Sarah Wasserman specializes in American literature from 1900 to today, with an emphasis on
Sarah Wasserman specializes in American literature from 1900 to today, with an emphasis on post-1945 and contemporary fiction. She is associate professor of English and associate director of the Center for Material Culture Studies at the University of Delaware. She is the author of The Death of Things: Ephemera and the American Novel (U Minnesota Press, 2020) and co-editor of Modelwork: The Material Culture of Making and Knowing (U Minnesota Press, 2021) and Cultures of Obsolescence (Palgrave MacMillan, 2015). Her essays appear in PMLA, Post45, ASAP, Contemporary Literature, Lit Compass, American Literary History, as well as Public Books and The Los Angeles Review of Books.
Patrick Moran is a lecturer in the writing program at Princeton University. His scholarshi
Patrick Moran is a lecturer in the writing program at Princeton University. His scholarship focuses on modernism, material culture, childhood, and the medical humanities. His essays and reviews have appeared in James Joyce Quarterly, Modern Fiction Studies, Modernism/modernity, Éire-Ireland, and Literature and Medicine. He is also interested in creative writing and is currently pursuing an MFA at Columbia University.