Anneke Schwob

I am a doctoral candidate studying American literature and science. Although I spend most of my time in archives (and coffeeshops), my research explores the narrative and scientific production of wilderness. My dissertation, In Situ: Scientific Space and the American Literary Imagination, focuses on the interaction between American science, exploration, and values at the turn of the 20th century. I hopes that one day I, too, will be able to go outside again. 

History

S.B. 21L - Literature, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2010

S.B. 21S - Science and Humanities, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2010

Research Groups and Interests

Group IX - Critical Theory and Cultural Studies
Group VI - American Literature to 1900
Group VII - American Literature from 1900 to the Present