Mark K. Fulk
Mark K. Fulk
Campus Address: Bishop Hall 232 email@example.com
Dr. Mark K. Fulk is an associate professor and has been teaching at the college level for over sixteen years now. He came to Buffalo State in the fall of 2001. He has a background not only in literature, but also in theatre (in which he has acted, directed, and produced), and also in broadcasting (classical/jazz). Fulk received his B. A. from Marietta College, and his M. A. and Ph. D. from Miami University of Ohio. His area of specialty is the British novel and feminist and queer studies. He served as executive president of the Aphra Behn Society for Women in the Arts, 1660-1830, for four years. He has published one book, Understanding May Sarton (University of South Carolina Press, 2001), and several articles on a broad range of topics in feminist and queer studies of the Enlightenment (and beyond), and various poems. Currently, he is writing a monograph on the novels and children's books of Charlotte Smith (1749-1806) and working on his first collection of poems, titled Among the Ruins. As a poet, he has read at many venues throughout the country and has served twice as poet-in-residence.
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