Marcos Antonio Norris is a Crown Fellow of English at Loyola University Chicago, where he is completing a dissertation on Hemingway, Sartre, and Secularization: Reconsidering the Lost Generation. Marcos is co-editor of the soon-to-be-published Agamben and the Existentialists with Edinburgh University Press, and the author of numerous peer-reviewed articles, most recently including “The Failed Atheism of Jean-Paul Sartre” with The Heythrop Journal, “Gender Pronoun Use in the University Classroom: A Posthumanist Perspective” with Transformation in Higher Education, “Bibliographical Approaches to D.H. Lawrence’s ‘Odour of Chrysanthemums'” with Textual Cultures, and “‘Her voice is full of money’: Mechanical Reproduction and a Metaphysics of Substance in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby” with English Studies. His research focuses on the intersections among contemporary continental thought, existentialism, and 20th century literature, cinema, and other digital media.
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