About Me

Andrew A. Kuhn is a Lecturer in English at The Pennsylvania State University. He earned his doctorate in English at Boston College, studying twentieth-century Irish and British literature and print culture.  His current project examines modernist literary institutions in the works of Yeats, Joyce, Gissing, and Woolf.  He is the editor of Dubliners Bookshelf and author of articles on literary representations of the British postal service in Ireland, the print culture of rural nineteenth-century Ireland, and the poetry of Ciaran Carson.