Dana Ryan Lande
South African literature and history, heritage studies and museum studies, transitional processes and reconciliation work, English Language literature, narrative ethics, narrative rhetoric, short fiction, American literature
From California. Graduated from UC Berkeley in 2000 with a BA in English Literature. MA thesis at the University of Oslo in 2011, Narrative Ethics, Narrative Aesthetics: Functions, Characters, and Effects. PhD completed at University of Oslo in 2015, Narrative Ethics in an Evolving Society: The Short Fiction of Nadine Gordimer.
- Lande, Dana Ryan (2013). Travels Across Ethical Borders: Anonymity and Space in Nadine Gordimer's "The Ultimate Safari", In Jeremy Hawthorn & Jakob Lothe (ed.), Narrative Ethics. Rodopi. ISBN 978-90-420-3728-1. Chapter 14. s 211 - 224
- Lande, Dana Ryan (2018). Historical Authors, New Narratives: Two South African Author Museums.
- Lande, Dana Ryan (2017). (Re)presenting the Intangible: Olive Schreiner’s House in Cradock, South Africa.
- Lande, Dana Ryan (2015). Narrative Ethics in an Evolving Society: The Short Fiction of Nadine Gordimer.