Find an Expert: Print Culture

Print Culture

Print Culture includes such topics as Circulation, Lexicography, Periodical and Book History, Print Media Theory, Publishing, Readers and Reading, Remediation, Street and Popular Print Cultures. The following people research these areas:

Name Research Areas
Rob Brazeau 19th-Century Literature, 20th-Century British and Irish Literature, World Literatures in English, Literary and Cultural Theory, Empire Postcolonial and Nation Studies, Creative Writing, Book History and Print Culture
Susan Brown Orlando Project, Women's Writing, 19th-Century Literature, Social Networks, Critical Theories of Technology, Modes of Literary Production
Sylvia Brown Pre-1700 Literature, 18th-Century Literature, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Book History and Print Culture
John Considine Language, Book History and Print Culture, Lexicography, The History of Learned Texts in English or Latin, The History of the English Language, Early Modern British Literature and Culture, The History of the Book 1500-1800
Heather Graves Language, Rhetoric and Composition Studies, Rhetoric of Inquiry/Science, Gender and Writing
Gary Kelly Popular Print Culture, Digital Humanities and Archiving Print, History and Uses of Reading, Textual Editing and Annotating, the Material Book, World Literature as Print Culture and Circulation of Print Objects across Bounds of Language, Culture, Time, Place, Technology and Use
Lucie Moussu Language, Rhetoric and Composition Studies
Michael O'Driscoll American Literature, Literary and Cultural Theory, Book History and Print Culture, 20th-Century Literature and Culture, Poetry and Poetics, Critical and Cultural Theory, History of Writing Technologies
Julie Rak Canadian Literature, Cultural Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Mountain Literature, (Auto)Biographical and Life Writing, Book History and Print Culture
Carolyn Sale Pre-1700 Literature, Literary and Cultural Theory, Drama, Shakespeare, Early Modern Writing by Women, Literature and the Law, Conceptions of the Common & the Popular
Teresa Zackodnik 19th-Century Literature, American Literature, Literary and Cultural Theory, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Book History and Print Culture, African-American Literature, Black Cultural Studies, Critical Race Theories, Asian-American Literature, Periodical Studies, Print Culture Studies, African-American Feminisms, Trauma Theory, Racial Melancholia, Public Sphere Theory, Theories of Circulation, Theories of Photography