Associate Professor, 19th century American literature, Literature and psychology.
Jaimee Wriston Colbert
Professor, Creative Writing, and Contemporary Literature. x6124
Distinguished Professor, Medieval literature, Classics and Medieval narrative, Narrative,
Professor, Rhetorical theory and criticism, Organizational communication. x6703
Associate Professor; Associate Faculty, Creative Writing
Associate Professor, and Graduate Director, English Department; 20th Century British
Literature. x2033 firstname.lastname@example.org
Maria Mazziotti Gillan
Professor, Poetry, Multicultural Literature, Contemporary Women Poets, and Working
Class Literature. x6134
Professor, Creative writing: Fiction; Caribbean and African American Literature, queer/
LGBT literature. x2894
Lecturer, Print Journalism -- reporting, editing, feature writing, opinion writing.
John Owen Havard
Assistant Professor, 18th-Century British Literature, Romanticism, Transatlantic Studies,
Literature and Politics, Critical Theory. x2754
Professor, Sports studies, 20th-century literature, Feminist and critical theory,
Cultural studies, Modernism/Postmodernism, creative non-fiction, environmental studies.
Associate Professor, English and Medieval Studies; Medieval Studies, Early Modern
Studies, Gender and Sexualities, Rhetorical Discourse, Italian Literature, Troubadours,
Authorship, Book History; x5400
Joseph A. Keith
Associate Professor, and Chair, Modern U.S. and British Literature, Culture of U.S.
Imperialism, x2353 email@example.com
Director of Debate, Lecturer in English firstname.lastname@example.org
Aja Y. Martinez
Assistant Professor, English Department and the Writing Initiative. x6126
Associate Professor, New Media & Film Studies; Cinemas in South Asia; Postcolonial
Critique; Theories of Nation-State; Globalization, Diaspora and Cultural Production;
Contemporary Critical Theory; Feminist and Sexuality Studies. x2318
Jean-Pierre (Peter) Mileur
Associate Professor; Early American literature, Southern fiction, American humor.
Assistant Professor, English
Professor, English Department; Creative Writing. x2574 email@example.com
Michael D. Sharp
Lecturer, Medieval Literature. x2418
Associate Professor, African American Literature and Culture, 19th and 20th century
American Literature, American Studies, Popular Music, Sound and Audio Culture Studies,
and Race and theories of Representation. x5494
Distinguished Service Professor, English Department; American literature, Contemporary
fiction, Women writers. x2169 firstname.lastname@example.org
Distinguished Service Professor and Undergraduate Director; Folklore, Fantasy. x4455
Distinguished Professor, Modern literature, Creative Writing, Literature of the American
Associate Professor and Master of Hinman College; Renaissance literature and culture,
Shakespeare, Colonial/Post-colonial studies. x4716
Dean's Associate Professor of Early Modern Studies, English, Theatre, and Art History.
Assistant Professor, English Department and Medieval Studies Program
Associate Professor, Creative Writing, Shakespeare, Selected aspects of modern literature.
Associate Professor, Asian American literature, Asian diasporic studies, Comparative
Ethnic Studies, Creative Writing, postcolonial literature, theory. x6405
Assistant Professor, Creative Writing.
Professor Emeritus, Critical theory, Cultural studies, Rhetorical theory, Modern poetry.
Professor Emeritus, PhD, 1971, Indiana University: 19th-century English literature,
Russian literature, Blake. email@example.com
Charles A. Carpenter
Professor Emeritus, PhD, 1963, Cornell University: Modern Dramatic Literature firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor Emeritus, Restoration and 18th-century British literature, Early
modern novel, Satire, Jonathan Swift.
Mario Di Cesare
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, PhD, 1960, Columbia University: Renaissance literature
(European and English), epic poetry, 17th-century literature, Milton.
Professor Emeritus, PhD, 1950, Cornell University: American literature, 18th-century
Associate Professor Emerita, PhD, 1961, University of California at Berkeley: Romance
John H. Hagan
Professor Emeritus, PhD, 1957, University of Chicago: 19th-century novel (English,
American and continental), some 20th-century novelists.
Elizabeth K. Hewitt
Associate Professor Emerita, PhD, 1969, State University of New York at Buffalo: Stylistics,
modern poetry, modern literature, language.
Associate Professor Emeritus, English language, Linguistics, Literary criticism, Modern
Francis X. Newman
Associate Professor Emeritus, Medieval literature. email@example.com
Wilhelm F. Nicolaisen
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, DPhil, 1955, University of Tübingen: Language, folklore,
Richard P. Pindell
Associate Professor Emeritus, The Novel, Creative writing, Southern literature.
Professor, English Department; Colonial and 19C American literature.
William V. Spanos
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, English Department; Postmodernism, Contemporary
theory, New American studies. firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Emeritus PhD, 1962, Brandeis University: British and American literature,
Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus, English Department; Renaissance drama,
New historicism, Shakespeare.
Professor Emeritus, PhD, 1963, Ohio State University:18th Century English Literature,
Landscape and Literature, Literature of the English Country House, Caricatures, Prints,
and Book Illustration.