Benjamin Barber


Benjamin Barber is a PhD student at the University of Ottawa. His recently completed MA research at the University of Victoria analyzed the role of mimetic desire, honour, and violence in Heywood’s Edward IV Parts 1 and 2 and Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale. Barber’s current research explores the influence of Shakespearian protagonists on Lord Byron’s characterization of Childe Harold and Don Juan. He has articles forthcoming in Literature and Theology (Oxford UP) and Contagion: Journal of Violence Mimesis and Culture (Michigan State UP). He has also contributed an article to Anthropoetics: The Journal of Generative Anthropology (UCLA).

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