Kelly M. Rich
Education: B.A., Amherst College (2008)
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania (2016)
Interests: 20th- and 21st-century British and Anglophone literatures; the novel; wars and postwars; law and the humanities; modernism; gender and sexuality studies; transnational kinship; speculative fiction.
“Nowhere’s Safe: Ruinous Reconstruction in Muriel Spark’s The Girls of Slender Means,” forthcoming in ELH 83.4 (Winter 2016).
“‘Look in the Gutter’: Interiority and Infrastructuralism in Never Let Me Go.” MFS: Modern Fiction Studies 61.4 (Winter 2015): 631-651.
“Troubling Humanities: Literary Jurisprudence and Crimes Against Humanity in Remains of the Day and Atonement.” Law, Culture, and the Humanities. Published online 18 July 2014, forthcoming in print.