Redfield studied at Yale and Cornell, and taught at the Université de Genève and Claremont Graduate University before coming to Brown. He is the author of Phantom Formations: Aesthetic Ideology and the Bildungsroman (1996, winner of the MLA First Book Prize in 1997), The Politics of Aesthetics: Nationalism, Gender, Romanticism (2003), The Rhetoric of Terror: Reflections on 9/11 and the War on Terror (2009), and Theory at Yale: The Strange Case of Deconstruction in America (2016). He has edited Legacies of Paul de Man (2007) and co-edited High Anxieties: Cultural Studies in Addiction (2002), and Points of Departure: Samuel Weber between Spectrality and Reading (2016). He has served as the guest editor of special issues of Diacritics, Romantic Praxis, and The Wordsworth Circle.
Theory at Yale: The Strange Case of Deconstruction in America.
|Redfield, Marc Formative Fictions: Nationalism, Cosmopolitanism, and the Bildungsroman. By Tobias Boes. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2012. x + 201 pages. $21.00. Monatshefte. 2013; 105 (4) : 718-720.|
|Redfield, Marc Fiction, Restriction, and Real Money. Novel: A Forum on Fiction. 2012; 45 (3) : 487-491.|
The Rhetoric of Terror: Reflections on 9/11 and the War on Terror.
|Marc Redfield, None Virtual Trauma: The Idiom of 9/11. diacritics. 2008; 37 (1) : 55-80.|
|Redfield, Marc What's in a Name-Date? Reflections on 9/11. Review of Education, Pedagogy, and Cultural Studies. 2008; 30 (3-4) : 220-231.|
|Redfield, M. Derrida, Europe, Today. South Atlantic Quarterly. 2007; 106 (2) : 373-392.|
|REDFIELD, M. Gothic Consciousness. Novel: A Forum on Fiction. 2006; 39 (3) : 432-435.|
|Apter, Emily, Baker, Jr., Houston A., Benhabib, Seyla, Bennington, Geoffrey, Boym, Svetlana, Cadava, Eduardo, Culler, Jonathan, Dailey, Patricia, Freccero, Carla, Hartman, Geoffrey, Kamuf, Peggy, McDonald, Christie, Miller, J. Hillis, Parker, Andrew, Rabaté, Jean-Michel, Redfield, Marc, Ricciardi, Alessia, Ronell, Avital, Rowlinson, Matthew, Spivak, Gayatri Chakravorty Forum: The Legacy of Jacques Derrida. PMLA. 2005; 120 (2) : 464-494.|
The Politics of Aesthetics: Nationalism, Gender, Romanticism.
Phantom Formations: Aesthetic Ideology and the Bildungsroman.
British and comparative romantic literature; the nineteenth-century novel; Berlin in literature and film; literary theory
|COLT 1814P - Fascinating Fascism|
|ENGL 1511K - Gothic Novels and Romantic Poems|
|ENGL 1561X - Dickens|
|ENGL 2901B - Literary Theory II: Post-Structuralism and the Problem of the Subject|