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| James Maynard|
|Visiting Assistant Curator, The Poetry Collection|
|Research interests:|| 20th-century American poetry and poetics, little magazines and small presses, pragmatism and process philosophy.|
|Institutional affiliation:|| University at Buffalo|
|Departmental affiliation:|| The Poetry Collection|
|Office location:|| 420 Capen Hall|
|URI:|| James Maynard|
|Membership status:|| Charter member|
|Digital projects:|| [URI NAME OF PROJECT]|
James Maynard received his PhD in English from the State University of New York at Buffalo where he is the Visiting Assistant Curator of the Poetry Collection. He wrote his dissertation on Robert Duncan, the sublime, and pragmatism/process philosophy, and co-edited New Directions' single-volume republication of Ground Work: Before the War / In the Dark (2006). He is currently editing a collection of essays on Duncan's late writings and a volume of Duncan's collected critical prose for the University of California Press.
Promoting the scholarly and pedagogical use of materials in the Poetry Collection.