Daniel entered the M.A. program in 2017 through the dual degree BA/MA program after completing his B.A. in Comparative Literature. His undergraduate thesis investigated our modern credit and banking industry using the philosophy of Nietzsche and psychoanalytic theories of Freud, Lacan, and Žižek.
Daniel’s M.A. thesis focuses on the different manifestations of the Sublime in German and English Romantic poetry as a reaction to the French Revolution and the Industrial Revolution. His research interests include Marxist theory, psychoanalysis, German Idealism, John Milton, and English/German Romantic poetry.