Literature Lab Podcasts

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Welcome to Literature Lab (L.L.). L.L. is a series of interviews with literary scholars about the questions and concepts that drive their work. These podcasts are for anyone who takes pleasure in reading. L.L. is produced by David Sherman, who teaches in the English Department, and sponsored by the Theodore and Jane Norman Fund at Brandeis University. Feel free to email David with questions, ideas, or feedback.

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Keep reading.

J. Hillis Miller - Why Read? Thoughts from a Cold Heaven

Ben Marcus - Make It Strange: Ben Marcus on the Outskirts of Realism

Mary Poovey - On the Secret Lives of Literary Genres, Markets, and Money

Lara Langer Cohen - Fraudulence and the Making of U.S. Literature

William Flesch - Adventures in Close Reading

Gregory Castle - Yeats and Irish Revival

Robert Crossley - Imagining Mars

Robert Waxler - Convicted Reading, or, Literature in Alternative Sentencing

John Paul Riquelme - The Gothic Novel

Leah Price - How to Do Things with Books in Victorian Britain

Lisa Rodensky - Oprah, the Victorian Novel, and You

Nicholas Watson - The Medieval Imagination, or, the Fresh Blood of the Deep Past

Laura Tanner - Virtual Reality in 9/11 Fiction

Carrie J. Preston - Ezra Pound, Noh Theater, and Submission