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Emily S. Davis specializes in contemporary
Global Literature, with a particular focus on the intersections of gender,
globalization, genre, and race. She is
the author of Rethinking the Romance Genre: Global Intimacies in
Contemporary Literary and Visual Cultures (2013) as well as articles
on South African fiction, queer neoliberalism, and human rights. She is
currently writing a book about how visions of social justice in contemporary
Global literature and activism might help us rethink foundational concepts in
human rights discourse such as the universal, the human, the collective, and
the good life.
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