Alex E. Blazer
I am an Associate Professor of English at Georgia College & State University. After studying literature and photography at Denison University, I earned a Ph.D. in twentieth-century literature and critical theory at The Ohio State University. I previously taught at the University of Louisville and Grand Valley State University.
My poetry scholarship focused on the relationship between critical theory and American poetry in the 1970s and 1980s. My research on the contemporary American novel examines the relationship between postmodern culture and existential madness.
I teach a wide variety of courses in composition, writing about literature, poetry, drama, critical theory (particularly existentialism and psychoanalysis), and twenty- and twenty-first century American literature (particularly the postmodern novel and contemporary poetry).
Quote of the Month
Somewhere along the way America became a giant mall with a country attached.
Ben Fountain. Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk. New York: Ecco-HarperCollins, 2012. p222. Print. / previous
Link of the Month
Pedagogy of the Depressed