Professor Emeritus of Humanities
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has published on American literature, interdisciplinary studies, literary theory and psychoanalytic criticism. He specializes in Hemingway Studies with emphasis on psychoanalysis. Among his most recent publications on Hemingway are: “Hemingway on War and Peace.” North Dakota Quarterly 68.2-3 (2001), "The Prose of Life: Lived Experience in the Fiction of Hemingway, Sartre, and Beauvoir." North Dakota Quarterly 70.4 (2003), “Hedâyat and Hemingway: A Study in Comparative Stylistics.” Edebiyat 13: 2 (2003). His essay “Alchemy, Memory, and Archetypes: Reading Hemingway’s Under Kilimanjaro as An African Fairy Tale” is forthcoming in Ernest Hemingway and the Geography of Memory.