Jacob Romanow
Graduate Student

Nineteenth-Century British; Literary History; Genre Theory/Novel Theory; Melodrama; Romanticism; Poetry & Poetics

Jacob Romanow is a PhD candidate in English at Rutgers University. His dissertation examines submerged genre forms in nineteenth-century British fiction in relation to chaging ideas of privacy, community, and literary history. His article on Wordsworth's Prelude is forthcoming in Essays in Romanticism.

359:210 Canon Fodder: What Should We Read?

359:201 Principles of Literary Study: Poetry

359:202 Principles of Literary Study: Prose

355:101 Expository Writing

358:326 The Eighteenth-Century British Novel (T.A.)

M.A. Rutgers University, May 2018

B.A. Yale University, May 2014