University of California, Davis
Mark C. Jerng is Assistant Professor of English at University of California, Davis. He is finishing a book manuscript titled Claiming Others: Political Fictions of Transracial Adoption, which analyzes conditions of kinship, personhood, and citizenship across races and national spaces in stories of transracial adoption from the 1820s to the present. He has essays on Chang-rae Lee, William Faulkner, and Charles Chesnutt published or forthcoming in MELUS and Arizona Quarterly. The article in Partial Answers is from a second project -- on the interrelations among alternative modes of social reproduction, the reproduction of race, and human rights.
Essays in Partial Answers
Giving Form to Life : Cloning and Narrative Expectations of the Human
Volume 6, Number 2, May 2008
Narrative as a Way of Thinking