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The space of sovereignty: Authority, literature and historiography in eighteenth-century England
My dissertation argues that eighteenth-century fiction and historiography provide a radically different epistemology of social formation and sovereignty than can be found in the philosophy of the period. Reading fiction ...
Dark articulations: Nation and narration in the colonial and postcolonial gothic
"Dark Articulations: Nation and Narration in the Colonial and Postcolonial Gothic" argues that the Gothic novel is the primary literary mode through which colonial imperialism has been articulated and negotiated. This ...
Bringing the tiger into the parlor: The consumption of exotic objects in the nineteenth-century British novel
"Bringing the Tiger into the Parlor: The Consumption of Exotic Objects in the Nineteenth-Century British Novel" considers the ways foreign objects are exotified through consumption and display in the domestic settings of ...