B.A. Literature, Bard College, 2004
M.A. English & Comparative Literature, Columbia University, 2007
Armando Mastrogiovanni is a doctoral candidate in Comparative Literature at Emory University. His research and teaching interests include British Romanticism, literary and political theory, psychoanalysis, animal studies, and the science and philosophy of life in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. His dissertation examines the question of life as it is taken up by British Romanticism, and traces the ways in which it becomes a privileged site for the articulation aesthetic and political questions.
First-Year Writing Seminar: The Literary Animal
Mon,Wed 6:20 PM - 7:35 PM
British romanticism; literary and political theory; ethics and aesthetics; psychoanalysis; the philosophy and science of life in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries