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Stephanie Rowe is an assistant professor of humanities at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Her doctoral work concentrated on the increasingly urgent question of “the animal” in the deconstructive project of Jacques Derrida and the similarly deconstructive treatment of this question in nineteenth-century literature. Informed by this earlier research, her more recent work has examined Frankenstein as animal rights text and animals as figures of abjection and haunting in Flaubert. She is currently at work on a study of flight as a figure of damnation in classical and early modern epic poetry. [from page 375 of Animals and Agency]

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