Associate Professor, PhD Rutgers University 2008, specializes in Contemporary American Literature. His teaching and research interests include comics and graphic narratives, science fiction and theory of the novel. His scholarship has appeared in Postmodern Culture, ImageText, Extrapolation and PMLA, among other venues. His book Arresting Development: Comics at the Boundaries of Literature was published by the University of Texas Press in 2016. He currently serves as chair of the executive committee of the MLA's Comics and Graphic Narratives forum.
A recent article on comics and traumatic witnessing can be read here.
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