Mark Rivera

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Dissertation Title

“Money as the Autopoietic Moment: The Money Form in the Poetry of William Wordsworth, Heinrich Heine, and Charles Baudelaire”

Academic Interests

Romantic poetry and Romanticism; aesthetics; poetics; German philosophy; French theory; theories of perception in literature; theories of translation; the sublime and nature poetry; the city in literature; time

Education History

B.A. with honors, Philosophy, University of Arizona, 2001 (summa cum laude)

Honors Thesis: “Technology and Thinking in Martin Heidegger” (supervisor: Professor Pithamber Polsani)

M.A. Classical Philology, University of Arizona, 2004

Thesis: “A Political Interpretation of Aeschylus’s Eumenides” (chair: Professor David Christenson)

M.A. and MPhil, Comparative Literature, Yale University, 2015