Sean Lovitt, Teaching Assistant
116 Memorial Hall
Sean Lovitt is a PhD student in English at the University of Delaware with research interests in the print culture of the Mimeo Revolution and Underground Press. More specifically, his work examines the poetry, performances, and political actions emerging from the networks of radical magazines in the 1960s. His dissertation "Mimeo Insurrection: How the Underground Press Rioted in the 1960s" draws from diverse fields, including critical theory, Afro-pessimism, and social history. This project brings together the writings of an array of publications from the period, including Liberator, Umbra, Black Panther Newspaper, Gidra, and Black Mask. More broadly, his interest in dissident writing extends across the long history of the book and printed ephemera from avant-garde little magazines to black magic manuals.
First Year at UD
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