Guilford House 217
William Marling teaches American and World Literature. He has written seven books and over 50 articles on subjects ranging from Poe, Hawthorne, and Fitzgerald, to Marcel Duchamp’s influence on William Carlos Williams. His scholarship has been published in French, Spanish, Japanese, and Estonian. Twice a Fulbright Professor (Spain 1983, Austria 1994), he was awarded the Edward Said Chair at American University of Beirut (2008), the Bryant Drake Chair at Kobe College (2000), and the French Ministry of Education Professorship twice (Université d’Avignon, 1998, 2001). A pioneer in the academic use of computers, Marling is creator of two websites nominated for awards: “Modernism: The American Salons” and “Detective Novels” (http://www.detnovel.com).