Adam Frank (English) works in the areas of nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature, science and technology studies, and theories and histories of affect and feeling. His STS interests have moved from the history of nineteenth-century graphic technologies (publications on Emily Dickinson and photography, and Edgar Allan Poe and telegraphy) to unorthodox psychoanalytic and feminist science studies. He is the author of Transferential Poetics, from Poe to Warhol (Fordham University Press, 2015) and co-editor (withe Eve Sedwick) of Shame and Its Sisters: A Silvan Tomkins Reader (Duke University Press, 1995). He also writes and produces audio drama. For more information and a list of publications, please see his department webpage.
Adam Frank, Department of English
Professor (B.A. Brown, Ph.D. Duke), Co-Chair, Graduate Program in Science and Technology Studies
Office: Buchanan Tower 503
Telephone: (604) 822-4087
Website: http://english.ubc.ca/persons/adam-frank/ www.somemadscientists.com www.radiofreestein.com