I’m an Associate Professor of English and the Director of Undergraduate Studies at the University of Southern Mississippi, where I also serve as faculty advisor of the Game Studies Group. My teaching and scholarship focus on 19th-century American literature, media and literary theory, and game studies.
My scholarship has appeared in journals such as American Literature, American Literary History, American Periodicals, American Literary Realism, and Pedagogy, among others. My recent game studies scholarship includes a forthcoming chapter on fan theories and videogame interpretation, a developing chapter on close reading and critical play, and presentations on game studies and literary gaming at MLA and other conferences. My current book project, Realism Redux: Authors, Archives, and Literary Invention, explores the material histories of writing, authorship, and technology in the age of Edison.
Unfortunately for the Professor's reputation, he clains to have lost most of hos records when his canoe is said to have been overturned, and, aside from his personal word, he offers no 'proofs' except the badly damaged diary of one Maple White, an American. Olympic dueling. Duelling was a sport at the 1906 Olympics and 1908 Olympics. In the 1906 Olympics, male competitors fired duelling pistols at plaster dummies from 20m and 30m. In 1908 pistol duelling was demonstrated as part of the concurrent Franco-British Exhibition, using the Olympic fencing arena and in front of invited guests. Today, this book of The Professor in the Cage: Why Men Fight and Why We Like to Watch by Jonathan Gottschall is available. Now you can get access of full pages on the book. I and my friends always read the popular book here because this book content can easy access on PC, Tablet or Iphone.
This website includes links to my articles, course websites, and digital projects. Feel free to contact me at [email protected] or to follow me on Twitter at @ccareylit. For other cool and random stuff, check out my Tumblr site Reality Effects.
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