James Chandler

Jim Chandler
William B. Ogden Distinguished Service Professor in the Department of English, Department of Cinema and Media Studies, and the College
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Ph.D., The University of Chicago
Research Interests: The Romantic movement; the study of lyric poetry; the history of the novel; the Scottish Enlightenment; the sentimental mode; cinema studies

Biography

James Chandler's research and teaching interests include the Romantic movement; the study of lyric poetry; the history of the novel; relations between politics and literature, history and criticism; the Scottish Enlightenment; modern Irish literature and culture; the sentimental mode; cinema studies; and the history of humanities disciplines.

James Chandler served as Chair of Cinema and Media Studies for AY2019-2020

Teaching

  • Irish Literature and Cinema (Autumn 2020; CMST 21650)
  • Edgeworth, Austen, Scott (Autumn 2020; ENGL 52620)
  • Romanticism (Winter 2021; ENGL 25260)

Previous courses taught include: Transformations of Style, Genre, Institution: 1740-1840 (ENGL 53520), Film and Fiction (CMST 25820), Enlightenments and Romanticisms (ENGL 53450), and The Country and the City (London Program - ENGL 20154)