Research Fellow-The Humanities Center - Carnegie Mellon University

Richard Simpson

2013-14 Fellow

Richard SimpsonRichard Simpson (MA in English, University of Florida and PhD in Modern Thought and Literature, Stanford University) is a Lecturer in the English Department at the University of Miami. His research on politics of nineteenth-century American education geographies has been awarded a Louis O. Kelso Fellowship from the School of Labor and Management Relations at Rutgers University. He has presented papers at conferences for the Association of American Geographers, the Modern Language Association, Rethinking Marxism, and the American Studies Association. Richard is currently working on a book manuscript tracing the cultural, material, and economic practices that have directly contributed to American conceptualizations of campus space as an urban form from the late nineteenth through the twenty-first century.