Bacca Foundation Assistant Professor of Rhetoric, Culture and Society
My teaching and research interests include early-modern poetry and prose, literary stylistics, state formation, utopianism, the history of technology, and the sociology of literary forms. My current project, entitled Paperworks: Bureaucracy and Literature in Early Modern England, explores the effects of bureaucratic methods on the development of literary styles and genres over the course of the seventeenth century, in the works of Bacon, Milton, Marvell and Samuel Pepys.
- Ph.D., Princeton University 2012
Werlin, J. "Providence and Perspective in Philip Sidney’s Old Arcadia." SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 54.1 (2014): 25-40. Full Text
Werlin, J. "The Review of English Studies Prize Essay * Marvell and the Strategic Imagination: Fortification in Upon Appleton House." The Review of English Studies 63.260 (June 1, 2012): 370-387. Full Text
Werlin, J. "Ideal Constitutions in the Renaissance: Papers from the Munich February 2006 Conference." RENAISSANCE QUARTERLY 63.2 (2010): 678-679. Full Text