James R. Kincaid

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James R. Kincaid is an American academic, currently the Aerol Arnold Professor of English at the University of Southern California.[1] His Erotic Innocence (1998) discusses the sexualization of children in films.[2]

Kincaid received the Raubenheimer Award for Teaching and Scholarship in 2000.[3]


  • Dickens and the Rhetoric of Laughter 1972
  • Tennyson's Major Poems 1975
  • Novels of Anthony Trollope 1977
  • Child-Loving: The Erotic Child and Victorian Culture 1992
  • Annoying the Victorians 1994
  • My Secret Life 1996
  • Erotic Innocence: The culture of child molesting 1998
  • Lost 2012
  • The Daily Charles Dickens, A Year of Quotes, University of Chicago Press, 2018

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  1. ^ Hall, Donald Eugene (2001). Professions: Conversations on the Future of Literary and Cultural Studies. University of Illinois Press. p. 288. ISBN 978-0-252-06961-1.
  2. ^ Celebrity, Pedophilia, and Ideology in American Culture. Cambria Press. p. 12. ISBN 978-1-62196-967-9.
  3. ^ "James R. Kincaid | Office of Religious and Spiritual Life | USC". orsl.usc.edu. Retrieved 2020-01-03.