Loyola University Maryland

Department of English

Dr. Stephen Park

Assistant Professor
Faculty Director, CCSJ (Center for Community, Service, and Justice)
High-Impact Practices Faculty Fellow (2019-2021)

Stephen Park

Office

Humanities 242 C
Department of English
Loyola University of Maryland
4501 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD  21210

410-617-2497
smpark@loyola.edu

Education

  • Ph.D., University of Southern California

Courses Taught

  • EN 392 Topics in Literatures of the Americas
  • EN 391 Topics in Multiethnic U.S. Literature
  • EN 390 Literature of the U.S./Mexico Border
  • EN 367 First-Generation Writing: Migration and Memory in Recent American Literature
  • EN 101 The Stranger: Literature and the Ethics of Hospitality

Publications

  • The Pan American Imagination: Contested Visions of the Hemisphere in Twentieth Century Literature. New World Studies Series, University of Virginia Press, 2014. 
    Nominated for the Susanne M. Glasscock Humanities Book Prize for Interdisciplinary Scholarship.
  • "Free Trade Masculinities and the Literature of NAFTA,” in Routledge Companion to Literature & Economics. Matt Seybold, ed. (Routledge 2018).
  • "Haunting the Plantation: The Global Southern Gothic in Eric Walrond’s Tropic Death,” Southern Quarterly 55.4 (Summer 2018), Special Issue: The Caribbean South. 
  • “‘Say, Is This the USA’? Documenting Modernity in Cuba and the US South,” Comparative American Studies 10.4 (December 2012).
  • “Academic Discourse at Havana: Pan American Eugenics and Transnational Capital in Alejo Carpentier’s ¡Écue-Yamba-Ó!,” Modern Fiction Studies 58.1 (Spring 2012). 
  • “Mesoamerican Modernism: William Carlos Williams and the Archaeological Imagination,” Journal of Modern Literature 34.4 (Summer 2011).

Areas of Interest

  • 20th-Century American Literature, Multiethnic U.S. Literature
Anna DeBlasio
Alumni

Anna DeBlasio

An actor and singer, Anna says she cultivated her career in the arts through grants from Loyola

English, Fine Arts