A new summer program in Bath addresses the philosophical and political issues pertinent to a selection of literary works about ideal and hellish societies. An information session will be held 2 to 3 p.m. November 14 in Dewey Hall 2-110C.
Jeffrey Tucker studies literature as a context for discussions about postmodernism, cultural and identity politics, and racial representation. Much of his research has addressed the genre of science fiction. His current projects include articles on technology and identity in novels by Octavia E. Butler as well as a study of the life and writings of John A. Williams.
Courses in African-American fiction, drama, and autobiography; science fiction; and postmodernism