literature

Edan Dekel , Classics

classics.williams.edu/profile/edekel/ Latin language and literature Greek language and literature Hebrew Bible Ancient and medieval Judaism Medieval European literature Historical linguistics… Continue reading »

Brian Martin, French

http://cflang.williams.edu/profile/bmartin/ Nineteenth-Century French Literature Twentieth-Century French Fiction and Film Gender, Sexuality, and Queer Studies (Gay, Lesbian, Bi, Trans Identities) Military History, Literature, Sexuality (including Gays in the Military) Nordic Literature & Film from Scandinavia to Québec… Continue reading »

Amanda Wilcox, Classics

classics.williams.edu/profile/awilcox/ Latin literature of the late republic and early empire Roman cultural history, especially gender studies and intellectual history Ancient philosophy: Plato, Hellenistic ethics, Stoicism Greek literature… Continue reading »

Christian Thorne, English

english.williams.edu/profile/cthorne Critical theory Eighteenth-century philosophy and German idealism The epic The history of the novel, especially the historical and postcolonial novels Horror & the Gothic Rock & Roll… Continue reading »

Gage McWeeny, English

english.williams.edu/profile/gmcweeny Nineteenth-century novel and realism more generally Victorian poetry non-fiction prose, and drama sociology and literature literature and science the history of criticism twentieth-century and contemporary experimental, uncreative, or conceptual writing and art aesthetics and boredom… Continue reading »

Kathryn Kent, English

http://english.williams.edu/profile/kkent/ Late nineteenth-century U.S. literature literary theory queer theory feminist and gender theory U.S. women’s literature U.S. queer literature cultural studies cultural theory biography oral history… Continue reading »

Gail Newman, German

cflang.williams.edu/profile/gnewman 20th- and 21st-century Austrian literature and culture, especially Schnitzler, Kafka, Bachmann, Gerhard Roth Psychoanalytic theory: Freud, Winnicott, Lacan 18th- and 19th-century German literature, especially Novalis, Kleist, Hoffmann… Continue reading »

Robert Bell, English

english.williams.edu/profile/rbell Shakespeare comedy humor satire 18th-century literature the English novel poetry epics mock-epics James Joyce modernism postmodernism David Foster Wallace… Continue reading »

Stephen Fix, English

english.williams.edu/profile/sfix English literature Eighteenth-century British literature, particularly the works of Henry Fielding, Laurence Sterne, and Samuel Johnson History of the novel Elegies as a poetic genre Twentieth-century American fiction, particularly the works of Vladimir Nabokov and Thomas Pynchon… Continue reading »

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