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Eric Morel is a new post-doc in the Composition Program. Eric is curious about how and why we read, and how our reading
practices relate to the ways we behave in the worlds we inhabit outside the
page and screen. He also loves the wild and weird lives and texts of
nineteenth-century American writers, and these lives provide material for
studying how “American culture” multiply construed has opened space for varied
and often competing ideas. All these interests led him to write a dissertation
on the category of nature writing and how it (and it’s readers!) took shape
around and against other kinds of literary work. These interests have also led
him to do work in the emerging area of ‘econarratology,’ which explores myriad
relationships between stories and environmental thought, practices, and spaces.
Eric co-edited the book Environment and Narrative: New Directions to Econarratology. He is excited to be joining the UD Department of English as a Postdoctoral
Fellow. Outside of his academic work, he enjoy coffee, music, and hiking—and looks forward to exploring those interests with his wife and new dog in the
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