Nicholas Allred (MSt., Oxford) is a PhD candidate in the English department here at Rutgers.* His research focuses on compulsive habits like drinking and ideas about fictional character in eighteenth-century Britain. Nick has taught courses at Rutgers on poetry, writing, the early novel, and eighteenth-century literature and culture.
*Update: Dissertation defended in March, 2022.
Mother Gin and the Bad Examples: Figuring a Drug Crisis, 1736–51 , Allred, N., 2021Eighteenth Century Fiction
Howard Wilcox Haggard and the Institutionalization of Modern Alcohol Studies, Allred, N., Bejarano, & Ward, J. H., 2017Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs
Reintroducing Bunky at 125: E.M. Jellinek’s life and contributions to Alcohol Studies, Ward, J. H. Bejarano, W., Allred, N., & Babor, T. F., 2016Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs
Awards & Distinctions
- Center of Alcohol & Substance Use Studies (CAS) Recognition Award (Rutgers University, 2022)
- Harvey Waterman Medal of Excellence (School of Graduate Studies, Rutgers University, 2022)