Casey Shoop

Casey Shoop is a visiting assistant professor of English at Loyola Marymount University. His essays have appeared in Contemporary Literature and Cultural Critique. He is currently working on two projects: a book on literature in the Reagan era, and another on global detective fiction.


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Too Much Otherness?: The Ethics of Reading in the Global Age
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