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Todd Tietchen

Todd Tietchen
Todd F. TietchenAssociate Professor
  • College
    College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Department
    English
  • Phone
    (978) 940-4732
  • Office
    O'Leary Library - 444
  • Email

Research Interests

20th Century American Literature, U.S. Intellectual History, 20th Century Literary Movements, Cold War Studies, Experimental and Avant-Garde Literature, Comparative Media Studies (including Print Culture and the History of Publishing).

Education

  • Ph D: English, (2005), University of Washington - Seattle, WA
  • MA: English, (1999), University of New Mexico - Albuquerque, NM
  • BA: English, (1996), Montclair State University - Montclair, NJ

Biography

Todd Tietchen’s articles have appeared in journals such as Criticism, Mosaic, Arizona Quarterly, Western American Literature, and Discourse. He is the author of The Cubalogues: Beat Writers in Revolutionary Havana (Florida 2010) and Technomodern Poetics: The American Literary Avant-garde at the Start of the Information Age (Iowa 2018). He has also served as the editor of three separate volumes of the works of Jack Kerouac: The Haunted Life and Other Writings (Da Capo 2014), Visions of Cody, Visions of Gerard, Big Sur (Library of America 2015), and The Unknown Kerouac: Rare, Unpublished & Newly Translated Writings (Library of America 2016). Additionally, Tietchen serves as the Co-Director of the university's American Studies program.