Associate Professor and Graduate Director, English Department; Critical theory, Cultural studies, Rhetorical theory,Modern poetry. x2169 firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor, English Department; 19th century American literature, Literature and psychology. x2534 email@example.com
Jaimee Wriston Colbert
Professor, English Department; Creative Writing, and Contemporary Literature. x6124 firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor, English Department; Restoration and 18th-century British literature, Early modern novel, Satire, Jonathan Swift. x2646 email@example.com
Distinguished Professor, English Department; Medieval literature, Classics and Medieval narrative, Narrative, Chaucer. x6408 firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor, English Department; Rhetorical theory and criticism, Organizational communication. x6703 email@example.com
Associate Professor of English; Associate Faculty, Creative Writing firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor, English Department; 20th Century British Literature. x2033 email@example.com
Maria Mazziotti Gillan
Professor, English Department; Poetry, Multicultural Literature, Contemporary Women Poets, and Working Class Literature. x6134 firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor, English Department; Creative writing: Fiction; Caribbean and African American Literature, queer/ LGBT literature. x2894 email@example.com
Lecturer, English Department; Print Journalism -- reporting, editing, feature writing, opinion writing. x2248 firstname.lastname@example.org
John Owen Havard
Assistant Professor, English Department; 18th-Century British Literature, Romanticism, Transatlantic Studies, Literature and Politics, Critical Theory. x2754 email@example.com
Assistant Professor, English Department; Literatures of the Americas; Political Movements; Globalization and Literary Theory; x4207 firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor, English Department; Sports studies, 20th-century literature, Feminist and critical theory, Cultural studies, Modernism/Postmodernism, creative non-fiction, environmental studies. x2104 email@example.com
Associate Professor, English and Medieval Studies; Medieval Studies, Early Modern Studies, Gender and Sexualities, Rhetorical Discourse, Italian Literature, Troubadours, Authorship, Book History; x5400 firstname.lastname@example.org
Joseph A. Keith
Associate Professor, English Department; Modern U.S. and British Literature, Culture of U.S. Imperialism, x2353 email@example.com
Assistant Professor and Director of Composition, English Department. x4512 firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Debate, Lecturer in English email@example.com
Aja Y. Martinez
Assistant Professor, English Department and the Writing Initiative. x6126 firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor, English Department; 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 email@example.com
Associate Professor, Chair, and Undergraduate Director, English Department; Early American literature, Southern fiction, American humor. x2758 firstname.lastname@example.org
Visiting Assistant Professor, English Department; Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century British Literature. x5310 email@example.com
Jean-Pierre (Peter) Mileur
Professor, English Department; x6042 firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard P. Pindell
Associate Professor, English Department; The Novel, Creative writing, Southern literature. x2758
Professor, English Department; Creative Writing. x2574 email@example.com
Michael D. Sharp
Lecturer, English Department; Medieval Literature. x2418 firstname.lastname@example.org
William V. Spanos
Distinguished Professor, English Department; Postmodernism, Contemporary theory, New American studies. x2743 email@example.com
Assistant Professor, English Department; 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Distinguished Service Professor, English Department; American literature, Contemporary fiction, Women writers. x2169 email@example.com
Distinguished Teaching Professor, English Department; Renaissance drama, New historicism, Shakespeare. x6403 firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor, English Department; Folklore, Fantasy. x4455 email@example.com
Distinguished Professor, English Department; Modern literature, Creative Writing, Literature of the American West. x2750 firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor and Master of Hinman College; Renaissance literature and culture, Shakespeare, Colonial/Post-colonial studies. x4716 email@example.com
Dean's Assistant Professor of Early Modern Studies, English, Theatre, and Art History. x5251 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lecturer, Creative Writing
Associate Professor, English Department; Creative Writing, Shakespeare, Selected aspects of modern literature. x2749
Associate Professor, English Department; Asian American literature, Asian diasporic studies, Comparative Ethnic Studies, creative writing, postcolonial literature, theory. x6405 email@example.com
Assistant Professor, English Department; Creative Writing. firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Emeritus, PhD, 1971, Indiana Univeristy: 19th-century English literature, Russian literature, Blake. email@example.com
Norman T. Burns
Associate Professor Emeritus, PhD, 1967, University of Michigan: Renaissance literature, Milton, social and intellectual history.
Charles A. Carpenter
Professor Emeritus, PhD, 1963, Cornell University: Modern Dramatic Literature firstname.lastname@example.org
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 literature.
Associate Professor Emerita, PhD, 1961, University of California at Berkeley: Romance literature, rhetoric.
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.
Professor Emeritus, PhD, 1961, University of California at Berkeley: Chaucer, Middle English literature, medieval literature, editor of Mediaevalia.
Associate Professor Emeritus, English language, Linguistics, Literary criticism, Modern literature. x4714 email@example.com
Francis X. Newman
Associate Professor Emeritus, Medieval literature. x2586 firstname.lastname@example.org
Wilhelm F. Nicolaisen
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, DPhil, 1955, University of Tübingen: Language, folklore, names.
Professor, English Department; Colonial and 19C American literature. x2353 email@example.com
Professor Emeritus, PhD, 1954, Stanford University: Criticism, Shakespeare, the English lyric.
Professor Emeritus PhD, 1956, University of Minnesota: Renaissance drama, criticism, the novel.
Professor Emerita, BA, Harvard University: Creative writing.
Professor Emeritus PhD, 1962, Brandeis University: British and American literature, creative writing.
Associate Professor Emeritus, PhD, 1955, Ohio State University: Rhetoric, communications, speech.
John D. Walker
Associate Professor Emeritus PhD, 1967, University of Florida: 18th-century English literature, Restoration literature.
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. x2352 firstname.lastname@example.org