Intimacy: Sympathetic Endeavor in Ethics, Narrative, and Psychoanalysis
Bernard M. Baruch CollegeReturn to All Fellows
Fellowship Work Summary, 2006–07
Nancy Yousef revised the first part and completed research for the second part of her book Intimacy: Sympathetic Endeavor in Ethics and Psychoanalysis. She completed an essay on "The Poverty of Charity: Dickensian Sympathy" that will appear in Contemporary Dickens, a collection of essays in honor of Steven Marcus (Ohio State University Press), and another, "Can Julie Be Trusted? Rousseau and the Crisis of Constancy in Eighteenth-Century Ethics," for a collection on Theory and Practice in Enlightenment Philosophy (Pickering and Chatto). She also wrote a book review for History Workshop Journal.