Jason Price, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor and Assistant Chair

Box 5050

112 Willingham





Research & Teaching Fields:
20th and 21st Century British and Anglophone Literature, Postcolonialism, South African Literature, Animal Studies, Ecocriticism

Institution Degree Date
The College of New Jersey B.A. 2006
Seton Hall M.A. 2008
Arizona State University Ph.D. 2014


  • Animals and Desire in South African Fiction: Biopolitics and the Resistance to Colonization. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017
  • “Ways of Desiring: Postcolonial Affect in Zakes Mda’s The Whale Caller.” Configurations: A Journal of Literature, Technology, and Culture. 25.1 Winter 2017
  • “Resisting Colonial Mastery: Becoming Animal, Becoming Ethical in The Impressionist.” ARIEL: A Review of International English Literature. 45.1-2 Fall 2014.
  • “Running with Butkus: Animals and Animality in Rocky.Humanimalia: A Journal of Human/Animal Interface Studies, 5.2 Spring 2014.

Courses Taught:

  • EN 212: Survey of British Literature II
  • EN 232: Literature of the World II
  • EN 327: Early 20th century British Literature
  • EN 360: Literary Criticism
  • EN 453/553: The English Novel