Cheyette, Bryan

Bryan Cheyette is a professor at the University of Reading in the department of English literature. His research areas include late-nineteenth and twentieth-century English literature, modernism and politics, new literatures in English, postcolonial literature, British-Jewish literature, theories of “race” and modernity, and Holocaust literature. Cheyette has published widely on British-Jewish literature and Holocaust literature, including Diasporas of the Mind: Literature and Race after the Holocaust (2009).

He co-edited The Oxford History of the Novel in English: British and Irish Fiction, 1940-2000 and wrote a book on popular literature and the image of Jews, Muslims and Christians with Simon Louvish.