Sarah Weston is a joint PhD student in English and History of Art at Yale University. She specializes in British literature and art of the long nineteenth century, and works primarily on William Blake, Romanticism (both transatlantic and continental), and nineteenth century media. Other interests include eco-criticism, the history of math, sound studies, and book history. She received B.A. degrees in English and Art History (with Honors) from Stanford University, and an MPhil in Eighteenth Century and Romantic Literature from the University of Cambridge.