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Kevin Lamb

Partner, Government & Regulatory and Appellate Litigation, WilmerHale

Fellow, Society of Fellows, SOF/Heyman, Columbia University (2007–2010)

Kevin Lamb received his JD from Yale Law School. He received his Ph.D. in English from Cornell University in 2007 and was recently a postdoctoral fellow at the Society of Fellows in the Humanities at Columbia University. His interests include comparative (Anglo-American, French, German, Russian) modernism, queer studies, critical theory, and philosophy and literature. His article “Foucault’s Aestheticism” appears in Diacritics 35.2 (Summer 2005), and his essay “Undoing the Doer: Modernist Criticism and Cavell’s ‘Illustrious’ Style” is forthcoming in an edited collection on Stanley Cavell and literary criticism. He is also co-editor with Jonathan Culler of Just Being Difficult?: Academic Writing in the Public Arena (Stanford University Press, 2003), a volume that deals with allegations of obscurity leveled against recent cultural theorists.