2019: B.A. English, Hampshire College.
Bailey Fernandez is a literary critic and scholar primarily working within the British Romantic period, though he is interested in contemporary literature as well. His thematic interests consist primarily in aesthetics, the philosophy of language, and the formal interchanges between literature, art, and music.
In addition to his scholarship, he also engages in editorial work. He is a project assistant at The William Blake Archive and an associate editor at the Carolina Quarterly. In his spare time, he writes music and poetry.
“Sun Cycle: A Review” Carolina Quarterly no. 69, vol. 4 (Summer 2020)
Digital Innovation Lab, 2019-20
Office: Greenlaw 506
Aesthetics | British Literature from 1789 to 1900 | British Literature from 1900 to the Present | Comparative Literature | Contemporary American Literature | Digital Humanities | Literature and Philosophy | Literature and Religion | Narrative Theory | Philosophy Of Language | Poetry and Poetics | Visual Culture and Arts