Ph.D. New York University (2012)
Tim Cassedy specializes in American and transatlantic literature, the cultural history of reading, and the history of readers’ relationships with texts. He is currently completing The Character of Communication, 1790-1810, a study of popular ideas about language at the turn of the nineteenth century.
- 2315 Introduction to Literary Study
- 2312 Fiction
- 3346 American Literary History I
- 4339 Transatlantic Studies I: The American Reading Nation in the Atlantic World, 1700-1850
- 7350 Media Ideologies in the Eighteenth-Century Anglophone Atlantic