Guest Speaker 2018
Miles Osgood is a PhD student in English at Harvard, studying modernism and twentieth-century literature. HIs dissertation is about modernism, international sports, and the Olympic Art Competitions of 1912-1948. That research is also the basis for an online digital-humanities project (in development). Miles Osgood has designed and taught classes on Ulysses and on modernist women writers; and right now he’s teaching two World Literature classes online for edX and a new tutorial seminar called "Global Modernism, Short Form." You can read more about his research in the Washington Post, about his teaching in the Harvard Crimson, or about his Humanities-advocacy for undergraduates in The Chronicle of Higher Education.