Daniel Murphy

Graduate Instructor, University Writing Program

Degrees
BA, cum laude, University of Washington, 2010; MA, Western Washington University, 2012

Profile and Recent Scholarly Activiity
Dan is interested in twenty-first and twentieth century American and Irish literature, epistemology, media theory, film, and the interrelationship of science, technology, and culture. His recent work has focused on mediated spatialities and the protocols of their attendant cultural topographies in both American and Irish contexts. He has also begun work with colleague Bryan Santin on a long-term project in the field of digital humanities that uses data-mining and other forms of quantitative literary and cultural analysis in order to track the grammatical “singularization” of the United States in the nineteenth century. Dan is currently working toward an additional graduate certificate in Film, Theater, and Television.

Contact Information
300 O'Shaughnessy Hall (Office Hours)
205 Coleman Morse (Mailbox)
dmurph13@nd.edu