Mark Noonan


Office:
» Namm Hall 503 (N-503)
   Tues. 1-2pm; 4-5pm


Phone:
» 718.260.5786


E-mail:
» mnoonan
   @citytech.cuny.edu


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Mark Noonan, Associate Professor

Degrees:

Ph.D. English, The Graduate Center of the City University of New York, New York, NY, May 2003

M.A., American Studies, Columbia University, New York, NY, May 1996

B.A., English, Connecticut College, New London, CT, May 1990

Professional Bio:

Director, "City of Print: New York and the Periodical Press from the Antebellum Era to the Digital Age." NEH Summer Institute 2015.
Advisory Board, The Research Society for American Periodicals
Founding Editor, Columbia Journal of American Studies

Academic Interests:

American Studies
Periodical Studies
Journalism
19th-Century American Literature

Courses Taught:

Introduction to Journalism
Introduction to Poetry
Progressive Voices in American Literature
EG1101 and EG1121
Perspectives on Literature
American Literature I and II

Publications:

Book

Reading the Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine: American Literature and Culture, 1870-1893, Kent State: Kent State University Press, 2010.

Edited Anthology

The Place Where We Dwell: Reading and Writing About New York City, Kendall/Hunt, 3rd edition, 2012. (with Juanita But and Sean Scanlan)

Edited Periodical (Special Issue)

Guest Editor, American Periodicals, War and Periodicals (Fall 2016)

Refereed Articles

"Getting the Word Out: Institutions and Forms of Publication." Cambridge History of American Working-Class Literature. Nicholas Coles and Paul Lauter, eds.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Print.
"Brooklyn Accents and the Paradox of Ambition in Norman Mailer and Arthur
Miller." The Norman Mailer Review. Fall 2013. Print.
"Aftermath: Re-Writing Ourselves in the Wake of 9/11." Reconstruction. Fall
2011. Web.
"Prefer" in One Word: Contemporary Writers on the Words They Love or Loathe
Ed., Molly McQuade. New York: Sarabande Books, 2011. Print.
"Campus Without Borders: The Brooklyn GreenWalk" in Making Teaching and
Learning Matter: Transformations in Higher Ed, ed. Cheryl Smith. New York:
Springer, 2011. Print.
"Modern Instances: Vanishing Women Writers and the Rise of Realism." American
Literary Realism. Winter 2010. Print.
"'Jump Back, Honey, Jump Back': Reading Paul Laurence Dunbar in the Context of
Century Magazine" in We Wear the Mask: Paul Laurence Dunbar and the
Representation of Black Identity. Kent State UP, 2010. Print.

Book Reviews

Upon Provincialism: Southern Literature and National Periodical Culture, 1870-
1900 by Bill Hardwig. American Periodicals. Spring 2014. Print.
The Improbable First Century of Cosmopolitan Magazine by James Landers. The Journal of American Studies. Fall 2012. Print.

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