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Teaching a Prague Set-up of an Italian Job: Kafka and Hugs for Everybody (Guest Post)

Editor’s Note: I’m delighted to announce that Peter Kuryla, who has guest blogged for us in the past, will be joining us for a four-post, extended guest gig starting today. He’ll be posting every two weeks.  I’ll let Peter introduce himself: I teach a variety of courses at Belmont, all of them involving intellectual and cultural history in one way or another. I’m currently at work on a cultural and intellectual history of an “imagined civil rights movement” and I’ve published a variety of things on diverse subjects, among others: civil rights demonstrations in relation to courtroom melodramas, Ralph Ellison’s Read more