Jacques Khalip is the author of Last Things: Disastrous Form from Kant to Hujar (Fordham University Press, 2018) and Anonymous Life: Romanticism and Dispossession (Stanford University Press, 2009). He is also the co-editor of Constellations of a Contemporary Romanticism (Fordham University Press, 2016) and Releasing the Image: From Literature to New Media (Stanford University Press, 2011). With Claire Colebrook and Lee Edelman, he is currently co-writing a book entitled Unlivable: Queer Theory Beyond The Material (under contract, Columbia University Press).
Jacques Khalip writes on and teaches British Romanticism, queer theory, aesthetics, poetry, and critical theory.
Currently, he is working on a book entitled Dwelling in Disaster, a study of romantic reflections on extinction and wasted life.
OVPR Grant, Office of the Vice-President for Research, Brown University, 2009-10.
OVPR Grant, Office of the Vice-President for Research, Brown University, 2008-9.
Lectureship Grant, Office of the Dean of the Faculty, Brown University, 2008-9.
OVPR Grant, Office of the Vice-President for Research, Brown University, 2007-8.
Arts Research Board Grant, McMaster University, 2007.
Arts Research Board Grant, McMaster University, 2006.
Arts Research Board Grant, McMaster University, 2005.
Duke Summer Research Dissertation Fellowship, 2002.
SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship, Canadian Federal Governmentdeclined, 2000.
FCAR M.A. Research Fellowship, Quebec Provincial Government, 1997.
Henry Merritt Wriston Fellowship, Dean of the College, Brown University, 2010-2011.
Few Dissertation Fellowship, Duke English Department, 2003-4.
Stephen Horne Award for Excellence in Teaching, Duke English Department 2003.
Duke English Department Fellowship, 1998-2003.
Mary Keenan Scholarship (Master's), McGill English Department, 1997.
J.W.McConnell Award, McGill University, 1996.
Charles M. Snyder Memorial Scholarship, McGill English Department, 1996.
Modern Language Association (MLA)
North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (NASSR)
Jacques Khalip regularly teaches on romantic literature and culture, and queer theory. Some recent courses include: The Literature of Identity; Ethics of Romanticism; Romantic Dispossession; Queer Relations; Queer Passivity.
ENGL 0500J - The Literature of Identity. Fall 2014.
ENGL 0500Q - Getting Emotional: Passionate Theories. Spring 2016.
ENGL 1511L - On Being Bored. Fall 2015.
ENGL 1560W - Getting Emotional: Passionate Theories. Spring 2014, Spring 2015.
ENGL 1900R - Queer Relations: Aesthetics and Sexuality. Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Fall 2016.
ENGL 2561O - The Romantic Detail. Fall 2016.
ENGL 2901C - Pedestrian Theory: Walking, Working, Waking. Spring 2016.
MCM 2110L - Pedestrian Theory: Walking, Working, Waking. Spring 2016.