- Alice Martin
- Graduate Student
- Primary Areas of Specialization: Nineteenth Century American and Transatlantic Literature, Women's Writing, Print and Manuscript Cultures, Creative Writing and Writing Studies, Critical Pedagogy
- Field of Interest: Book and Media History, Creative Writing Studies, Gender & Sexuality, Nineteenth-Century American, Victorian
Alice Martin is a PhD candidate in the English Department at Rutgers University, where she studies nineteenth century American women’s manuscript culture. She received her B.A. in English from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and her M.A. in English from New York University. Her creative writing can be found in Reed Magazine, The Carolina Quarterly, Appalachian Heritage, Flash Fiction Magazine, and elsewhere. She's presented work at MLA, C-19, and Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies, amongst others. Her current dissertation project is on the ways in which women writers in nineteenth-century America turned toward manuscript-based writing—despite the rapid growth of print—to develop scales of limited publics that complicate the simple binary of public/private and conceptualize writing itself as a form social mediation.
- Education: B.A. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill M.A. New York University