Julie H. Rivkin (born in 1952) is an American literary critic and professor of English at Connecticut College since 1982. She is best known for her publications on literary theory and Henry James, and has published several works on both subjects. Rivkin received her B.A. and PhD from Yale University and is currently the Associate Dean of Faculty at Connecticut College, a member of the Modern Language Association, and Vice President of the Henry James Society. Her other specializations include American literature and gender studies (publisher of the Henry James Review).
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... In 1998, Rivkin, co-editing with Michael Ryan, published Literary Theory An Anthology, a comprehensive guide to contemporary Literary Theory which is used in many undergraduate and graduate courses of Literary Theory ...
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