Dr. Gary Levine

Associate Professor
Building: 
Center for the Humanities of Bixler Hall
Office Number: 
316
Department: 
Phone: 
419.289.5658

Bio

Gary Levine is an associate professor of English and directs Ashland University's first-year composition program. A revised version of his University of Iowa Ph.D. dissertation, The Merchant of Modernism: The Economic Jew in Anglo-American Literature 1864-1939, was published in January 2003 by Routledge. He has presented scholarship on topics as diverse as medieval British literature and the post-colonial Filipino novel, with the common thread the relationship between economics and literature. At Ashland University, he has taught Literature and Film, the American Literary Experience, Advanced Composition, American Studies, Intro to Creative Writing, Great Books, 20th-century Anglophone Literature, The Modern Novel, The Bible as Literature and lots of first-year composition courses. In addition to the Ph.D., he holds an M.F.A. in fiction writing from Washington University in St. Louis. He received his B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley. His current research project analyzes the impact of Darwinian theory on the humanities.

Education

B.A. University of California at Berkeley
M.F.A. in Fiction Writing, Washington University St. Louis
Ph.D., University of Iowa

I work in...

Ashland University’s English department teaches students to read well, think carefully and write clearly, logically and creatively with the goal of achieving intellectual rigor and contextual understanding.

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