Jeffrey J. Williams

Jeffrey J. Williams publishes regularly in The Chronicle of Higher Education and other journalistic venues as well as academic ones. His most recent book is How to Be an Intellectual: Criticism, Culture, and the University (Fordham University Press, 2014) and he is a co-editor of The Norton Anthology of Theory and Criticism (third edition, 2018). He is currently professor of English and of Literary and Cultural Studies at Carnegie Mellon University.


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