British and Irish Modernism, Contemporary Fiction, Narratology, Disability Studies, Medical Humanities, History of Psychiatry, Psychoanalysis, Philosophy of Mind and Cognitive Science, Media Theory
English, PhD, University of Pennsylvania
- (115) Intro to British Literature
- (213) Modernism and Modernity
- (219) Literature and Medicine
- (247) Doppelgangers, Doubles, and Divided Minds
- (300) Literature of War: Disability, Gender, and Modernism
- (301) Critical Approaches to Literature
- (442) British Literature Since 1930: Returns of the Repressed
- (500) Intro to Theory and Research
- (543) The Minds of Modernism
- (563) Neurodiversity, Self-Narration, and the (Post-)Human
- (578) Affect, Cognition, The Human
Additional Campus Affiliations
Associate Professor, English
Director of Graduate Studies, English
Gaedtke, A. (2017). Modernism and the machinery of madness: Psychosis, technology, and narrative worlds. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108284035
Gaedtke, A. (Accepted/In press). Automatic Voices: Modernism, Telephony, and Delusion. In E. Allen (Ed.), Modern Fiction, Disability, and the Hearing Sciences Routledge.
Gaedtke, A. (Accepted/In press). Diagnosis, Literature, and Legitimation. American Literary History, 35(3).
Gaedtke, A. (2023). Machines of Delusion and Desire. In J. Tambling (Ed.), The Bloomsbury Handbook to Literature and Psychoanalysis Bloomsbury Publishing.
Gaedtke, A. (2022). Flann O'Brien, Wittgenstein, and the Idling of Language. Philosophy and Literature, 46(1), 22-37. https://doi.org/10.1353/phl.2022.0001
Gaedtke, A. (2021). Psychiatry's Strange Objects: Modernism and the Language-Games of Diagnosis. Modernism/Modernity, Print+ 6(2). https://doi.org/10.26597/mod.0200