The Credits

People

Director of Undergraduate Studies

Jeff Dolven

Programming and Outreach

Rebecca Rainof

Administration

Melissa Andrie, Kelly Lake

Website Builder

Jeewon Yoo

Technical Support

Kevin Mensch

Research Support

John Logan

Copyright Consultation

Yuan Li

Bibliographic Suggestions

The Canterbury Tales | Andrew Cole, D. Vance Smith

King Lear | Jeff Dolven

Paradise Lost | Russ Leo, Nigel Smith

Emma | Jeff Nunokawa

Songs of Innocence and Experience | Susan Stewart

Selected Poetry of Emily Dickinson | Josh Kotin, Sarah Rivett

Death and the King’s Horseman | Simon Gikandi

The Bluest Eye | Anne Cheng, Autumn Womack

The Great Derangement | Paul Nadal, Rob Nixon

We the Animals | Christina León, Rebecca Rainof

Events Moderators

We the Animals | Alex Diaz-HuiLindsay Griffiths, Christina León

Emma | Yan Che, Jeewon Yoo

King Lear | Moeko Fujii, Lisa Kraege

Images

Cover Images on The Works

-Photo of Patience Agbabi by Suzanne Plunkett (Getty / The Guardian)

-Still from Ran by Akira Kurosawa (Rialto Pictures / LA Times)

-“The Temptation and Fall of Eve,” Illustration to Milton’s “Paradise Lost” by William Blake (Boston Museum of Fine Arts)

-Still from Clueless by Amy Heckerling (Paramount / NewNowNext)

-“The Tyger” Songs of Innocence and of Experience, Copy N by William Blake (The Huntington Library / The William Blake Archive)

-Still from The Piano directed by Jane Campion (Entertainment Film Distributors / One Room With a View)

-Still from “Rufus Norris on Death and the King’s Horseman” (National Theatre)

Children with Doll (Washington, D.C.1942) by Gordon Parks (The Gordon Parks Foundation)

-Still from trailer to We the Animals directed by Jeremiah Zagar (1091 Pictures)

-Cover Design to The Great Derangement by Jill Shimabukuro (University of Chicago Press)

Images on Each Page of The Works

The Canterbury Tales

-Photo of Patience Agbabi (Wikimedia Commons)

King Lear

-Still from Ran by Akira Kurosawa (Rialto Pictures / Filmic Mag)

-Still from Korol Lir by Grigori Kozintsev (Russian Film Hub / TMDB)

Paradise Lost

-Still from “Shakespeare vs Milton: The Kings of English Literature Debate” (Intelligence Squared)

-“Satan watching the Caresses of Adam and Eve”Illustration to Milton’s “Paradise Lost” by William Blake (Boston Museum of Fine Arts)

Emma

-Still from Clueless by Amy Heckerling (Paramount / CBS News)

Songs of Innocence and Experience

-Still from “William Blake’s Printing Process” (The British Library)

Mary Wollstonecraft by John Opie (National Portrait Gallery)

Selected Poetry of Emily Dickinson

-Excerpt from The Gorgeous Nothings: Emily Dickinson’s Envelope Poems edited by Jen Bervin and Marta Werner (New Directions / Poetry Foundation)

Death and the King’s Horseman

-“Art House: Performance Of Wole Soyinka’s Death & The King’s Horsemen Pt 1” (Channels Television)

-“Death And The King’s Horseman By Wole Soyinka | Live Theatre Lagos” (TVC)

The Bluest Eye

-Author portrait of Toni Morrison for The Bluest Eye by Bert Andrews (Wikimedia Commons)

-Still from Simple Justice (PBS Learning Media)

Woman and Dog in Window (Harlem, New York, 1943) by Gordon Parks (The Gordon Parks Foundation)

The Great Derangement

We the Animals

-Image of Justin Torres taken by Liz Hafalia (Chronicle / SF Gate)

-Image of Justin Torres taken by Anggara Mahendra (Ubud Writers & Readers Festival 2012)

-Still from “My story, and ‘We the animals’: Justin Torres at TEDxStanford (Tedx Talks)

Images on The History

-Image of Amitav Ghosh (LitHub)

-Image of Justin Torres by Simon Koy (New York Times)

-Image of Wole Soyinka (Premium Times Nigeria)

-Author portrait of Toni Morrison for The Bluest Eye by Bert Andrews (Wikimedia Commons)

-Daguerreotype of Emily Dickinson taken at Mount Holyoke, December 1846 or early 1847 (Amherst College Archives and Special Collections / Wikimedia Commons)

-Sample for Ten Pound Note (PA Images / The Smithsonian Magazine)

-Portrait of William Blake by Thomas Phillips (National Portrait Gallery)

-Portrait of John Milton (Encyclopedia Britannica)

-Portrait of William Shakespeare associated with John Taylor (National Portrait Gallery)

-The Ellesmere Manuscript (The Huntington Library / British Library)