September 02, 2019

Michael Dango

Michael Dango and his students examine contemporary art, media, and literature to see how people are developing frameworks for making sense of urgent political, social, and environmental questions.
  • Michael Dango

Assistant Professor of English Michael Dango researches and teaches twentieth and twenty-first century American culture, aesthetics, queer and feminist theory, and the environmental humanities. His writing has appeared or is forthcoming in academic journals including New Literary History, Modern Fiction Studies, Post45, Social Text, Novel, Critical Inquiry, and Modern Philology, as well as para-academic forums such as New Inquiry and The Los Angeles Review of Books.  

Currently at work on two book-length projects, Styles of Repair and Bad Sex: An Aesthetic Problem, he’s also an amateur book designer and maker.



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