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Andrew Goldstone

Goldstone headshot b2df0This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. is an associate professor of English at Rutgers in New Brunswick. He specializes in twentieth-century literature, sociological approaches to literary study, and the digital humanities. Before coming to Rutgers, he taught at Yale (where he received his doctorate in 2009), Stanford, NYU, and The New School. His book, Fictions of Autonomy: Modernism from Wilde to de Man, was published in 2013 by Oxford University Press. He is now working on a history of the system of popular fiction genres titled "Wastes of Time: Genre and the Literary Field since 1890."

Meredith McGill

2e. Past Directors Meredith McGillThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. is an Associate Professor of English. She is the author of American Literature and the Culture of Reprinting, 1837-1853 (2003) and the editor of two collections of essays: The Traffic in Poems: Nineteenth-Century Poetry and Transatlantic Exchange (2008) and Taking Liberties with the Author (2013). Her overview of the last thirty-five years of scholarship on book history and intellectual property can be found in Book History, Volume 16 (2013). She is currently completing a study of poetry and mass-culture in the antebellum U.S. Her research and teaching interests include nineteenth-century American literature, the history of the book in American culture, American poetry and poetics, law and literature, literary theory, and media history. Her research and teaching interests include nineteenth-century American literature, the history of the book in American culture, American poetry and poetics, law and literature, literary theory, and media history.

Ann Jurecic

Jurecic AuthorPhoto Small croppedAnn Jurecic is an Associate Professor in the Department of English at Rutgers University. She also serves as a book columnist for The Lancet and as an Associate Editor for the journal Literature and Medicine. Her first book, Illness as Narrative (2012), charts the emergence of personal writing about illness in the twentieth century. She recently co-authored a book about writing, Habits of the Creative Mind (2015). She teaches nonfiction writing and courses related to literature and medicine, and she is currently working on a study of twentieth- and twenty-first-century essayists.

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