Luke Mueller teaches writing and literature courses, and he studies 20th-21st century American and British literature and the philosophy of language.
Mueller, L. (2016). “Contesting Individuality: Pryvetee and Self-Profession in The Canterbury Tales”. Comitatus: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, (v. 47) pp. 189-208.
Mueller, L. S. (). "'Bunbury Could Not Live, That Is What I Mean:' Austin's Performative Speech and Truth in the Case of Oscar Wilde." In Garry Hagberg, (Eds.) Literature and Its Language: Philosophical Aspects.. Forthcoming.
Mueller, L. (2017). [Review of the book Modernist Fiction and Vagueness: Philosophy, Form, and Language, by Megan Quigley ]. Journal of Modern Literature, (vol. 40) no. 4Mueller, L. S. (). [Review of the book The Fictional Minds of Modernism: Narrative Cognition from Henry James to Christopher Isherwood ]. Studies in the Novel, v. 53, no. 2, 2021, (53) 2Baltimore, MD: Forthcoming.
PresentationsMueller, L. S. (2020). “Street Smarts: On Modernist Know-How (Cancelled due to COVID-19)” Presented at theModernist Studies Association Annual Conference Brooklyn, NY Mueller, L. S. (2020). “Moving Research Projects Online ” Presented at theBentley Expository Writing Program Annual Workshop Bentley University Crane, J. H., Dayal, S., Hayward, C. C., Hodes, N. L., Medden, S. A., Mulder, J. Y., Mueller, L. S. (2019). Presented at the EMS Research and Pedagogy Committee EMS Research Roundtable Workshop Bentley University Mueller, L. (2019). “Linguistic (Re)Turns” Presented at theAmerican Comparative Literature Association Conference Washington, D.C. Mueller, L. (2019). “Linguistic Pragmatics in the Post-Truth Era: Ordinary Language Philosophy and the Case of Oscar Wilde” Presented at theAmerican Comparative Literature Association Conference Washington, D.C. Mueller, L. (2018). “At the Margins of Modernist Experience: Futurist Manifestos and Dewey’s Aesthetics” Presented at theNortheast Modern Language Association Pittsburgh, PA Mueller, L. (2017). “‘She Couldn’t Prove It:’ Crisis and Practical Certainty in Nella Larsen’s Passing” Presented at theAmerican Literature Association Conference Boston, MA
Committee Member for Writing and Communication Committee 2021 - PresentCommittee Member for Research and Pedagogy Committee 2019 - PresentCommittee Member for Reader for First-Year EXP Placement Essays 2018 - Present
Committee Member for Academic Performance Committee 2022 - 2022