David Rice

Associate Professor of English


Ph.D.EnglishUniversity of Connecticut
M.A.EnglishUniversity of Connecticut
B.A.PhilosophyWestern Kentucky University

Professional Experience

2010-Present: Associate Professor, The College of Saint Rose
2004-2010: Assistant Professor, The College of Saint Rose
1995-2004: Teaching Assistant, The University of Connecticut
2000-2002: Adjunct Instructor, Eastern Connecticut State University

Teaching Interests

  • 20th Century American Literature
  • Early American Literature
  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
  • Composition
  • American Studies
  • Cultural Studies
  • Prison Writing

Research/Creative Works


  • “Witchery, Indigenous Resistance, and Urban Space in Ceremony.” Studies in American Indian Literatures 17.4 (Winter 2005): 114-43.
  • “Sinners Among Angels, or Family History and the Ethnic Narrator in Arturo Islas’s The Rain God and Migrant Souls.” Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory 11.1 (Summer 2000): 169-97. Reprinted in Critical Mappings of Arturo Islas’s Narrative Fictions. Ed. Frederick Luis Aldama. Bilingual Review Press, 2008.
  • “‘Dear Billy’: H.D.’s Letters to William Carlos Williams.” William Carlos Williams Review 23.2 (Fall 1997): 27-52.