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Thomas Deane Tucker is an Associate Professor of Humanities at Chadron State College in Nebraska. He is currently finishing work on a book that explores possible intersections between the art and writings of the artist Marcel Duchamp and the philosopher Jacques DerridaÂ’s methods of deconstruction. The book is titled Derridada: Duchamp as Readymade Deconstruction, and will be published in 2008 by Lexington Books. He is also editing a volume of essays on the theme of death in deconstruction tentatively titled All that Remains: Death and Deconstruction, A Reader.

At various times in his life before teaching at CSC, he has lived in Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Paris, New Orleans, Orlando, and New York City, and has worked as a waiter, an audio guide at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, a security guard at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, film production assistant, photo stylist, documentary film researcher, surfing instructor, and book editor.

He shares his life with his wife Rana and what sometimes seems like a veritable zoo--three dogs, two cats, a ferret, two horses, and two schools of fish. Since moving to Nebraska, he continues to yearn for the sea.

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