Nathaniel Gallant

Bio/Description

Nathaniel Gallant is a PhD student in the Department of Comparative Literature at Princeton University. He is broadly interested in issues of religion and literature, translation, aesthetic theory, and political theology. His current work follows entangled notions of karma, aesthetics, and the literary in East/Central Asia. He holds a BA in Comparative Literature and South Asian Studies, as well as an MA in Japanese Studies from the University of Michigan. Before coming to Princeton, he was an editor at Kodansha and a visiting researcher at Tohoku University in Sendai, Japan. His other writing, translations, and CV can be found at nathanielgallant.com