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Matthew James Vechinski / Curriculum Vitae

Matthew James Vechinski / Curriculum Vitae

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Assistant Professor of Focused Inquiry, University College, Virginia Commonwealth University
I study the making and marketing of American and British fiction after 1900: the composition process, the circumstances of publication, and the dynamics of reception. I am attracted to texts that evolve across formats and in turn reach new readers. My current book project explores magazine stories revised to create fiction collections resembling novels. I also examine how readers and publishers today adapt to digital formats developed in response to the limitations and pleasures of print.
I am celebrating my tenth year as a college instructor by joining the faculty of Virginia Commonwealth University, having already taught a total of 105 credit hours at the University of Washington and Carroll University. I enjoy leading composition classes as well as discussion-based, writing-intensive literature courses.
PhD, English and Textual Studies, University of Washington, 2009 (Awarded departmental honors for dissertation, “Literary by Design: The Functional Aesthetics of the Twentieth-Century Novel”)
MA, English, University of Washington, 2004
BA, English and French, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2002
Assistant Professor of Focused Inquiry, University College, Virginia Commonwealth University
I study the making and marketing of American and British fiction after 1900: the composition process, the circumstances of publication, and the dynamics of reception. I am attracted to texts that evolve across formats and in turn reach new readers. My current book project explores magazine stories revised to create fiction collections resembling novels. I also examine how readers and publishers today adapt to digital formats developed in response to the limitations and pleasures of print.
I am celebrating my tenth year as a college instructor by joining the faculty of Virginia Commonwealth University, having already taught a total of 105 credit hours at the University of Washington and Carroll University. I enjoy leading composition classes as well as discussion-based, writing-intensive literature courses.
PhD, English and Textual Studies, University of Washington, 2009 (Awarded departmental honors for dissertation, “Literary by Design: The Functional Aesthetics of the Twentieth-Century Novel”)
MA, English, University of Washington, 2004
BA, English and French, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2002

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