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 Language Makes the Difference: A History of Linguistic Identity, 1775-1825, a study of the prevalent eighteenth- and nineteenth-century idea that the language you speak determines the person you are.
- "'A Dictionary Which We Do Not Want': Defining America Against Noah Webster, 1783–1810," William and Mary Quarterly (April 2014).
- "Seeing the Rebel: Or, How to Do Things with Dictionaries in Nineteenth-Century America," J19: The Journal of Nineteenth-Century Americanists 2:1 (spring 2014).
- "The Long Tail of Literary Studies," Archive Journal 3 (summer 2013).
- 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
- 4349 Transatlantic Studies II: Going Native