Dr. Marcos Antonio Norris teaches for the School of Writing, Literature, and Film at Oregon State University. He was awarded distinction for his dissertation, Hemingway, Sartre, and Secularization: Finding Religion Without God, at Loyola University Chicago, where he received a PhD in English in 2021. Marcos is co-editor of Agamben and the Existentialists (2021) 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 & 21st century literature, cinema, and other digital media.
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