Abigail Glogower

Glogower, Abigail


Research Interests
  • history of communications technology
  • intersections of literary and visual representation
  • portraiture
  • printmaking
  • early history of photography
  • Ephemera
  • collecting
  • technology and affect
  • historicity and historical change
Dissertation Project

Ecologies of print production and consumption in nineteenth-century American visual culture

Publications and Presentations
  • “‘Now Let Us Meet the World’: Being, Appearing and Seeing in Hawthorne’sThe House of the Seven Gables.” In Technology and Humanity. Edited by Carol Colatrella. Critical Insights. Ipswich, MA: Salem Press-EBSCO, 2013
  • “Between Two Worlds: Ghost Stories Under Glass in Vienna and Chicago.” With Margaret Olin. In Visualizing and Exhibiting Jewish Space and History. Edited by Richard I. Cohen. Studies in Contemporary Jewry 26. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012
  • Review of Speculating Daguerre: Art and Enterprise in the Work of LJM Daguerre by Stephen C. Pinson. Early Popular Visual Culture 11, no. 1 (February 2013): 89-91
Fellowships, Grants and Awards
  • Celeste Hughes Bishop Award for Distinction in Graduate Study
  • Oberlin Alumni Research Fellowship
Teaching/Curatorial Experience
  • Co-Curator: Nurturing Inquiry: Exploring Special Collections Research, University of Rochester Rush Rhees Library Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, Rochester, NY, October 18, 2013-February 18, 2014
  • Instructor: Remembering the Future, University of Rochester Writing, Speaking and Argument Program, 2012-2014.