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Professor Douglas Tallack,
University of Nottingham, UK,
 
Professor of American Studies,
Head of the School of American & Canadian Studies and
Dean of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Nottingham.

His publications include: Twentieth Century America, The Nineteenth-Century American Short-Story, Literary Theory at Work (ed.) and Critical Theory: A Reader (ed.) and many articles on American culture and history. He has won the Arthur Miller Prize on two occasions, most recently for the essay on Jacob Riis which is included in the present book.

Professor Tallack is Director of this AHRB Three American Cities project and, in this context, is researching a book provisionally entitled City Sights: Visuality, Space and Modernity in New York City, 1870s to 1930s.


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