Faculty and Staff
|Stephen G.B. Hock|
|Title(s)||Associate Professor of English|
|Office location||Eggleston 101|
Stephen Hock earned his bachelor's degree in Comparative Literature at Haverford College and his master's and doctorate in Comparative Literature and Literary Theory at the University of Pennsylvania. His teaching and research interests include twentieth-century and contemporary American literature, modernism and postmodernism, comparative and world literature, and literary theory. At Virginia Wesleyan, his teaching has included courses on metafiction, the literature and culture of the American 1950s, the novel as world literature, the American novel, and Thomas Pynchon's Gravity's Rainbow, and he has also taught in the college's First-Year Experience program. His recent scholarly presentations include papers on Thomas Pynchon, Don DeLillo, and Nathaniel Mackey.
- Hock, Stephen. "Stories Told Sideways Out of the Big Mouth': John Dos Passos's Bazinian Camera Eye." Literature/Film Quarterly 33.1 (2005): 20-27.
- Braddock, Jeremy, and Stephen Hock, eds. Directed by Allen Smithee. Minneapolis: University of Minnestoa Press, 2001.
- Braddock, Jeremy, and Stephen Hock. "The Specter of Illegitimacy in an Age of Disillusion and Crisis." Introduction. Directed by Allen Smithee 3-27.
- Hock, Stephen. "This Is Too Big for One Old Name: Hitchock and Smithee in the Signature Centrifuge." Directed by Allen Smithee 175-205.
- twentieth-century and contemporary American literature
- modernism and postmodernism
- comparative and world literature
- literary theory