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The Mailer Review

The Mailer Review

Phillip  Sipiora

Phillip Sipiora

Phillip Sipiora
Professor

Contact

Office: CPR 358 A
Phone: 813/974-2421
Cell Phone: 813/494-8877
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Bio

Phillip Sipiora has taught at USF since receiving his doctorate in English from the University of Texas at Austin in 1985. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in twentieth-century American literature and film. He has won four major teaching awards, including the Jerome Krivanek Award for Outstanding Teacher in 2009. He is the founding editor of The Mailer Review, co-sponsored by the University of South Florida and the Norman Mailer Society. He actively participates in the USF English graduate program, having directed a number of M.A. theses and more than four dozen dissertations to completion. Prof. Sipiora’s teaching and research interests focus on the exploration of literary and cinematic grammar and rhetoric.

Prof. Sipiora is the author or editor of four books, more than three dozen scholarly articles, and has lectured nationally and internationally on twentieth-century literature and film. Recent books and articles include: Mind of An Outlaw: Selected Essays of Norman Mailer, New York: Random House (2013); “Phenomenological Masking: Complications of Identity in Double Indemnity.” In Billy Wilder, Movie-Maker: Critical Essays On the Films. Karen McNally, ed. Jefferson, NC: McFarland Press (2011); “All Wrong Turns: Tracking Subjectivity in Edgar Ulmer’s Detour.” In Edgar G. Ulmer: Detour on Poverty Row. Gary D. Rhodes, ed. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books (2008); “The Phenomenological Quest of Stanley Kubrick: Eyes Wide Shut.” In Stanley Kubrick: Essays on His Films and Legacy. Gary Rhodes, ed. Jefferson, NC: McFarland (2008); Reading and Writing About Literature, Prentice-Hall (2002); Ed. Kairos and Rhetoric, SUNY UP (2002). A forthcoming edited book is The Films of Ida Lupino, Edinburgh UP (2017).

Education

Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

Specialty Area

American literature, Film Studies, Rhetoric

Current Courses

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55766LIT 3301521Cultural Studies & Pop Arts
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55108ENG 4674001Film and Culture
Large class lecture meets in BSN 1100 at 1:15 prior to 4:15 room change with small class discussion.
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1:15pm-4:00pm
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BSN 1101
55109ENG 4674002Film and Culture
Large class lecture meets in BSN 1100 at 1:15 prior to 4:15 room change with small class discussion.
3TR
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1:15pm-4:00pm
4:15pm-4:45pm
BSN 1100
BSN 2205
55110ENG 4674003Film and Culture
Large class lecture meets in BSN 1100 at 1:15 prior to 4:15 room change with small class discussion.
3TR
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1:15pm-4:00pm
4:15pm-4:45pm
BSN 1100
BSN 2200
55111ENG 4674004Film and Culture
Large class lecture meets in BSN 1100 at 1:15 prior to 4:15 room change with small class discussion.
3TR
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1:15pm-4:00pm
4:15pm-4:45pm
BSN 1100
CPR 118
55112ENG 4674005Film and Culture
Large class lecture meets in BSN 1100 at 1:15 prior to 4:15 room change with small class discussion.
3TR
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1:15pm-4:00pm
4:15pm-4:45pm
BSN 1100
CPR 123
55113ENG 4674006Film and Culture
Large class lecture meets in BSN 1100 at 1:15 prior to 4:15 room change with small class discussion.
3TR
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1:15pm-4:00pm
4:15pm-4:45pm
BSN 1100
BSN 1401
52228ENG 7916006Directed Research
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