Associate Lecturer, Composition Program
FH 1400M; 419.530.2820
Office Hours: TR 12:25-1:50, 3:20-4:05 & By Appt.
Mike S. DuBose (Ph.D. Bowling Green State University in American Culture Studies) teaches composition and literature classes for the department. He is also a media scholar who has presented his work at international conferences. His recent publications include “Morality, Complexity, Experts, and Systems of Authority in House, M. D., or, ‘My Big Brain is My Superpower’” in the January 2010 edition of Television & New Media and “The Man Behind the Mask?: Models of Masculinity and The Persona of Heroes in Captain America Prose Novels” in the critical anthology Captain America and the Struggle of the Superhero. Forthcoming publications include an essay in Academic Aparthied (to be published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing) and an article for The Chronicle of Higher Education. Mike’s main areas of research interest include critical television studies and the application of complexity theory to the study of popular culture. In his spare time, he plays lead guitar in the local heavy alternative rock band Analog Revolution.