Mark E. Wildermuth, Ph. D. Curriculum Vita



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Mark E. Wildermuth, Ph.D.

Curriculum Vita
4136 E, 52nd St. #1006

Odessa, TX 79762

(432)-363-0308 (H)

(432)-552-2296 (O)

wildermuth_m@utpb.edu

Education



Ph.D. in 18th C. British Literature, University of Wisconsin, Madison

M.A. in English, George Mason University, VA

B.A. in English, George Mason University, VA
Professional Work Experience
Aug. 2004-Present

Professor of English, UTPB
Sept. 1998-2004

Associate Professor, University of Texas of the

Permian Basin
Sept. 1992 - Aug. 1998

Assistant Professor, University of Texas of the

Permian Basin
Sept. 1991-May 1992

Adjunct, University of Wisconsin at Madison

Honors and Related Professional Activities



President’s Award for Outstanding Research, 2010
UT Chancellor’s Award for Best Teacher, 2009
Center for Instructional Development Faculty Award 2005
Kathlyn Cosper Dunagan Fellowship in the Humanities, 2000-Present
La Mancha Award for Research with Promise, 1995
Reviewer of articles submitted for publication to The Eighteenth Century:

Theory and Interpretation


Courses Taught
Undergraduate: Composition I and II; British Lit. Survey I; Theoretical Approaches to Literature; Film as Literature; Eighteenth-Century Women Poets; Eighteenth-Century Poetics; Probabilism and the Eighteenth-Century Novel; The Age of

Johnson

Graduate: Pope and the Scriblerians. Samuel Johnson and the Age of Print; The Age of Johnson; Film , Fiction and Chaos

Theory; Posthumanity and Film; Trauma Theory and Film; Teaching Composition; Eighteenth-Century Graduate

Level Survey

Scholarly Works



Publications: Wildermuth, Mark E. " The Commodification of Justice: Michael Mann and Postmodern Law." Michael Mann and Philosophy. Ed. Steven M. Sanders (Forthcoming: the University of Kentucky Press, 2011).
Wildermuth, Mark E. Print, Chaos, and Complexity: Samuel Johnson and Eighteenth-Century Media Culture. (University of Delaware Press, 2008).
Wildermuth, Mark E. “Electronic Media and the Feminine in the National Security Regime: The Manchurian Candidate Before and After 9/11.” The Journal of Popular Film and Television. 35 Number 3 (2008) 121-126.
Wildermuth, Mark E. “Samuel Johnson and the Aesthetics of Complex Dynamics.” The Eighteenth Century:

Theory and Interpretation. 48 Number 1 (2007) 45-60.
Wildermuth, Mark E. Blood in the Moonlight: Michael Mann and Information Age Cinema (McFarland Performing Arts Press, 2005).
Wildermuth, Mark E. Romantic Dynamics: The Poetics of Physicality. (Book Review) European Romantic Review Vol. 12, Number 1 (Winter 2001) (Review solicited by journal editors).
Wildermuth, Mark E. The Evolution of English Prose1700-1800 (Book Review) Eighteenth-Century

Studies ONLINE (February 1999) (Review solicited by journal editors).
Wildermuth, Mark E. “The Edge of Chaos: Structural Conspiracy and Epistemology in The X-Files

Journal of Popular Film & Television 26 Number 4 (1999) 146-157.
Wildermuth, Mark E. "The Rhetoric of Common-Sense and Uncommon Sensibility in Henry Mackenzie's

The Man of Feeling"Lamar Journal of the Humanities 23 no. 2 (1998) 35-45.
Wildermuth, Mark E. "'And anarchy without confusion know:' the Dynamics of Chaos in Pope's An Essay

on Man" The Eighteenth Century: Theory and Interpretation 39 no. 1 (1998) 85-103.
Wildermuth, Mark E. "Hobbes, Aristotle and the Materialist Rhetor" Rhetorical Society Quarterly 27 (1997): 69-80.
Wildermuth, Mark E. "Johnson's Prose Style: Blending Energy and Elegance in The Rambler," The Age of Johnson, A Scholarly Annual 6 (1994) 205-235.
Wildermuth, Mark E. "The Rhetoric of Wilson's Arte: Reclaiming the Classical Heritage for English Protestants," Philosophy and Rhetoric 22 no. 1 (1989) 43-58.
Presentations: Popular Culture Association of America Meeting, St. Louis Missouri, 2010 “Cultural Trauma in the American Security Regime: Horror and Therapy in James Agee's The Night of the Hunter.”
Midwestern Society for Eighteenth Century Studies Meeting Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 2008

"Print, Complexity, and Media Culture in Johnson's Periodical Prose."

American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Meeting, Portland, Oregon, 2008“Nationalism and the New World: Samuel Johnson and the Politics of Mediation”
Modern Languages Association Meeting, Philadelphia, 2006, “Print and Textual Instability: Resolving the Crisis of Representation in the Age of Johnson.” (Panel Chair: N. Katherine Hayles, UCLA)
Modern Languages Association Meeting, Philadelphia, 2006 “Electronic Media and the Feminine in the National Security Regime: TheManchurian Candidate Before and After 9/11.” (Panel Chair: Ana Everett, University of California, Santa Barbara)
American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Meeting Los Vegas, 2005, “Samuel Johnson and the Aesthetics

Of Complex Dynamics.” (Panel Chair: Philip Smallwood, Birmingham U.)
Conference for the American Popular Culture Association San Antonio, Texas, 2004, “Videoscopic Horror: Indirect Light

And Symbolic Exchange in Manhunter.”
Colloquium on The Evolution of War and its Representations, West Virginia University, Sept. 2003, “Informatics, the Post Human, and the Feminine in The Manchurian Candidate.”
Conference for the American Popular Culture Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 2003, “Biotic Aesthetics in The

Cell: Or. How You and Jennifer Lopez Became Post Human.”
American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Meeting, Colorado Springs, 2002, “The Chaotic Epistemologies of Anne FinchAnd Anne Conway.”
De Bartolo Conference on Eighteenth-Century Studies, University of South Florida, 2002 “Feminized Conceptions of NatureIn the Reign of Queen Anne: the Chaotic Epistemologies of Anne Finch and Anne Conway.”
South Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting, Fayettesville,

Arkansas, 2001, “Voice and Emergent Structure In the Poetics of Anne Finch.”
De Bartolo Conference on Eighteenth Century Studies, University of South Florida, 2000

Samuel Johnson, the Postmodern and the Rage for Chaos.”
The South Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Twenty-Third Annual Meeting, Shreveport, Louisiana, 1999, “Order From Confusion Sprung: The Scriblerian Dialogue on Order and Chaos.”
The South Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Twenty-Second Annual Meeting, San

Antonio, 1998, "Chaogenesis and Chaology in Pope, Newton and Leibniz."
The South Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Twentieth Annual Meeting, University

of Utah, 1995, "Teaching the Eighteenth-Century Novel: An Epistemological Approach."

Professional Service



University Service:

UTPB, Post Tenure Review Committee, 2010-Present
UTPB, Ad Hoc Committee on Promotion and Tenure, 2002-present
UTPB, Member, Growth Task Force, 2002-2003
UTPB, Student Marshall, Graduation Ceremony, 2001-2003
UTPB, Growth Task Force, 2001-2002
UTPB, Member of Faculty Senate, 2000-2002
UTPB, Assessment Committee for Freshman English and

Writing Across the Curriculum, 2000-2002
UTPB, Chair, Academic Affairs Committee, 2000-2002
UTPB, SACS Student Development Committee, 1998-1999
UTPB, Intellectual Property Committee, 1996-Present
UTPB, University Curriculum Committee, 1993-97
UTPB, Committee for Research and Human Subjects Review, 1992-93
College Service:

UTPB, Alternate Member, College Committee for Tenure and Promotion, 2009-2010
UTPB, Chair, Ad Hoc Committee for CAS Promotion and Tenure 2003-Present
UTPB, Chair, Search Committee English Composition Candidate, 2003-2004
UTPB, Chair, College Curriculum Committee, 2000-2001
UTPB, Member, College Curriculum Committee, 1999-2001
UTPB, Member, Speech Faculty Search Committee, 1998-1999
UTPB, College Honors Program Committee, 1997-2000
UTPB, Search Committee for Humanities and

Fine Arts Chair, 1997
UTPB, Women's Studies Minor Committee, 1996-97
UTPB, Multi-Cultural Minor Committee, 1996-97
English Area Service:

Chair, English Area Search Committee, 2005-2006
UTPB, English Chair (Area Coordinator) 2002-2004
UTPB, Member, English Faculty Search Committee 2002-2003
UTPB, Member, English Faculty Search Committee 1999-2000
UTPB, Member, English Faculty Search Committee 1996-97
UTPB, Member, English Part-Time Faculty Search Committee, 1996
UTPB, Coordinator of Freshman English, 1992-2004
UTPB, Volunteer Tutor, Writing Center, 1994-1995
Community Service:

UTPB, Faculty Advisor, UTPB Film Club, 1996-Present
UTPB, Continuing Education Courses on Film, 1993-1996
Professional Associations:
Modern Language Association (MLA)
The Popular Culture Association of America (PCAA)
American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
Southwestern Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies

References



Glen McClish

Chair, Department of Rhetoric and Writing Studies

San Diego State University

San Diego, CA 92182-4452

gmcclish@mail.sdsu.edu

619-594-2204
Professor Philip Smallwood

The School of English

Birmingham City University

Perry Barr, Birmingham

B42 2SU, UK.

Philip.Smallwood@bcu.ac.uk

+44-(0)-121-331-5000.
John Radner

(Professor Emeritus of George Mason University)

549 Quesada Street NW

Washington, DC 20015

jradner@gmu.edu

202.244.6367
Peter Brunette

Reynolds Professor of Film Studies

Department of Art

Wake Forest University

Winston-Salem, NC 27106

brunetpc@wfu.edu

336-758-5079
Shawn Watson

Associate Professor of English

Humanities and Fine Arts

UTPB, 4901 E. University Blvd.

Odessa, TX 79762

Watson_S@utpb.edu

432-552-2295

Jeanetta Calhoun Mish

6001 Imperata Street NE, #1012

Albuquerque, NM 87111

jlcmish@gmail.com

405-219-2299


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