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David Racker

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David Racker

David Racker has taught at Temple University for seventeen years, the last twelve in the Intellectual Heritage Program. He has published essays on Roland Barthes, Henry James, Marcel Proust, and Paul Bowles. His interests include American expatriate writers, and he’s currently working on a book length study of postmodern subjectivity in two expatriates, Henry James and Ernest Hemingway, and an expatriate of the mind, Wallace Stevens. He co-led Global Good in Rome during summer 2016. 

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Intellectual Heritage
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