Michael Mirabile was born and raised in New York City and received his PhD in Comparative Literature from Yale University. He joined Lewis & Clark in 2009. His areas of scholarly interest and research are in film, film theory, the history of Hollywood production, post-World War II American fiction, crime fiction and film, and postmodernist literature. He is currently writing on film noir and related film genres such as the suspense thriller.
His teaching in the Lewis & Clark English department has included courses on Radical Film, Films Adapting Fictions, American Crime and Suspense Fiction, and Postmodernist and Contemporary American Fiction.
SpecialtyFilm Studies, Post-World War II American Literature
PhD, MA Yale University; BA Queens College (CUNY)
CORE 120: Words
ENG 251: Radical Film
ENG 334: Crime & Suspense Fiction