• Jeremy Eldon Stevens

    Teaching Scholar 2019-2020
    Office Hours:
    Monday 2-4 PM and by appointment (Fall 2019)

    Areas of Interest :
    poetry and poetics; modernism; religion; secularization
    Biography:

    M.Phil., Columbia University (2017); B.A., Vanderbilt University (2014). Jeremy Stevens is a PhD candidate in the Department of English and Comparative Literature. He is currently writing a dissertation on the lyric's engagement with secularization in the 20th century and has presented his research at meetings of the Modernist Studies Association, the Conference on Christianity and Literature (twice), and the David Jones Research Center. His essay, "What the Nightingale Sings: History, Lyric, and the Modernist Epic" is forthcoming in ELH. Jeremy has taught four semesters of Undergraduate Writing and in Fall 2019 will teach a seminar on Poetry and Catastrophe.