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Susan Cooke Weeber

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Susan Cooke Weeber

Fall 2015 Dissertation Fellow

Department of English

College of the Liberal Arts



Biography:

During Dr. Susan Weeber's fellowship year, she presented papers at ASAP (the Association for the Study of the Arts of the Present) and the Modern Language Association. Her article, “Archival Impulses, Historical Anxieties: Preservation and Erasure in Philip K. Dick’s Martian Time-Slip,” is forthcoming in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction, and her interview with poet-artist-scholar John Keene is forthcoming in Contemporary Literature. She also took part in a group interview with Nathaniel Mackey, which will appear in the second issue of ASAP/Journal. She is currently working on an article entitled “In Search of a Post-Revolutionary Politics: Langston Hughes’s Emperor of Haiti.” Dr. Weeber is currently a Post-doctoral Fellow at the University of Rochester.