St. Lawrence University


Alexander Gladwin, class of 2014, double-majored in English and mathematics and completed honors projects in both majors. In 2014, he won both the Douglas and Sylvia Angus Literature Award for St. Lawrence University’s top English major and was one of six mathematics majors to receive the Dr. O. Kenneth Bates Prize for Mathematics. He served as St Lawrence University’s 2013-14 HASTAC scholar. Matthew Lavin, Associate Program Coordinator of the Crossing Boundaries Mellon Humanities Grant, served as his HASTAC mentor. For his honors project in mathematics, Alex worked with Associate Professor of Mathematics Daniel M. Look (in consultation with Lavin) to devise a quantitative authorship attribution study focused upon H.P. Lovecraft’s ostensible role in the revision of C.M. Eddy’s most well known short story "The Loved Dead."

HASTAC Scholar
Alexander Gladwin