I’ve got a PhD in Comparative Literature from Emory University, and also completed four years of coursework in psychoanalytic theory and clinical practice at the Emory Psychoanalytic Institute. In September 2016, I was Henry R. Luce Initiative on Religion in International Affairs Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Center for Religion and Media at NYU. I regularly teach as a member of the Faculty of the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research, Philadelphia.

Alongside teaching, I do journalistic and critical writing about US culture, violence, and politics. You can read my full CV here.

Email me at patrick (dot) blanchfield (at) post (dot) harvard (dot) edu.

I’m on Twitter as @patblanchfield.

I grew up in New York City, have lived in a bunch of places since then, and now live in the Philadelphia area. As the blog header may have suggested, I’m a Modest Mouse fan.

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