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  • Tom Cerasulo, Ph.D.

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    Chair, Professor of English
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    Department(s): English

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    Dr. Cerasulo teaches courses in American literature, cinema studies, and writing. He has published on film adaptations, on ethnicity, and on the cultural history of American authorship. Recent scholarly work appears in Arizona Quarterly, MELUS, Studies in American Culture, Twentieth Century Literature, American Writers, The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Twentieth Century Fiction, and Critical Companion to Eugene O’Neill. He is the author of the book Authors Out Here: Fitzgerald, West, Parker, and Schulberg in Hollywood (University of South Carolina Press, 2010). He is currently working on a manuscript on writers and the television industry.

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  • Daniel Chelotti, MFA

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    Associate Professor of English
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    Department(s): English

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    Dan Chelotti is a widely published poet and author. He is the author of the poetry collection x (McSweeney’s) and two chapbooks of poetry,The Eights (Poetry Society of America) and Compost (Greying Ghost Press). His poems have appeared in many journals, including POETRY, jubilat, Boston Review, A Public Space, Fence, North American Review. His articles and interviews have appeared in Huffington Post, Kenyon Review Online, Los Angeles Review of Books. Chelotti has been nominated for two Pushcart Prizes, and has received grants and fellowships from the Slovenian Arts Council and the Colraine Writers’ Workshop. In 2014, a poem that originally appeared in iO: A Journal of New American Poetry was selected by AE Stallings for a Best of the Net award. On campus, Dan is the faculty adviser to Bloom, the college’s literary magazine. He directs programs at The Blue House, and runs the Visiting Writers series.

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  • Jasmine Hall, Ph.D.

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    Professor of English
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    Department(s): English

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    Dr. Hall’s fields of interest are Victorian and modern British fiction, literary criticism, and popular culture. She has published and presented papers in Dickens Studies Annual and Studies in Short Fiction, as well as in collections on Victorian literature and detective fiction.

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