Susan Gubar

Professor Emeritus, English, Indiana University Bloomington

From The Madwoman in the Attic, the Norton Anthology of Literature by Women, and Feminist Literary Theory and Criticism (all with Sandra M. Gilbert) to Rooms of Our Own, my books have focused on gender and literature. In a turn toward racial and religious issues, I published Racechanges, Poetry after Auschwitz, and Judas. Recently, in Memoir of a Debulked Woman and in my column “Living with Cancer” for the online New York Times, my writing addresses the perplexities facing cancer patients. I am currently composing a memoir on late-life love.

From The Madwoman in the Attic, the Norton Anthology of Literature by Women, and Feminist Literary Theory and Criticism (all with Sandra M. Gilbert) to Rooms of Our Own, my books have focused on gender and literature. In a turn toward racial and religious issues, I published Racechanges, Poetry after Auschwitz, and Judas. Recently, in Memoir of a Debulked Woman and in my column “Living with Cancer” for the online New York Times, my writing addresses the perplexities facing cancer patients. I am currently composing a memoir on late-life love.

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english.indiana.edu