Krupnick, Mark

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KRUPNICK, Mark. American, b. 1939. Genres: Cultural/Ethnic topics, Literary criticism and history, Social commentary, Essays. Career: Smith College, Northampton, Mass., instructor in English, 1966-67; Boston University, Boston, Mass., instructor, 1967-68, assistant professor of English, 1968-72; University of Keele, England, lecturer in American studies, 1973- 74; University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, assistant professor, 1974-77, associate professor, 1977-85, professor of English, 1985-87, acting director of Center for Twentieth-Century Studies, 1978-79: University of Illinois at Chicago, professor of English, 1987-90, acting head of department, 1989-90; director of National Endowment for the Humanities summer seminars for college and high school teachers, 1988-93. Publications: (ed.) Displacement: Derrida and After, 1983; Lionel Trilling and the Fate of Cultural Criticism, 1986. Contributor of articles, essays, and reviews to journals and magazines. Died 2003.

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