Christopher Pizzino

Assistant Professor Phone: 706-542-9267 Office: 203 Park Hall

Assistant Professor, PhD Rutgers University 2008, specializes in Contemporary American Literature.  His teaching and research interests include comics and graphic narratives, science fiction and theory of the novel.  He has published essays on Cormac McCarthy, Gilbert Hernandez, Frank Miller and Slavoj Zizek.  An article on comics literacy and cultural memory is forthcoming in PMLA.  An essay on comics and animal studies is forthcoming in Funny Animals, an edited collection from Ohio State University Press.  His book Arrested Development: Comics at the Boundaries of Literature is forthcoming in 2016 from the University of Texas Press.

Office hours:

For fall 2014:

Tuesday and Thursday 12:30-1:30 p.m. and by appointment

Christopher Pizzino
Fall 15 ENGL4760 T R 09 :30 AM Park Hall 0144
Fall 15 ENGL4864 T R 12 :30 AM Park Hall 0250
Fall 15 ENGL9000 00 :01 AM No Classroom Required
Fall 15 ENGL9300 00 :01 AM No Classroom Required
Summer 15 ENGL9000 00 :01 AM No Classroom Required