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Joshua Lipe

Joshua Lipe, Assistant Lecturer

Joshua Lipe is a NTT Lecturer for the School of Literature, Writing, and Digital Humanities. Mr. Lipe completed both his graduate and undergraduate coursework at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. He has received a Master of Arts in English (literature specialization), and a Bachelor of Arts in both English and Economics, from SIUC. In order to complete his graduate coursework, Mr. Lipe published a research paper titled “The Mechanization of Humanity.” “The Mechanization of Humanity” analyzes how industrialization is portrayed within select works of Gilded Age dystopian (and dystopian adjacent) fiction. This research paper specifically focuses upon how humanity is displayed as becoming mechanized, to various extents, due to industrialization. Mr. Lipe’s scholarly interests include, but are certainly not limited to, analyzing works of speculative fiction—such as works of dystopian fiction, science fiction, and fantasy.

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