Christopher Raczkowski | Associate Professor
Specializes in post-Civil War American literature with an emphasis on modernism and
HUMB 270 | 460-7550 | email@example.com
"Chester Himes, Frantz Fanon and the Literary Decolonization of Harlem." LIT: Literature, Interpretation, Theory 12.1 (2012): 1-25.
"Chester Bomar Himes," entry in Blackwell's Encyclopedia of Twentieth-Century American Fiction. Blackwell Publishing, 2011.
"Metonymic Hats and Metaphorical Tumbleweeds: Noir Literary Aesthetics in Miller's Crossing and The Big Lebowski." In The Year's Work in Lebowski Studies, eds. Edward Comentale and Aaron Jaffe. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2009.
"The Sublime Train of Sight in A Hazard of New Fortunes." Studies in the Novel 50.3 (2008): 284-306.
"The Simple Art of Murder Criticism." [featured review essay of three critical studies of detective narrative and modernism] MFS: Modern Fiction Studies, 53.4 (2007). 876-886.
"From Modernity's Detection to Modernist Detectives: Narrative Vision in the Work of Allan Pinkerton and Dashiell Hammett," Modern Fiction Studies (December 2003). 629-660.