Sebastian Williams is a PhD candidate at Purdue University, with a focus in literature, theory, and culture. He primarily studies the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, with a concentration on ethics, disability, and animal studies. He has taught a variety of courses in literature, film, and rhetoric/composition as well, and he works as an editorial assistant for the Purdue University Press.

Outside of academia, Sebastian has worked in digital marketing for several years, and he’s a proponent of the public humanities and interdisciplinarity. As such, he’s participated in programs such as the Spring Academy in Heidelberg, Germany and the National Humanities Without Walls consortium in Chicago.

To contact Sebastian, email will1651@purdue.edu.

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