Dr. David S. Randall
Associate Professor of English

Dr. Randall attended the State University of New York at Binghamton, completing a double major in English and Philosophy.

Contact Information
Office:  113 Bakeless Center for the Humanities
Email: drandall@bloomu.edu
Phone:  570.389.4430
Fax: 570.389.3006
Office Hours: TR 11 a.m.-12 p.m.; MW 5:00-6:00 p.m.

Teaching and Research Interests
Dr. Randall has a varied repertoire that includes Classical to Contemporary  Literary Theory and Criticism, Classical and Contemporary Film Theory and Criticism, as well as Postmodern American and Continental Literatures.  He has coordinated the Friday Film Series since 2001 and presently organizes it in conjunction with the Gender Studies Minor.  His Ph. D. examines the literary and philosophical concept of irony in literature and postmodern/poststructuralist theoretical writings.  A number of publications since graduate school illustrate his supplementary concentration in film studies.  Currently, his research deals with Evolutionary Literary Criticism and his recent publications explore this theory in relation to both film, literature and literary criticism.  Dr. Randall began teaching at Bloomsburg University in August 1994 after teaching for eight years at Pennsylvania State University, State College.

Courses Taught
Literary Criticism and Theory
Literature and Film
Approaches to Literary Study
European Literature II
Literature and Society
Introduction to Literature
Foundations of College Writing
Composition II
Various Honors courses

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