American Studies Article Published
Sept. 11, 2012
Adam B. Golub, assistant professor of American studies, authored “John Dewey vs. the Terrible Miss Dove: Frances Gray Patton’s Postwar Schoolmarm and the Cultural Work of Nostalgia” in the spring/summer issue of Transformations: The Journal of Inclusive Scholarship and Pedagogy.
He also wrote “A Transnational Tale of Teenage Terror: ‘The Blackboard Jungle’ in Global Perspective,” published in the March issue of Red Feather: an International Journal of Children's Visual Culture.
Golub joined the university in 2007 and teaches courses on American popular culture. He earned his doctorate at the University of Texas, Austin; M.A.T. from Boston College; and bachelor's degree from Vassar College.