Researcher interested in studying the mind of man (human consciousness) through an interdisciplinary approach in various fields of study: mythology, linguistics, psychology, artificial intelligence, and ancient history.
Anne Pasek is an interdisciplinary researcher working at the intersections of climate communication, the environmental humanities, and science and technology studies. She studies how carbon becomes communicable in different communities and media forms, to different political and material effects.
Literature since the Jacquard Loom
History and theory of the novel
Interdisciplinary law and humanities studies
Peace and conflict
I am University Tutor in English and Humanities in the Department for Lifelong Learning and an Honorary Research Fellow in the School of English, University of Sheffield. I co-lead the Gothic Bible Project in the Sheffield Institute for Interdisciplinary Biblical Studies (SIIBS).
German Literature, Contemporary German Minority Literatures, Comparative Literature, Black German History and Culture, transnational feminist theories and literatures, teaching and technology, Interdisciplinary Studies, Writing Across the Curriculum, Digital Humanities.
Philip’s interdisciplinary research interests include: the intersections of human rights, Black Atlantic Studies, and postcolonialism; ‘disaster law’; legal history; and the Haitian Revolution.
The long 19th Century (Romanticism, Realism, High Modernism),
Education and the Individual (The Bildungsroman, autonomy, agency, citizenship, personality, character development)Methodological Interests/Interdisciplinary Ties:
History of Visual Arts,
History of Music,
Cognitive Approaches to Literature,
Graphic Design and VisualizationProfessional Concerns:
Humanities in Higher Education,
I am currently the Director of Graduate Studies for SMU’s Ph.D. program.
I am participating in a faculty seminar in Medicine and the Humanities for our new Dedman College Interdisciplinary Institute (http://www.smu.edu/Dedman/DCII).
My interests are in literary theory and digital humanities.
I teach modernism, sound studies, and film & media at the New School. I am a postdoctoral fellow in the Price Lab for Digital Humanities at the University of Pennsylvania, working on a project titled, “The Sound of Yoknapatawpha: An Acoustic Ecology.” I am particularly interested in the history of sound technology, its entanglements with race, and what these can tell us about the novel as form.
Interdisciplinary literary and cultural studies, including in disciplines outside the humanities (e.g., the sciences, mathematics, law, etc.); Scottish literary and intellectual history, 1707-the present; British literature of the long eighteenth century; Romanticism; modernism; critical and literary theory; the Enlightenment and its intellectual legacy; history and morphology of literary forms; literary and intellectual history; crime fiction