- Region: Europe, America
- Time: 17th century, 18th century, 19th century
- Topic: Early Modern Philosophy and Literature; Skepticism; Romanticism; English and American Poetry and Literature
Luke Ciancarelli entered Harvard’s Philosophy department as a PhD candidate in 2019 after receiving his BA in Philosophy and English from Yale. In addition to historical subjects, he writes on contemporary topics at the intersection of philosophical psychology, epistemology, and ethics. His interests include the philosophy and literature of the Early Modern period; the Romantic movement, its poetry, and its influence on European and American thought; and the significance of skepticism as it arose in Early Modernity and informed Romantic authors and their heirs.