Title: Assistant Professor
Office: Bate 2148
Glover specializes in the history of the novel, with special attention to
eighteenth-century Britain and media theory. His current project investigates
the 1950 publication of James Boswell's journals in light of both Boswell's
eighteenth-century conditions and the desires of the twentieth-century editors,
from the post-print perspective of twenty-first-century media theory. He
is also interested in ecocriticism, memoir, and literature of the U.S.
B.A. Amherst College
M.A. University of Virginia
Ph.D. University of Virginia
History of the NovelThe Public Sphere and Print Culture18th-Century British LiteratureMemoirEcocritismSouthern Literature
ENGL 4000: Introduction to Literary TheoryENGL 3140: Introduction to Poetry
ENGL 3010: History of British Literature, 1700-1900ENGL 2420: The Short StoryENGL 2201: Writing about the DisciplinesENGL 2000: Interpreting LiteratureENGL 1100: Foundations of College Writing
“’Evidence’: Garth Risk Hallberg’s City on Fire, the Gutenberg Parenthesis, and Generation X at Midlife.” Critique (under review).
"Spectacle and Speculation on James Boswell's German Tour, 1764." Studies
in English Literature 1500-1900
57:3 (Summer 2017)."De-Located Yankees: Brad Watson,
David Sedaris, and Growing Up Northern in the South, 1965-1983." Southern
Cultures 24:2 (forthcoming, Summer 2018).
"Joseph and Thomas Warton, Virgil’s Georgics, and Analogies of Nature." Green
Letters (under review).
ECCO, and the Eighteenth-Century Novel Course." The Eighteenth Century
Intelligencer 23:3 (September 2009)."Hitting
Home with the New Story Project: Teaching with the North Carolina Literary
Review in North Carolina." North Carolina Literary Review (Online 2016)."Charlotte Charke Is Not Her Job: The Visual Imagery of Class and Profession in Charke's Narrative." Mapping the Self: Space, Identity, Discourse in British Autobiography (2003)."Nobility, Visibility and Publicity in Colley Cibber's Apology." Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 42:3 (2002).