James Engell is Gurney Professor of English and Professor of Comparative Literature, also a member of the Committee on Degrees in the Program on History & Literature, and a faculty associate of the Harvard University Center for the Environment.
Education: B.A. 1973, Ph.D. 1978 Harvard
Interests: Eighteenth Century and Restoration; Romanticism; Criticism and Critical Theory; Rhetoric; Environmental Studies
Selected Works: Environment: An Interdisciplinary Anthology (2008, ed. with Adelson, Ranalli, and Van Anglen); Saving Higher Education in the Age of Money (2005, with Anthony Dangerfield); The Committed Word: Literature and Public Values (1999); Coleridge: The Early Family Letters (1994, ed.); Forming the Critical Mind (1989); Johnson and His Age (1984, ed. and contributor); Biographia Literaria for the Collected Coleridge (1983, ed. with W. Jackson Bate); The Creative Imagination (1981).
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