Tag Archives: Eve Kosofsky Sedwick

Article on Eve Sedgwick Published

The Writing Instructor‘s special issue on Eve Sedgwick’s “Queer and Now” is up on the internet, and it includes an article I co-wrote with T Meyerhoff, “Teaching/Feeling/Writing: A Theatrical Interlude on Affect, Performativity, and Plagiarism“! You should check it out!

Photo of Eve Sedgwick late in life with white glasses and a fabric Buddha head reflected in the window behind her

(Photo courtesy of H. A. Sedgwick, evekosofskysedgwick.net)

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My Chapter on Tennyson and Melville is Out!

My chapter, “The Queer, Statistical Kinship of Tennyson and Melville” is finally out! Read a PDF here or see a preview on Google Books.

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It’s collected in the volume Queer Victorian Families: Curious Relations in Literature, edited by Duc Dau and Shale Preston, just published by Routledge.

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What I Found on Project MUSE

Searching for myself on Project MUSE to find my review of Drinking History, I discovered that a paper I gave at the inaugural C19 conference in 2010 was mentioned in ESQ’s “The Year in Conferences.” You have to log in to see the whole thing, but all it says about me is:

In “Camp Encyclopedias and Reparative Imaginings in Moby-Dick,” Alec Magnet used the reparative reading theories of Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick and the object relations theory of Melanie Klein to explore Ishmael’s “campy” descriptive exuberance in Moby-Dick. Ishmael’s “omniscient exhaustiveness” attempts to defer the void represented by the white whale, modeling vitality and appreciation despite the terror and death ever present on the Pequod.

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My Review of “Drinking History” Is Out

Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 111.4 (2013)My review of Andrew F. Smith’s Drinking History: Fifteen Turning Points in the Making of American Beverages has just come out in The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 111.2. The Register is one of the oldest historical journals in the U.S., and I’m excited to appear in it. Read on Project MUSE or as a PDF.

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