- Michael Zeitlin, Faulkner and the Scene of Misrecognition.
- Joseph Adamson, Struggling Brothers: Recognition and Méconnaissance, Affect and Script in Go Down, Moses.
- John N. Duvall, Was Ike Black? Avuncular Racechange in Go Down, Moses.
- Charmaine Eddy, The Subject of Race: Imaginary Whiteness in Go Down, Moses.
- Reginald Dyck, The Social Construction of Conscience in Faulkner's "Barn Burning".
- Margo Crawford, The Interracial Embodiment of Contradiction in Absalom, Absalom!
- Clifford E. Wulfaman, Outraged Recapitulation and Artful Garrulousness.
- Jared F. Green,Brutal Communities: Speech, Misrecognition and the Discipline of Race in Light in August.
- D. Stringer, Memory as Fetish: Light in August.
- Lisa Hinrichsen, A History that has No Place: Trauma and Temple Drake in Sanctuary.