Stephen Grandchamp teaches courses in the digital humanities and British literature. He also is the Co-Director of the New Commons Project. Prior to his Postdoctoral Fellowship at UMF, he served as Visiting Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities at Illinois Wesleyan University for the 2017-18 academic year. His current book project, Accounting for Failure: Arrested Development and the British Bildungsroman, 1805-1891, examines failure as a counterpoint to pervasive notions of success and development across nineteenth-century narrative genres. His research also includes bibliometric analysis of literary texts and the integration of streaming media into the literature classroom.
- 2016 PhD Michigan State University
- 2008 MA Western Michigan University
- 2005 BA Case Western Reserve University