Thomas Burke

Thomas Burke earned his BA from Tulane University. He has a graduate degree in Language and Civilization from Université de Paris and a Master of Fine Arts in Writing from the University of San Francisco. He writes contemporary fiction and has a research interest in Gender Studies.

Thomas Burke

Assistant Professor, Social and Cultural Studies
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Teaching Areas

Cultural Studies
Gender Studies

Courses taught

Alternative Lifestyles
Beauty Across Cultures
Creative Writing
Critical Inquiry and Reflective Writing
Expository Writing
Fiction Writing
Melodrama on Screen: Gender Representation in Mystery and Romance Films

Recent Writings and Presentations

Assessment in Service Learning, Indiana University Assessment Conference, October, 2009
First Ecstasy, in Guy Writers Magazine, San Francisco, 2009
Father Tongue, in Queer and Catholic, Eds. Amie M. Evans and Trebor Healey, Routledge, New York, 2008
The Influence of Latin on Male Gender Construction, Out There Conference, Chicago, 2008
Faithful, in The Queer Collection, Ed. Gregory Kompes, Fabulist Flash Press, Las Vegas, NV, 2007
Where Is Home, Tulane Collegian and Review, New Orleans, 2006
Where Is Home and Other Stories, Fithian Press, 2005
Landscape Portrait, Harrington Gay Men’s Literary Quarterly, Binghamton, NY, 2004