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Department of English Language and Literature


Scott Hubbard

Title: Graduate Student
PhD Candidate
Department: English Language and Literature
College of Arts and Sciences
Scott Hubbard


MA in English Literature (Boston College); MLitt in Theology, Imagination, and the Arts (University of St. Andrews); BA in English Literature and Writing (Biola University)


Transatlantic Romanticism, Literature and Religion, Lyric and the Apophatic Stance


  • “Apophatic Apostrophe and Religious Subjectivity in Wordsworth and Shelley.” Religion and Literature 56.3 (In Press).  
  • “An Implicit Theology of Mad Men.” Religion and the Arts 24.4 (October 2020).  

Conference Presentations

  “Justice for Jane Williams: Re-reading Percy Shelley’s ‘Lerici,’” North American Society for the Study of Romanticism 30th Annual Conference, Huntsville TX, March 2023. 
  “The Long Baptism of Don Draper: Toward an Implicit Theology of Mad Men,” Northeastern Modern Language Association 51st Annual Convention, Boston MA, March 8, 2020.  

Challenge the conventional. Create the exceptional. No Limits.