Omar F. Miranda specializes in the literatures of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, with an emphasis in both his research and teaching on the global Romantic era. His book manuscript in progress examines the revolutionary possibilities of exile, celebrity culture, and literary form in the period. He is editor of On the 200th Anniversary of Lord Byron's Manfred: Commemorative Essays, a bicentenary Romantic Circles Praxis volume.
He has published essays in European Romantic Review, Symbiosis, and Romantic Circles; book chapters in Byron in Context (Cambridge UP, Ed. Clara Tuite) and The Cambridge Guide to the Eighteenth-Century Novel (forthcoming); and book reviews in Eighteenth-Century Fiction, BARS Bulletin, and Review 19.
- PhD, English, New York University
- MA, English, Boston College
- BA, German, Political Science, and English, University of Miami, Florida