Tyler Bradway is a scholar of contemporary literature, queer theory and culture, literary theory, affect studies, and film. He is author of Queer Experimental Literature: The Affective Politics of Bad Reading (2017), and his work has appeared in journals such as GLQ, Mosaic, Postmodern Culture, Stanford Arcade, and College Literature. Currently, he is Assistant Professor of English at the State University of New York (SUNY), Cortland. Bradway received his Ph.D. in English from Rutgers University, where he was a Jacob K. Javits Fellow. He attended the School of Criticism and Theory at Cornell University and was a Postdoctoral Fellow at Haverford College.
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Tyler Bradway is also co-founder and co-director, with Heather Bartlett, of the Distinguished Voices in Literature speaker series. The series brings literary scholars, poets, fiction writers, and essayists to SUNY Cortland for lectures, readings, and workshops. Featuring established and emerging writers and scholars, the series showcases cutting-edge perspectives on contemporary literature. For more information on Distinguished Voices in Literature, click here.
In addition to his research, Tyler Bradway regularly offers courses on LGBTQ literature, postmodern fiction, multicultural American literature, queer theory, literary theory, and film. For a list of his recent courses, click on Courses. In recognition of his teaching, Bradway received SUNY Cortland’s Excellence in Teaching Award for Tenure Track Faculty in 2017.