Christopher Hanlon is a professor of U.S. Literature at Arizona State University’s West campus. He is the author of America’s England: Atlantic Sectionalism and Antebellum Literature (2007) and Emerson’s Memory Loss: Originality, Communality, and the Late Style (2018), both by Oxford Press. He was recently elected to the board of the Emerson Society, and his essay “Whitman’s Wandering Mind” appeared in the bicentennial edition of Common-Place: the journal of early American life.
A creative resurgence of the official publication of the National Woman Suffrage Association.