James William Flath |
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Dr. James William Flath is a lecturer in the Department of English Studies at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid where he teaches courses on American literature, English literary history, translation and the English language. He received his PhD from the UCM in 2013 with the dissertation Family as Fate in Eugene O’Neill and Sam Shepard. His main research interests include contemporary literature in English, especially American literature, as well as the cultural manifestations of English speaking countries in general. He has given numerous talks and participated in a variety of conferences. He also takes an active part in research groups devoted to innovation in teaching.
Essays in Partial Answers
“Schooling in grief” : Effects of Suffering in Saul Bellow’s The Victim and Chaim Potok’s The Chosen
Volume 14, issue 1, January 2016
Episodes in the History of Ideas