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Professor for the Department of English
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Caroline McCracken-Flesher teaches the British nineteenth-century, the novel wherever it is to be found, Scottish literature and culture, the postcolonial, literary theory, British comedy, the posthuman, and film and literature. Her interests range into science fiction, medical humanities, and the literature of aging. Professor McCracken-Flesher hails from the UK. She leads a number of international initiatives, including the UW summer school at Abbotsford (Scotland). She welcomes inquiries from students about courses and about their own potential projects in these fields.
Ph.D., Brown University
M.A., University of Edinburgh
Recent and Upcoming Courses
Modern Critical Theory and Practice: The Posthuman
Authors’ Houses: Nodes and Networks
2016: UW George Duke Humphrey Distinguished Professor.
2016: Honorary Fellow, Association for Scottish Literary Studies
2015: Speaker on Scottish Literature at the Scottish Parliament
The Doctor Dissected: A Cultural Autopsy of the Burke and Hare Murders (Oxford, 2012)
Possible Scotlands: Walter Scott and the Story of Tomorrow (Oxford, 2005).
Approaches to Teaching the Works of Robert Louis Stevenson (ed., MLA, 2012).
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