Julie Camarda
Teaching Instructor

"Pig Looks, Snake Looks: Coleridge's Poetics of the Unsaid." European Romantic Review 28.3 (2017)  

"Liberal Possibilities in a Communist Utopia: Minority Voices and Historical Consciousness in Morris's News from Nowhere." Nineteenth-Century Contexts 37.4 (2015) 

"Keats's Chameleon Poetics" (revise and resubmit, journal article, 9,000 words)

Solicited review of the J. Pierpont Morgan Library exhibit, “It’s Alive: Frankenstein at 200,” Keats-Shelley Journal (forthcoming, 1,200 words)


In Progress:

Responsive Media: Conversational Poetics in the British Romantic Period (book manuscript)

"Tortured Logic: Answering to No One in Shelley's The Cenci" (journal article, 12,000 words)

18th- and 19th-Century British Literature, Philosophy, and Culture; Poetics; Gender and Sexuality; Media Theory; Moral Philosophy; Communication Theory; Science and Literature; Composition Pedagogy

Rutgers University, Writing Program, Teaching Instructor

359: 202 - Principles of Literary Study: Prose

355: 201 - Science, Medicine, and Society: Research in the Disciplines

355:101 - Expository Writing

355:100/100R - Basic Composition (with Reading Supplement)


Ramapo College, Salameno School of Humanities and Global Studies, Adjunct Professor

CRWT 102: "Spectacular Sympathies: Moral Philosophy and Media Theory"


Rutgers University, English Department, Instructor of Record

350: 331 - Later Romantic Literature: "Romantic Transgressions: Monsters, Radicals, and the Taboo"

350: 201 - Principles of Literary Study: Poetry


Rutgers University, English Department, Teaching Assistant

350: 200 - Once Upon a Time: Why We Tell Stories

350: 334 - Poetry, Culture, and Society in the Long Eighteenth Century

350: 201 - Principles of Literary Study: Poetry


Rutgers University, LIteratures in English Ph.D. (2018)

Rutgers University, Literatures in English M.A. 

Wellesley College, English B.A., summa cum laude with departmental honors