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    • After humanism 

      Snelgrove, Chelsea Harold (uga, 2007-12)
      This essay proposes a posthumanist theory of ethics and politics. It addresses the philosophical problems which occur when ethical and political values are not derived from a theory of human nature. Two basic difficulties ...
    • Rediscovering Lena Grove's role in William Faulkner's Light in August 

      Hoskins, J. Hunter (uga, 2006-08)
      This study reinterprets Lena Grove’s role in William Faulkner’s Light in August by closely investigating the social conditions which produce the narrator’s ideology. Previous criticism has stripped Lena of her subjectivity ...
    • The politics of gynotopia 

      Kelley, Rhonda Leigh (uga, 2005-08)
      This dissertation examines the phenomena of all-female communities from ancient Roman to twentieth century English and French Literatures. I am especially interested in the seemingly inevitable disentigration of the community ...
    • The utopic critique: 

      Stone, Jordan Randal (uga, 2017-08)
      This dissertation sets forth a new conception of utopia by which we can read American literature over the long 20th century, and makes a critical intervention into the ways we think about the structure of narrative, ...