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Published Article:GLB Biographies and the Mann Siblings

In the Summer 2010 issue of  Politics and Culture, my critique of GLB biographies and a discussion of Erika and Klaus Mann, (the children of Thomas Mann), Germany’s Weimer Republic, and the rise of fascism was published. Here is the link: In the Shadow of the Progress Narrative: The Problems and Potentials within GLB and Intellectual Biographies
Feel free to comment on my blog, since comments are closed on the journal’s website.

Also check out Jennifer Miller’s article The Outcast Redeemer, which reviews Sheila Rowbotham’s biography of Edward Carpenter and discusses the importance of revisiting Carpenter’s life in this political and academic moment.

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