425 East Hall
Degrees and Institutions
Ph.D., American Culture Studies (2000)
M.A., American Culture Studies (1989) BGSU
B.A., American Literature (1985) University of Sussex, Brighton, UK
Area: American Literature/Critical Theory
Research Interests: Marxisms, American Literature, Psychogeography and the Spatial Turn, US and UK countercultures and minor literatures. 1945-present.
Countering the Counterculture: Methodologies, Practices, Poetics, Teaching Literature, Postmodern Fiction, Senior Thesis Workshop, Nation, Class, and Identity in British Film and Literature From Bond to Blair ,Postmodern Fiction, Writing in a Postmodern Age: Contemporary American Literature 1945-2000, The San Francisco Renaissance and the Birth of Counterculture, 1955-68, Contemporary Multiethnic American Literature, Introduction to Literary and Critical Theory, Literature of the Beat Generation, Terrorism and the Media, The Literatures of Trauma, American Literature Survey 1865-1945, American Literature Survey 1600-1945, Introduction to Literature, Literature of the Iraq War
ENG1500; ENG2000; ENG2750; ENG3000; ENG3020; ENG 4800; ENG6070; ENG6090; ENG6800
“Nicholas Papadimitriou.” British Writers, Supplement XXIV (British Writers and Classics). NY: Charles Scribner’s and Sons, 2017 (forthcoming in September).
Review of Erik R. Mortensen, Capturing
the Beat Moment: Cultural Politics and the Poetics of Presence.
Invited. The Beat Review. 5.1 (April 2011)
Review of Todd F. Tietchen, The Cubalogues: Beat Writers in Revolutionary Havana. Invited. The Beat Review. 4.4 (December 2010).
Review of Adilifu Nama, Black Space: Imagining Race in Science Fiction Film. Invited. Black Camera: An International Film Journal. 1.2 (Summer 2010). 161-164.
Works in Progress
Mere Pseud: The Secret 1980s Journal of a Teenage
Modernist (writing/digital art project).