Bryce Bullins is a fourth year PhD candidate at the University of Cincinnati. He teaches courses in film, the American horror film, horror and gothic literatures, and composition at the University.
His research includes the figure of the double across a variety of mediums and periods, dread and its potentional for audience displacement in contemporary American horror cinema, and the evolution and intertextuality of gothic and horror in American literature from the late eighteenth-century into the present day.
Bachelor of Arts: Sierra Nevada College Incline Village, Nevada, 2014 (English Language & Literature)
Master of Fine Arts: Sierra Nevada College Incline Village, Nevada, 2016 (Creative Writing w/Emphasis in Poetry)
Master of Arts: University of Toledo Toledo, OH, 2019 (English Language & Literature)