Tamar Katz has research interests in twentieth-century literature, with a focus on British modernism, urban literature, and gender studies.

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Katz is the author of Impressionist Subjects; Gender, Interiority, and Modernist Fiction in England (U Illinois Press, 2000), as well as a number of articles on twentieth-century fiction. She is now at work on a book entitled City Memories: Modernism and Urban Nostalgia. She holds a courtesy appointment in the Urban Studies Program.

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TAMAR KATZ, Ph.D. Cornell University, 1992, M.A. Cornell University, 1989, B.A. Yale College, 1983
Associate Professor
Phone: (401) 863-1959
E-mail: Tamar_Katz@brown.edu

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