Professor of English
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Degrees: PHD, 1984, Univ Calif Los Angeles; BA, 1977, Univ Calif Los Angeles
Lee Zimmerman teaches and writes on 20th Century American Literature, Psychoanalysis and Literature, and Ecocriticism. His most recent publications include “Against Depression: Final Knowledge in Styron, Mairs, and Solomon” (a study of contemporary non-fiction depression narratives) and essays on Elizabeth Bishop and Frankenstein in light of object relations psychoanalysis. He is currently working on a study of trauma theory and global warming, and is continuing as the Editor of the journal Twentieth-Century Literature.