Auerbach Hall 204E
PhD University of North Carolina | MA University of North Carolina | BA University of Michigan
Bryan Sinche teaches and writes about antebellum American literature and pre-1900 African American literature. He has taught classes on a number of topics including Herman Melville, William Faulkner, the American Renaissance, book history, southern literature, the Black Arts Movement, and road trips.
This range is also evident in his scholarship, which appears in essay collections and journals including ESQ, Legacy, Early American Studies, and African American Review. He is also the editor of the Guide for Teachers accompanying the third edition of the Norton Anthology of African American Literature.
At present, Sinche is working on a study of self-published African American writing of the long nineteenth century entitled Published By Himself.