Faculty Profiles

Stephen Muscolino

  • Adjunct Lecturer
Academic Division: Arts & Humanities


Originally from Holliston, Mass., Stephen completed his MA/MLitt in the UK, in the Modernities at the University of Glasgow in 2012. He was awarded his Ph.D. from the University of Glasgow in July 2017 (English Literature, School of Critical Studies). Additionally, he completed an M.Sc. in Communications (UoG), as well as undergraduate degrees (Dual Major BA/BS) from Seattle Pacific University in English Literature & Sociology. Stephen's Ph.D. Thesis is entitled Writing in Real-Time: Fictions of Digitization in which he focuses on the intersection of digital technologies and contemporary fiction, with an emphasis placed on the authors Don DeLillo & Dave Eggers. His research primarily looks at American authors that have gained critical attention over the past ten years, with his academic interests being geared towards the manner in which digital technologies have dramatically transformed the conditions in which our authors are writing and working in, and, therefore, spurred a fundamental shift in narratology.

Academic Degrees

  • MSc, University of Glasgow
  • Ph D, University of Glasgow
  • MLitt, University of Glasgow
  • BA/BS, Seattle Pacific University

Academic Interest / Expertise

Contemporary American Fiction, Postmodern Literature, Media Studies, Journalism


  • Degree Courses 2021