Scott J. Wilson

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Scott J. Wilson

Scott J. Wilson
LC 218

Scott J. Wilson teaches English 100 and English 110 for Luther College and Campion College. He is also the Writing Across the Disciplines Program Coordinator at Luther College.

His teaching focus, beyond critical reading and writing skills, includes medicine and mortality, transgressive fiction, American southern noir, graphic novels, and television and film adaptation. His Master of Arts thesis is (Cult)ural Capital: Post-Consumerism and Post-Abjection in Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club.

He is the Administrator of the University of Regina Centre on Aging & Health as well as Coordinator of Writing Services at the Student Success Centre.


Courses Taught

ENGL-100- Critical Reading and Writing I
ENGL-110-Critical Reading and Writing II
JSGS-804: Research and Writing
AWRIT: Arts Transition Program Writing Lab


Current Research

-Illness narratives
-Consumerism and abjection
-American masculinity
-Serial killers and wound culture
-Comics and graphic novels
-Fan culture
-Generation X narratives
-Violence and sport