Dustin Faulstick

About Me

Dustin Faulstick is a Senior Lecturer in the Lewis Honors College. He has a Ph.D. in English from Ohio University and an MTS from Emory University’s Candler School of Theology. He has taught classes in literature, religion, culture, and writing. His scholarship considers US literature in relation to biblical intertextuality and critical reflections on the American Dream, and his essays have appeared in New Ohio Review, Studies in American Naturalism, Literature and Belief, Edith Wharton Review, and Religion and the Arts. He is working on a book about Ecclesiastes and early-twentieth-century US literature. 

 

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Research 

My scholarship considers US literature in relation to biblical intertextuality and critical reflections on the American Dream. Here are some examples of my work:

“The Preacher Thought as I Think”: Wolf Larsen, Humphrey Van Weyden, and Jack London’s Ecclesiastes

A Pilgrimage to Passion: Charles Ryder's Emotional Conversion in Brideshead Revisited

Protest or Process: Theodicy Responses to Elie Wiesel's The Trial of God