Hi, I’m Charlie Gleek
, and I am a doctoral student in Comparative Studies
at Florida Atlantic University
. My project explores the political economy of literature and print cultures, with an explicit focus on little magazines, printing communities, and book arts. I also have a keen interest in the representation of work and labor themes in literature and art, the global production, distribution, and consumption of short nonfiction prose, and the use of quantitative literary analysis and other forms of digital humanities scholarship.
I currently teach courses in college writing in the Department of English
, work in the Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters Advanced Media Production Lab,
and have a lengthy background
in teaching and research in humanities and social sciences at the graduate, undergraduate, and secondary level.
EducationPh.D (anticipated in 2021) Comparative Studies: Cultures, Languages & Literatures, Florida Atlantic University.
Ed.D. (2014) Educational Leadership, Lynn University.
M.A. (2004) Political Science, Florida Atlantic University.
B.A. (2002) Political Science, Florida Atlantic University.
Work Shared in CORE
Murphy, Rob with Charles Gleek. Pearson Baccalaureate Essentials: Global Politics
. Pearson Education, 2016.
Watson, Robert P., Charles Gleek, & Michael Grillo. Presidential doctrines: National security from Woodrow Wilson to George W. Bush
. NY: Nova Science, 2003.
Peer Reviewed Articles
Gleek, Charles. “Understanding Student Engagement During Simulations in IB Global Politics.” i.e.: inquiry in education, vol. 7, no. 1, 2015, http://digitalcommons.nl.edu/ie/vol7/iss1/6/
Watson, Robert P., Anthony J. Eksterowicz, Charles Gleek, & Sarah B. Andrews. “Treatment of the electoral college in American government and presidential textbooks.” White House Studies, vol. 4, no. 3, 2004.
Book Reviews and Other Publications
Gleek, Charles. Review of Chained in Silence: Black Women and Convict Labor in the New South, by Talitha LeFleuria, The Journal of American Culture: U.S. Slavery in the Popular Imagination, (forthcoming).
Upcoming Talks and Conferences“Read. White. Litmag: Whiteness in the Fall 2016 issue of Brevity. The (Dis)Order of things: Mechanisms of Power and Control, Florida Atlantic University Comparative Studies Student Association, Boca Raton, Florida, October 2017.
“And So Dies My Clan: Trauma Time and Indigenous Literature.” NonfictioNOW Conference, Reykjavik, Iceland, June 2017.