Quentin Story McAndrew
Degree Program: Ph.D.
Office: IBS #5, S262
Spring 2014 Office Hours: W 9:45am-12:45pm
Research and teaching interests
19th Century American Literature
Book history and print culture
Travel and exploration narratives
Topics in Multicultural Literature (ENGL 3377)
Modern and Contemporary Literature (ENGL 3060)
Masterpieces of American Literature (ENGL 1600)
B.A., English, Stanford University
M.A., English, Stanford University
“Location, Location, Location: Remapping African American Print Culture in the Nineteenth-Century United States.” Book review of Unexpected Places: Relocating Nineteenth-Century African American Literature, Eric Gardner. Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2009. In Criticism: A Quarterly for Literature and the Arts, 53/2 (Spring 2011), 333-338.
Forthcoming: “Bernardino de Sahagún,” Encyclopedia of Latino Folklore, ed. Maria Herrea-Sobek, Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2012.
Honors and awards
2008 University Fellowship
Exploration of transnational conceptions of nation and that emerge in travel accounts and the popular press surrounding the landscape that becomes the western United States. Research on the print culture and reception history of travel narratives in the early nineteenth century.