Dr. Christopher Diller teaches American literature, writing, and American Studies at Berry College (a liberal arts institution in northwest Georgia). He is the editor of a historical edition of Uncle Tom's Cabin for Broadview Press (2009), and has published articles on Stowe, Hawthorne, William Dean Howells, and the history of rhetoric. His current projects include an edited collection of essays entitled Nathaniel Hawthorne in the College Classroom: Contexts, Materials, and Approached (with Samuel Coale) and a forthcoming article in The African American Review on John Beecher, a twentieth-century social activist and poet.
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