Johan Anders Höglund is a Swedish academic, postcolonial scholar and cultural critic. He is associate professor of English Literature at Linnaeus University and Director of the Linnaeus University Centre for Concurrences in Colonial and Postcolonial Studies. He received an MA from Brown University, Rhode Island in 1994, and a PhD from Uppsala University, Sweden, in 1997. He is best known for his work on the relationship between American gothic narratives and the long history of US imperialism, and on the Military First-Person Shooter. He has also written about Animal Horror Cinema, Nordic Gothic, British Invasion literature before WWI, and on the turn-of-the-century British author Richard Marsh. He has cooperated with Gothic scholar Justin D. Edwards and Indian writer and scholar Tabish Khair. He currently lives in Kalmar, Sweden.Source: Wikipedia
University in Sweden
Private university in Providence, Rhode Island
Research university in Uppsala, Sweden
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