Professor Emeritus of English
Puritanism. Literature of the American Revolution. American Renaissance. Film studies. Theory of Social Policy and Social Change; Social Policy Analysis
Theory of Violence; Humanization of work.
Professor Gilmore's interests range from American Puritanism to film. His current project focuses on the major prose writers of the antebellum period.
Harvard University, Ph.D.
Yale University, B.A.
Awards and Honors
American Council of Learned Societies Fellow (1987 - 1988)
Bell Prize for American Literature, Harvard University (1973)
|ENG||6a||American Literature in the Age of Lincoln|
|ENG||36a||America's First Bestsellers|
|ENG||136a||Race and Realism|
|ENG||156a||Local Rebels: Cambridge Authors Against the Grain|
|ENG||206a||Language and Power in the American Renaissance|
|ENG||208a||American Fins de Siecles|