Andrew Smart

PhD Candidate
Graduate Student

Pronouns
He/him/his

Andrew Smart is a PhD candidate in the Department of English specializing in American literature, film and popular culture of the early twentieth century. His dissertation explores the persistence of didactic culture in twentieth century, and seeks to reassess assumptions made about the value of instructional art. His other research interests include, but are not limited to documentary film and digital media. As a graduate teaching associate, Andrew has taught classes on film, pedagogy and composition.

Areas of Expertise
  • American literature
  • Pedagogy
  • Popular culture
  • Film
  • Digital media
Education
  • MA, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2012
  • BA, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2010

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