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Like a Dog
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Named to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, April 2012

 


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Few scholars today bring together varied fields as intricately and firmly as Colin Dayan. Her research encompasses Caribbean literature, religion and history; American literature; anthropology; and the law, drawing power not only from the breadth of her knowledge, but also from her determination to "return thought to its practical calling." The recipient of numerous awards including Danforth, NEH and Guggenheim fellowships, she is currently working on slavery, incarceration, and torture.

Her major fields include Caribbean Social History and Literature (especially Haiti and Jamaica);
early American religious and legal history; Nineteenth-Century American, French,
and English literary history; African-American Studies and American Studies.
		
Chosen by Choice as one of top 25 books for 2011
The Law is a White Dog

ON HAITI, HISTORY, AND REBUILDING FROM WITHIN

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"Dead Dogs: Breed bans, euthanasia, and preemptive justice", Boston Review

 
   
 
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