Daniel Punday writes and teaches about literary theory and contemporary narrative. He has published two books, Narrative after Deconstruction (SUNY, 2002) and Narrative Bodies (Palgrave, 2003), and just completed the manuscript for a third book, tentatively titled Five Strands of Fictionality: The Institutional Construction of Contemporary American Fiction. He has published in journals like College English, New Literary History, Contemporary Literature, and American Literature, and the Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism on the intersection between theory, narrative practice, and literary institutions.
B.A. English, University of Pittsburgh
M.A. English, Pennsylvania State University
Ph.D. English, Pennsylvania State University
(Source: Faculty webpage at Purdue University Calumet)
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