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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|
Based at Western Illinois University’s Quad Cities campus since 2007, Daniel S. Malachuk teaches courses in support of General Education and the undergraduate and graduate programs in English and the Liberal Arts & Sciences. His undergraduate courses include A&S195: Introduction to the Liberal Arts & Sciences, ENG200: Introduction to Poetry, ENG202: Introduction to Drama, ENG206: Issues in US Literature, ENG299: Critical Methods of Reading and Writing, ENG300: The Short Story, ENG340: American Nature Writing, ENG346: African American Fiction, ENG348: US Ethnic Literature, ENG353: Great Books, ENG368: Literary Theory, ENG376: Professional Development Workshop, and a variety of 400-level seminars that draw (like his graduate courses) upon his research (described here). All of his courses require a lot of academic writing and some less conventional writing such as contributing to the ongoing digital humanities project, Before the Quad Cities.
He is on sabbatical leave for 2013-14. During the fall, he will be a Residential 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