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Gabriel Hankins

Gabriel Hankins

Associate Professor

Department of English
Office: 609 Strode

Ph.D. English Language and Literature, University of Virginia; M.A. English Language and Literature, University of Virginia; B.A. English Literature and Greek, Swarthmore College

Curriculum Vitae


Digital Literary and Cultural Studies, World Literature, Modernist Literature

Research Interests
Modernism, Digital Humanities, Television Studies, Comparative Theory, Horror

Gabriel Hankins is an Associate Professor of English at Clemson University. His current book project is the Cambridge Introduction to Digital Humanities, and he also writes on modernist color, technology and pedagogy, and the emancipatory powers of horror. He is co-series editor for the Cambridge Elements of Digital Literature Studies, and co-editor on The Digital Futures of Graduate Study in the Humanities (in progress).


Selected Professional Works

Books (Published)

Interwar Modernism and the Liberal World Order. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2019. Shortlisted for Modernist Studies Association First Book Prize, 2020.

Books (In Production or Under Contract)

The Digital Futures of Graduate Education in the Humanities. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press: in press.

The Cambridge Introduction to Digital Humanities. Cambridge University Press: under contract.

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