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Dylan Lewis

Dylan Lewis

PhD Candidate, English

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Research Expertise

Restoration and 18th Century
Textual and Digital Studies

Dylan Lewis is a PhD student in English Literature. He is also the editorial assistant and subscriptions manager for Restoration: Studies in English Literary Culture, 1660–1700. Previously at UMD, he was a part-time instructor in the Department of Germanic Studies and a graduate assistant at UMD's BookLab. Dylan studies the crosscurrents between English and German-language novels throughout the long eighteenth century with particular interests in book history and bibliography, translation, epistolary novels, the Gothic, paratexts, digital humanities, and Samuel Richardson. Prior to his doctoral studies, he received a master’s degree in German Literature, a graduate certificate in Book History & Digital Humanities, and a bachelor’s degree in English and German from Texas Tech University. He is also an amateur antiquarian book collector. You can find him tweeting about the eighteenth century and more at @IAmDylanLewis.

MA in Languages and Cultures: German Literature, Texas Tech University, 2019
Graduate Certificate in Book History & Digital Humanities, Texas Tech University, 2019
BA in English and German, Texas Tech University, 2016