Faculty Advisers

Noah Comet (Ph.D, University of California, Los Angeles), Assistant Professor at The Ohio State University, researches and teaches British nineteenth-century (Romantic and Victorian) literature, with a special emphasis on English poetry and women writers. His current book project involves early-nineteenth-century women poets and Greek classicism. He has published articles and reviews in various academic journals and is the editor of An Electronic Concordance to Keats’ Poetry. In 2007 he was the recipient of The Keats-Shelley Association’s Carl H. Pforzheimer, Jr. Research Grant.

Amanpal Garcha received his BA in English from Johns Hopkins University and his MA and PhD in English from Columbia University. He is the author of From Sketch to Novel: The Development of Victorian Fiction (Cambridge University Press, 2009).

 

Clare Simmons is the author of Reversing the Conquest: History and Myth in Nineteenth-Century British LiteratureEyes Across the Channel: French Revolutions, Party History, and British Writing 1830-1882, and papers and articles on nineteenth-century British literature and medievalism. She is also the editor of The Clever Woman of the Family by Charlotte Mary Yonge, an essay collection, Medievalism and the Quest for the “Real” Middle Ages, and co-editor of Prose Studies.

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