November 1, 2022

Call for Nominees: ASLE Scholar of the Month

McIntyre Amy

In May 2020, ASLE started a new “Scholar of the Month” program featured our website, which was modeled after the Society of Early Americanists’ program of the same name. The purpose is to highlight our members’ innovative research, teaching, community engagement, and other activities. Read about our past nominees and the questions we ask them at the Scholar of the Month pages on the website. We also post these profiles to ASLE Facebook and Twitter.

Now that the program has been successfully established, there ...

Jeffrey Insko: November 2022 Scholar of the Month

Tidwell Christy

ASLE’s Scholar of the Month for November 2022 is Jeffrey Insko. 

Jeffrey Insko is Professor of English at Oakland University, where he teaches courses in nineteenth-century American literature and the Energy and Environmental Humanities. He is the author of History, Abolition, and the Ever-Present Now in Antebellum American Writing (Oxford, 2018) and editor of the forthcoming Norton Library edition of Moby-Dick. His essays have appeared in journals and collections such as American Literary History, American Literature, Leviathan, Resilience: A Journal of the Environmental Humanities, and the Cambridge ...