Christopher K. Coffman

Christopher K. Coffman is a senior lecturer in Humanities at Boston University. Among his publications is William T. Vollmann: A Critical Companion (University of Delaware Press, 2015), which he co-edited with Daniel Lukes.


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Manifold Destiny

Vollmann wishes for a release from ahistoricism that deprives Americans of the perspective needed to grapple capably with problems arising in the present....

Manifold Destiny
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