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K. Tyler Christensen Professorial Lecturer Literature

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B.S. Psychology 2007 (Idaho State University) M.F.A. Creative Writing 2014 (American University)

Favorite Spot on Campus
The benches in front of Battelle
Book Currently Reading
Harrow, by Joy Williams
K. Tyler Christensen is a PhD Candidate in American Literature & Culture in the English Department at The George Washington University. The expanse of his doctoral work is concerned with storytelling that emerges after Stonewall and during the HIV/AIDS crisis. In 2014, he received an MFA in Creative Writing from American University. There, he is a Professorial Lecturer in the Writing Studies Program. Creatively, his work has appeared in The Huffington Post, Maudlin House, and Big Lucks. He is the author of the chapbook, THAT BOY FROM IDAHO (Ghost City Press 2020).
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Spring 2021

  • AMST-296 Selected Topics:Non-Recurring: Civil Rights and Cinema

  • LIT-296 Selected Topics:Non-Recurring: Reading Audre Lorde

  • WGSS-315 Colloquium in WGSS: Queer Families

Fall 2021

  • WRT-100 College Writing

  • WRT-100 College Writing

  • WRT-100 College Writing