Jordan Green is a PhD student at Tufts University. She is interested in the historical interactions between science, literature, and gender as expressed through Romantic women's writing. Her recent M.A. thesis addresses how Elizabeth Inchbald and Mary Robinson examine representations of the commodified, contagious female body through the patriarchal figure of the quack animal magnetist. She is co-chair of the Graduate Caucus within the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism. As co-chair, Jordan serves as editor of the NASSR Graduate Caucus student journal and blog series.
For more information about the graduate student caucus, you can check out the NGSC website and student blog here.