Field-Of-Study: Literary Criticism

Joseph R. Slaughter

Joseph Slaughter teaches and publishes in the fields of postcolonial literature and theory, African, Caribbean, and Latin American literatures, postcolonialism, narrative theory, human rights, and twentieth-century ethnic and third world literatures. His many publications include articles on the narrative foundations of human rights in Human Rights Quarterly, "Humanitarian Reading" in Humanitarianism and Suffering, torture and

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Lisa Rodensky

I focus on nineteenth- and twentieth-century British literature. My book, The Crime in Mind: Criminal Responsibility and the Victorian Novel (Oxford UP, 2003), attends in particular to the interdisciplinary study of law and literature. I am also the editor of Decadent Poetry from Wilde to Naidu (Penguin, 2006). Currently, I am working on a book-length manuscript

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