Susan Arndt is Professor for English Literature at Bayreuth University. Her areas of expertise are postcolonial and intersectionality studies. She works on negotiations of whiteness and gender in British fiction and the trans*textual impact of African oral literatures on Shakespeare’s plays. Her latest monograph is a history of sexism entitled “Sexismus. Geschichte einer Unterdrückung” (Munich, 2020).
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