Stephen James Pallas
Office: Humanities 2070
Stephen Pallas earned his B.A. in English at SUNY Oneonta and his MA in English Literature at the University of Arizona. Stephen's concentrations include British Romanticism, ecocriticism, nineteenth political philosophy and history, and rhetoric and composition. He has recently published an article on Percy Shelley’s Queen Mab, the Luddite rebellion, and rhetorical theory for the Journal for the Study of Radicalism and he has presented papers at the NASSR, NeMLA, and Sharp Eyes conferences on British Romanticism and ecocriticism. Stephen has recently been awarded a fellowship for Penn Shelley Seminar Series at the University of Pennsylvania and another for Humanities New York’s Public Humanities Fellowship Program. For the latter of these fellowships, Stephen is designing and implementing a series of workshops for local d/Deaf artists and writers, a special issue publication of d/Deaf art and literature, and an art exhibition.