Inge, M. Thomas

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INGE, M. Thomas

INGE, M. Thomas. American, b. 1936. Genres: Cultural/Ethnic topics, Cartoons, Humor/Satire, Bibliography. Career: Blackwell Professor of Humanities, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, VA, 1984-; General Ed., Greenwood Pr. reference series on American popular culture, 1976-; Cambridge University Press, American Critical Archives series, 1987-; University Press of Mississippi, Studies in Popular Culture series, 1987-; Instructor of English, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, 1962-64; Assistant Professor to Associate Professor of American Thought and Language, Michigan State University, East Lansing, 1964-69; Associate Professor to Professor of English and Chair, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, 1969-80; Professor of English and Head of Dept., Clemson University, SC, 1980-82; Resident Scholar in American Studies, U.S. Information Agency, Washington, DC, 1982-84. Publications: (with T.D. Young) Donald Davidson: An Essay and a Bibliography, 1965; (with T.D. Young) Donald Davidson, 1971; The American Comic Book, 1985; Comics in the Classroom, 1989; Comics as Culture; 1990; Great American Comics, 1990; Faulkner, Sut, and Other Southerners, 1992; Perspectives on American Culture: Essays on Humor, Literature, and the Popular Arts, 1994; Anything Can Happen in a Comic Strip, 1995. EDITOR: Publications of the Faculty of the University College: A Bibliography, 1966; Sut Lovingood's Yarns, by G.W. Harris, 1966; High Times and Hard Times: Sketches and Tales, by G.W. Harris, 1967; Agrarianism in American Literature, 1969; Augustus Baldwin Longstreet: A Study of the Development of Culture in the South, by J.D. Wade, 1969; Honors College Essays 1967-1968, 1969; Faulkner: A Rose for Emily, 1970; William Byrd of Westover, by R.C. Beatty, 1970; Studies in Light in August, 1971; Virginia Commonwealth University Self-Study, 1972; The Frontier Humorists, 1975; Ellen Glasgow: Centennial Essays, 1976; (with M. Duke and J.R. Bryer) Black American Writers: Bibliographical Essays, 2 vols., 1978; Bartleby the Inscrutable (collection of commentary on Melville story), 1979; Concise Histories of American Popular Culture, 1982; (with E.E. MacDonald) James Branch Cabell: Centennial Essays, 1983; (with M. Duke and J.R. Bryer) American Women Writers: Bibliographic Essays, 1983; Huck Finn among the Critics: A Centennial Selection, 1984; Truman Capote: Conversations, 1987; Handbook of American Popular Literature, 1988; Naming the Rose, 1988; A Nineteenth-Century American Reader, 1988; Handbook of American Popular Culture, 3 vols., 1978-81, 1989; The Comics, by Coulton Waugh, 1991; Dark Laughter: The Satiric Art of Oliver W. Harrington, 1993; Why I Left America and Other Essays, by O.W. Harrington, 1993; William Faulkner: The Contemporary Reviews, 1994; (with J.E. Caron) Sut Lovingood's Natural Born Yarnspinner: Essays on George Washington Harris, 1996; A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, 1997; The Achievement of William Falukner, 1998; Conversations with William Faulkner, 1999; Company Aytch: or, A Sideshow of the Big Show, 1999; Charles M. Schulz: Conversations, 2000. EDITOR: (with others) The Black Experience, 1969; (with S. Chakovsky) Russian Eyes on American Literature, 1993; (with E. Piacentino) Humor of the Old South, 2001. Address: Blackwell Chair in the Humanities, Randolph-Macon College, Ashland, VA 23005, U.S.A. Online address: [email protected]