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Lynne Tatlock

Lynne Tatlock, Ph.D. Indiana University, Hortense and Tobias Lewin Distinguished Professor in the Humanities, Germanic Languages and Literatures and Director of the Program in Comparative Literature, has published widely on German literature and culture with a concentration in the late nineteenth century and abiding interest in the novel, regionalism and nationalism, book history, reception, and reading. Recent publications include German Writing/ American Reading: Women and the Import of Fiction, 1866-1917 (2012); editor, Publishing Culture and the “Reading Nation”: German Book History in the Long Nineteenth Century (2010); co-author with Matt Erlin, Douglas Knox, and Stephen Pentecost, “Crossing Over: Gendered Reading Formations at the Muncie Public Library, 1891-1902,” (2018); “Death and Transfiguration in Installments: E. Marlitt and Das Eulenhaus (1887-1894)” (2016); “Canons of International Reading: Jane Eyre in German around 1900” (2017); coeditor, Distant Readings: Topologies of German Culture in the Long Nineteenth Century (2014).