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My teaching covers a wide range of texts and locales from across sub-Saharan Africa and the greater Anglophone world, as well as, on occasion, my first love of nineteenth-century Russia. I teach topics that are closely related to my own work (such as post-2000 novels from Africa and the theory of the novel), as well as the broader fields of world and postcolonial literature in which this research is contextualized. A partial list of my current and recent courses is below, for which I am happy to share syllabi on request.

-The Novel & Globalization

-The Contemporary Novel of Ideas

-Writing Africa Now

-Russian Classics & Their Afterlives

-World Literature in Theory & Practice

-Law & Justice in Postcolonial Writing

-Gordimer & Coetzee: Politics and Form

-Mapping the Global Metropolis

-Fictions of Empire

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