Michaela Bronstein

Michaela Bronstein is Assistant Professor of English at Stanford University. Her first book, Out of Context: The Uses of Modernist Fiction, is forthcoming from Oxford University Press in the Modernist Literature and Culture series. In it, she argues that the political uses of modernist literary forms are most clearly apparent not in their own historical context but in the ways later writers appropriate and repurpose them. Her work has appeared in Modern Language Quarterly, the Journal of Modern Literature, Essays in Criticism, and, most recently, American Literary History, where an article about the midcentury African-American afterlives of 19th-century novels about terrorism is in the Spring issue.
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