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  • Goldman, A.E. 2011. "Ode to Energy." Southwest Review.

  • Goldman, A.E. 2010. "Wild Things." The Pedestrian 1.

  • Goldman, A. 2010. Questions of Transport. Georgia Review 64: 69-88.

  • Goldman, A. 2009. Double Vision. Gettysburg Review 22: 213-224.

  • Goldman, A.E. 2008. "In Praise of Saul Bellow." Michigan Quarterly Review.

  • Goldman, A. 2008. Listening to Gershwin. Georgia Review 62: 353-372.

  • Goldman, A. 2008. Soulful Modernism. Southwest Review 93: 13-30.

  • Goldman, A.E. 2007. "Against Mourning." Zeek: A Jewish Journal of Thought and Culture.

  • Goldman, A. 2006. Stargazing in the Atomic Age. Georgia Review 60: 271-291.

  • Goldman, A.E. 2005. "Rereading My Antonia." In The Cambridge Companion to Willa Cather, edited by M. Lindemann. Cambridge University Press.

  • Goldman, Anne Elizabeth and Amelia de la Luz Montes. 2004. María Amparo Ruiz de Burton: Critical and Pedagogical Perspectives. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.

  • GOLDMAN, Anne. 2003. Continental Divides. St. Martins Press.

  • Goldman, A.E. 1998. "African American Culinary Autobiography." In Oxford Companion to African American Literature, edited by . Oxford University Press.

  • Goldman, A.E. 1998. "Autobiography, Ethnography, and History: A Model for Reading." In Women, Autobiography, Theory: A Reader, edited by S. Smith and J. Watson. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

  • Goldman, A.E. 1998. "'I think our romance is spoiled,' or, Crossing Genres: The Status of History in Maria Amparo Ruiz de Burton's The Squatter and the Don and Helen Hunt Jackson's Ramona. In Over the Edge: Mapping Western Experience, edited by V. Matsumoto and B. Allmendinger. Berkeley: University of California Press.

  • Goldman, A.E. 1996. "'Who ever heard of a blue-eyed Mexican?': Satire and Sentimentality in Maria Amparo Ruize de Burton's Who Would Have Thought It? In Recovering the U.S. Hispanic Literary Heritage, edited by E.G. Berry and C. Tatum. Houston: Arte Publico Press.

  • Goldman, Anne Elizabeth. 1996. Take My Word: Autobiographical Innovations of Ethnic American Working Women. Berkeley: University of California Press.

  • Goldman, A. 1994. Reviews. MELUS 19: 129-131.

  • Goldman, A.E. 1993. "Is That What She Said? The Politics of Collaborative Autobiography." Cultural Critique.

  • Goldman, A.E. 1992. "I yam what I yam': Cooking, Culture and Colonialism." In De/Colonizing the Subject: Politics and Gender in Women's Autobiographical Practice, edited by S. Smith and J. Watson. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

  • Goldman, A. 1990. `I made the ink'. Feminist Studies 16: 313-330.

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Educational Background

  • 1993 – Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley (English)

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  • NEH Summer Stipend

  • RSCAP Summer Fellowship

  • Faculty Diversity Development Award

  • Impart Research Grant

  • Junior Faculty Development Award

  • Chancellors Dissertation Year Fellowship

  • Lets Talk About It

  • Ahmanson/Getty Postdoctoral Fellowship

  • Woodrow Wilson Research Grant

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Positions & Honors

  • 2012 – "Ode to Energy", Notable Essay, Best American Essays 2012

  • 2011 – "Questions of Transport: Reading Primo Levi Reading Dante", Notable Essay, Best American Essays 2011

  • 2011 – Goldstein Award for Excellence in Scholarship, Sonoma State University

  • 2010 – Notable Essays, "Double Vision", Best American Essays 2010

  • 2010 – Special Mention, Pushcart Prize, "Soulful Modernism", Pushcart Prize XXXIV Best of the Small Presses

  • 2009 – Silver Award, Best Essay, "Listening to Gershwin", Magazine Association of the Southeast GAMMA Awards

  • 2009 – Notable Essays, "In Praise of Saul Bellow", Best American Essays 2009

  • 2007 – Nominee for a National Magazine Award, essay category, The Georgia Review (for "Stargazing in the Atmoic Age")

  • 2007 – Notable Essays, "Stargazing in the Atomic Age", Best American Essays 2007

  • 2006 – "We the People" project award, NEH

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