Jonathan D Greenberg
In addition to my teaching and research, I serve as Deputy Chair.
- Monday 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
- Wednesday 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
- Monday 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
- Wednesday 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
- Modernism, Satire and the Novel Page
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- Melville and Occupy Wall Street
- Diane Ravitch's Blog - A Leading Voice for Public Education
- "'Was Anyone Hurt?': A Handful of Dust and the Ends of Satire"
- "Nathanael West and the Mystery of Feeling"
- "Cannibals and Catholics: Reading the Reading of Black Mischief"
- "Okonkwo and the Storyteller: Death, Accident, and Meaning in Chinua Achebe and Walter Benjamin"
- "Why Can't Biologists Read Poetry?"
- "Darwin and Literary Studies"
- "The Ideology of the Mermaid"
- The Modernist Novel's Experiments with Narrative
Cambridge Introduction to Satire
Part of the Cambridge Introductions series, this book aims to provide a general overview of satire for undergraduates and general readers. While it will draw upon satire from Aristophanes through Stephen Colbert, it will also place a heavy emphasis on modern and contemporary works, which have usually been neglected in favor of the ancient and Enlightenment canons.