CHRISTOPHER B. FIELD
BA (University of Cincinnati), MA (University of Dayton), PhD (Southern Illinois University, Carbondale)
Office: Frandsen 007
Telephone: (775) 682-6383
Twentieth and Twenty-first Century American Literature, Latin American Literature, Graphic Novels and Comics, American Cultural Studies, Rhetoric and Composition, and Early American Literature.
“‘He was a living breathing human being’: Harvey Kurtzman’s War Comics and the ‘Yellow Peril’”. Comic Books and the Cold War, 1946 – 1962: Essays on the Graphic Treatment of Communism, the Code, and Social Concerns. Eds. Chris York and Rafiel York. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2012. 45 – 54. Print.
Chris Field is originally from Dayton, Ohio, but he comes to UNR by way of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, where he studied for his PhD. He has taught a variety of literature and composition classes examining themes as diverse as traumatic representations in literature, rhetoric in sports, and American popular culture. When he is not hard at work researching or teaching, he enjoys watching the Cincinnati Bengals and the Cincinnati Reds, and he considers himself a “huge comic book nerd.”