Daniel Radus is a scholar of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Native American literatures. His additional research and teaching specialties include colonial and nineteenth-century American literatures, contemporary Native American literatures, and the interdisciplinary methods of Native American Studies. His work has been published in American Literature, Studies in American Indian Literatures, and Early American Literature, and he has held fellowships at the American Antiquarian Society and the Newberry Library. At Cortland, he is an Assistant Professor of English and Co-Coordinator of Native American Studies. A recent CV is available at this link.
Ph. D., English Language and Literature, Cornell University, 2017
M.A., English Language and Literature, Cornell University, 2013
M.A., English, Pennsylvania State University, 2010
B.A., English Language and Literature, Cornell University, 2008