T. V. Reed

Department of English

Professor

Office: Atkinson College, 604
Phone: (416)736-2100 Ext: 22157
Emailreedtv@yorku.ca
Primary websitehttp://art-of-protest.net/tvreedhome.html

T.V. Reed is Buchannan Distinguished Professor of American Studies and English at Washington State University in Pullman and Visiting Professor of English and Humanities at York. His areas of research and teaching expertise include: 20th/2ist cent. US multicultural fiction; interdisciplinary cultural theory; popular culture; digital culture; environmental justice cultural studies; and role of the culture in social movements. His books include: Fifteen Jugglers, Five Believers: Literary Politics and the Poetics of American Social Movements (UC Press, 1992); The Art of Protest: Culture and Activism from the Civil Rights Movement to the Streets of Seattle (Minnesota, 2005); Digitized Lives: Culture, Power and Social Change in the Internet Era (Rutledge, 2014); and Robert Cantwell and the Literary Left ( U Washington Press, 2014). Reed also created and manages the web matrix cultural politics.net

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Area of Specialization

20th/21st century US multicultural fiction; interdisciplinary cultural theory; popular culture; digital culture; environmental justice cultural studies; and role of the culture in social movements.

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T.V. Reed is Buchannan Distinguished Professor of American Studies and English at Washington State University in Pullman and Visiting Professor of English and Humanities at York. His areas of research and teaching expertise include: 20th/2ist cent. US multicultural fiction; interdisciplinary cultural theory; popular culture; digital culture; environmental justice cultural studies; and role of the culture in social movements. His books include: Fifteen Jugglers, Five Believers: Literary Politics and the Poetics of American Social Movements (UC Press, 1992); The Art of Protest: Culture and Activism from the Civil Rights Movement to the Streets of Seattle (Minnesota, 2005); Digitized Lives: Culture, Power and Social Change in the Internet Era (Rutledge, 2014); and Robert Cantwell and the Literary Left ( U Washington Press, 2014). Reed also created and manages the web matrix cultural politics.net

Area of Specialization

20th/21st century US multicultural fiction; interdisciplinary cultural theory; popular culture; digital culture; environmental justice cultural studies; and role of the culture in social movements.

Degrees