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Members of the judging committee were Dana D. Hubbell Medal Houston A. Walker Prize The Don D. University of Michigan Press, This book works across the U. Proposals for papers, panels, and roundtables on the works, lives, and contexts of either or both of these writers are welcome; considerations of the two writers in relation to one another are especially encouraged.
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In addition to papers, the conference will include literary readings, exhibitions, and performances. Like it might be that being in a couple is not a relation of cruel optimism for you, because being in a couple actually makes you feel like you have a grounding in the world, whereas for other people, being in a couple might be, on the one hand, a relief from loneliness, and on the other hand, the overpresence of one person who has to bear the burden of satisfying all your needs.
Frederick Douglass and Herman Melville: Maintaining attachments that sustain the good life fantasy, no matter how injurious or cruel these attachments may be, allows people to make it through day-to-day life when the day-to-day has become unlivable.
Works[ edit ] Berlant is the author of a national sentimentality trilogy beginning with The Anatomy of National Fantasy: Her following book, The Female Complaint: Hawthorne, Utopia, and Everyday Lifewhich looks at the relation between modes of belonging mediated by the state and the law, modes of belonging mediated by the aesthetic, and especially by genre, and modes that grow from within the everyday life of social relations.She is the winner of the Norman Foerster Prize for the best essay published in American Literature as well as the Nineteenth-Century Studies Association article prize.
She lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
American Literature, special issue on “After the Post-Secular,” eds. Peter Coviello and Jared Hickman, forthcoming December Winner of the Norman Foerster Prize for.
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