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Steven Olsen-Smith, Leviathan

 

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In the June 2015 issue of LeviathanSteven Olsen-Smith edited a section called "Recovering Melville's Hand," which featured three articles on digital discovery and analysis of works found on the Melville's Marginalia Online website. Olsen-Smith, a faculty member at Boise State University who is spending the current year holding the Holland H. Coors Endowed Visiting Chair at the United States Air Force Academy, joined us to talk about this fascinating branch of Melville studies.

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