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- Ph.D. English, University of Iowa
- B.A. English, St. Olaf College
Mark Bresnan arrived at Colorado State in Fall 2018 and teaches composition and American literature. He previously taught in Maryland, Minnesota, and New York City. Professor Bresnan has a Ph.D. in contemporary American literature from the University of Iowa and has published articles and essays on work by Philip Roth, David Foster Wallace, Jonathan Franzen, and Ben Fountain. He lives in Boulder County with his wife and daughter.
“Archive Anxiety in Jonathan Lethem’s Chronic City.” Literature Interpretation Theory. Special Issue: “Literature and/as Archive.” Eds. Pieter Vermeulen and Tom Chadwick. 31:1 (Winter 2020): 8-24.
"Considering Composition: Teaching David Foster Wallace in the First-Year Writing Classroom." Approaches to Teaching The Works of David Foster Wallace. Modern Language Association, 2019: 68-74.