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Deppman, Jed

Jed Deppman
Irvin E. Houck Professor in the Humanities
Director of Comparative Literature Program
Associate Professor of Comparative Literature and English
Oberlin College
jdeppman@oberlin.edu

Selected Publications

Trying to Think with Emily Dickinson. U. of Massachusetts, 2nd printing, 2010.

Genetic Criticism: Texts and Avant-Textes. (With Michael Groden and Daniel Ferrer.) U. of Pennsylvania, 2004.

Emily Dickinson and Contemporary Poetics. Special issue of The Emily Dickinson Journal. Coedited with Joy Ladin.

“Joyce – Event – Derrida – Event – Joyce.” Joyce and Derrida. Andrew Mitchell and Sam Slote, eds. 2011.

“The Problem of Genesis in the Texts of Joyce.” Hypermedia Joyce. David Vichnar and Louis Armand, eds. Praha, Czech Republic: Litteraria Pragensia. 141-162. 2010.

“James Joyce Composing a Chapter: Finnegans Wake 2.4.” How Joyce Wrote Finnegans Wake: A Chapter-by-Chapter Genetic Guide. Luca Crispi and Sam Slote, eds. University of Wisconsin Press. 304-46. 2006.

“History in the Poetry of próspero saíz: A Reading of ‘document.’” MELUS (Multi- Ethnic Literatures of the United States. 30: 1 (2005): 205-233.

“Trying to Think with Emily Dickinson.” The Emily Dickinson Journal. 14: 1 (2005): 84-103.

“Genetic Criticism.” The Johns Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism, Revised Edition. With Daniel Ferrer and Michael Groden. Michael Groden, Martin Kreiswirth, and Imre Szeman, eds. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2004. 427-30.

“Re-Presenting Paul Valéry’s Monsieur Teste.” Symploké. 11: 1-2 (2003): 197-211.
“The Return of Medievalism: James Joyce in 1923.” European Joyce Studies. 13: 1 (2002): 39-71.

“‘I Could Not Have Defined the Change’: Rereading the Definition Poems.” The Emily Dickinson Journal. 11: 1 (2002): 49-80.

“Dickinson, Death, and the Sublime.” The Emily Dickinson Journal. 9: 1 (2000): 1-20.

“Joyce, Vico, and the Lord’s Prayer.” European Joyce Studies. 9:1 (1999): 65-82.

“Jean-Luc Nancy, Myth, and Literature.” Qui Parle. 10: 2 (1997): 11-32.

“History with Style: The Impassible Writing of Flaubert.” Style. 30: 1 (1996): 28-49. 1996.