Brian Dumm

Brian Dumm
Title:
PhD Student
Office:
Phillips Hall 628A
Phone:
202-994-1254
Email:
[email protected]

Areas of Expertise

20th and 21st-century American Literature.

Current Research

Affect Theory, FOMO, Spy Literature.

Education

MA in Literature, Colorado State University; BS in Humanities, US Air Force Academy; Associate Degree in French, Defense Language Institute.

Publications

Book review of “Male Armor” by Jon Robert Adams. Reviewed in War, Literature & the Arts, Volume 24 (2011).

Book review of “Foreign and Domestic” by H. Palmer Hall. Reviewed in War, Literature & the Arts, Volume 23 (2010).

“Mata Hari: The Making of a Spy” presented as part of Passing: (Im)mobility and Identity in Literary Spaces Symposium, The George Washington University (March 2019)

“French Heritage in North America: Cajun and Creole Musics” presented as part of the Guest Lecturer Series, French Air Force Academy (February 2016) 

“Professional Military Education in the US Air Force” presented as part of the Guest Lecture Series, French Air Force Academy (February 2016) 

“Reflections on the Second World War: American Perspectives on the European Conflict” Colloquium presentation at the University of Montpellier (February 2015)

“NATO: Evaluating the 2% GDP Defense Investment Benchmark” presented as part of the NATO Officer Lecture Series, French Air Force Academy (December 2014)