kevin.har@mahidol.ac.th

Education

  • Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, University of California, San Diego
  • MA in English Literature, Fordham University
  • BA in English Literature, State University of New York, Plattsburgh

Areas of Research Interest

  • Literary Modernism and the contemporary novel; cultural studies; Victorian studies; narrative theory; translation theory; cognitive poetics

Courses Taught

  • Literary Theory
  • Academic Writing and Research

Selected Publications

  • Hart, K. (November, 2021). “Speaking the Unknowable: Speech Acts and Epistemology in Sophocles’ Antigone.”  Zzz Review.
  • Hart, K. (Spring-Summer 2020). “Nondescript Specimens: Herbert Spencer’s Social Theory in Ulysses.”  James Joyce Quarterly 57, 3-4, 319-335.
  • Hart, K. (July-December, 2018). “Graham Greene’s Aesthetics of Design, Sport, and Violence.”  Journal of Studies in the English Language, 13.2, 28-66.
  • Hart, K. (2018). “Bakhtin, Dialogism, and a Literary Studies Approach to EFL.”  Proceedings of The International Conference on English Language Speaking.  The University of Social Sciences and Humanities Press: Ho Chi Minh City, 110-118.   
  • Hart, K. (November, 2018). “Words Fail Us: Beckett, Leacock, and Johnson.” Irish Studies Review 26.4, 510-530.
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