author, professor, critic, psychoanalyst
I’m a professor in the Department of Humanistic Studies at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and an author, critic and analyst. I write and teach about literature, with a focus on the Uncanny, true crime, occultism, horror, abjection, and the early history of psychoanalysis. I live in the old Belvedere Hotel in Baltimore, with my partner David Sterritt and our popular and charismatic French bulldog, Grisby. The best way to contact me is always by e-mail, as I often have my cellphone turned off. Unless I’m out of town, I try to reply to all e-mails the same day. I’m always interested in supervising motivated PhD students working in the above-listed areas.
Fall 2013 Schedule
Tuesday 9-12: Lit 340: Writing for the Humanities & Arts (Humanistic Studies Majors Only) Bunting 460
Thursday: JCI Scholars Program, Jessup Correctional Facility / Clifton T. Perkins Forensic Hospital Center
Office: Bunting 409, 1300 Mount Royal Ave, Baltimore, MD 21217.
Home: Belvedere Hotel, #501-502, 1. East Chase St., Baltimore, MD 21202. 805-798-0430