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Nathan Bitgood

Ph.D. Program
  • LAAH 306
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M.A., Sam Houston State University, 2016

B.A., Sam Houston State University, 2013



Nathan Bitgood’s research interests include English Romanticism and the Transnational Gothic. He is currently teaching technical writing at Texas A&M and preparing a dissertation on mesmerism and performance anxiety.

Research Interests

  • 18th and 19th Century British Literature and Culture
  • Early Modern Studies
  • Gothic Literature


  • “Bubbles in the Vale of Soul-Making: Jeremy Taylor and the Death of Keats”, a paper presented at the Keats Reading/Reading Keats conference at the University of Notre Dame London Global Gateway, 20-22 July, 2018
  • “The Lords of Imagination’: Mary Shelley and the Romantic Rehabilitation of Cornelius Agrippa”, a paper presented at “It’s Alive!”: Frankenstein’s Monster 200 Years Later, a conference at Texas A&M: College Station, 15-16 November, 2018.