Stephen Tedeschi

Stephen Tedeschi

Associate Professor


  • PhD, English, Yale University

Research Areas

  • British Romantic Literature
  • 19th-Century British Literature


Associate Professor Steve Tedeschi teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in British Romantic literature and literary theory. He received his PhD from Yale University and joined the UA English Department in 2011. His first book, Urbanization and English Romantic Poetry, was published by Cambridge University Press. He has published articles in European Romantic Review, Keats-Shelley Journal, Keats-Shelley Review, and Essays in Romanticism. He is writing a book on Percy Shelley and poetic communication.

Selected Publications



  • “‘Mock’d the Sight’: Misdirection of Expectations in Byron’s The Giaour,” Essays in Romanticism 23.2 (2016): 211-24.
  • “Mediation and Progress in Mary Shelley’s History of a Six Weeks’ Tour,” Keats-Shelley Review 30.1 (2016): 29-42.
  • “Shelley, Urbanization, and Artifical Forms of Society.” Keats-Shelley Journal 63 (2014): 102-22.
  • “Coleridge in Bristol, 1795-96: Literature, Politics, and the City.” European Romantic Review 23.3 (February 2012): 225-45.