May 2013, B.A. Literature, with Honors. Harvard University Extension, Cambridge, Mass.
Jan 2016, M.A. Digital Humanities with Merit. King’s College London, U.K.
2013, Attended the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass. Special Student Status studying English literature.
Grant Glass is a graduate student at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill in the English and Comparative Literature Department and is a Graduate Fellow of the Migrations Lab at Duke University Department of English. His project, Pirating Texts traces the thousands of pirated, republished, abridged, imitated, and translated editions of Daniel Defoe’s The Life and Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe (1719) to show how these various editions often reflect the place and time of their production and consumption. By maping these editions in their respective time/space configurations, we can begin to further our understanding of how the expanse and collapse of the British Empire is wrapped up in notions of capitalism, race, empire, gender, and climate concerns. Currently, he is the Assistant Project Manager of the William Blake Archive and the Assistant Director of the Studio for Instructional Technology and English Studies.
- “Chapter 5: Digital Literacy” Tar Heel Writing Guide 2017-2018. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2017.
- “After Latinidad: Reimagining Latino Identity in the Works of Junot Díaz.” URJHS: Undergraduate Research Journal for the Human Sciences. Vol. 12, 2013.
- “Disruptive Reading: Resistance to Digitalization in Laurence Stern’s Tristram Shandy and Jonathan Safran Foer’s Tree of Codes.” University of California Berkeley Comparative Literature Journal. Vol. 4 Issue 3, 2013.
- Syllabus of the Year-with Professor Jeanne Moskal, Office of Instructional Innovation, UNC-CH. 2018.
- Graduate Student Mentor Award, Office for Undergraduate Research, UNC-CH. 2018.
- Director’s Scholarship, Rare Books School, Univ. of Virginia. $1500, 2018.
- Data Plus Project Fellow, Information Initiative, Duke University. $2500, 2018.
- UNC/King’s College Fund, The Institute for Arts and the Humanities, UNC-CH, $1980. 2018.
- Migrations Fellow, Dept. of English, Duke University. $750, 2017
- Delmas Scholar,Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing. $800, 2017.
- Digital Research and Dissertation Fellowship,Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative, UNC-CH. $4000, 2017.