Loyola University Maryland

Department of English

Christopher Justice

Christopher Justice photo for web

Lecturer-Visiting Affiliate Assistant Professor

Office

Humanities 243 A
Department of English
Loyola University Maryland
4501 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21210

cjustice@loyola.edu

Education 

  • Ph.D. University of Maryland, Baltimore County  
  • M.A. Loyola University (Maryland) 
  • B.A. Rutgers University  

Courses Taught  

  • EN 101: Understanding Literature  
  • EN 203: Major Writers: American Literature

Publications

Book Chapters:  

  • "Hybrid Spaces and Writing Places: Ecoliteracy, Ecocomposition, and the Ecological Self." Writing in Online Courses: How the Online Environment Shapes Writing Practices. Eds. Phoebe Jackson and Christopher Weaver. Gorham, Maine: Myers Education Press. 2018. pgs. 219-237. Print.   
  • Texting Ruins Literacy Skills." In Drew M. Loewe & Cheryl E. Ball (Eds.), Bad Ideas About Writing. Morgantown, West Virginia: Digital Publishing Institute, 2017.  
  • “Cooling the Geopolitical to Warm the Ecological: How Human-Induced Warming Phenomena Transformed Modern Horror.” Eco-Trauma Cinema (Routledge Advances in Film Studies). Ed. Anil Narine. New York: Routledge Books, 2015. Pgs. 207-230. Print.   
  • "Ecological Narrative or Imperial Exploitation: What's the 'Monster' in Animal Planet's River Monsters?" Words for a Small Planet: Ecocritical Views. Ed. Nannette Norris. New York: Lexington Books, 2013. pgs. 37-56. Print. 
  • “Rejecting Everything: Gun Crazy and the Radical Noir of Joseph H. Lewis.” The Films of Joseph H. Lewis. Ed. Gary D. Rhodes. Detroit, Michigan: Wayne State University Press, 2012. pgs. 223-241. Print.   
  • "The Vacant Vacationer: Travel As Symptom and Antidote in Michael Haneke.” The Cinema of Michael Haneke: Europe Utopia. Eds. Ben McCann and David Sorfa. New York: Columbia University Press, 2011. pgs. 94-105. Print.
  • “Ronald Reagan and the Rhetoric of Traveling Back to the Future: The Zemeckis Aesthetic as Revisionist History and Conservative Fantasy.” The Worlds of Back to the Future: Critical Essays on the Films. Ed. Sorcha Ni Fhlainn. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 2010. pgs. 174-194. Print.   
  • “Edgar G. Ulmer: The Godfather of Sexploitation?”. Edgar G. Ulmer: Detour on Poverty Row. Ed. Gary D. Rhodes. London: McFarland, 2008. pgs. 25-40. Print.  

Journals:

  • "The Tackle Cache." Enculturation: A Journal of Rhetoric, Writing, and Culture. Issue 29. 18 November 2019.  \
  • "Review of Debra Hawhee's Rhetoric in Tooth and Claw: Animals, Language, Sensation. Book Review. Composition Forum. Volume 38, Spring 2018.  
  • "Sid Dobrin ed., Writing Posthumanism, Posthuman Writing." Book Review. Rhizomes 32: Meme Culture, Alienation Capital, and Gestic Play. May 31 2017.  
  • "Scribbled into Existence." Asemic writing exhibit featured on The New Post-Literate: A Gallery of Asemic Writing blog. 22 December 2015.  
  • “Stacy Alaimo, Bodily Natures: Science, Environment, and the Material Self.” Book Review. HyperRhiz: New Media Cultures.1.0. Fall 2013. 


For a complete list of Dr. Justice's fiction, non-fiction, and poetry, visit his Website at https://christopherjustice.weebly.com/

 

Jean Lee Cole
Faculty

Jean Lee Cole, Ph.D.

Originally from the Midwest, this English professor has been a pioneer of service-learning at Loyola University Maryland

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