Wayne M. Reed | Department of English

Wayne M. Reed

Lecturer | Assistant Director of First-Year Writing
408D Language Bldg

Wayne M. Reed specializes in Early American Literature. His research examines the way modes of social mobility intersect with modes of political expression in literary texts. His article "Sleepwalking, Class Mobility and the Search for the Origins of Populism in Charles Brockden Brown's Edgar Huntly" was recently published in Journal of American Studies (Cambridge). He started his teaching career in secondary education and since receiving his PhD has taught a vareity of college level courses in composition and literature.