Peter William Graham, American English literature educator. National Merit scholar, 1969-1970, Charles Dana scholar, 1970-1973; James B. Duke Fellow, 1973-1976, Lilly postdoctoral fellow, 1977-1978, Andrew J. Mellon postdoctoral fellow, 1980-1981. Member Modern Language Association, Byron Society, Phi Beta Kappa.
- Assistant professor English Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blackburg, 1978-1984, associate professor, 1984-1990, professor, since 1990.
- Disorderly Eaters: Texts in Self-Empowerment
- This book explores the various manifestations of eating disorders in literature, including cannibalism, the magic attributes of food, religiously motivated fasting, and children's eating problems, from the classical period to Toni Morrison, in American, British, and European texts.
- Taking Chances: Derrida, Psychoanalysis, and Literature (Psychiatry and the Humanities)
- A challenging and multisided meditation on the importance of Derrida to current developments in psychoanalysis and psychoanalytical interpretations of literature.
- Don Juan and Regency England
- Byron's mock-epic poem was inspired by the cosmopolitan environment of Venice, but could not help but take account of the society in England he had left behind.
- Core Readings in Psychiatry: An Annotated Guide to the Literature
- Core Readings in Psychiatry, Second Edition, stands as an essential text for the academic.
1978 - 1984