William Gleason is the Hughes-Rogers Professor of English and American Studies at Princeton University, where he teaches courses in environmental humanities, children’s literature, and popular culture, and is affiliated with the High Meadows Environmental Institute, the Program in Environmental Studies, and the Princeton-Mellon Initiative in Architecture, Urbanism, and the Humanities. He is the author of Sites Unseen: Architecture, Race, and American Literature and The Leisure Ethic: Work and Play in American Literature, and co-editor of Keywords for Environmental Studies (with Joni Adamson and David N. Pellow), Romance Fiction and American Culture (with Eric Murphy Selinger), and The Pocket Instructor: Literature (with Diana Fuss).