Max Cassity (February 2016)

Max Cassity is a 2nd year PhD student in English and Textual Studies. His studies encompass 20thand 21st Century American fiction, poetry, and digital media. He is currently beginning a dissertation that studies fictional representations of epidemic diseases in American and Global modern literature and digital narratives including Ebola, Cancer, and Pandemic Flu.


To read and comment on his posts individually, click on the links below:

Don’t Eat the Flatware: Balancing Instruction and Interpretation in the Classroom (5 February 2016)

A Ghost in the Machine: The Specter of Literature in EA’s Middle-Earth: The Shadow of Mordor (12 February 2016) 

Zen and the Art of the Course Description (19 February 2016)

Adaptation Nation: Popular U.S. Film Originality 2010-2015 (26 February 2016)