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Professor Daniel Katz

Professor

Email: d dot katz at warwick dot ac dot uk
Tel: +44 (0)24 7657 5681



H5.31
Humanities Building, University Road
University of Warwick
Coventry CV4 7AL

About

Professor Daniel Katz teaches on the English and Comparative Literary Studies program. His research mostly focuses on modernism and its aftermath extending to the present day, with a special interest in poetry and poetics. His latest book is The Poetry of Jack Spicer (Edinburgh UP, 2013) and recent and forthcoming articles and chapters include "Translation and the American modernist novel " in The Cambridge Companion to the American Modernist Novel, and "Jack Spicer" in The Cambridge Companion to American Poetry, along with pieces on Samuel Beckett, Ezra Pound, Charles Olson, Ben Lerner, and Peter Gizzi. He has been an Executive Board member of the Samuel Beckett Society, and is currently co-director of Warwick's Centre for Research in Philosophy, Literature and the Arts. Daniel welcomes applications from potential doctoral students in modernism (especially Beckett and Pound) and contemporary avant-gardes, American poetry, twentieth and twenty-first century poetry and poetics, critical theory (particularly psychoanalysis, translation and multilingualism, and the work of J. Derrida), and his other areas of expertise, and looks favourably on comparatist problematics and work across languages (especially French, Spanish, and Italian) or national literatures.

Research interests

Modernism, the avant-garde, and post-modernism; psychoanalysis, philosophy, and critical theory; transatlantic literary studies; translation and multilingualism; poetry and poetics; the lyric subject, and autobiographical constructions.

Teaching and supervision

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Selected publications

Qualifications

  • BA (Reed College)
  • PhD (Stanford University)