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Carter, Jane Ph D, MA, MA

Frazel, Thomas Ph D, MA

Marquis, Galen Ph D, MA

Chang, Kai-man Ph D, MA

Albrecht, Thomas Ph D

Beissel Heath, Michelle Ph D, MA

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    19th century British Literature (Romanticism & Victorian Literature) Early 20th century British Literature British Women Writers Children’s Literature Cultural Studies Domesticity and Colonialism

Cardon, Lauren Ph D, MA

Elmwood, Victoria Ph D, MA

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    Her research interests include life writing, gender studies, and 20th century American literature and culture. She has also published work on graphic novels, film, and Cold War literature. She is currently developing her book project for publication.

Kohler, Michelle Ph D

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    Nineteenth-Century American Literature Poetry and Poetics Emily Dickinson Emerson

Mangiavellano, Daniel

Mark, Rebecca Ph D

McKeown, Adam Ph D, MA

Mirmotahari, Emad Ph D, MA

Moll, Patience

Nguyen, Marguerite Ph D

Nitzkin, Aaron Ph D, Ph D, MA

Oldenburg, Scott Ph D, MA

Rabalais, Kevin Ph D

Rothenberg, Molly Ph D, MA

Smith, Felipe Ph D, MA

Sponenberg, Ashlie Ph D, MA

Tanner, Travis Ph D, MA

Travis, Molly Ph D, MA

Barnes, Leslie Ph D

Gadir, Bouchaib Ph D, Ph D

Glidden, Hope Ph D

Leduc, Natali Ph D, MA, BA

McCarren, Felicia Ph D, MA

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    I am a cultural historian and performance theorist, trained in comparative literature and theory. My three books focus on the history of dance performance, and the medical, industrial and political thinking about bodies--especially female-- that mark modernity. Published works include Dance Pathologies; Performance, Poetics, Medicine (1998); Dancing Machines: Choreographies of the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (2003) both from Stanford University Press; and French Moves; The Cultural Politics of le hip hop (Oxford University Press, 2013), winner of the De la Torre Bueno Prize (awarded by the SDHS) and Outstanding Publication of the Year (awarded by CORD) in 2014. Other publications focus on performance history and theory, visual culture and theory of the image (including cinema), history of technology, Morocco and islam in Europe. For research in this last field, I received an NEH Summer Stipend in 2011 for research at the CCM (Centre Cinematographique Marocain) in Rabat, and Lurcy Grants for research at the CNC (Centre National de Cinema) in Paris.

Pesce, Roberto Ph D

Ramazani, Vaheed Ph D, MA

Reuber, Alexandra Ph D, MA

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    - English, French, and German language, literature, and culture - Late 18th, 19th, and 20th century English, French, and German literature - Development of the gothic and fantastic tradition in literature and film - The illustration and elaboration of the question of identity in literature - Psychoanalysis and psychoanalytical approaches to fiction - Reader-Response-Theory - film adaptation - literacy development - foreign language pedagogy

Sojic, Annette Ph D, MA, MA

Brumfield, William Ph D

Carter, William Ph D, MA

Hans, Anjeana Ph D, MA

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    My dissertation, �Defining Desires: Homosexual Identity and German Discourse 1900-1933,� examined sexual and gender identity by tracing its cultural and discursive construction in German culture and literature from the beginning of the 20th century. I am currently reworking this project, framing my discussion of depictions of homosexuality within a theoretical reading that suggests that such identity categories come to function as tropes of other types of difference. My current research examines the manner in which horror films of the Weimar period symbolically represent the trauma of war and modernity. As part of the two book-projects associated with these continuing research interests, I have articles forthcoming which engage with both.

Hollander, Philip Ph D, MA, BA

Powers, Susanna BA

Avelar, Idelber Ph D, MA

Caballero, Isabel Ph D, MA

Pavlovic, Tatjana Ph D

Rivera Diaz, Fernando Ph D, MA

Shea, Maureen Ph D

Davis, Kathleen Ph D, MA

Reed, Martha Linnette Ph D, MA

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    Spanish Golden Age Literature. Contemporary Spanish Peninsular Women’s Literature. Spanish Language from a a multicultural perspective. The Role of New Orleans During the Flourishing Years of the United Fruit Company in Central America.

Sullivan, Henry