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Donald Palumbo is series co-advisor to McFarland Publishers' "Critical Explorations in Science Fiction and Fantasy" series, Film Area Chair for the Popular Culture Association, Editorial Advisory Board member for The Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts and The Journal of Popular Culture, and a Past President of the International Association for the Fantastic in the Arts. He has published six books and over eighty articles on science fiction and fantasy literature, existential literature and philosophy, American comic books, and film. These include Chaos Theory, Asimov's Foundations and Robots, and Herbert's Dune: The Fractal Aesthetic of Epic Science Fiction; Erotic Universe: Sexuality and Fantastic Literature; Eros in the Mind's Eye: Sexuality and the Fantastic in Art and Film; Spectrum of the Fantastic; The Monomyth in American Science Fiction Films; and An Asimov Companion. He is currently writing A Dune Companion. He serves as the faculty advisor to ECU SAGA (School of Anything Goes Anime), the ECU student anime club.
B.A. The University of Chicago
M.A. The University of Michigan
Ph.D. The University of Michigan
ENGL 6265: Special Topics Seminar in American LiteratureENGL 5350: Special Studies in FilmENGL 5260: The Novel Since 1945ENGL 5150: 20th Century British & American NovelENGL 3480: Science FictionENGL 3420: The Short StoryENGL 2000: Interpreting Literature