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Jennifer Gutman

Fields of Interest

  • Post-45
  • Contemporary Anglophone Fiction
  • Theory of the Novel
  • Digital and Media Studies
  • Environmental Humanities


In 2020-2021, Jennifer Gutman will be a fourth-year, joint-Ph.D. student in English and Comparative Media Analysis & Practice (CMAP). Her work explores experiments in contemporary fiction and the anglophone novel, especially at their intersection with digital media and the environment. Related research interests include theories of reading and critique, network aesthetics, and the Anthropocene.

Jennifer received a 2019-2020 Mellon Graduate Student Fellowship in the Digital Humanities. Her article “Cyborg Storytelling: Virtual Embodiment in Jennifer Egan’s ‘Black Box’” is published in Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction.