Hina Nazar

Associate Professor

Research Interests

  • Eighteenth-Century Literature and Political Philosophy (esp. Locke, Rousseau, Kant, the Scottish Enlightenment); Eighteenth-Century Women's Writing; History of the Novel; Critical Theory

Courses Taught

Graduate courses

  • "Enlightenment Narratives of Education"
  • "Women's Friendship in Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture"
  • "Rousseau, Feminism, and Romanticism"
  • "George Eliot and the Contours of Realism"
  • Modern Critical Theory

Additional Campus Affiliations

Associate Professor, Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory

Recent Publications

Nazar, H. (2018). Review: J. Baltes's The Empire of Habit: John Locke, Discipline, and the Origins of Liberalism. Review of Politics, 80(1), 167-170. https://doi.org/10.1017/S003467051700081X

Nazar, H. (2017). "The Eyes of Others": Rousseau and Adam Smith on Judgment and Autonomy. In V. Soni, & T. Pfau (Eds.), Judgment and Action: Fragments Towards a History (pp. 113-142). Chicago: Northwestern University Press.

Nazar, H. (2017). Locke, Education, and "Disciplinary Liberalism". Review of Politics, 79(2), 215-238. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0034670516001042

Nazar, H. (2015). Review: J. Fowler's Richardson and the Philosophes. French Studies, 69(2), 245. https://doi.org/10.1093/fs/knv058

Nazar, H. (2014). Review: N. Guthrie's Austen's Oughts: Judgment After Locke and Shaftesbury. Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 26(2), 316-318. https://doi.org/10.3138/ecf.26.2.303

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