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Professor for the Department of English
Hoyt Hall 332, email@example.com
Kent Drummond joined the UW English Department in 2019, having worked in the
Communication and Journalism department and the Management and Marketing department
prior to that. He is the author of The Road to Wicked (Palgrave, 2018) with Susan Aronstein and
Terri Rittenburg, and was featured on the PBS documentary “American Oz” (2021). His articles
on Van Gogh, Led Zeppelin, Graceland, Swan Lake, and The Da Vinci Code have appeared in
numerous books and journals. Drummond teaches courses in pop culture criticism, the history
of rock and roll, and consumption, markets, and culture.
Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin
M.B.A., Northwestern University
B.A., Stanford University
Recent and Upcoming Courses
Consumption, Markets, Cultures
Signs and Symbols
The Role of the Critic
Freshman Honors Colloquium
Selected Publications /Awards
Drummond, K. (2022). "All the Van Gogh’s in the World: Writing About Art in the Age
Experience." Journal of Customer Behaviour.
Drummond, K., Aronstein, S., and Rittenburg, T. (2018). "Amazing Information: Hyperreality
and 'The World of Wicked,'" (lead article) Research in Consumer Behavior, Vol. 19, 3-17.
Drummond, K. (2016). "Rock and Roll." Consumption, Markets, and Culture, 20(4), 357-363.
Susie McMurry Chair, Excellence in Teaching
John P. Ellbogen Award for Excellence in Teaching
Golden Apple Award for Excellence in Freshman Education
Hollon Award for Teaching Excellence in Off-Campus Teaching
To learn more about Kent’s publication, click here.