Pedagogy Fellow in Comparative Literature
Hudson is a Ph.D. candidate in Comparative Literature completing a dissertation titled The English Baroque: The Logic of Excess in Early Modern Literature. The project offers the first large-scale history of baroque poetics and performance in early modern England. His academic work has appeared in Modern Language Notes, Modern Language Quarterly, Cultural Studies, and Critical Inquiry. Hudson has experience teaching English literature and composition in a variety of academic environments, including the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Harvard University, MCI-Norfolk (a medium-security prison), and secondary schools in rural France.