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Faculty and Staff

 

  • Jennifer Haytock, PhD, Professor and Department Chair (University of North Carolina)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Twentieth Century American Literature, Modernism, Realism, War Novel, Feminism
  • Sharon Allen, PhD, Associate Professor (Princeton University)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Modern Russian and East European, Luso-Brazilian, French, Transnational Fiction and Film, Cultural and Literary Theory
  • Robert D. Baker , MA, Coordinator of Composition 
  • Ralph Black, PhD, Associate Professor (New York University)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Poetry, Creative Writing, American Literature
  • Miriam Burstein, PhD, Associate Professor (University of Chicago)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Nineteenth Century British Literature, Literature and Religion, Neo-Victorian Fiction, the History of the Historical Novel, Women Writers
  • Austin Busch, PhD, Associate Professor (Indiana University)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Greek and Roman Literature, Bible, Ancient Christianity and its Literature, the Classical and Biblical Traditions
  • John Casement, MSED, Lecturer (State University of New York, College at Brockport)
  • Kristi Castleberry, PhD, Adjunct Lecturer (University of Rochester)
  • Sarah Cedeno, MA, Lecturer (State University of New York, College at Brockport)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Short Fiction, Contemporary American Literature
  • Michael Chojnowski, MA, Lecturer (State University of New York at Fredonia)
  • Brooke Conti, PhD, Associate Professor (Yale University)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Renaissance Literature, Literature and Religion, Shakespeare, Milton, John Donne
  • John Curry, MA, Lecturer (State University of New York, College at Brockport)
  • Mary Anne Donovan, MA, (Empire State)
  • Sasha Eloi, MA, Adjunct Lecturer (Syracuse University)
  • Steve Fellner, PhD, Associate Professor (University of Utah)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Creative Non-Fiction, Poetry, Playwriting, Contemporary Lesbian and Gay Literature
  • T. Gregory Garvey, PhD, Professor (University of Wisconsin)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Nineteenth Century American Literature, Critical Theory, Cultural Studies
  • Monica Gilligan, MS, Lecturer (State University of New York at Buffalo)
  • Amy Green, PhD, Lecturer (West Virginia University)
  • Janie Hinds, PhD, Professor and Director of Graduate Studies (University of Tulsa)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Early American Literature, African-American Literature
  • MJ Iuppa, MFA, Lecturer (Rainier Writing Workshop, Pacific Lutheran University)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Poetry, Fiction, Creative Nonfiction, Playwriting; 20th and 21st cc Literature and World Literature
  • Stefan Jurasinski, PhD, Associate Professor (Indiana University - Bloomington)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Old and Middle English, Old Norse, Medieval Latin, Chaucer, English Legal History
  • Stephanie Kane, MA, Adjunct Lecturer (Minnesota State University)
  • Alissa Karl, PhD, Assistant Professor (University of Washington)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: 20th century British and Anglophone Literature, Modernisms, Literature and Economics, the Nation and Nationalism in Literature, the Novel in the 20th Century
  • Alicia Kerfoot, PhD, Assistant Professor (McMaster University)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Restoration and Eighteenth-Century British Literature and Culture, British Romantic Literature and Culture, the Gothic Novel, Costume and Dress in Literature,
    Ann Radcliffe, Jane Austen, Frances Burney 
  • Roger Kurtz, PhD, Professor (University of Iowa)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Postcolonial and World Literatures, African Literature and Culture
  • Tanya Kuzylak, MS, Lecturer (State University of New York at Buffalo)
  • Maria Lasch, MA, Lecturer (State University of New York, College at Brockport)
  • Lars Mazzola, PhD, Lecturer (University of Minnesota-Twin Cities)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Chinese Literature and Culture, Brain Physiology and Creativity
  • Thomas Metzger, Lecturer
  • Shayna Neer, MA, Adjunct Lecturer (State University of New York, College at Brockport)
  • Megan Norcia, PhD, Associate Professor (University of Florida)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Children's and Young Adult Literature, British Empire, Women's Writing, Nineteenth-Century Adventure Fiction, Material Culture (Games, Quilts, Archives)
  • Megan Obourn, PhD, Assistant Professor (New York University)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Contemporary American Literature, Cultural Citizenship, Gender and Sexuality,Critical Race Theory
  • Anne Panning, PhD, Professor (University of Hawaii)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Fiction and Creative Nonfiction Writing, Women's Autobiography and Memoir, Contemporary American Literature
  • Paul Persia, MA, Lecturer (University of Tennessee)
  • Nate Pritts, PhD, Adjunct Lecturer (University of Louisiana at Lafayette)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Poetry, Creative Writing, British Romanticism, Publishing
  • Kristen Proehl, PhD, Assistant Professor (College of William and Mary)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Children's and Young Adult Literature, Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century American Literature, Gender and Sexuality, Critical Race Studies, American Studies
  • Sid Rosenzweig, PhD, Lecturer (University of Rochester)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Film/Cinema/Movies
  • Kerstin Rudolph, PhD, Lecturer (University of Illinois)
  • Tate Shaw, MFA, Director, Visual Studies Workshop (SUNY College at Brockport)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Artists' Books, Image and Text, Image Sequence, Photo-Bookworks, Publishing as an Art Form, Visual Book Libraries
  • Carter Soles, PhD, Assistant Professor (University of Oregon)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Film and Cultural Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, and Film Genre Studies
  • Matthew Taber, MSEd, Lecturer (Nazareth College)
  • Sevinc Turkkan, PhD, Visiting Assistant Professor (University of Illinois)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Comparative World Literature, Cross-Cultural Studies, Women and Gender, 20th Century Turkish and German Literatures, Theory and Practice of Literary Translation
  • Herma Volpe-van Dijk, MA, Lecturer (State University of New York, College at Brockport)
  • Elizabeth Whittingham, PhD, Lecturer (State University of New York at Buffalo)
  • James Whorton, Jr., PhD, Associate Professor and Associate Chair (University of Southern Mississippi)
    Teaching and Creative Interests: Fiction Writing and Contemporary American Literature
  • Philip Young, PhD, Lecturer (University of Alabama)
  • Kelley Zanghi, Lecturer

Last Updated 2/21/14

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