Michael Dango

Michael Dango is assistant professor in English and in Media Studies at Beloit College, where he teaches courses on American literature, gender and sexuality studies, and the environmental humanities. He is currently finishing a book on style and starting another book on the aesthetics of sexual violence, tentatively titled What Does Rape Look Like? His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in New Literary History, Modern Fiction Studies, Post45, Social Text, NovelCritical Inquiry, Modern Philology, and The New Inquiry.


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2017, the Year in Horror

What can the runaway popularity of "It," "Get Out," and "American Horror Story" tell us about America in 2017?...

2017, the Year in Horror
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