Austin Sarat

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Edited by Austin Sarat, Catherine O. Frank, Matthew Anderson
Teaching Law and Literature

This volume provides a resource for teachers interested in learning about the field of law and literture and shows how to bring its insights to bear in their classrooms, both in the liberal arts and in law schools. 

General Education at Amherst, Essays on the Introduction to Liberal Studies Program 1978-1982, Frederick T. Griffiths, Allen Kropf and Kirsten M. Cronin, editors, 1982. $4 — Softcover

A Glance at Amherst Athletics, Walter L. Tower, 1935. $4 — Softcover

Herman Melville, The Philosophical Implications of Literary Technique in Moby Dick, a thesis by John Borton, 1961. $4 — Softcover

A History of the Endowment of Amherst College by Stanley King, 1950. $7 - Hardcover, $4 — Softcover

Publications and Selected Conference Papers

“Inhaling the Alien: Race and Tobacco in Early Modern England.” In Global Traffic: Discourses and Practices of Trade in English Literature and Culture from 1550 to 1700. Ed. Barbara Sebek and Stephen Deng. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, April 2008. 157-78.

“A Feminine ‘Writing that Conquers’: Elizabethan Encounters with the New World.” Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts 48.2 (Spring 2006): 227-262. Published Spring 2008.