Dennis Hogan is a writer, academic, and organizer based in Providence, RI. (more)

He is a PhD student in Comparative Literature at Brown University.

His dissertation, “The Queen of Two Worlds: Crisis and Creation in the Central American Transit Zones, 1848-1914,” centers on the transit zones of Central America, two narrow strips of land comprising the interoceanic routes through Panama and Nicaragua. Focusing on writers from Panama, Nicaragua, Colombia, Britain, and the United States, the dissertation argues that we can tell the story of nineteenth-century literature only when we recognize that the struggle for Central America was integral to the global project of imperial hegemony.

Dennis has also served as the Political Director of the Graduate Labor Organization-AFT Local 6516 and the Electoral Coordinator of Reclaim RI.
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Recent writing includes articles for the Baffler, Chronicle of Higher Education, Full Stop, and Teen Vogue. (more) A full list can be found below: (less)
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