Adjunct Assistant Professor, Liberal Arts (2007). BA, 2000, University of Iowa; MA, 2003, PhD, 2004, State University of New York at Buffalo. Publications: PQRS (Kenning Editions, 2012), The Route (Atelos, 2008), Chicago Review; Contemporary Women's Writing; Cross-Cultural Poetics; Denver Quarterly; Disability Studies Quarterly; Jacket2; Journal of Modern Literature; Postmodern Culture. Editor: Hannah Weiner's Open House.
I teach in three departments of SAIC: Visual & Critical Studies, Creative Writing, and Liberal Arts. In VCS/Art History, I regularly teach an introduction to the work of Gilles Deleuze and a series of courses on language as artistic medium. I also teach literature and poetics courses.
I am working on a pirate audio tour of encyclopedic museums, artist's books of various kinds, and essays in literary theory and avant-garde poetics. I have published widely on writers such as Hannah Weiner, Jackson Mac Low, Tan Lin, and others. My book in progress (as of summer 2013) is on Weiner and Mac Low, with interludes considering the work of Marcel Broodthaers, Adrian Piper, etc.—the project concerns the difference between looking and reading, among other things.
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