NOYES, John

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John Kenneth Noyes is a Professor of German at the University of Toronto. He is teaching on Late Enlightenment Literature and Philosophy, German Romanticism, German Colonial Discourse, Postcolonial theory, Contemporary German Literature and the Third World, History of Sexuality. His research interests include Mobility and Colonialism in Late Enlightenment Literature and Philosophy and Germany’s postcolonial present. His recent publications include "Goethe on cosmopolitanism and colonialism: Bildung and the dialectic of critical mobility" (Eighteenth-Century Studies 39/4 (2006) 443-465) and "Commerce, colonialism, and the globalization of action in late Enlightenment Germany" (Postcolonial Studies. 9/1 (2006): 81-98).

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Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures, St. Michael's College, University of Toronto, 50 St. Joseph Street, 3rd floor, Odette Hall, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, M5S 1J4
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