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Jason Tougaw


Jason Tougaw is a professor of literature and liberal studies at City University of New York—Queens College and The Graduate Center. He is the author of The Elusive Brain: Literary Experiments in the Age of Neuroscience (Yale University Press), The One You Get: Portrait of a Family Organism (Dzanc Books), and Strange Cases: The Medical Case History and the British Novel (Routledge). His essays have appeared in Electric Literature, Literary Hub, Modern Fiction Studies, Literature and Medicine, Electra Street, Largehearted Boy, Memory in the Twenty-First Century, and Boys to Men: Gay Men Write about Growing Up. He teaches courses and workshops on consciousness studies, neurodiversity, the art and science of dreaming, memory, creative nonfiction, and autobiography and memoir.

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