My essays & reviews are in History Today, Los Angeles Review of Books, Times Literary Supplement, The Economist, The Brooklyn Rail, 3:AM, Hyperallergic, and Aesthetica Magazine.
An ongoing academic project involves vessels, both real and representational, and how descriptions of containers and containment in literature facilitates philosophical thinking.
My scholarship has appeared in Comparative Literature, Modernism/modernity, Journal of Modern Literature, Essays in Criticism,James Joyce Quarterly, Irish Studies Review, Humanities, Samuel Beckett Today / Aujourd’hui, Deleuze Studies, and the Journal of Religion and Film.
I am dreaming up a book about the cultural history of furniture in motion (rocking chairs, porch swings, swivel seats, recliners), with the working title of Sedentary Excursions.
I was educated at Pomona College (BA), King’s College, Cambridge (MPhil), and Peterhouse, Cambridge (PhD).
If you want to work with me, please reach out! I am eager for new projects and collaborations. (hunterdukes @ gmail)