Anne Caswell-Klein is the Director of Studies for Rockefeller College, one of the residential colleges at Princeton, and is an Academic-Athletic Fellow for the Tiger softball team.
In her duties at Rockefeller, Caswell-Klein offers students academic advice and support. Among the classes that Caswell-Klein has taught at Princeton are seminars titled "Modern Memory" and "Literature Between the Wars." Her scholarly interests include Russian and British novels and the relationship between literature and ethical and philosophical ideas.
Caswell-Klein earned a Ph.D at Princeton in comparative literature after previously studying at the University of Chicago. She lives with her husband Grady, a novelist, and young sons Liam and Benjamin.