Author with Robert L. McLaughlin of We'll Always Have the Movies: American Cinema During World War II and editor for over 25 years of the Sinclair Lewis Society Newsletter.
American Literature of the 20th Century, Drama, Bible as Literature, Adolescent Series Fiction, World War II popular culture
Sinclair Lewis, American Literature between World War I and World War II, World War II popular culture, Adolescent Series Fiction
Parry, Sally E. Rev. of Beyond Rosie: A Documentary History of Women and World War II. Ed. Julia Brock, Jennifer W. Dickey, Richard J. W. Harker, and Catherine M. Lewis. Journal of American Culture 40.1 (2017): 77-78.
Parry, Sally E. Rev. of Capturing the Women’s Army Corps: The World War II Photographs of Charlotte T. McGraw. Ed. Françoise Barnes Bonnell and Ronald Kevin Bullis. Journal of American Culture 39.2 (2016): 241-42.
Parry, Sally E. Carl Van Vechten and the Harlem Renaissance: A Portrait in Black and White. By Emily Bernard. Journal of American Culture 37.1 (2014): 80-81.
Parry, Sally E. “Boundary Ambiguity and Abortion: Women’s Choices in Sinclair Lewis’s Ann Vickers and Kingsblood Royal.” Sinclair Lewis: New Critical Essays. Ed. James M. Hutchisson. Troy, NY: Whitston, 1997. 68-79.
“Floating above History: The Chums of Chance in Against the Day.” Dime Novel Round-Up 84.1 (2015): 23-33.
Parry, Sally E. “‘Catching the War’: Jessica Swanlake’s Brief Liberation.” Pynchon Notes 50-51 (2002) : 97-107.
Parry, Sally E. “The Clue in the Old Book: Relating Adolescent Fiction to American Culture.” Exercise Exchange 45.2 (2000): 8-10.