University of California, Santa Cruz
Sarah Liu received her PhD from the University of California, Berkeley and a postdoctoral fellowship from UC Davis. She has taught courses on Modernism in Theory and Practice, twentieth century American and British literature, and the Holocaust in text and film. Recipient of the Bellevue Literary Review Prize for Nonfiction (2007), she also teaches creative writing. Currently a Research Scholar in Jewish and Holocaust Studies at the University of California, Santa Cruz, she is at work on a book titled Hybrid Resonance: Restructuring Reading and Representation after Auschwitz, a study of disruptions to the hermeneutic circle in the literature of atrocity and possible models for renewal.
Essays in Partial Answers
The Illiterate Reader : Aphasia after Auschwitz
Volume 7, Number 2 , June 2009