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This study uses travel writings, US immigrant autobiographies, and concentration camp memoirs to illustrate how tales of dislocation present readers with a picture of the complex issues surrounding mistaken identities.
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Frances Bartkowski is a member of the English department and has previously served as Director of the Women’s Studies Program at the Graduate program at Rutgers. She is the author of Feminist Utopias (University of Nebraska Press), and Travelers, Immigrants, Inmates: Essays in Estrangement (University of Minnesota Press). She is the co-editor with Wendy Kolmar of Feminist Theory: A Reader (McGraw-Hill).Her current research for Kissing Cousins: A Kinship Bestiary for a New Century focuses on questions of kinship at the turn of the 21st century. She is also working on a novel, and a poetry manuscript. She teaches courses on contemporary autobiography, memoir, and women writers; she also regularly teaches feminist theory courses at the undergraduate and graduate level.
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