School of Arts and Humanities
Claremont Graduate University
121 East 10th Street
Humanities Faculty House
135 East 12th St., #4
Spring 2012 Office Hours
Tuesdays: 12:00 - 1:00 pm, or by appointment
Ph.D., English, University of Chicago, 2008
American literature, Native American literature, nature writing, literature and economics, African American literature, feminism, literary and critical theory, cultural studies, and intellectual history.
- Biocultures: Transdisciplinary Perspectives (CGU, Transdisciplinary Studies)
- American Renaissance (CGU, English)
- African American Writing from the Civil War to World War I (CGU, English)
- Suffrage and Reform, Seneca Falls to the Nineteenth Amendment (CGU, Transdisciplinary Studies)
- American Literature and Economics (CGU, English)
- Native American Literature (USC, English and American Studies)
- American Literature, 1865–1920 (USC, English)
- The Literatures of America: Cross-Cultural Perspectives (USC, English)
- American Authors: Literature and Economics (USC, English)
- Social Justice (USC, Arts & Letters)
Professor Berliner is currently completing a book manuscript on the politics of nature in late-nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century American writing.
“Written in the Birch Bark: The Linguistic-Material Worldmaking of Simon Pokagon,” PMLA 125.1 (Jan. 2010): 73–91.
“Jack London’s Socialistic Social Darwinism,” American Literary Realism 41.1 (Fall 2008): 52–78. Rpt. in Short Story Criticism 133 (2010): 281–96.
Research Assistant Professor, Claremont Graduate University, 2010–Present
Lecturer, University of Southern California, 2009–2010
Andrew W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Southern California, 2008–2009
Co-Founder, USC Native American Studies Workshop, 2010