Tyler T. Schmidt
Associate Professor & Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) Co-Coordinator
B.S., University of Wisconsin-Madison
Professor Schmidt's academic interests include African American literature, race and sexuality studies, American poetry, rhetoric and composition, and critical pedagogy.
- Desegregating Desire: Race and Sexuality in Cold War American Literature (University Press of Mississippi, Fall 2013).
- "Subjectivities-in-Process: Writing Race and the Online Discussion Board." Radical Teacher. 90 (Spring 2011): 36-46.
- "White Pervert: Tracing Integration's Queer Desire in African American Novels of the 1950s," Women's Studies Quarterly 35 (2007)
- "'In the glad flesh of my fear': Corporeal Inscription in Richard Bruce Nugent's Geisha Man," African American Review 40 (2006)
- "'womanish and wily': "The Poetry of Wanda Coleman," Obsidian III 6 (2005)