Suleiman, Susan Rubin

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SULEIMAN, Susan Rubin

SULEIMAN, Susan Rubin. American (born Hungary), b. 1939. Genres: Art/Art history, Cultural/Ethnic topics, Intellectual history, Literary criticism and history, Women's studies and issues, Autobiography/Memoirs, Translations. Career: Columbia University, NYC, instructor, 1962-65, asst professor of French, 1966-68; Harvard University, teaching fellow, 1962-65, associate professor, 1981-83, John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities, 1983-84, professor, 1984-97, C. Douglas Dillon Professor of the Civilization of France and professor of comparative literature, 1997-; Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA, asst professor of French, 1976-81, associate professor, 1981. University of California, Los Angeles, visiting asst professor of classics 1976. Publications: Authoritarian Fictions: The Ideological Novel as a Literary Genre, 1983; Subversive Intent: Gender Politics and the Avant-Garde, 1990; Risking Who One Is: Encounters with Contemporary Art and Literature, 1994; Budapest Diary: In Search of the Motherbook, 1996. TRANSLATOR: Apollinaire on Art, 1972; S. Fried- lander, History and Psychoanalysis, 1978. EDITOR/COEDITOR: (with I. Crosman) The Reader in the Text (essays), 1980; The Female Body in Western Culture, 1986; Social Control and the Arts, 1990; Exile and Creativity, 1998; Contemporary Jewish Writing in Hungary, 2003. Address: Dept of Romance Languages & Literatures, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]