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Version 1.0. Published 1 Dec. 2019.
Paul L. Hebert is a Teaching Fellow at Queens College, CUNY and a doctoral candidate in English at the Graduate Center, CUNY. Paul’s research focuses on nineteenth-century American and trans-atlantic literature. He has published essays and presented at conferences about maritime narratives in nineteenth-century popular culture and open-access pedagogy.
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