I am a PhD candidate in the department of Comparative Literature. My research is focused upon Romanticism, particularly German, British, and American. My dissertation currently in progress seeks to establish the mid-twentieth century through the present as Neo-Romantic, based upon specific parallels between the events that led to the emergence of Romanticism in the nineteenth century and the characteristics associated with the romantic Zeitgeist, as evident in the literature it produced, and the characteristics of the contemporary age and its artistic productions.
Courses taught at Binghamton University
- German 101
- COLI 211: Literature and Psychology
- COLI 211G: Zombies in Film and Literature
- MA in Comparative Literature, Binghamton University
- BA in Psychology and German Language and Literature, Rutgers University
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