Dr. Scott McClintockAssociate Professor College of Letters and Sciences
Arts and Humanities
Scott McClintock has a Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from the University of California, Irvine. His research interests include literatures of the Americas, anti-terror discourse critique, the Indian novel in English, and Cold War cultural studies. His monograph, Topologies of Fear in Contemporary Fiction: The Anxieties of Post-Nationalism and Counterterrorism was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2015. He is also a contributing co-editor in Pynchon’s California (University of Iowa Press, 2014). His chapter, “The Matter of Being Expatriots: Hemingway, Cuba and Inter-American Study” has been published in the edited anthology, Hemingway, Cuba, and the Cuban Works (Kent State University Press, 2013). He has also published articles on such world authors as Salman Rushdie, Amitav Ghosh, Franz Kafka, and Laureano Alban in the journals South Asian Review, Comparative Literature Studies, and Revista Iberoamericana, and in the journal, Clio, "The Poetics of Fission in Robinson Jeffers," on the Carmel poet and the culture of the Cold War. He has presented papers on these and other topics at the Modern Language Association; the American Literature Association; the Joint Meeting of the Rocky Mountain Council on Latin American Studies and the Pacific Coast Council on Latin American Studies; the American Literary Translators Association; the Conference on the Emerging Literature of the Southwest, University of Texas at El Paso; the University of Geneva; the University of Lausanne; the University of Freiburg; and the First and Second International Hemingway Colloquia, in Havana, Cuba.
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