Mount Professor Ron Scapp Included in Collection of Anthologies on Literary Culture and History
Riverdale, N.Y. – Ron Scapp, Professor of Humanities and Teacher Education, was invited to contribute a chapter, “Ethnic Studies,” in A Companion to Literary Theory, edited by David H. Richter and published by Wiley-Blackwell. The Companion is a prestigious collection of 36 original essays, authored by noted scholars in the field, which introduce ideas of contemporary literary and cultural theory.
The editor of the Ethnic Studies Review journal, Dr. Scapp was asked to write a commentary addressing the field of ethnic studies and literary theory. Dr. Scapp is currently working on a new book, A Question of Voice: Philosophy and the Search for Legitimacy, which also utilizes literary theory.
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