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Jonathan A Warren

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Associate Professor

Office: DB, 2045
Phone: (416) 736-2100 Ext: 22883
Email: jwarren@yorku.ca


Jonathan Warren specializes in American literature from the nineteenth century to today and its intersections with trans-Atlantic modernisms. He is an expert in the writing of Henry James, camp theory and practice, popular forms (especially comics and cartoons), and literary theory.

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He is the editor of the Norton Critical Edition of Henry James' The Turn of the Screw (2021) and co-editor of The LGBTQ+ Comics Studies Reader (2022). He has published articles on American literature, Marcel Proust, historical lexicology, and modernism. His work can be found in the Henry James Review, Studies in Twentieth Century Literature, The American Century, and elsewhere. Since first introducing them in 2004, he has taught the Department's courses in comics and cartoons.

Degrees

Ph.D., University of Toronto
M. A., University of Toronto
B. A., Yale University

Professional Leadership

English Department Chair, 2012-16

Research Interests

English , Arts and Culture, Comics, LGBTQ+ Studies, American literature

Jonathan Warren specializes in American literature from the nineteenth century to today and its intersections with trans-Atlantic modernisms. He is an expert in the writing of Henry James, camp theory and practice, popular forms (especially comics and cartoons), and literary theory.

He is the editor of the Norton Critical Edition of Henry James' The Turn of the Screw (2021) and co-editor of The LGBTQ+ Comics Studies Reader (2022). He has published articles on American literature, Marcel Proust, historical lexicology, and modernism. His work can be found in the Henry James Review, Studies in Twentieth Century Literature, The American Century, and elsewhere. Since first introducing them in 2004, he has taught the Department's courses in comics and cartoons.

Degrees

Ph.D., University of Toronto
M. A., University of Toronto
B. A., Yale University

Professional Leadership

English Department Chair, 2012-16

Research Interests

English , Arts and Culture, Comics, LGBTQ+ Studies, American literature