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Mitchell Edwards

Mitchell Edwards is a PhD student interested in the history of books and reading—especially of the print and political cultures of the twentieth-century United States—and the influence of surveillance and intelligence organizations in the Cold War-era cultural field. His grand plan to work at every stage of the communications circuit is slowly progressing: he has involved himself in book production by interning at Princeton University Press, worked in special collections and school libraries, and taught literature at the high school level. He received his BA in English from Harvard College with a minor in Folklore & Mythology.