Dr. William Chad Stanley is an Associate Professor of English literature and teaches courses in composition, and modern British and American literature. His areas of specialization include the literature of war and of the Cold War era, postmodernism, modern drama, and horror and science-fiction. He has published articles on James Joyce, Fay Weldon, and Jonathan Swift, and has presented papers at numerous literary studies and Writing Center conferences. In 2010, Signet published his “Afterword” to Joseph Plumb Martin’s A Narrative of a Revolutionary Soldier, as part of a new edition of this text.
Starting his undergraduate career as a painting major at Pratt Institute, and continuing these studies at Syracuse University, Chad Stanley remains an active painter and frequently uses art as a means of engaging literature.