Andrew Strombeck, Ph.D.

Sch of Humanities & Cult. Studies
Professor, English
Allyn Hall 433, 3640 Colonel Glenn Hwy, Dayton, OH 45435-0001

Andrew Strombeck began teaching courses in American literature, history, and culture in Wright State's Department of English in 2007, after earning his PhD in English at the University of California, Davis. He has taught courses on topics ranging from Weird Books, to the literature of the network society, to outlaw American masculinity, to the literature of the popular television series Mad Men. is currently at work on a monograph on the literary response to the 1975 New York fiscal crisis. He has written about such topics as Colson Whitehead, David Wojnarowicz, Gordon Matta-Clark, Don DeLillo, Rachel Kushner, Ishmael Reed, and the Left Behind novels for journals such as Studies in American Fiction, Post45 Peer Reviewed, Modern Fiction Studies, Contemporary Literature, African American Review, and Cultural Critique.

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