MARGARET M TOSCANO

Curriculum Vitae Biosketch

MARGARET M TOSCANO portrait
  • Director of Graduate Studies, World Languages and Cultures
  • Associate Professor, World Languages and Cultures

Publications

Publications

  • "Medusa and Perseus, and the Relationship between Myth and Science," in Medusa and her Sisters: The Cnidaria, Past, Present and Future, Springer. In press, 02/27/2015.
  • “The Mormon ‘Ordain Women’ Movement: The Virtue of Virtual Activism,” in Feminism in the 21st Century: Technology, Dialogue, and Expanding Borders, Routledge. Published, 01/15/2015.
  • "Priesthood and LDS Women in the 20th Century," in Ordain Women and Resurgent Mormon Feminism: Voices for Equality in a Conservative Faith Tradition, Greg Kofford Books. Accepted, 12/01/2014.
  • “Class, Chaos, and Control in Rome, Season 2,” in Rome, Season Two: Trial and Triumph, Edinburgh University Press. In press, 12/01/2014.
  • Encyclopedia Entry: “Herm, or Herma,” in Encyclopedia of the Penis, AltaMira Press. Accepted, 12/2013.
  • “The Eyes Have It: Female Desire on Attic Greek Vases," Arethusa (Johns Hopkins UP) 46.1 (2013): 1-40. Published, 01/2013.
  • “The Womanizing of Mark Antony: Virile Ruthlessness and Redemptive Cross-Dress in Rome, Season Two," in Ancient Worlds in Film and Television: Gender and Politics, Brill. Published, 01/2013.
  • “Movement from the Margins: Mormon Women’s Visions of the Mother God,” in Spirit, Faith and Church: Women’s Experiences in the English-Speaking World, 17th-21st Century, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 207-226. Published, 01/2012.
  • “Love is Hell: Torment, Sex, and Redemption in the Cupid and Psyche Myth,” in Hell and Its Afterlife, ed. Isabel Moreira and Margaret Toscano, Ashgate. Published, 12/01/2010.
  • Hell and Its Afterlife: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives, co-edited with Isabel Moreira, Ashgate Publishing. Published, 12/01/2010.
  • “Mormon Morality and Immortality in Stephenie Meyer’s Twilight Series,” in Bitten by Twilight: Youth Culture, Media, and the Vampire Franchise, ed. Melissa Click, Jennifer Stevens Aubrey, and Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz, Peter Lang, pp. 21-36. Published, 05/01/2010.
  • "Homer Meets the Coen Brothers: Memory as Artistic Pastiche in *O Brother, Where Art Thou?*" in *Film and History: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Film and Television Studies,* vol. 39.2. Published, 2009.
  • “Gowns and Gossip: Gender and Class Struggle in Rome,” in *Rome, Season One: History Makes Television,* ed. Monica S. Cyrino, with Blackwell. Published, 2008.
  • “Is There a Place for Heavenly Mother in Mormon Theology? An Investigation into Discourses of Power,” in Discourses in Mormon Theology: Philosophical and Theological Possibilities, Greg Kofford Books, 193-223. Published, 01/2007.