Death and Dying in Literature
Edited By John J. Han and Clark C. Triplett
About the Contributors
James Brown is an associate research fellow at Birkbeck, University of London. He taught film and literature at Middlesex University, and politics and sociology at Birkbeck. He currently teaches for IES Abroad. He has published on science fiction, romanticism, and literature on film. With Sam Ashenden, he co-edited a 2014 special issue of Economy and Society on guilt. They also convene the Birkbeck Guilt Group: http://www.bbk.ac.uk/bisr/research/guilt-working-group.
Daniela Chana, born in 1985 in Vienna, Austria, holds a doctoral degree in Comparative Literature from the University of Vienna. She is an author of fiction and art curator. As an independent scholar, she presented the outcome of her research at academic conferences in Oxford, London, Stockholm, Prague, and Salzburg. Her paper “Perversion, Madness and Crime in Young Italian Literature” has recently been published in the volume Madness, Women, and the Power of Art, edited by Laura Gonzalez and Frances Davies (Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press, 2013). Her short stories and poems have been published in various international literary journals and anthologies.
Debra L. Cumberland is a professor of English at Winona State University in Winona, Minnesota. She is the co-editor of Siblings and Autism: Stories Spanning Generations and Cultures (Jessica Kingsley Press) and the editor of Willa Cather’s The Song of the Lark (Rodopi). Her articles, stories, and essays have appeared in many journals and essay collections, such as American Literary Realism, The Laurel Review, and Natural Bridge. Cumberland received her ← 237 | 238 → B.A. from Carleton...
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