Michael Lundblad

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Research and Teaching Interests

Twentieth- and twenty-first-century American literature and culture; transnational American Studies; animal and animality studies; ecocriticism; gender and sexuality studies; illness narratives; disability studies; posthumanism; biopolitics; critical theory; cultural studies.

Education

  • PhD, English Language and Literature, University of Virginia
  • MA, Literature and the Environment, University of Nevada, Reno
  • BA, English, University of Pennsylvania

Academic Positions

  • Professor of English-Language Literature, Department of Literature, Area Studies, and European Languages, University of Oslo (2016 - present)
  • Associate Professor of English-Language Literature, Department of Literature, Area Studies, and European Languages, University of Oslo (2013 - 2016)
  • Assistant Professor of English, Colorado State University (2008 - 2013)
  • Visiting Researcher, Centre for Gender Studies, Uppsala University (2011)
  • Postdoctoral Fellow in the Humanities, Department of English, Syracuse University (2007 - 2008)

 

Tags: English, English Literature, American literature, Animal Studies, Animality Studies, Disability Studies, Illness Studies, Biopolitics, Posthumanism, Cultural Studies, Critical Theory, Literary Theory, USA, North America

Publications

  • Lundblad, Michael (2020). Animality/ Posthumanism/ Disability: An Introduction. New Literary History.  ISSN 0028-6087.  51(4), s v- xxi
  • Lundblad, Michael (2020). Disanimality: Disability Studies and Animal Advocacy. New Literary History.  ISSN 0028-6087.  51(4), s 765- 795
  • Lundblad, Michael & Grue, Jan (2020). Companion Prosthetics: Avatars of Animality and Disability, In Susan McHugh; Robert McKay & John Miller (ed.),  The Palgrave Handbook of Animals and Literature.  Palgrave Macmillan.  ISBN 978-3-030-39772-2.  chapter.  s 557 - 574 Show summary
  • Grue, Jan & Lundblad, Michael (2019). The Biopolitics of Disability and Animality in Harriet McBryde Johnson, In Nick J. Watson & Simo Vehmas (ed.),  Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies. 2nd Edition.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138365308.  Chapter 9 (part I).
  • Lundblad, Michael (2018). Opening Up a Dossier: Animals, Animalities, and Living Together with Roland Barthes, In Bruce Boehrer; Molly Hand & Brian Massumi (ed.),  Animals, Animality, and Literature.  Cambridge University Press.  ISBN 9781108595278.  12.  s 217 - 230
  • Lundblad, Michael (2017). A Bestiary from the Age of Jack London, In Jay Williams (ed.),  The Oxford Handbook of Jack London.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 9780199315178.  Chapter 28.  s 456 - 470
  • Lundblad, Michael (2017). Introduction: The End of the Animal - Literary and Cultural Animalities, In Michael Lundblad (ed.),  Animalities: Literary and Cultural Studies Beyond the Human.  Edinburgh University Press.  ISBN 9781474400022.  Introduction.  s 1 - 21
  • Lundblad, Michael (2017). The Future of Reading: Animality, Illness, and the Politics of Critique, In Jakob Lothe (ed.),  The Future of Literary Studies.  Novus Forlag.  ISBN 978-82-7099-900-2.  Chapter 5.  s 87 - 97
  • Lundblad, Michael (2017). The Nature of Birds, Women, and Cancer: Terry Tempest Williams’s Refuge and When Women Were Birds, In Michael Lundblad (ed.),  Animalities: Literary and Cultural Studies Beyond the Human.  Edinburgh University Press.  ISBN 9781474400022.  Chapter 6.  s 127 - 147
  • Lundblad, Michael (2015). The Nature of the Beast in The Call of the Wild, In Jeanne Campbell Reesman & Kenneth K. Brandt (ed.),  Approaches to Teaching the Works of Jack London.  Modern Language Association of America.  ISBN 978-1603291439.  Chapter.  s 149 - 158
  • Lundblad, Michael (2014). Humanimal relations in contemporary U.S. literature:biopolitics and terminal illness in Mark Doty's Dog Years. Forum for World Literature Studies.  ISSN 1949-8519.  6(1), s 41- 49
  • Lundblad, Michael (2012). Archaeology of a Humane Society: Animality, Savagery, Blackness, In Marianne DeKoven & Michael Lundblad (ed.),  Species Matters: Humane Advocacy and Cultural Theory.  Columbia University Press.  ISBN 978-0-231-15283-9.  Chapter.  s 75 - 102
  • Lundblad, Michael (2012). Introduction: Cetacean Nations. Tamkang Review.  ISSN 0049-2949.  42(2), s 3- 12
  • Lundblad, Michael & DeKoven, Marianne (2012). Introduction: Animality and Advocacy, In Marianne DeKoven & Michael Lundblad (ed.),  Species Matters: Humane Advocacy and Cultural Theory.  Columbia University Press.  ISBN 978-0-231-15283-9.  Chapter.  s 1 - 16
  • Lundblad, Michael (2011). Consider the Dragonfly: Cary Wolfe's Posthumanism. SubStance.  ISSN 0049-2426.  40(3), s 146- 153
  • Lundblad, Michael (2011). The Emperor's New Clothes: Cancer and Its Metaphors. Intergrams: Studies in Languages and Literatures.  ISSN 1683-4186.  12(1), s 1- 9
  • Lundblad, Michael (2009). Epistemology of the Jungle: Progressive-Era Sexuality and the Nature of the Beast. American Literature.  ISSN 0002-9831.  81(4), s 747- 773
  • Lundblad, Michael (2009). From Animal to Animality Studies. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America.  ISSN 0030-8129.  124(2), s 496- 502
  • Lundblad, Michael (2004). The Animal Question. American Quarterly.  ISSN 0003-0678.  54, s 1125- 1134
  • Lundblad, Michael (2003). Emersonian Science Studies and the Fate of Ecocriticism. ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment.  ISSN 1076-0962.  10(2), s 111- 134
  • Lundblad, Michael (2003). Patagonia, Gary Snyder, and the 'Magic' of Wilderness, In Liza Nicholas; Elaine M. Bapis & Thomas J. Harvey (ed.),  Imagining the Big Open: Nature, Identity and Play in the New West.  The University of Utah Press.  ISBN 978-0-87480-738-7.  Chapter.  s 73 - 91
  • Lundblad, Michael (2001). Malignant and Beneficent Fictions: Constructing Nature in Ecocriticism and Achebe's Arrow of God. West Africa Review.  ISSN 1525-4488.  3(1)

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  • Lundblad, Michael (ed.) (2017). Animalities: Literary and Cultural Studies Beyond the Human. Edinburgh University Press.  ISBN 9781474400022.  248 s.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2013). The Birth of a Jungle: Animality in Progressive-Era U.S. Literature and Culture. Oxford University Press.  ISBN 978-0-19-991757-0.  218 s.
  • DeKoven, Marianne & Lundblad, Michael (ed.) (2012). Species Matters: Humane Advocacy and Cultural Theory. Columbia University Press.  ISBN 978-0-231-15283-9.  230 s.

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  • Lundblad, Michael (2021). Animality/ Posthumanism/ Disability.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2021). Hold the Door: Companion Prosthetics in Game of Thrones.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2021). Mobberen og tilskuerne. Klassekampen.  ISSN 0805-3839.  s 20- 21
  • Lundblad, Michael & Lilleslåtten, Mari (2020, 08. juli). Does Illness Make You Less Human?. [Internett].  ScienceNorway.no. Show summary
  • Lundblad, Michael & Lilleslåtten, Mari (2020, 27. mai). Gjør sykdom deg mindre verdt som menneske?. [Internett].  https://www.hf.uio.no/ilos/forskning/aktuelt/aktuelle-saker/. Show summary
  • Grue, Jan & Lundblad, Michael (2019). Embodying the narrative: Disability and animality in Game of Thrones. Show summary
  • Lundblad, Michael (2019). Iddiorhythmy and Its Discontents: Keywords for Multispecies Immersive Cultural Studies.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2019). Idiorrhythmy and Its Discontents: Keywords for Multispecies Immersive Cultural Studies.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2019). The Jungle of the Ill: Biopolitics of Animality in Contemporary Illness Narratives.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2019). The Jungle of the Ill: Biopolitics of Animality in Contemporary U.S. Illness Narratives.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2019). Zombie Terrorists, Necropolitics, and Animality in World War Z.
  • Grønbech, Turi & Lundblad, Michael (2018, 26. juli). Jack London, Part I. [Radio].  NRK Radio, Studio 2 - P2.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2018). Den litterære fauna: Menneskelige dyr og dyriske mennesker (deltager).
  • Lundblad, Michael (2018). Hooked in Academic Waters: A Response to Rita Felski.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2018). Introduction to and discussion of Examined Life: Philosophy is in the Streets (2008 documentary film, directed by Astra Taylor).
  • Lundblad, Michael (2018). Survival Reading: Illness Narratives and Animalities in the New Millennium.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2018). The Biopolitics of Disability, Illness, and Animality: Cultural Representations and Societal Significance.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2018). The Jungle of the Ill: Animalities in Contemporary Illness Narratives.
  • Lundblad, Michael & Grue, Jan (2018). Posthuman Entanglements: The Biopolitics of Disability, Illness, and Animality.
  • Lundblad, Michael & Grue, Jan (2018). The Biopolitics of Disability and Animality in Harriet McBryde Johnson.
  • Lundblad, Michael & Grønbech, Turi (2018, 27. juli). Jack London, Part II. [Radio].  NRK Radio, Studio 2 - P2.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2017). Disability and Animality.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2017). From Webtracing to Skyping with your Dog. Bøygen: Organ for nordisk språk og litteratur.  ISSN 0806-8623.  2017(1), s www.boygen.net
  • Lundblad, Michael (2017). Life in a Toxic Homeland: The Biopolitics of Animality and Disability in Bhopal and Indra Sinha's Animal's People.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2017). Survival Reading: Illness, Animality, and Terror in the New Millennium.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2017). Survival Reading: Terrors of Illness and Animality in the New Millennium.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2017). The Future of Reading: Animality, Illness, and the Politics of Critique.
  • Lundblad, Michael & Druglitrø, Tone (2017). Ebola Zombies and Terrorist Animals?: Welcome to World War Z. The BIODIAL Blog.
  • Lundblad, Michael & Grue, Jan (2017). BIODIAL: The Biopolitics of Disability, Illness, and Animality.
  • Lundblad, Michael & Grue, Jan (2016). Representations of Disability.
  • Lundblad, Michael (2009). Rev. of When Species Meet, by Donna Haraway. ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment.  ISSN 1076-0962.  16(4), s 876- 877
  • Lundblad, Michael (2008). Rev. of Coming Into Contact: Explorations in Ecocritical Theory and Practice, ed. Annie Merrill Ingram, Ian Marshall, Daniel J. Philippon, and Adam W. Sweeting; and 'Good Observers of Nature': American Women and the Scientific Study of the Natural World, 1820-1885, by Tina Gianquitto. American Literature.  ISSN 0002-9831.  80(4), s 843- 845
  • Lundblad, Michael (2004). Rev. of The Truth of Ecology: Nature, Culture, and Literature in America, by Dana Phillips; and Reader of the Purple Sage: Essays on Western Writers and Environmental Literature, by Ann Ronald. American Literature.  ISSN 0002-9831.  76(2), s 409- 411
  • Lundblad, Michael (2002). Rev. of American Indian Literature, Environmental Justice, and Ecocriticism: The Middle Place, by Joni Adamson. Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature (RMMLA).  ISSN 0361-1299.  56(2), s 115- 118
  • Lundblad, Michael (2002). Rev. of The Animalizing Imagination: Totemism, Textuality, and Ecocriticism, by Alan Bleakley. ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment.  ISSN 1076-0962.  9(1), s 266- 267
  • Lundblad, Michael (2001). Rev. of Reel Nature: America's Romance with Wildlife on Film, by Gregg Mitman. Film & History: An Interdisciplinary Journal.  ISSN 0360-3695.  31(1), s 75- 76

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