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Steffen H. Hantke 

J Hall 806  steffenhantke@gmail.com
705-8810
 British and American Culture

 Philipps University Marburg, Germany (M.A. in American Studies) (1989)
 Philipps University Marburg, Germany (Ph. D. in American Studies) (1994)

 Summer 2001: Adjunct Lecturer at the English Department of the University of Colorado at Denver, The International College at Beijing, China

Fall 2001-: Assistant Professor at the English Department of Regis University, Denver

Fall 2000-Spring 2001: Assistant Professor of English at National Sun Yat-Sen University, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

Fall 1999: Adjunct Lecturer at the English Department of the University of Colorado at Denver, The International College at Beijing, China

Fall 1998: Adjunct Lecturer at the English Department of the University of Colorado at Denver, International Program, Kathmandu, Nepal

Spring 1998-: Adjunct Lecturer at the English Department of Metropolitan State College of Denver, Colorado

Fall 1997: Adjunct Lecturer at the English Department of the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley

Spring 1997-: Adjunct Lecturer at the English Department of Regis University, Denver

Spring 1994-Summer 1996: Adjunct Lecturer at the English Department and in the Continuing Education Program of Saint Mary's College, Orchard Lake, Michigan

Fall 1989-Spring 1991: Visiting Lecturer at the English Department of the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

 2005-: Member of the American Studies Association of Korea

 1997-2003: Member of the Rocky Mountains Modern Language Association

 1997-98: Member of the International Studies Association

 1995-: Member of the Popular/American Culture Studies Association

 1994- : Member of the Modern Language Association

 “The Decline of the Literary Horror Market in the 1990s and Dell's Abyss Series.” The Journal of Popular Culture, Blackwell, 2008
“Pfeifend den Friedhof Entlang: Die akademische Welt, der Horrorfilm und der Preis des Forschens.” Christian Jankowski: The Frankenstein Set, Christoph Keller Editions/JRP Ringier Kunstverlag AG, Zurich, 2008
“Whistling Past the Graveyard: Academics, Horror Film and the Price of Scholarship.” Christian Jankowski: The Frankenstein Set, Christoph Keller Editions/ JRP Ringier Kunstverlag AG, Zurich, 2008
“Postmodernism and Genre Fiction as Deferred Action: Murakami Haruki and the Noir Tradition.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction, Heldref Publication, 2007
“Academic Film Criticism, the Rhetoric of Crisis, and the Current State of American Horror Cinema: Thoughts on Canonicity and Academic Anxiety.” College Literature, West Chester Univ., 2007
“Dead Center: Berlin, the Postmodern Gothic, and Norman Ohler's Mitte.” Studies in Twentieth and Twenty First Century Literature, Kansas State Univ., 2007
“Motive des Raums in Haruki Murakamis Romanen: Film Noir und die Japanischen Postmoderne. Chronotopographien: Agency in ZeitRaeumen. Eds. Britta Krause, Tania Meyer, Nina Pippart, and Dietmar Fricke. Transpekte: Transdisziplinaere Perspektiven der Sozial- und Kulturwissenschaften. Vol. 4. Frankfurt/New York: Peter Lang, 2006. 95-109.
“Consuming the Impossible Body: Horror Film and the Spectacle of Cinematic Special Effects.” Paradoxa: Studies in World Literary Genres 20 (Fall 2006): 66-80..
Conspiracy and Paranoia in Contemporary American Literature: The Works of Don DeLillo and Joseph McElroy. Frankfurt, M./New York: Peter Lang Publishers, 1994.
Horror Cinema: Creating and Marketing Fear (Ed.). Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 2004.
Horror. Special Topics Issue of Paradoxa: Studies in World Literary Genres 17 (Fall 2002).
 
 
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