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About Thomas Morgan

Thomas Lewis Morgan is an Associate Professor of American and African American Literature in the Department of English at the University of Dayton.
His research interests focus on the politics of narrative form and the short story in late-nineteenth-century periodical culture. His teaching interests focus on nineteenth and twentieth century African American, Native American, Asian American, and American literature; he employs a combination of critical race and narrative theory coupled with literary history to engage the intersections of race, class, and gender as they manifest themselves textually and historically. Current work focuses on examining the way metaphor and metaphoric structures participate in perpetuating the logic of racism.

Positions

2006 Present Associate Professor, University of Dayton Department of English
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Education

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2004 PhD, University of Buffalo
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1999 MA, University of Buffalo
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1993 BA, University of Oregon
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Contact Information

Phone: 937-229-3456
Location: HM 221

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