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Daniel Citro

Daniel Citro

Senior Lecturer

Department of English
Office: 311 Strode

Ph.D., University of Georgia; M.F.A., University of Notre Dame; M.A., Western Illinois University; B.A., Quincy University

Curriculum Vitae


ENGL 2020: Literary Forms and Creative Writing; ENGL 2120: World Literature; Engl 2130: British Literature; ENGL 2140: American Literature; ENGL 2150: Literature in 20th- and 21st- Century Contexts

Research Interests
Creative Writing, Modernisms, Poetics, Forms/Genres

Dr. Citro holds a PhD from the University of Georgia and an MFA from the University of Notre Dame. His interests include creative writing, modernism in the long twentieth century, narrative, poetry, and performance. He specializes in teaching 2000-level literature courses, particularly in creative writing and world literature; recent courses have focused on the uncanny, the literature of exile, the folk base in American literature, dreams, and the invitation of form. He is the author of the chapbooks Seas/Horse (Opo Books & Objects) and Just Now the Wallop (Mud Luscious Press). He is a Senior Lecturer in the department and a recipient of 2021 Holman Teaching Award.

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