Dr. Terry Harpold, University of Florida
Received his PhD in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory from the University of Pennsylvania and is an associate professor of English, Film, and Media Studies at the University of Florida. His research and teaching interests include narrative and material operations of digital and print media; psychoanalytic theory, science and literature; and early science fiction (late 19th and early 20th centuries). Currently, he is the Department of English’s Director of Graduate Student Teaching and General Education. His most recent publications have appeared in Digital Humanities Quarterly, Science Fiction Studies, and Verniana. Current essays cover topics on expressive structure in electronic poetry; image-text relations in the illustrated Jules Verne; Verne’s critique of colonialism in several late African novels; and the use of wikis in collaborative research, writing, and teaching.