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Subject Librarian


Responsible for the following subject areas: English Language and Literature, Philosophy, Theatre, Communication, and Gender Studies.

Research Interests: Digital Humanities, Postcolonial Theory and Literature, and Scholarly Bibliography.

Selected Publications:

  • Zambare, Aparna. “Rushdie’s Metafictional Extravaganza: Storytelling in The Enchantress of Florence and Midnight’s Children.”  Interpreting Great Classics of Literature As Metatheatre and Metafiction: Ovid, Beowulf, Corneille, Racine, Wieland, Stoppard, and Rushdie (Studies in Comparative Literature). Ed. David Gallagher. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen P, 2010. 99-116.

  • Zambare, Aparna, Anne Marie Casey, John Fierst, David Ginsburg, Judith O'Dell, and Timothy Peters. “Assuring Access: One Library’s Journey from Print to Electronic Only Subscriptions.” Serials Review 35:2 (2009) 70-74.
  • Zambare, Aparna. “Hypertext Theory and Criticism: An Annotated Bibliography.” Serials Review 31.1 (2005): 3-13. 
  •  Zambare, Aparna. “The Orality of Information Culture: An Interface between Hypertextual and Postcolonial Narrative.” Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies 10.2 (2003): 55-71.

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