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- Ph.D. English, University of Iowa
- B.A. English, St. Olaf College
Mark Bresnan arrived at Colorado State in Fall 2018 and teaches in the Composition sequence. He previously taught in Maryland, Minnesota, and New York City. Professor Bresnan has a Ph.D. in contemporary American literature from the University of Iowa and has published articles and essays on work by Philip Roth, David Foster Wallace, Jonathan Franzen, and Ben Fountain. He lives in Boulder County with his wife and daughter.
“’Bluffers and Blowhards’: Speaking of Violence in Ben Fountain’s Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk.” Violence in Literature. Ed. Stacey Peebles. Critical Insights Series. Armenia, NY: Grey House Publishing/Salem Press, 2014: 168-181.
“’Consistently Original, Perennially Unheard Of’: Punk, Margin, and Mainstream in Jonathan Franzen’s Freedom.” Write in Tune: Contemporary Music and Fiction. Eds. Jeffrey Roessner and Erich Hertz. New York: Bloomsbury, 2014: 31-42.