: Making it possible’. In J.Dalziel, C. Alexander, J. Krajka & R. Kiely (Eds.), Special Edition on LAMS and Learning Design. Teaching English with Technology, 10(3), 110-147.
  • Alexander, Chris (2009). ‘LAMS in TESOL: Sketching potential’. Teaching English with Technology Journal, 9(2), 50-72
  • Alexander, Chris (2009). ‘LAMS Revisited’. Teaching English with Technology Journal 9(1): 1-24.
  • Alexander, Chris (2008). ‘An overview of LAMS (Learning Activity Management System)’. Teaching English with Technology Journal, 8(3): 1-22.
  • Alexander, Chris (2008). ‘A review of UEFAP.COM’. Teaching English with Technology Journal  8(2).
  • Alexander, Chris (2008). ‘Humanising management software’. Teaching English with Technology Journal 8(1): 1-17.
  • Alexander, Chris (2007). ‘Language labs: An overview of trends’. Teaching English with Technology Journal 7(3): 1-16. end_of_the_skype_highlighting
  • Alexander, Chris (2007). ‘A case study of English language teaching using the Internet in Intercollege’s language laboratory’. The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Australia: Common Ground Publishing.  3(1): 1-13.
  • Alexander, Chris (2007). ‘Guidelines for Internet-based teaching’. Iran Language Institute Teaching Journal (Technology and Language Learning). 3(1): 89-100.
  • Alexander, Chris (2011). ‘Introduction’. In J. Dalziel, C. Alexander, J. Krajka & R. Kiely (eds.), Special Edition on LAMS and Learning Design. Teaching English with Technology 10(3): i-iv
  • Alexander, Chris (2006). ‘Guidelines for Internet-based teaching’. Teaching English with Technology 6(4): 1-8.
  • Alexander, Chris (2003). ‘An analysis of non-prototypical concord in Polish and English’.  Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics 38: 1-25.
  • Alexander, Chris (2002). ‘Reforma reformy’. Uczyć lepiej 14(2): 4-5.
  • Alexander, Chris (2001). ‘Certyfikat BEC’, Forum Naukowe. Rok VI, nr 1(12): 274-281.
  • Dalziel. J., Alexander, C., Krajka, J. & Kiely, R. (2011). ‘Lams and learning design’. The Journal Teaching English with Technology 11(1): 1-215.
  • Dalziel. J., Alexander, C & Krajka, J (eds) (2009).  ‘LAMS and learning design’, Teaching English with Technology 9(2): 1-63.
  • Dalziel, J., Alexander, C & Krajka, J. (eds) (2009). ‘LAMS and learning design’.  Teaching English with Technology 9(3): 1-93.
  • Doukanari, Elli (1991). ‘Greek diglossia to Greek dimorphia: A new dilemma for linguists and teachers’. Georgetown University Round Table on Languages and Linguistics: 509-527.
  • Economidou-Kogetsidis Maria (2011). ‘“Please answer me as soon as possible”: Pragmatic failure in non-native speakers’ e-mail requests to faculty’.  Journal of Pragmatics, 43: 3193-3215.
  • Economidou-Kogetsidis, Maria (2010). ‘Cross-cultural and situational variation in requesting behaviour: Perceptions of social situations and strategic usage of request patterns’. Journal of Pragmatics 42: 2262-2281.
  • Economidou-Kogetsidis, Maria (2009). ‘Interlanguage request modification: The use of lexical/phrasal downgraders and mitigating supportive moves.” Multilingua 28(1): 79-111.
  • Economidou-Kogetsidis, Maria (2008). ‘Internal and external mitigation in interlanguage request production: The case of Greek learners of English’. Journal of Politeness Research: Language, Behaviour, Culture 4(1): 111-138.
  • Economidou-Kogetsidis, Maria (2005). “‘Yes, tell me please, what time is the midday flight from Athens arriving?”: Telephone service encounters and politeness’. Journal of Intercultural Pragmatics 2(3): 253-273.
  • Economidou-Kogetsidis, Maria (2003). ‘Requesting in a second/foreign language – The use of film for developing pragmatic awareness in the language classroom’, Informatologia 36(3): 190-196.
  • Economidou-Kogetsidis, Maria (2002). ‘Requesting strategies in English and Greek: Observations from an Airline’s call centre’. Nottingham Linguistic Circular 17:17-32.
  • Mackay, Polina (2005). ‘Mapping the New American South: New developments in Southern writing and criticism’. Blackwell Literature Compass 2: AM 105.
  • Mackay, Polina (2004). ‘The naked apocalypse of William Burroughs’. Ashé: A Journal of Experimental Spirituality 3(3).
  • Mackay, Polina (2002). ‘William Burroughs’ naked lunch and the birth of the apocalypse’. Ecloga 1(2).
  • Mackay, Polina (2011). ‘A. Robert Lee, Modern American Counter Writing: Beats, Outriders, Ethnics’.  (Review) European Journal of American Studies.
  • Mackay, Polina (2009). ‘Beshara Doumani (ed.), Academic Freedom after September 11’. (Review) Journal of American Studies, 43: E34.
  • Mackay, Polina (2009). ‘Antonis Balasopoulos (et al), Conformism, Non-Conformism and Anti-Conformism in the Culture of the United States’. (Review) European Journal of American Studies.
  • Mackay, Polina (2008). ‘Howard Hampton, Born in Flames: Termite Dreams, Dialectical Fairy Tales, and Pop Apocalypses AND Takayuki Tatsumi, Full Metal Apache: Transactions between Cyberpunk Japan and Avant-Pop America’. (Review Essay) Journal of American Studies 42: E16.
  • Mackay, Polina (2008). ‘Gönul Pultar, On the Road to Baghdad Or, Traveling Biculturalism: Theorizing A Bicultural Approach to Contemporary World Fiction’. (Review) EAAS Book Reviews.
  • Mackay, Polina. ‘Christoph Henry-Thommes, Recollection, Memory and Imagination: Selected Autobiographical Novels of Vladimir Nabokov’. (Review) EAAS Book Reviews (April 2007).
  • Mackay, Polina (2007). ‘Jo Reger (ed), Different Wavelengths: Studies of the Contemporary Women’s Movement’. (Review) Journal of American Studies 41.1.
  • Mackay, Polina (2007). ‘Elizabeth Klaver, Sites of Autopsy in Contemporary Culture’. (Review) Journal of American Studies 41.1.
  • Mackay, Polina (2006). ‘Camelia Elias, The Fragment: Towards a History of a Performative Genre’. (Review) Journal of American Studies 40(1).
  • Papadima-Sophocleous, S. and Alexander, C. (2007). ‘NEPTON system overview and functionality’. Teaching English with Technology 7(2): 1-14.
  • Savvidou, Christine (2010). ‘Storytelling as dialogue: How teachers construct professional knowledge’. Teachers and Teaching Theory and Practice 16(6): 649–664.
  • Savvidou, Christine (2011). ‘Exploring teachers’ narratives of inclusive practice in higher education’. Journal of Teacher Development 15 (1): 53-67.
  • Sophocleous, Antry & Themistocleous, C. (forthcoming). ‘“En exun aipin!: Linguisticand sociocultural elements in the use of the Greek-Cypriot Dialect on Facebook’. [email protected]. Publisher: University of Duesseldorf, Germany.
  • Sophocleous, Antry (2011). ‘Switching code and changing social identities in face-to face interaction’. Sociolinguistic Studies 5(2): xx.
  • Sophocleous, Antry (2011). ‘Two languages in the classroom: The inconsistency between national and local objectives of formal education in Cyprus’. Journal of Language, Identity and Education 10(4): 266-281.
  • Ioannidou, Elena & Sophocleous, Andry (2010). ‘“Now, is this how we are going to say it?”: Comparing teachers’ language practices in primary and secondary state education in Cyprus’. Linguistics and Education 21(4): 298-313.
  • Sophocleous, Andry and Wilks, Clarissa (2010). ‘Standard Modern Greek and Greek-Cypriot dialect in kindergarten classroom interaction: Teachers’ and learners’ language attitudes and language use’. Language, Culture and Curriculum 23: 51-69.
  • Papapavlou, Andreas and Sophocleous, Andry. ‘Relational social deixis and the linguistic construction of identity’. International Journal of Multilingualism 6(1): 1-16.
  • Stewart, Paul (2000). ‘ “When Now? Samuel Beckett’s Footfalls, Theatrical Chronology and Memory’,  The AnaChronisT : 292-302.
  • Stewart, Paul (Fall 2000/Spring 2001). ‘The Need for Beckett’. The Journal of Beckett Studies 10 (1&2): 17-29.
  • Stewart, Paul (2003). ‘Stages of Influence: Shakespeare, Joyce; Joyce, Beckett’. In-between, vol. 12, No 1 & 2,  83-99. R.L.A. College University of Delhi.
  • Stewart, Paul (2004). ‘Origins of Mutability: Joyce, Beckett and Ohio Impromptu’, Taiwan Journal of English Literature 1(1): 33-45.
  • Stewart, Paul (2004). ‘All men talk, when talk they must, the same tripe’: Beckett, Derrida, and Needle Wylie”, After Beckett / D’après Beckett: Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd’hui 14 ed by Anthony Uhlmann, Sjef Houppermans, Bruno Clement. (Amsterdam: Rodopi Press): 237-250.
  • Stewart, Paul (2006). ‘John Banville: The Sea’, (a Review). Sobriquet e-journal 12(1).
  • Stewart, Paul (2006). ‘A Rump Sexuality: The Recurrence of Defecating Horses in Beckett’s Oeuvre’. “All Sturm and No Drang”: Beckett and Romanticism / Beckett at Reading 2006. Eds. Dirk Van Hulle and Mark Nixon. Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd’hui 18. Amsterdam: Rodopi: 257-271.
  • Stewart, Paul (2007). ‘All known”: Disjunction and Conjunction in Reading Ping in the Oeuvre’, The Journal of Beckett Studies, 16(1&2): 161-168.
  • Stewart, Paul. ‘Sexual and Aesthetic Reproduction in Malone Dies’, Samuel Beckett: Debts and Legacies, eds. Feldman, Tonning and van Hulle Samuel Beckett Today/ Aujourd’hui vol 20, (2010): 149-162.
  • Stewart, Paul (2011). ‘Beckett and Decay’. (Review) The Journal of Beckett Studies: 111-115.
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa. ‘Toni Morrison’s Beloved: Feminine Mystiques’. The AnaChronisT, (March 2005).
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (1997). ‘The Family – a Dead-End Street in the Short Stories of Eudora Welty, Flannery O’Connor, and Bobbie Ann Mason’, American Studies International, Journal of the George Washington University.
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (1997). ‘The Touch of the Black Hand: The Early Poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks’, Proglas, a Journal of the Philological Faculty, University of Veliko Turnovo, Bulgaria.
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2010). ‘Martin: The Philosophy of Deception’.(Review) Metapsychology Online Review 14(27).
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2010). ‘Harris: It’s Perfectly Normal: A Book about Changing Bodies, Growing Up, Sex and Sexual Health’. (Review) Metapsychology Online Reviews 14(24).
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2010). ‘McCall: When the Piano Stops’. Metapsychology Online Reviews 14(6).
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2010). ‘Saramago: Death with Interruptions’. Metapsychology 14(1).
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2009). ‘Cane: Poisoned Love’. Metapsychology Online Reviews 13(33).
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2009). ‘Verhaeghe: New Studies of Old Villains’. Metapsychology Online Reviews, 13(32).
  • Woodfield Helen & Economidou-Kogetsidis Maria (2010). ‘“I just need more time”: A study of native and non-native students’ requests to faculty for late submission’. Multilingua 29(1): 77-118.

Chapters in Books

  • Alexander, Chris (2011). ‘Implementing e-learning at the University of Nicosia: Making it possible’. In Alexander C., J. Dalziel, J. Krajka & R. Kiely (eds). LAMS and Learning Design, University of Nicosia Press, Nicosia, pp. i-iv.
  • Alexander, Chris (2011) ‘Introduction’. In Alexander C., J. Dalziel, J. Krajka & R. Kiely (eds). LAMS and Learning Design.  University of Nicosia Press, Nicosia.
  • Alexander, Chris (2004) ‘Business English Certificate’. Języki Obce w Szkole 1(4), 54-57.
  • Doukanari, Elli. (2008). ‘ “I’ll be a rooster crowing in the hen coop, but you’ll be a hen and I’ll be bothering you”: The male sexual identity in Cyprus verbal dueling’. In Santaemilia Jose and Patricia Bou (eds). Gender and Sexual Identities in Transition: Cross-cultural Perspectives. Cambridge Scholar Publishing, Cambridge, pp. 118-141.
  • Doukanari, Elli. (2007). ‘Female sexuality in Greek-Cypriot chattista: Traditional ideologies re-evaluated and negotiated’. In Santaemilia Jose, Patricia Bou, Sergio Maruenda and Gora Zaragoza (eds). International Perspectives on Gender and Language. Universitat de Valencia, Valencia, pp. 105-124.
  • Doukanari, Elli. (1995). ‘Applying discourse analysis to students’ videotaped performances: A recent methodology, a new beginning’. In Haggstrom Margaret A., Leslie Z. Morgan & Joseph A. Wieczorek (eds). The Foreign Language Classroom: Bridging Theory and Practice, Garland, New York, pp. 71-88.
  • Economidou-Kogetsidis Maria (2012). ‘Modifying oral requests in a foreign language: The case of Greek Cypriot learners of English’. In Economidou-Kogetsidis Maria & Helen Woodfield (eds). Interlanguage Request Modification, John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia, pp.163-202.
  • Woodfield, Helen and Maria Economidou-Kogetsidis (2012). “Modification in Interlanguage Requests”. In Economidou-Kogetsidis Maria & Helen Woodfield (eds). Interlanguage Request Modification, John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia, pp. 1-8.
  • Economidou-Kogetsidis, Maria (2004). ‘Requestive Directness in Intercultural Communication: Greek and English’. In Leigh J. and Loo E. (eds). Outer Limits: A Reader in Communication and Behaviour Across Cultures. Language Australia, Melbourne, pp. 25-48.
  • Economidou-Kogetsidis, Maria (2004). ‘Greek Non-Native Speakers’ Requests and Degree of Directness’. In Garces Conejos P., Gomez Moron R., Fernαndez Amaya L. and Padilla Cruz M. (eds). Current Trends in Intercultural, Cognitive and Social Pragmatics. Sevilla: Editorial Kronos, pp. 53-66.
  • Mackay, Polina (2001). ‘H.D.’s Modernism’. In Christodoulides Nephie and Polina Mackay (eds). The Cambridge Companion to H.D. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Mackay, Polina.and Nephie Christodoulides (2011). ‘Introduction: H.D.’s Contexts and Works’. In Christodoulides Nephie and Polina Mackay (eds). The Cambridge Companion to H.D. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Mackay, Polina (2010). ‘‘There are no harmless ways to remake oneself’: Re-Invention of Self in Bharati Mukherjee’. In Dodgson-Katiyo Pauline and Gina Wisker (eds). Rites of Passage in Postcolonial Women’s Writing. Rodopi, Amsterdam/New York, pp.113-128.
  • Mackay, Polina (2010). ‘Highway to Home: Diane Glancy’s Travel Poems’. In MackayJames (Ed.). The Salt Companion to Diane Glancy. Salt Publishing, Cambridge, pp. 30-43.
  • Mackay, Polina (2009). ‘Naked Lunch: The Cover Story’. In Harris Oliver and Ian MacFadyen (eds). Naked Lunch @ 50: Anniversary Essays. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, pp.152-9.
  • Mackay, Polina & Kathryn Nicol (2009). ‘Introduction: The Postmodern, Transnationalism, and Global Identity’. In Mackay Polina and Kathryn Nicol (eds). Kathy Acker and Transnationalism. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Cambridge, pp. 1-10.
  • Mackay, Polina (2008). ‘James Berry and his Works’. In Persoon Jim and Robert Watson (eds). The Companion to British Poetry, 1900 to the Present. New York: Facts on File.
  • Mackay, Polina (2007). ‘Authorship in the Writings and Films of William S. Burroughs’. In Hadjiafxendi Kyriaki and Polina Mackay (eds). Authorship in Context: From the Theoretical to the Material. Palgrave, Basingstoke, pp.113-130.
  • Mackay, Polina and Kyriaki Hadjiafxendi (2007). ‘Introduction: Authorship and its Contexts’. In Hadjiafxendi Kyriaki and Polina Mackay (eds). Authorship in Context: From the Theoretical to the Material. Palgrave, Basingstoke, pp. 1-14.
  • Papapavlou, A. and Sophocleous, A. (2009). ‘Language Attitudes and Folk Perceptions towards Linguistic Variation’. In Karyolemou M., P. Pavlou, and S. Tsiplakou. (eds). Studies in Language Variation – European Perspectives II,
  • John Benjamins, Amsterdam, pp.179-190.
  • Savvidou, Christine (2010). ‘Myths, Memories and ‘Chasing Stories’: Exploring Professional Identity in the Narratives of University Language Teachers.”. In Watzke John, Paul Miller, Miguel Mantero (eds). In Readings in Language Studies: Language and Power. International Society for Language Studies, pp. 115-135.
  • Sophocleous, Andry and Themistocleous, Christiana (forthcoming) ‘‘En exun aipin!’: Linguistic and Sociocultural Elements in the Use of the Greek-Cypriot Dialect on Facebook’. In Raúl Sánchez Prieto (Ed.). Mikroglottika: Minority languages and the Social Web. Peter Lang, Berlin.
  • Sophocleous, Andry (2010). “The Impact of Setting on Young Speakers’ Language Attitudes towards the Standard and Non-standard Varieties”. In JørgensenJ. Normann (Ed.). Love Ya Hate Ya. Studies in Youth Language and Youth Identities. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 98-122.
  • Sophocleous, Andry (2009). “The Social Politics of Employing Standard Modern Greek and the Greek-Cypriot Dialect in Education”. In Odebunmi A, A. Arua and S. Arimi (eds). Language, Gender and Politics. Lagos: Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization, pp. 425-447.
  • Papapavlou, Andreas and Sophocleous, Andry (2009). “Language Attitudes and Folk Perceptions towards Linguistic Variation’. In Karyolemou M., P. Pavlou, and S. Tsiplakou (eds). Studies in Language Variation – European Perspectives II. MAmsterdam: John Benjamins, pp.179-190.
  • Sophocleous, Andry (2006). ‘Identity Formation and Dialect Use among Young Speakers of The Greek-Cypriot Community in Cyprus’.In Kiely R., P. Rea-Dickins, H. Woodfield, and G. Clibbon (eds). Language, Culture and Identity in Applied Linguistics. Equinox Publishing, London, pp. 61-77.
  • Stewart, Paul (2002). ‘The Need for Beckett’. In . Caselli Daniella, Steven Connor, Laura Salisbury (eds). Other Becketts. Tallahassee: Journal of Beckett Studies Books, pp.17-28.
  • Stewart, Paul (2005). ‘Denominations’.  In Karin B. Costello (Ed.) Cypriot Identities: Conversations on Paper. Intercollege Press, pp.145-147.
  • Stewart, Paul (2007). ‘But Why Shakespeare: The Muted Role of Dickens in Endgame’. In ByronMark S. (Ed.) Samuel Beckett’s Endgame. Rodopi Press, Amsterdam, pp. 207-227.
  • Stewart, Paul (2007). ‘Samuel Beckett’. In Maunder Andrew (Ed.). The Companion to the British Short Story and Short Fiction. New York: Facts on File Inc: 32. encyclopaedia entry.
  • Stewart, Paul (2007). “First Love” In The Companion to the British Short Story and Short Fiction.  Ed. Andrew Maunder. New York: Facts on File Inc: 151-152. encyclopaedia entry.
  • Stewart, Paul (2007). ‘Ping’.  In Maunder Andrew (Ed.). The Companion to the British Short Story and Short Fiction. New York: Facts in File Inc: 324. encyclopaedia entry.
  • Stewart, Paul (2007). ‘The whole to be tossed off with bravura’: Memory, Fiction and Non-identity in Samuel Beckett’s The Unnamable’. In StephanidesStephanos(Ed.). Cultures of Memory/ Memories of Culture. University of Nicosia Press, Nicosia, pp. 243-256.
  • Stewart, Paul (2009). ‘Living the Unnamable: Towards a Phenomenology of Reading The Unnamable’. In Feldman Matthew & Ulrika Maude (eds). Beckett and Phenomenology. Continuum Press, London, pp. 177-193.
  • Stewart, Paul (2010). ‘Sterile Reproduction: Death of the Species and Fictional Regeneration in Beckett’. In Feldman Mathew, Steve Barfield & Philip Tew(eds). Beckett and Death.  Continuum Press, London, pp. 169-187.
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2011). “Jean Rhys,” “Edwidge Danticat” in Encyclopaedia of the Caribbean. In Garrigus John (Ed.). New York: Facts on File. Encyclopaedia entries.
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2010). ‘Breaking Totems and Taboos: Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses’. In Bloom Harold and Blake G. Hobby (eds). Sin and Redemption: Bloom’s Literary Series. Chelsea House Publishers, New York, pp. 189-197.
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2010). ‘With Orlando in Wonderland’.In Bloom Harold and Blake G. Hobby (eds). Dark Humour: Bloom’s Literary Series. Chelsea House Publishers, New York, pp.151-158.
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2009). ‘The Name of the Rose and the Labyrinths of Reading’. In Bloom Harold and Blake G. Hobby (eds). The Labyrinth: Bloom’s Literary Series. Chelsea House Publishers, New York, pp. 173-181.
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2009). ‘In Search of New Subjectivity: Identity in the Novels of Toni Morrison’. In Critical Insights: Toni Morrison. Eds. Solomon O. Iyasere and Marla W. Iyasere. Pasadena, CA: Salem Press: 185-202.
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2008). ‘Elfriede Jelinek’. In Sollars Michael D. (Ed.) The Facts On File Companion to the World Novel: 1900 to the Present. Facts on File,  New York, pp. 402-403.
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2007). “Literature,” “Seduction” in The Greenwood Encyclopaedia of Love, Courtship, and Sexuality through History: The Colonial and Revolutionary Age, vol. 4. Ed. Merrill D. Smith. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood Press. Encyclopaedia entries.
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2007). “Biographical criticism,” “Structuralism,” and “Historicism” inA Companion to the British Short Story and Short Fiction. Ed. Andrew Maunder. New York: Facts on File: 479; 502-503; 485-486. Encyclopaedia entries.
  • Terzieva-Artemis, Rossitsa (2004). “Patriarchy,” “Homoeroticism,” and “Anal Sex” in Encyclopaedia of Rape.  Ed. Merrill D. Smith. Santa Barbara, CA: Greenwood Press. Encyclopaedia entries.