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Jeffrey Drouin works on British and Irish modernism in the transatlantic context, with a particular focus on the novel, periodicals, and Digital Humanities. His first book, James Joyce, Science, and Modernist Print Culture: "The Einstein of English Fiction," with Routledge was published in 2014. Through teaching and research, he also explores the use of computational models to map and visualize modernist literature and avant-garde magazines in both the anglophone and francophone contexts. Drouin is currently working on The Ecclesiastical Proust Archive, a multimedia resource to support computational analysis and network modeling of Marcel Proust's A la recherche du temps perdu.
Ph.D., City University of New York
M.A., University of Virginia
B.A., Providence College
British, Irish, and American Modernism
History of the Novel
World War I
The Digital Humanities
The following may be selected publications rather than a comprehensive list.
Drouin, Jeffrey. James Joyce Science, and Modernist Print Culture: The Einstein of English Fiction. 2014. Print.
Drouin, Jeffrey. “Finnegans Walke: Polyvocal Explorations / Severteen New Readings of the Chapters.” MUTUOMORPHOMUTATION: Horus and Set as Principles of the Digital and Analog in II.2. Ed. Kimberly J. Devlin and Christine Smedley. 2015. Print.
Drouin, Jeffrey. “Close-and Distant-Reading Modernism: Network Analysis, Text Mining, Pedagogy, and the Little Reveiw.” Journal of Modern Periodical Studies 5.1 (2014): 110–35. Print.
Drouin, Jeffrey. “Review of Religious Experience and the Modernist Novel by Pericles Lewis.” James Joyce Quarlerly (2011): 187–90. Print.
Invited Reviewed Article
Drouin, Jeffrey. “Early Sources for Joyce and the New Physics: the 'Wandering Rocks' Manuscript, Dora Marsden, and Magazine Culture.” 2009: n. pag. Print.
Drouin, Jeffrey. “Ecclesiasticl Proust Archive.” N.p., 2018. Print.
Drouin, Jeffrey. “From the Global Archive: Teaching WWI with Digital Tools.” N.p., 2018. Print.