Jonathan A Warren

Department of English

Associate Professor
Chair

Office: Stong College, 208B
Phone: (416) 736-2100 Ext: 22568
Emailjwarren@yorku.ca

Jonathan Warren specializes in cosmopolitan modernism and its precursors, early-twentieth-century American literature, and literary theory. He is particularly interested in alignments of poststructural theory, modernist critical positions, popular culture, and philosophical engagements of time and memory.

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He is the co-editor of the Norton Critical Edition of Henry James' The Turn of the Screw (1999). He has published articles on American literature, Marcel Proust, historical lexicology, and modernism. His work can be found in the Henry James Review, Studies in Twentieth Century Literature, The American Century, and elsewhere. He is currently studying allegorical and symbolic figurations of temporality in "high" and popular modernist American texts.

Before coming to York, Professor Warren taught at the University of Toronto. He has worked as a professional editor and, for a number of years, taught writing to students in all disciplines; his courses aim to encourage and strengthen critical thinking and writing

Degrees

Ph.D., University of Toronto
M. A., University of Toronto
B. A., Yale University

Current Courses

TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Summer 2017 AP/EN3176 3.0  Comics and Cartoons I ONLN  
Summer 2017 AP/EN3177 3.0  Comics and Cartoons II ONLN  


Jonathan Warren specializes in cosmopolitan modernism and its precursors, early-twentieth-century American literature, and literary theory. He is particularly interested in alignments of poststructural theory, modernist critical positions, popular culture, and philosophical engagements of time and memory.


He is the co-editor of the Norton Critical Edition of Henry James' The Turn of the Screw (1999). He has published articles on American literature, Marcel Proust, historical lexicology, and modernism. His work can be found in the Henry James Review, Studies in Twentieth Century Literature, The American Century, and elsewhere. He is currently studying allegorical and symbolic figurations of temporality in "high" and popular modernist American texts.

Before coming to York, Professor Warren taught at the University of Toronto. He has worked as a professional editor and, for a number of years, taught writing to students in all disciplines; his courses aim to encourage and strengthen critical thinking and writing

Degrees

Ph.D., University of Toronto
M. A., University of Toronto
B. A., Yale University


Teaching:

Current Courses

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TermCourse NumberSectionTitleType 
Summer 2017 AP/EN3176 3.0  Comics and Cartoons I ONLN  
Summer 2017 AP/EN3177 3.0  Comics and Cartoons II ONLN