Stephen Grandchamp received his B.A. from Northern Michigan University (2005), M.A. from Western Michigan University (2008), and Ph.D. from Michigan State University (2016).  He is is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities at Illinois Wesleyan University. His current book project, Accounting for Failure: Arrested Development and the British Bildungsroman, 1805-1891, examines failure as a counterpoint to pervasive notions of success and development across nineteenth-century narrative genres. He has taught both in the traditional classroom and online and has great interest in the integration of digital technology into English studies.