Jared Green received both his A.M. and Ph.D. from Brown University. His scholarly essays and reviews on Modernist literature, visual culture, and early cinema have been published internationally in journals such as Novel, Éditions du CERPAC, and Études Faulkneriennes, as well as the anthologies, Illuminations: New Readings of Virginia Woolf (MacMillan),Docufictions: Essays on the Intersection of Documentary and Fictional Filmmaking (McFarland & Co.) and Consuming Culture in the Long Nineteenth Century (Lexington Books). He is also a fiction writer and experimental literary performer and has published poetry, prose poetry, children's fiction, and screenplays.
Prof. Green teaches a wide range of courses at Stonehill, including First Year Seminar: The Imaginary Primitive, First Year Seminar: The Mirror of Friendship, Empire of Signs: Introduction to Theories of Literature and Culture, British Modernism Around WWI, The Writing of Light: Photography and Literature, Signals & Noise: Literature in the Age of Information, and Creative Writing: Microfictions. He is the founding and current director of the Digital Humanities Program. Prof. Green was named one of the “Best 300 Professors” in the US by Princeton Review in 2012.
- B.A., Swarthmore College
- M.A., Ph.D. in Comparative Literature, Brown University
- Named one of Princeton Review's "Best 300 Professors" in the US (2012)
- Robert and Margaret MacColl Johnson Fellowship in fiction writing, Rhode Island Foundation, 2006.
- Area Chair: Robert Flaherty, Film and History Conference: The Documentary Tradition, Dallas, TX (November, 2006).
- Nineteenth and twentieth-century British and Continental literature and art
- Theories of urban modernity
- Anthropology and ethnology
- Commodity culture
- Early cinema
- The historical avant-gardes
- Technology and visuality
- First-Year Seminar: Rites of Passage: Metamorphosis in Western Literature