Luke Martin

Luke Martin

Degree(s) earned and location:

M.A. John W. Draper Interdisciplinary Program in the Humanities and Social
Thought, New York University
B.A. History & Sociology, West Chester University

Research Interests:

20th century American Literature and Art, Critical Theory, Archival
Practice and Theory

Select Publications:

“Returns of Hitler: Naming, Politics, (Myth) From A- to H-”, Anamesa, Vol
5, No 3 (Spring 2008)

Select Conference Presentations:

“Haunting ‘Hitler’” New York University (Fall 2007)
“Excess & Experiment: Aesthetic Aneconomy in Samuel R. Delany’s Dhalgren”
Tufts University (Fall 2010)

Select Fellowships and Awards:

Hirschhorn Thesis Award for best thesis in the Humanities (2008-2009)

Select Teaching Experience:

ENG100z: Analytical Writing (Ecological Readings)