Siegel, Daniel

Daniel Siegel (Ph.D., University of Virginia, 2002) specializes in nineteenth-century British fiction and Victorian cultural studies. His other research interests include European realism, Victorian reading practices, and early American cinema. He is currently developing a book-length project on condescension and philanthropy in the Victorian imagination, a topic on which he has published essays in Victorian Literature and Culture, Dickens Studies Annual, and Novel. He most frequently teaches courses on Victorian literature and culture, British literature after 1800, composition and research, and the history and theory of the novel.