David H. Wilson, Ph.D.
I received a B.A. in English from Witternberg University, a M.A. in English from University of Massachusetts-Boston, a M.A. in Science Fiction Studies from University of Liverpool, and a Ph.D. in English from Michigan State University. I'm a professor of English and Unit Head for the Humanities and Social Sciences at the Lake Campus, where I've worked since 2006.
Courses I teach at the Lake Campus include the following:
FMS 1310 Introduction to Film Studies
TH 2140 Theatre in Western Culture
ENG 1100 Academic Writing & Reading
ENG 2100 Research Writing & Argument
ENG 2040 Great Books
ENG 2050 African American Literature
ENG 3000 Business Writing
ENG 3210 British Texts: Medieval to 17th Centurty
ENG 3310 American Texts: Colonial to 1890
ENG 3320 American Texts: 1890 to 21st Century
ENG 3830 Introduction to Fiction Writing
ENG 4300 Studies in American Literature
ENG 4450 Studies in Literary Theory
I am the author of over twenty books of fiction and nonfiction, and I have published hundreds of stories, essays and reviews in journals, magazines and anthologies across the world in multiple languages. Click here for a bibliography of my publications and ongoing research.
My latest books include a cultography on the film They Live (Columbia University Press), a trilogy of one-acts, Three Plays (Black Scat Books), and a two-volume fiction collection, Battle without Honor or Humanity (Raw Dog Screaming Press).