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Christopher J. Lane (born 1966) is a British-American literary critic and intellectual historian who is currently Professor of English at Northwestern University and, formerly, the university's Pearce Miller Research Professor of Literature. Previously, he taught at Emory University, where he was also director of the Psychoanalytic Studies Program in the Psychiatry Department. A Victorianist by training, Lane has secondary expertise in 19th-century psychology, psychiatry, and intellectual history.

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  • Christopher J. Lane (born 1966) is a British-American literary critic and intellectual historian who is currently Professor of English at Northwestern University and, formerly, the university's Pearce Miller Research Professor of Literature. Previously, he taught at Emory University, where he was also director of the Psychoanalytic Studies Program in the Psychiatry Department. A Victorianist by training, Lane has secondary expertise in 19th-century psychology, psychiatry, and intellectual history.
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  • Christopher J. Lane (born 1966) is a British-American literary critic and intellectual historian who is currently Professor of English at Northwestern University and, formerly, the university's Pearce Miller Research Professor of Literature. Previously, he taught at Emory University, where he was also director of the Psychoanalytic Studies Program in the Psychiatry Department. A Victorianist by training, Lane has secondary expertise in 19th-century psychology, psychiatry, and intellectual history. Lane graduated with a B.A. in English and Philosophy from the University of East Anglia (1988), and subsequently earned an M.A. in Critical Theory from the University of Sussex (1991) and his Ph.D. from the University of London in 1992.
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