B.A. Wheaton College
M.A., Ph.D. Indiana University
Professor Logemann's research and teaching focus broadly on literary history and the long twentieth century in British literature, with particular emphases on the late nineteenth and early twentieth-century novel, postcolonial studies, critical theory, cultural studies, and modernism. His most recent research explores the interplay between physics and literature during the modernist period, in which he finds a striking confluence of ideas that invites a reconsideration of the relationship between scientists, artists, writers and the culturally mediated work they produce.