E. L. McCallum

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E. L. McCallum is Associate Professor of English at Michigan State University where she teaches film studies, critical theory, queer and feminist theory, and LGBTQ literature. Her most recent book is Unmaking The Making of Americans: Toward an Aesthetic Ontology (SUNY 2018); she also coedited with Mikko Tuhkanen The Cambridge History of Gay and Lesbian Literature (Cambridge 2013); their previous collection was Queer Times, Queer Becomings (SUNY), and her first book was Object Lessons: How to Do Things with Fetishism (SUNY). She is completing a monograph on Sade’s lessons for our contemporary moment, and has published articles ranging from montage in Faulkner and Vertov; to aesthetic subjects in Proust, Bersani, and Sade; to the queer modern gothic.

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