Ronjaunee Chatterjee

Ronjaunee Chatterjee’s first book, Feminine Singularity: The Politics of Subjectivity in Nineteenth-Century Literature, is forthcoming in July 2022 with Stanford University Press. She is also the editor of the Norton Critical Middlemarch (expected 2023). Her essays and reviews have appeared in the Los Angeles Review of Books, The New Inquiry, ASAP Journal, differences, and other venues. She lives in Montreal where she teaches courses in feminist, queer, and critical race theory, as well as courses in the 19th century, at Concordia University.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Undisciplining Victorian Studies

"What we ultimately wish to fight for is the freedom of scholars of color to work on any object, topic, and methodology they choose."...


The Sins of the Fathers

Standard biographies arrange lives into digestible arcs of story. We know from the outset that this memoir of psychoanalyst Jacques Lacan will be very different....


Hitting on Infinity: Mari Ruti’s “The Singularity of Being”
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