T. Hugh Crawford

Associate Professor

Member Of:
  • School of Literature, Media, and Communication
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Dr. Hugh Crawford  received his PhD in American Literature from Duke University. He joined the Georgia Tech faculty as an Associate Professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication in 1996. A specialist in the cultural studies of science and technology, he has published on literature and medicine, cinema and science, medical imaging technologies, the novels of Herman Melville, and the poetry of William Carlos Williams.  He is past president of the Society for Literature, Science and the Arts, and former editor of Configurations: a Journal of Science, Technology and Culture published by the Johns Hopkins University Press.  


Research Fields:
  • Literary and Cultural Studies
  • Science and Technology Studies


  • ENGL-1102: English Composition II
  • LCC-2100: Intro-Sci,Tech & Culture
  • LCC-2300: Intro Biomedicine & Cult
  • LCC-2813: Special Topics in STAC
  • LCC-3114: Sci, Tech & Modernism
  • LCC-3219: Literature and Medicine
  • LCC-3226: Major Authors
  • LCC-3308: Environment Ecocritic
  • LCC-3318: Biomedicine & Culture
  • LCC-3823: Special Topics Lit/Cult
  • LCC-3853: Special Topics in Film
  • LCC-4100: Seminar in STAC
  • LCC-4102: Senior Thesis
  • LMC-2000: Intro-Lit, Media, & Comm
  • LMC-2050: Lit, Media, Comm Seminar
  • LMC-2100: Intro to STAC
  • LMC-2300: Intro Biomedicine & Cult
  • LMC-3219: Literature & Medicine
  • LMC-3226: Major Authors
  • LMC-3308: Environment Ecocritic
  • LMC-3316: Postcolonialism
  • LMC-3318: Biomedicine & Culture
  • LMC-3405: Media Culture & Society
  • LMC-3833: Special Topics in STAC
  • LMC-4000: Senior Seminar in LMC
  • LMC-4100: Seminar in STAC
  • LMC-4102: Senior Thesis