Assistant Professor of Instruction

jamesmar@temple.edu picture of Jamesiphone
(215) 204-5147
951 Anderson Hall
1114 Polett Walk

Keywords

First Year Writing, American technological sublime, Industry and technology in the early national period

Biography

I am from Nashville Tennessee, went to undergraduate and graduate school in upstate NY, completed my Masters and Dissertation at S.U.N.Y. Binghamton. I have lived in the Philadelphia area almost 10 years. My dissertation dealt with the influence of Puritanism and Republicanism upon the development of early industry in America. I just finished an article entitled “Brotherhood” and the Republican Pastoral in Edward Bellamy’s Looking Backwards.

Selected Publications

  • Dissertation The Protestant Spirit of Utility’s Connection to Republican Virtue: Engaging The Transatlantic Origins of the American Enlightenment
  • Recently finished article entitled “Brotherhood” and the Republican Pastoral in Edward Bellamy’s Looking Backwards

Courses Taught

  • English 0701: Introduction to Academic Discourse
  • English 0802: Analytical Reading and Writing
  • Dissent in America