Tammy Amiel Hauser|
The Open University, Israel
Dr. Tammy Amiel Houser is a lecturer at the Department of Literature, Language, and the Arts of the Open University of Israel. Her research is in Comparative Literature and its intersection with feminist theories, political conflicts, and ethical perspectives. She has written on Ian McEwan’s fiction, (Connotations: A Journal for Critical Debate). Her book, Feminist Perspectives on the Coming-of-Age Novel (Hebrew), which deals with George Eliot’s reshaping of the Bildungsroman, is forthcoming from the Porter Institute for Poetics and Semiotics (Tel Aviv University) in cooperation with Hakibbuz Hameuchad Press.
Essays in Partial Answers
Margaret Atwood’s Feminist Ethics of Gracious Housewifery
Volume 11, Issue 1, January 2013
Literature and Ethics