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English and Journalism
Daniel S. Malachuk
Nineteenth-century literature, political theory, the environment
Ph.D., Rutgers University
|Office||287 WIU Quad Cities: 309-762-9481|
|Office hours||On leave for 2013-14|
Daniel S. Malachuk teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in English at WIU-QC. He received his BA from Bowdoin College and his PhD from Rutgers University. Prior to coming to WIU-QC in 2007, he taught writing and humanities at Daniel Webster College, political theory at Georgetown and George Washington Universities, and literature at American University. His main research area is nineteenth-century British and American literature in relation to political theory and the environment.
Professor Malachuk is on sabbatical leave for 2013-14. During the fall, he will be a Distinguished Fellow at the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study. In the spring and summer, he will be a Fulbright Senior Lecturer at the Heidelberg Center for American Studies at the University of Heidelberg.
His research is described at his personal page; he can be reached at ds-malachuk at wiu dot edu