Adam Sneed

Assistant Professor of Teaching

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Adam Sneed


BA in English and Mathematics, 2007, University of Alabama
MA in English Language & Literature, 2012, University of Michigan
PhD in English Language & Literature, 2018, University of Michigan


Academic Summary

Adam Sneed teaches composition and technical writing in the Department of English. He holds a Ph.D. in English Language and Literature from the University of Michigan, where he specialized in British Romanticism, and has nearly a decade of experience teaching composition with an emphasis on peer review workshop.

Scholarly Publications 

  • Writing and Research Handbook (Southwest Tennessee Community College, co-authored with Dr. Loretta McBride) and OER assignment modules for composition, OERCommons. Spring 2023.
  • Invited Book Review, Studies in Romanticism, Devin Griffiths, The Age of Analogy: Literature and Science Between the Darwins (Johns Hopkins, 2016).
  • "Caleb's Unreasonable Doubt," Romantic Circles Praxis, "Romanticism and the Rights to the Negative." guest editor, Tilottama Rajan. Summer 2017.
  • "Latour and Eighteenth-Century Literary Studies," a special issue of ECTI: Eighteenth-Century Theory and Interpretation, co-authored and co-edited with Sean Silver and Tina Lupton. Summer 2016.