Arden Hegele received her PhD from Columbia University in 2016. She specializes in nineteenth-century British literature and in the medical humanities. Her book project argues that Romantic poetry and prose borrow formal methods from medical science, especially pathology and psychiatry. Other interests include the gendered body, environmental science and technology, the British colonial project, and rare books. She is the author of “Romantic Autopsy and Wordsworth’s Two-Part Prelude,” which won the 2014 North American Society for the Study of Romanticism Prize for Best Graduate Student Paper and was subsequently published in European Romantic Review, as well as articles published or forthcoming in Romanticism, Partial Answers, Gender and Education, The Byron Journal, and Persuasions. Her book reviews are published or forthcoming in Public Books, Review 19, Studies in Romanticism, Victorian Network, Partial Answers and Avidly. She teaches in the Romantic Century, in the medical humanities, and from Homer to Morrison in Columbia’s Core course, “Literature Humanities."