Associate Professor of Humanities and Literature
PhD American Studies – University of Iowa
Mueller Hall 124
Sam Graber’s teaching and research interests include nineteenth-century literature and culture, the American Civil War, transatlantic studies, memory studies, and religion. In CC, he teaches the First-Year Program, “Word & Image,” “Interpretation: Self, Culture, Society,” “American Identity,” “American War Literature,” “African American Literature,” “Literatures of Freedom,” and “Literature at the Movies.” His first book, Twice- Divided Nation: National Memory, Transatlantic News, and American Literature in the Civil War Era, was published by the University of Virginia Press in 2019. He’s also published essays in numerous scholarly journals and collections, including ESQ, the Walt Whitman Quarterly Review, and Literary Cultures of the American Civil War (2016).