Andrew Warren is an Associate of the Department of English and Co-Director of the Mahindra Center's Seminar in Dialectical Thinking. He was the John L. Loeb Associate Professor of the Humanities in Harvard's Department of English (2015-19). He teaches and writes about Romanticism, poetry, philosophy and critical theory. His book, The Orient and the Young Romantics, was published in 2014 by Cambridge University Press. His current book project, Romantic Entanglements: the Figure of an Era, 1759-1845, is about how people thought and wrote about connections, and disconnections, in the long eighteenth century.