James E. "Jed" Dobson
Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences
Institute for Writing and Rhetoric
I am a literary and cultural critic who specializes in intellectual
history and U.S. autobiographical writing in the nineteenth and twentieth
centuries. My broader intellectual interests include phenomenological
accounts of lived experience and how early psychology,
sociology, and historiography contributed to and were influenced by
literary accounts of the self. I am a graduate of Indiana University's
doctoral program in English and teach widely within the College of Arts and Sciences at Dartmouth College.
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| James dot E dot Dobson at Dartmouth dot EDU|
jed at uchicago dot edu (permanent)
Ph.D., Indiana University, Bloomington.
A.M., University of Chicago.
B.A., University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Dartmouth now maintains an official faculty profile for each faculty member. This site, my personal site, has my most recent publication and course information.