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English, Literatures in (English 350, Composition Studies 352)

Degree Program Offered:áDoctor of Philosophy

Director of Graduate Program:áProfessor John Kucich, Murray Hall, College Avenue Campus (732-932-7674)á

Members of the Graduate Facultyáá

Emily C. Bartels, Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Harvard
Renaissance dramatic literature; colonialist discourse

John H. Belton, Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Harvard
Cinema studies; cultural studies

Matthew S. Buckley, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Columbia
History of drama and theater; visual and urban culture; media and genre studies á

Abena P.A. Busia, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D.,áOxford
African-American and African diaspora literature

Ed Cohen, Professor of Women's and Gender Studies, SAS; Ph.D., Stanford
Literary and social theory; gay and gender studies; late Victorian culture

Ann Baynes Coiro, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Maryland
Renaissance and 17th-century literature; women's studies

Harriet A. Davidson, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Vanderbilt
Modern and contemporary poetry; critical theory

Marianne DeKoven, Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Stanford
Twentieth-century andácontemporary literary and cultural studies; feminist studies

Elin Diamond, Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., California (Davis)
Drama and dramatic theory; feminist and literary theory

Richard Dienst, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Duke
Critical theory and contemporary cultureá

Mark Doty, Professor of English, SAS; M.F.A., Goddard
Modern and contemporary poetry; memoir; gay and lesbian literature

William C. Dowling, Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Harvard
Eighteenth-century literature; colonial American literature and literature of the early American republic; critical theory

Katherine Ellis, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Columbia
Women's studies; 18th-century fiction

Brad Evans, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Chicago
Nineteenth- and early 20th-century American literature; cultural studies

Lynn M. Festa, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Eighteenth-century British and French literature; history of empire; cultural studies

Sandy Flitterman-Lewis, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
Cinema studies; feminist critical analysis

Thomas C. Fulton, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Yale
Early modern literature and cultural history

William H. Galperin, Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Brown
Romantic literature; literary theory; media studies

Martin Gliserman, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Indiana
Psychoanalysis; fiction; linguistics; reader response theory; studies of the body

Marcia Ian, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Virginia
Modern British and American literature; critical theory; the novel

Christopher Iannini, Assistant Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., CUNY
Colonial and 19th-century American literature; circum-Atlantic studiesá

Olabode Ibironke, Assistant Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Michigan State
Disaporic African literature; postcolonial book history; world Anglophone literature

Allan Punzalan Isaac, Associate Professor of American Studies, English, and Women's and Gender Studies, SAS, Ph.D., New York
Asian-American literature; race and ethnicity; U.S. empire; Filipino diaspora

Gregory Jackson, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., California (Los Angeles)
Colonial and 19th-century American literature;áAnglo-American religious cultureá

Colin Jager, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Michigan
Romantic literature; critical theory; religion á

Myra Jehlen, Board of Governors Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
American literature; feminist criticism; cultural historyáá

Ann Jurecic, Assistant Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Princeton
Composition; literature and medicine; pedagogy

Ryan James Kernan, Assistant Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., California (Los Angeles)
African-American literature; Latin-American literature; translation studies

Stacy Klein, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Ohio State
Anglo-Saxon and medieval literature; feminist theory; history of the language

Richard Koszarski, Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., New York
Cinema studies

Jonathan Brody Kramnick, Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins
Seventeenth- and 18th-century literature and culture; critical theory

John Kucich, Professor of English; SAS; Ph.D., SUNY (Buffalo)
Victorian literature and culture

David Kurnick, Assistant Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Columbia
Victorian and modernist literature; history of the novel; drama and performance theory; sexuality and gender studiesá

Ronald Levao, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
Renaissance literature and intellectual history

George Levine, Professor Emeritus of English,áSAS/CCA; Ph.D., Minnesota
Victorian literature; literature and science

Mukti Lakhi Mangharam, Assistant Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Cornell
World literatures; postcolonial theory; human rights and literature; alternative modernities; feminist and gender studies

Carter Mathes, Assistant Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
African-American and African diaspora literature

John A. McClure, Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Stanford
Contemporary American fiction; colonial and postcolonialátheory

Meredith L. McGill, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins
Nineteenth-century American literature; the history of the book; American poetry

Michael McKeon, Board of Governors Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Columbia
Seventeenth- and 18th-century literature

Jacqueline T. Miller, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins
Renaissance literature

Richard E. Miller,áProfessor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Pittsburgh
Composition; pedagogy; cultural studies

Sarah Elliott Novacich, Assistant Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Yale
Medieval literature, religion, poetry, gender

Barry V. Qualls, Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Northwestern
Victorian literature

StÚphane P.R. Robolin, Assistant Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Duke
African and African-American literatures; diaspora and postcolonial studies

Dianne Sadoff, Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Rochester
Victorian literature and culture

Larry Scanlon, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Johns Hopkins
Medieval studies; cultural studies; literary theory

Evelyn Shockley, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Duke
African-American literature; gender and critical race studies; contemporary and modern American poetry and poetics; Victorian fiction

Jonah Siegel,áProfessor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Columbia
Nineteenth-century literature and culture; literature and the fine arts; modernism

Carol H. Smith, Professor Emerita of English, SAS; Ph.D., Michigan
Modern literature; women's studies

Kurt Spellmeyer,áProfessor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Washington
Composition and rhetoric; 17th-century literature

Michelle Ann Stephens, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Yale
American studies; black diaspora; race and psychoanalysis

Henry S. Turner, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Columbia
Renaissance drama, theater and print culture; early modern intellectual history; history of sexuality and the family; contemporary critical theory

William Vesterman, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Rutgers
Eighteenth-century and American literature

Rebecca L. Walkowitz, Associate Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Harvard
The 20th- and 21st-century British, Irish, and Anglophone novel; modernism; the New World literature; translation and the history of the book; narrative theory

Cheryl A. Wall, Board of Governors Zora Neale Hurston Professor of English,áSAS; Ph.D., Harvard
American and African-American literature; women's studies

Carolyn S. Williams, Professor of English, SAS; Ph.D., Virginia
Victorian literature; women's studies; cultural studies

 
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