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Jean Elyse Graham

Elyse Graham

Assistant Professor
Ph.D. Yale, 2015
Digital humanities; media studies; history of the book;  transatlantic 20th and 21st-century literature;  history of the English language
Humanities 1096
jean.graham@stonybrook.edu

  • Biography
    Elyse Graham's research focuses on the future of books and textual culture in the internet age. She also writes about the history of the English language  and in particular the history of the English language in New York City. Her first book,  The Republic of Games: Textual Culture Between Old Books and New Media , is forthcoming in spring 2018 from McGill-Queen's University Press. She is currently working on book projects for University of Toronto Press and Oxford University Press.
  • Courses Taught
     Undergraduate:
    Introduction to Poetry
    Literary Analysis and Argumentation 
    British Literature Before 1800
    Science, Technology and Humanities

    Graduate:
    Story Telling With Data Humanities 
    Studies in Language and Linguistics

    Joyce and the Graveyard of Digital Empires (at Cornell University)
  • Publications
    Her first book,  The Republic of Games: Textual Culture Between Old Books and New Media , is forthcoming in spring 2018  from McGill-Queen's University Press. She is currently working on book projects for University of Toronto Press and Oxford University Press.

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