Year Admitted: 2023
Dylan is a first-year literary studies student interested in the environmental humanities. Much of his research to date takes a look at the relationship between colonialism and plants and uses climate fiction as a vehicle for reimagining human/land relations. At Madison Dylan plans to cultivate an interdisciplinary and public-facing approach to scholarship. When not in school, you can find him meandering through the Arboretum, grabbing a drink with friends, or attempting to bake an Instagrammable loaf of bread.
Ecocriticism, De/postcolonial, Climate fiction
“The Garden Palimpsest: Space, Time, and the Anthropocene in Leslie Marmon Silko’s Gardens in the Dunes” forthcoming in Western American Literature journal.