Justin Neuman

Justin Neuman is assistant professor of English Literature at Yale University, where he works on twentieth and twenty-first century literature and culture. His interests in religion and globalization are reflected in two current book projects. No Faith in the Secular: Reading for Religion in Global Fiction analyzes the influence of religious and secular cultures on the novels of the past quarter century. A new project, Crude Culture: Literature in the Oil Age, investigates corporate archives and literary fictions in order to track the shifting ways writers, companies, and governments have imagined the oil industry.

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