Jane Robbins Mize
Public Pedagogies Teaching Fellow
2022 - 2023
Jane Robbins Mize is a writer, teacher, and literary scholar in Philadelphia. She is currently a doctoral candidate in English at the University of Pennsylvania, where she studies late nineteenth- and twentieth-century North American literature and material culture. Her dissertation considers the entanglements of industrialization, literary experimentation, and the cultural imagination of water across the twentieth century. Most recently, Jane Robbins has also been a Visiting Assistant Professor at the College of New Jersey and a Graduate Fellow for Teaching Excellence at the Penn Center for Teaching and Learning. She grew up in Athens, Georgia, and received her BA in English and Latin from the University of Texas at Austin.