Teaching

Below is a list of the courses Tyler Bradway has designed and taught. To request a syllabus, contact tyler.bradway@gmail.com.

GRADUATE:

LGBTQ Literatures in Contemporary America (SUNY Cortland)

Queer Kinship: Rewriting Family in Contemporary Fiction (SUNY Cortland)

Queer Theory: Sexuality and Representation (SUNY Cortland)

Literary Criticism and Contemporary Critical Theory (SUNY Cortland)

Postmodern American Fiction (Rutgers Newark)

UNDERGRADUATE:

Temporal Disturbances: Post-1945 American Literature (SUNY Cortland)

Sexuality and Contemporary Literature (SUNY Cortland)

Introduction to Film Analysis (SUNY Cortland)

Introduction to Literary Theory: Writing about Literature (SUNY Cortland)

Modern American Multicultural Literature (SUNY Cortland)

Postmodern Fiction (SUNY Cortland)

User Generated Content: Digital Popular Culture (Haverford College)

Written on the Body: Sexuality and Narrative (Haverford College)

Science Fiction and Globalization (Rutgers English)

Testimony in Twentieth-Century Global Literature (Rutgers English)

Expository Writing (Rutgers English)

Introduction to Narrative (Rutgers English)

Contemporary Feminist Theory (Rutgers Women’s and Gender Studies)

Gender and Consumption (Rutgers Women’s and Gender Studies)

THESIS ADVISING:

Graduate

Aaron Finnessey, MA Thesis in English, “Finding Room for Empathy in House of Leaves: A Curious Examination of Re-Mediation and Affect,” Spring 2017.

Cassandra Cerjanic, MA Thesis in English, “Persephone’s Contemporary Dilemma: Consent, Sexuality, and ‘Female Empowerment,’” Fall 2015.

Undergraduate

Brooke Hughes, Undergraduate Thesis in English and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, “The Blood of Intimacy,” Fall 2016.

CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT:

Created ENG/WGS 269: LGBTQ Literatures (SUNY Cortland 2017)

Co-Created ENG 210: Introduction to Science Fiction and Fantasy, with Andrea Harbin and John Leffel (SUNY Cortland 2016)