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Thomas Hugh Crawford Associate Professor School of Literature, Communication, and Culture Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA 30332-0165

I. EARNED DEGREES:

Ph.D MA. BA.

. 1988, Duke University, American Literature 1979, Claremont Graduate University, English and American Literature 1978, Virginia Military Institute, Honors in American Literature

II. EMPLOYMENT: Associate Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1996-present Full Professor, Virginia Military Institute, 1996 Associate Professor, Virginia Military Institute, 1992-1996 Assistant Professor, Virginia Military Institute, 1987-1992 Instructor, Virginia Military Institute, 1986-1987 Graduate Instructor, Duke University, 1981-1985

III. SCHOLARSHIP:

A. PUBLISHED BOOKS AND CHAPTERS OF BOOKS: Modernism, Medicine, and William Carlos Williams. Norman, OK: University of

Oklahoma Press, 1993 (paperback edition, 1995). “The Paterson Plateau: Deleuze, Guattari, and William Carlos Williams,” Deleuze and

Literature, eds. Ian Buchanan and John Marks (Edinburg: University of Edinburg Press, 2001), 55-79.

B. SELECTED REFEREED PUBLICATIONS "Minor houses/Minor Architecture" Artificial Intelligence and Society (forthcoming 2010). "Williams and the Bomb: The Great Destroyer or the Magic Bullet" William Carlos Williams Review 25.1 (Spring 2005): 27–42. “Glowing Dishes: Marie Curie, Radium, and Hollywood,” Biography 23.1 (2000): 71-89. “Conducting Technologies: Paul Virilio’s and Bruno Latour’s Philosophy of the Present

State,” Angelaki 4.2 (Fall, 1999): 171-181. “Visual Knowledge in Medicine and Popular Film,” Literature and Medicine 17.1

(Spring 1998): 24-44. PMLA 111.1 (January 1996): 66-79. “Images of Authority, Strategies of Control: Cooper, Weems, and George

Washington,” South Central Review 11.1 (Spring 1994): 61-74.

C. OTHER RECENT PUBLICATIONS: "Modernism" Routledge Companion to Literature and Science. (forthcoming, 2010).

D. RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Respondent, Object Oriented Ontology Symposium, Georgia Institute of Technology, 2010.

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