• Dustin D. Stewart

    Assistant Professor of English and Comparative Literature
    408G Philosophy Hall
    Office Hours:
    Wed 10:00-12:00, and by appt.
    212 854 3215

    Areas of Interest :
    Eighteenth-century British literature and culture; religion and theology; poetry and poetics; women's writing; early romanticism
    Biography:

    B.A., Baylor (2001); Ph.D., Texas (2013). Dustin D. Stewart specializes in British literature 1660-1800, with particular interests in poetry between Milton and romanticism and in religious identity after the Restoration. He is currently working on a study of futurity and the soul in the period. A planned second book project will trace the rise of the Evangelical novel. His published articles have appeared in such venues as the Journal for Eighteenth-Century StudiesWomen's Writing, and Studies in Romanticism.