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As a graduate student in the field of nineteenth-century American literature, Andrew's work examines how theories of democracy in fictional and non-fictional texts of this period are informed, challenged, or shaped by bodies deemed aberrant--whether through disability, deformity, addiction, chronic illness, or other bodily categories of social exclusion. He specializes in democracy theory, disability studies, crip theory, antebellum reform movements, African American literature, and print culture.
Honorable Mention, C19 Rising Scholar Prize, for his paper "Intemperate Reform: Crip Associations in Walt Whitman's Franklin Evans"