George Justice is Professor of English at Arizona State University. He served from 2013-2017 as Dean of Humanities in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and from 2014-2017 as Associate Vice President for Humanities and Arts in the Office of Knowledge Enterprise Development at Arizona State University. A specialist in eighteenth-century British literature, Justice is the author and editor of scholarship on the literary marketplace, authorship, and women's writing. His BA is from Wesleyan University and his MA and PhD from the University of Pennsylvania. Prior to coming to ASU, Justice taught at the University of Pennsylvania, Marquette University, Louisiana State University, and the University of Missouri, where he also served as Vice Provost for Advanced Studies and Dean of the Graduate School.
My disciplines and areas of professional expertise include…
I teach courses primarily on British literature and write about eighteenth-century literature, the history of the book, women's writing, graduate education, and higher education more generally.
I work on the History of the Book and the relationship of a public culture of education to developments in the book trade. I am interested particularly in the overlap of communications technologies and how the means of production affects what we consider to be literature.
I am also interested in higher education; from general education to the humanities to doctoral education.