Dr. Andrew Pisano
Assistant Professor of English
Writing Center Coordinator
Office: 107 A (Central Building)
Ph.D., English. 2014. Univ. of North Carolina, Greensboro
MA., English. 2008. Univ. of North Carolina, Greensboro
BA., English. 2006. Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania
Early American Literature, Pre-1800 Writers of Color, Early American Religious Culture, and The Era of Reform
Pre-1900 American Literature, War Literature, The Harlem Renaissance, and the Southern Gothic
Publications and Recent Scholarly Activity
“Reforming the Literary Black Atlantic: Worshipful Resistance in the Transatlantic World.” Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture. Vol. 44. (2015): 81-100. Johns Hopkins Univ. Press.
“‘My Broken Hints to Appear in the Word’: Samson Occom’s A Sermon, Preached at the execution of Moses Paul, an Indian and the Discursive Formation of Native Solidarity,” The Society for the Study of Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States [MELUS], Charleston, SC 2016
“‘Vent’rous Afric in her Great Design’: Phillis Wheatley’s Transatlantic Public Sphere,” South Atlantic Modern Language Association [SAMLA], Durham, NC, 2015
“Stillness in the Early Black Atlantic: A Journal of the Rev. John Marrant, Enraptured Silence, and Assertions of Human and Spiritual Agency in the Atlantic World,” The Society for the Study of Multi-Ethnic Literature of the United States [MELUS], Athens, GA, 2015
Fall 2016: ENG 101 and ENG 102.