Western Illinois University: Macomb Campus
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English and Journalism
Contemporary American Literature & Popular Culture
|Office||217 Simpkins Hall: 309-298-2464|
|Office hours||sabbatical SP13|
David Banash teaches courses in contemporary American literature and popular culture. His essays and reviews have appeared in Bad Subjects: Political Education for Everyday Life, Science Fiction Studies, Paradoxa, PopMatters, Postmodern Culture, Reconstruction, and the Iowa Review. He recently co-edited a special issue of The Iowa Journal of Cultural Studies entitled “Suburbia” and he is a co-founder of the annual Craft, Critique, Culture conference. He is currently at work on a book investigating the role of collage in twentieth-century culture.