Edward Smith Cutler Associate Professor
Office: 4198A JFSB
Commonly Taught Courses English 201, 202, 293, 363
Semester Schedule: Spring/Summer 2013: Not Teaching
By appointment only
Ed Cutler specializes in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century American literature, with emphasis on the origins and development of modernism. He has published on nineteenth-century urban and print cultures, as well on Edgar Allan Poe and Walt Whitman. His book, Recovering the New: Transatlantic Roots of Modernism (2003), won the best manuscript prize for the University Press of New England's series, Becoming Modern: New Nineteenth Century Studies. He is currently working on a book about Walt Whitman's relationship to Romantic philosophy.
Degrees: PhD, UC San Diego, 1997
Late 19C/Early 20C, Theory