Department of English, College of LAS, University of Illinois


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African American Studies

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Curry, Ramona Associate Professor
Ramona Curry teaches histories, theories, and strategies for writing about cinema and other forms of popular media and culture. As a Fulbright faculty ...
Ramona Curry teaches histories, theories, and strategies for writing about cinema and other forms of popular media and culture. As a Fulbright faculty award recipient in 2004, Prof. Curry taught in the Dept. of Cinema Studies at Hong Kong Baptist University and will spend Spring 2015 as the "Fulbright Distinguished Chair of American Studies" at Uppsala University in Sweden. Prof. Curry's research focuses on the sociocultural impact of media institutions, including film stars and cinema distribution and exhibition historically. She is author to date of a book on the shifting cultural functions of Mae West's image over eight decades and of numerous essays that have appeared in anthologies and journals in the US, Europe, and Asia. Prof. Curry has written extensively about German cinema and also about films made in Hong Kong. Her most recent publications draw heavily on census and genealogical records, shipping manifests, and other newly digitized government and newspaper archives, to reveal fresh facets of early trans-Pacific film distribution and reception. Prof. Curry is currently completing a monograph entitled "Trading in Cultural Spaces: How Chinese Film Came to America," which takes an urban cultural geographic and historiographic approach to rewriting American cinema history “from the margins.” The archive-research-intensive project has received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (2008, 2011) and the University of Illinois Mid-Career Faculty Release Time Award (2014).
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Freeburg, Christopher Associate Professor American and African American Literature; The Idea of Black Culture; The American Novel after 1850; Slavery in the Atlantic World; Media Aesthetics
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Somerville, Siobhan B Associate Professor
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Wright, David Associate Professor African-American Literature
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Harrington, Janice N. Associate Professor Poetry
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Rothberg, Michael Head of the Department, Professor
Critical Theory; Comparative Twentieth-Century Literatures; Holocaust Studies; Contemporary American Literature; Postcolonial Studies; Trauma, Memory, ...
Critical Theory; Comparative Twentieth-Century Literatures; Holocaust Studies; Contemporary American Literature; Postcolonial Studies; Trauma, Memory, and Justice; Please visit my personal website for a full list of publications and other information.
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Spires, Derrick R. Assistant Professor Representations of Race and Citizenship

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American Indian Studies

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Parker, Robert Dale James M. Benson Professor
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing histori ...
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing historicist, socio-cultural criticism together with formalist criticism.
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Byrd, Jodi A. Associate Professor Indigenous studies and governance, indigenous and postcolonial literatures, cultural studies, film, theory
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Warrior, Robert Professor

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American, early

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Parker, Robert Dale James M. Benson Professor
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing histori ...
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing historicist, socio-cultural criticism together with formalist criticism.
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Hutner, Gordon Professor
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Loughran, Trish Associate Professor
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Murison, Justine S. Associate Professor
Nineteenth-Century American Literature; Early American Literature; Medicine and Literature; Secular Studies; Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World; Hi ...
Nineteenth-Century American Literature; Early American Literature; Medicine and Literature; Secular Studies; Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World; History of the Novel
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Spires, Derrick R. Assistant Professor Representations of Race and Citizenship

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American, later

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Freeburg, Christopher Associate Professor American and African American Literature; The Idea of Black Culture; The American Novel after 1850; Slavery in the Atlantic World; Media Aesthetics
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Somerville, Siobhan B Associate Professor
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Parker, Robert Dale James M. Benson Professor
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing histori ...
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing historicist, socio-cultural criticism together with formalist criticism.
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Cacho, Lisa Marie Associate Professor
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Koshy, Susan Director of Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory, Associate Professor
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Hutner, Gordon Professor
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Foote, Stephanie Professor
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Newcomb, Tim Associate Head, Professor
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Rodríguez, Richard T. Associate Professor
Contemporary American literature; Latino/a literature and culture; poetry; film and visual culture; gender and sexuality studies; race and ethnic stud ...
Contemporary American literature; Latino/a literature and culture; poetry; film and visual culture; gender and sexuality studies; race and ethnic studies; literary theory; cultural studies.
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Bauer, Dale Director of Undergraduate Studies, Professor
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Rothberg, Michael Head of the Department, Professor
Critical Theory; Comparative Twentieth-Century Literatures; Holocaust Studies; Contemporary American Literature; Postcolonial Studies; Trauma, Memory, ...
Critical Theory; Comparative Twentieth-Century Literatures; Holocaust Studies; Contemporary American Literature; Postcolonial Studies; Trauma, Memory, and Justice; Please visit my personal website for a full list of publications and other information.

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Asian American Studies

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Curry, Ramona Associate Professor
Ramona Curry teaches histories, theories, and strategies for writing about cinema and other forms of popular media and culture. As a Fulbright faculty ...
Ramona Curry teaches histories, theories, and strategies for writing about cinema and other forms of popular media and culture. As a Fulbright faculty award recipient in 2004, Prof. Curry taught in the Dept. of Cinema Studies at Hong Kong Baptist University and will spend Spring 2015 as the "Fulbright Distinguished Chair of American Studies" at Uppsala University in Sweden. Prof. Curry's research focuses on the sociocultural impact of media institutions, including film stars and cinema distribution and exhibition historically. She is author to date of a book on the shifting cultural functions of Mae West's image over eight decades and of numerous essays that have appeared in anthologies and journals in the US, Europe, and Asia. Prof. Curry has written extensively about German cinema and also about films made in Hong Kong. Her most recent publications draw heavily on census and genealogical records, shipping manifests, and other newly digitized government and newspaper archives, to reveal fresh facets of early trans-Pacific film distribution and reception. Prof. Curry is currently completing a monograph entitled "Trading in Cultural Spaces: How Chinese Film Came to America," which takes an urban cultural geographic and historiographic approach to rewriting American cinema history “from the margins.” The archive-research-intensive project has received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (2008, 2011) and the University of Illinois Mid-Career Faculty Release Time Award (2014).
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Cacho, Lisa Marie Associate Professor
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Koshy, Susan Director of Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory, Associate Professor
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Yang, Caroline H. Assistant Professor

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Creative Writing

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Wright, David Associate Professor African-American Literature
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Harrington, Janice N. Associate Professor Poetry
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Graham, Philip Professor
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Shakar, Alex Associate Professor
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Kelly, Brigit Professor
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Madonick, Michael Associate Professor

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Drama

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Barrett, Robert W Associate Professor
Medieval British literature (esp. Middle English literature); early English drama (up to 1642); ecocriticism (esp. plants); region and locality (esp. ...
Medieval British literature (esp. Middle English literature); early English drama (up to 1642); ecocriticism (esp. plants); region and locality (esp. Cheshire and Chester)
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Markley, Robert W. D. and Sara E. Trowbridge Professor
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Newcomb, Lori Humphrey Associate Professor Early modern prose fiction and drama; popular print culture; theories of representation, performance, and difference
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Stevens, Andrea Associate Professor
Shakespeare and early modern drama; theater history from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century; performance studies, especially theories of the per ...
Shakespeare and early modern drama; theater history from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century; performance studies, especially theories of the performing body; and methods of original practices staging.
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Perry, Curtis Professor
Early modern English literature and culture, with an emphasis upon literature's participation in political debate; Senecan tragedy; classical receptio ...
Early modern English literature and culture, with an emphasis upon literature's participation in political debate; Senecan tragedy; classical reception; historicist criticism; drama.

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Eighteenth Century

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Markley, Robert W. D. and Sara E. Trowbridge Professor
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Wood, Gillen D'Arcy Director of Sustainability Studies Initiative in the Humanities, Professor
Romanticism, Climate Change, Catastrophism, Sustainability, Environmental History and Discourse, History of Biological and Earth Sciences, British Col ...
Romanticism, Climate Change, Catastrophism, Sustainability, Environmental History and Discourse, History of Biological and Earth Sciences, British Colonialism and Empire, European Visual Culture and Music 1750-1850
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Nazar, Hina Associate Professor
British literature and culture of the long eighteenth century; Enlightenment political and moral theory (especially Locke, the Scottish Enlightenment, ...
British literature and culture of the long eighteenth century; Enlightenment political and moral theory (especially Locke, the Scottish Enlightenment, Rousseau, and Kant); the philosophy of education; Hannah Arendt and critical social theory; George Eliot; feminist theory
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Pollock, Anthony Associate Professor
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Underwood, Ted Professor and LAS Centennial Scholar Text mining in large digital libraries

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Fiction

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Parker, Robert Dale James M. Benson Professor
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing histori ...
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing historicist, socio-cultural criticism together with formalist criticism.
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Graham, Philip Professor
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Hutner, Gordon Professor
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Courtemanche, Eleanor Associate Professor
Economic and political approaches to Victorian fiction; history of economic theory in Europe and America; socialism and anarchism; history of urban pl ...
Economic and political approaches to Victorian fiction; history of economic theory in Europe and America; socialism and anarchism; history of urban planning; narrative theory; irony and comedy. Currently serving as Victorian Book Reviews Editor of the online journal Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net, or RaVoN (ravonjournal.org and ravon.erudit.org/?lang=en). Affiliate of the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory, the Program in Comparative and World Literature, and the Department of German. Blog posts are cross-posted at arcade.stanford.edu.
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Markley, Robert W. D. and Sara E. Trowbridge Professor
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Newcomb, Lori Humphrey Associate Professor Early modern prose fiction and drama; popular print culture; theories of representation, performance, and difference
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Wood, Gillen D'Arcy Director of Sustainability Studies Initiative in the Humanities, Professor
Romanticism, Climate Change, Catastrophism, Sustainability, Environmental History and Discourse, History of Biological and Earth Sciences, British Col ...
Romanticism, Climate Change, Catastrophism, Sustainability, Environmental History and Discourse, History of Biological and Earth Sciences, British Colonialism and Empire, European Visual Culture and Music 1750-1850
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Murison, Justine S. Associate Professor
Nineteenth-Century American Literature; Early American Literature; Medicine and Literature; Secular Studies; Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World; Hi ...
Nineteenth-Century American Literature; Early American Literature; Medicine and Literature; Secular Studies; Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World; History of the Novel
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Nazar, Hina Associate Professor
British literature and culture of the long eighteenth century; Enlightenment political and moral theory (especially Locke, the Scottish Enlightenment, ...
British literature and culture of the long eighteenth century; Enlightenment political and moral theory (especially Locke, the Scottish Enlightenment, Rousseau, and Kant); the philosophy of education; Hannah Arendt and critical social theory; George Eliot; feminist theory
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Pollock, Anthony Associate Professor
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Foote, Stephanie Professor
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Goodlad, Lauren M E Professor
Please see my Unit for Criticism Director page for complete bio and links to publications. http://criticism.english.illinois.edu/directorGoodlad.htmh ...
Please see my Unit for Criticism Director page for complete bio and links to publications. http://criticism.english.illinois.edu/directorGoodlad.htmhttp://criticism.english.illinois.edu/directorGoodlad.htm
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Rothberg, Michael Head of the Department, Professor
Critical Theory; Comparative Twentieth-Century Literatures; Holocaust Studies; Contemporary American Literature; Postcolonial Studies; Trauma, Memory, ...
Critical Theory; Comparative Twentieth-Century Literatures; Holocaust Studies; Contemporary American Literature; Postcolonial Studies; Trauma, Memory, and Justice; Please visit my personal website for a full list of publications and other information.
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Littlefield, Melissa Associate Professor literature and science
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Spires, Derrick R. Assistant Professor Representations of Race and Citizenship

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Film/Visual Culture

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Curry, Ramona Associate Professor
Ramona Curry teaches histories, theories, and strategies for writing about cinema and other forms of popular media and culture. As a Fulbright faculty ...
Ramona Curry teaches histories, theories, and strategies for writing about cinema and other forms of popular media and culture. As a Fulbright faculty award recipient in 2004, Prof. Curry taught in the Dept. of Cinema Studies at Hong Kong Baptist University and will spend Spring 2015 as the "Fulbright Distinguished Chair of American Studies" at Uppsala University in Sweden. Prof. Curry's research focuses on the sociocultural impact of media institutions, including film stars and cinema distribution and exhibition historically. She is author to date of a book on the shifting cultural functions of Mae West's image over eight decades and of numerous essays that have appeared in anthologies and journals in the US, Europe, and Asia. Prof. Curry has written extensively about German cinema and also about films made in Hong Kong. Her most recent publications draw heavily on census and genealogical records, shipping manifests, and other newly digitized government and newspaper archives, to reveal fresh facets of early trans-Pacific film distribution and reception. Prof. Curry is currently completing a monograph entitled "Trading in Cultural Spaces: How Chinese Film Came to America," which takes an urban cultural geographic and historiographic approach to rewriting American cinema history “from the margins.” The archive-research-intensive project has received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (2008, 2011) and the University of Illinois Mid-Career Faculty Release Time Award (2014).
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Somerville, Siobhan B Associate Professor
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Capino, Jose B. Associate Professor Documentary Film and Video, National and Transnational cinema, Postcolonial Criticism, Gender & Sexuality Studies, American Independent Cinema
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Markley, Robert W. D. and Sara E. Trowbridge Professor
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Newcomb, Lori Humphrey Associate Professor Early modern prose fiction and drama; popular print culture; theories of representation, performance, and difference
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Wood, Gillen D'Arcy Director of Sustainability Studies Initiative in the Humanities, Professor
Romanticism, Climate Change, Catastrophism, Sustainability, Environmental History and Discourse, History of Biological and Earth Sciences, British Col ...
Romanticism, Climate Change, Catastrophism, Sustainability, Environmental History and Discourse, History of Biological and Earth Sciences, British Colonialism and Empire, European Visual Culture and Music 1750-1850
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Goodlad, Lauren M E Professor
Please see my Unit for Criticism Director page for complete bio and links to publications. http://criticism.english.illinois.edu/directorGoodlad.htmh ...
Please see my Unit for Criticism Director page for complete bio and links to publications. http://criticism.english.illinois.edu/directorGoodlad.htmhttp://criticism.english.illinois.edu/directorGoodlad.htm
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Newcomb, Tim Associate Head, Professor
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Rodríguez, Richard T. Associate Professor
Contemporary American literature; Latino/a literature and culture; poetry; film and visual culture; gender and sexuality studies; race and ethnic stud ...
Contemporary American literature; Latino/a literature and culture; poetry; film and visual culture; gender and sexuality studies; race and ethnic studies; literary theory; cultural studies.
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Rothberg, Michael Head of the Department, Professor
Critical Theory; Comparative Twentieth-Century Literatures; Holocaust Studies; Contemporary American Literature; Postcolonial Studies; Trauma, Memory, ...
Critical Theory; Comparative Twentieth-Century Literatures; Holocaust Studies; Contemporary American Literature; Postcolonial Studies; Trauma, Memory, and Justice; Please visit my personal website for a full list of publications and other information.

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Gender/Sexuality Studies

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Curry, Ramona Associate Professor
Ramona Curry teaches histories, theories, and strategies for writing about cinema and other forms of popular media and culture. As a Fulbright faculty ...
Ramona Curry teaches histories, theories, and strategies for writing about cinema and other forms of popular media and culture. As a Fulbright faculty award recipient in 2004, Prof. Curry taught in the Dept. of Cinema Studies at Hong Kong Baptist University and will spend Spring 2015 as the "Fulbright Distinguished Chair of American Studies" at Uppsala University in Sweden. Prof. Curry's research focuses on the sociocultural impact of media institutions, including film stars and cinema distribution and exhibition historically. She is author to date of a book on the shifting cultural functions of Mae West's image over eight decades and of numerous essays that have appeared in anthologies and journals in the US, Europe, and Asia. Prof. Curry has written extensively about German cinema and also about films made in Hong Kong. Her most recent publications draw heavily on census and genealogical records, shipping manifests, and other newly digitized government and newspaper archives, to reveal fresh facets of early trans-Pacific film distribution and reception. Prof. Curry is currently completing a monograph entitled "Trading in Cultural Spaces: How Chinese Film Came to America," which takes an urban cultural geographic and historiographic approach to rewriting American cinema history “from the margins.” The archive-research-intensive project has received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (2008, 2011) and the University of Illinois Mid-Career Faculty Release Time Award (2014).
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Somerville, Siobhan B Associate Professor
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Parker, Robert Dale James M. Benson Professor
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing histori ...
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing historicist, socio-cultural criticism together with formalist criticism.
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Cacho, Lisa Marie Associate Professor
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Capino, Jose B. Associate Professor Documentary Film and Video, National and Transnational cinema, Postcolonial Criticism, Gender & Sexuality Studies, American Independent Cinema
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Newcomb, Lori Humphrey Associate Professor Early modern prose fiction and drama; popular print culture; theories of representation, performance, and difference
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Stevens, Andrea Associate Professor
Shakespeare and early modern drama; theater history from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century; performance studies, especially theories of the per ...
Shakespeare and early modern drama; theater history from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century; performance studies, especially theories of the performing body; and methods of original practices staging.
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Foote, Stephanie Professor
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Rodríguez, Richard T. Associate Professor
Contemporary American literature; Latino/a literature and culture; poetry; film and visual culture; gender and sexuality studies; race and ethnic stud ...
Contemporary American literature; Latino/a literature and culture; poetry; film and visual culture; gender and sexuality studies; race and ethnic studies; literary theory; cultural studies.
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Bauer, Dale Director of Undergraduate Studies, Professor
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Gray, Catharine Associate Professor
My second book project locates mid-seventeenth-century poetry within both the messy material realities of early modern warfare and the busy, emerging ...
My second book project locates mid-seventeenth-century poetry within both the messy material realities of early modern warfare and the busy, emerging news culture that increasingly reported these realities. In doing so, it reveals a body of war poetry heavily invested in exploring the violent subjectivities, paradoxical self-divisions, bloody oppositions, and irresolvable ethical impasses of civil war.
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Mahaffey, Vicki Kirkpatrick Professor
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Russell, Lindsay Rose Assistant Professor histories of the English Language

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Irish Studies

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Hansen, Jim Associate Professor
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Mahaffey, Vicki Kirkpatrick Professor
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Gaedtke, Andrew Assistant Professor British and Irish Modernism, Contemporary Literature, Psychoanalysis and Cognitive Science, Disability Studies, New Media Studies

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Latina/o Studies

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Cacho, Lisa Marie Associate Professor
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Rodríguez, Richard T. Associate Professor
Contemporary American literature; Latino/a literature and culture; poetry; film and visual culture; gender and sexuality studies; race and ethnic stud ...
Contemporary American literature; Latino/a literature and culture; poetry; film and visual culture; gender and sexuality studies; race and ethnic studies; literary theory; cultural studies.

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Medieval

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Baron, Dennis Professor
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Barrett, Robert W Associate Professor
Medieval British literature (esp. Middle English literature); early English drama (up to 1642); ecocriticism (esp. plants); region and locality (esp. ...
Medieval British literature (esp. Middle English literature); early English drama (up to 1642); ecocriticism (esp. plants); region and locality (esp. Cheshire and Chester)
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Camargo, Martin Joseph Professor Medieval rhetoric and poetics; Middle English literature
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Trilling, Renée R. Associate Professor Old and Middle English literature; theories of historiography and nationalism; linguistics and philology; new materialisms and body studies
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Wright, Charles D. Professor

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Modern British

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Hansen, Jim Associate Professor
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Mahaffey, Vicki Kirkpatrick Professor
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Gaedtke, Andrew Assistant Professor British and Irish Modernism, Contemporary Literature, Psychoanalysis and Cognitive Science, Disability Studies, New Media Studies

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Philology/Linguistics/Grammar

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Baron, Dennis Professor
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Prior, Paul A Professor
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Camargo, Martin Joseph Professor Medieval rhetoric and poetics; Middle English literature
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Wright, Charles D. Professor
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Russell, Lindsay Rose Assistant Professor histories of the English Language

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Poetry

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Parker, Robert Dale James M. Benson Professor
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing histori ...
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing historicist, socio-cultural criticism together with formalist criticism.
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Harrington, Janice N. Associate Professor Poetry
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Newcomb, Tim Associate Head, Professor
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Rodríguez, Richard T. Associate Professor
Contemporary American literature; Latino/a literature and culture; poetry; film and visual culture; gender and sexuality studies; race and ethnic stud ...
Contemporary American literature; Latino/a literature and culture; poetry; film and visual culture; gender and sexuality studies; race and ethnic studies; literary theory; cultural studies.
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Saville, Julia F Associate Professor
Nineteenth-century British Literature; Victorian Poetry, Poetics and Politics; Cosmopolitanism, Internationalism, and Transnationalism; Nineteenth-cen ...
Nineteenth-century British Literature; Victorian Poetry, Poetics and Politics; Cosmopolitanism, Internationalism, and Transnationalism; Nineteenth-century Republicanism; Poetry and the Visual Arts; Gender and Women's Studies
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Trilling, Renée R. Associate Professor Old and Middle English literature; theories of historiography and nationalism; linguistics and philology; new materialisms and body studies
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Perry, Curtis Professor
Early modern English literature and culture, with an emphasis upon literature's participation in political debate; Senecan tragedy; classical receptio ...
Early modern English literature and culture, with an emphasis upon literature's participation in political debate; Senecan tragedy; classical reception; historicist criticism; drama.
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Mohamed, Feisal G. Professor
Feisal Mohamed specializes in seventeenth-century British literature, with especial emphasis on John Milton. His 2011 book, 'Milton and the Post-Secu ...
Feisal Mohamed specializes in seventeenth-century British literature, with especial emphasis on John Milton. His 2011 book, 'Milton and the Post-Secular Present,' brings Milton's pre-secular thought into dialogue with current debates on the sources of ethics and politics in a post-secular world; it has received the Milton Society of America's James Holly Hanford Award for a distinguished monograph. In his latest scholarship, he focuses on issues of political sovereignty and religious liberty. With the assistance of a Mellon Foundation New Directions Fellowship, he completed an LLM at the University of Illinois' College of Law focusing on First Amendment law, laws of war and terrorism, legal theory, and international criminal law. He is one of the project leaders of 'Cultures of Law in Global Contexts,' an interdisciplinary initiative in graduate studies supported by the Graduate College's INTERSECT program. In addition to academic venues, Mohamed writes regularly for Dissent Magazine, with several contributions since January 2011 on the Egyptian Revolution. He also maintains a blog for the Huffington Post and has contributed to the New York Times series 'The Stone.' Mohamed is the current Vice President of the Milton Society of America and is a Full Member of McGill University's Centre for Research on Religion (CREOR). See the links

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Post-Colonial

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Parker, Robert Dale James M. Benson Professor
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing histori ...
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing historicist, socio-cultural criticism together with formalist criticism.
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Capino, Jose B. Associate Professor Documentary Film and Video, National and Transnational cinema, Postcolonial Criticism, Gender & Sexuality Studies, American Independent Cinema
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Koshy, Susan Director of Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory, Associate Professor
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Markley, Robert W. D. and Sara E. Trowbridge Professor
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Wood, Gillen D'Arcy Director of Sustainability Studies Initiative in the Humanities, Professor
Romanticism, Climate Change, Catastrophism, Sustainability, Environmental History and Discourse, History of Biological and Earth Sciences, British Col ...
Romanticism, Climate Change, Catastrophism, Sustainability, Environmental History and Discourse, History of Biological and Earth Sciences, British Colonialism and Empire, European Visual Culture and Music 1750-1850
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Goodlad, Lauren M E Professor
Please see my Unit for Criticism Director page for complete bio and links to publications. http://criticism.english.illinois.edu/directorGoodlad.htmh ...
Please see my Unit for Criticism Director page for complete bio and links to publications. http://criticism.english.illinois.edu/directorGoodlad.htmhttp://criticism.english.illinois.edu/directorGoodlad.htm
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Rothberg, Michael Head of the Department, Professor
Critical Theory; Comparative Twentieth-Century Literatures; Holocaust Studies; Contemporary American Literature; Postcolonial Studies; Trauma, Memory, ...
Critical Theory; Comparative Twentieth-Century Literatures; Holocaust Studies; Contemporary American Literature; Postcolonial Studies; Trauma, Memory, and Justice; Please visit my personal website for a full list of publications and other information.
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Byrd, Jodi A. Associate Professor Indigenous studies and governance, indigenous and postcolonial literatures, cultural studies, film, theory

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Romantic

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Wood, Gillen D'Arcy Director of Sustainability Studies Initiative in the Humanities, Professor
Romanticism, Climate Change, Catastrophism, Sustainability, Environmental History and Discourse, History of Biological and Earth Sciences, British Col ...
Romanticism, Climate Change, Catastrophism, Sustainability, Environmental History and Discourse, History of Biological and Earth Sciences, British Colonialism and Empire, European Visual Culture and Music 1750-1850
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Murison, Justine S. Associate Professor
Nineteenth-Century American Literature; Early American Literature; Medicine and Literature; Secular Studies; Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World; Hi ...
Nineteenth-Century American Literature; Early American Literature; Medicine and Literature; Secular Studies; Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World; History of the Novel
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Nazar, Hina Associate Professor
British literature and culture of the long eighteenth century; Enlightenment political and moral theory (especially Locke, the Scottish Enlightenment, ...
British literature and culture of the long eighteenth century; Enlightenment political and moral theory (especially Locke, the Scottish Enlightenment, Rousseau, and Kant); the philosophy of education; Hannah Arendt and critical social theory; George Eliot; feminist theory
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Underwood, Ted Professor and LAS Centennial Scholar Text mining in large digital libraries
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Saville, Julia F Associate Professor
Nineteenth-century British Literature; Victorian Poetry, Poetics and Politics; Cosmopolitanism, Internationalism, and Transnationalism; Nineteenth-cen ...
Nineteenth-century British Literature; Victorian Poetry, Poetics and Politics; Cosmopolitanism, Internationalism, and Transnationalism; Nineteenth-century Republicanism; Poetry and the Visual Arts; Gender and Women's Studies

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Science, Technology, and Digital Media

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Courtemanche, Eleanor Associate Professor
Economic and political approaches to Victorian fiction; history of economic theory in Europe and America; socialism and anarchism; history of urban pl ...
Economic and political approaches to Victorian fiction; history of economic theory in Europe and America; socialism and anarchism; history of urban planning; narrative theory; irony and comedy. Currently serving as Victorian Book Reviews Editor of the online journal Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net, or RaVoN (ravonjournal.org and ravon.erudit.org/?lang=en). Affiliate of the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory, the Program in Comparative and World Literature, and the Department of German. Blog posts are cross-posted at arcade.stanford.edu.
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Markley, Robert W. D. and Sara E. Trowbridge Professor
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Wood, Gillen D'Arcy Director of Sustainability Studies Initiative in the Humanities, Professor
Romanticism, Climate Change, Catastrophism, Sustainability, Environmental History and Discourse, History of Biological and Earth Sciences, British Col ...
Romanticism, Climate Change, Catastrophism, Sustainability, Environmental History and Discourse, History of Biological and Earth Sciences, British Colonialism and Empire, European Visual Culture and Music 1750-1850
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Underwood, Ted Professor and LAS Centennial Scholar Text mining in large digital libraries
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Schaffner, Spencer Associate Professor born-digital scholarship, environmental criticism, comics and graphic narratives, writing studies, brain-based writing disorders, writing pedagogy
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Prior, Paul A Professor
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Littlefield, Melissa Associate Professor literature and science

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Seventeenth Century

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Barrett, Robert W Associate Professor
Medieval British literature (esp. Middle English literature); early English drama (up to 1642); ecocriticism (esp. plants); region and locality (esp. ...
Medieval British literature (esp. Middle English literature); early English drama (up to 1642); ecocriticism (esp. plants); region and locality (esp. Cheshire and Chester)
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Markley, Robert W. D. and Sara E. Trowbridge Professor
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Newcomb, Lori Humphrey Associate Professor Early modern prose fiction and drama; popular print culture; theories of representation, performance, and difference
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Stevens, Andrea Associate Professor
Shakespeare and early modern drama; theater history from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century; performance studies, especially theories of the per ...
Shakespeare and early modern drama; theater history from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century; performance studies, especially theories of the performing body; and methods of original practices staging.
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Gray, Catharine Associate Professor
My second book project locates mid-seventeenth-century poetry within both the messy material realities of early modern warfare and the busy, emerging ...
My second book project locates mid-seventeenth-century poetry within both the messy material realities of early modern warfare and the busy, emerging news culture that increasingly reported these realities. In doing so, it reveals a body of war poetry heavily invested in exploring the violent subjectivities, paradoxical self-divisions, bloody oppositions, and irresolvable ethical impasses of civil war.
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Perry, Curtis Professor
Early modern English literature and culture, with an emphasis upon literature's participation in political debate; Senecan tragedy; classical receptio ...
Early modern English literature and culture, with an emphasis upon literature's participation in political debate; Senecan tragedy; classical reception; historicist criticism; drama.
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Mohamed, Feisal G. Professor
Feisal Mohamed specializes in seventeenth-century British literature, with especial emphasis on John Milton. His 2011 book, 'Milton and the Post-Secu ...
Feisal Mohamed specializes in seventeenth-century British literature, with especial emphasis on John Milton. His 2011 book, 'Milton and the Post-Secular Present,' brings Milton's pre-secular thought into dialogue with current debates on the sources of ethics and politics in a post-secular world; it has received the Milton Society of America's James Holly Hanford Award for a distinguished monograph. In his latest scholarship, he focuses on issues of political sovereignty and religious liberty. With the assistance of a Mellon Foundation New Directions Fellowship, he completed an LLM at the University of Illinois' College of Law focusing on First Amendment law, laws of war and terrorism, legal theory, and international criminal law. He is one of the project leaders of 'Cultures of Law in Global Contexts,' an interdisciplinary initiative in graduate studies supported by the Graduate College's INTERSECT program. In addition to academic venues, Mohamed writes regularly for Dissent Magazine, with several contributions since January 2011 on the Egyptian Revolution. He also maintains a blog for the Huffington Post and has contributed to the New York Times series 'The Stone.' Mohamed is the current Vice President of the Milton Society of America and is a Full Member of McGill University's Centre for Research on Religion (CREOR). See the links

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Sixteenth Century

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Barrett, Robert W Associate Professor
Medieval British literature (esp. Middle English literature); early English drama (up to 1642); ecocriticism (esp. plants); region and locality (esp. ...
Medieval British literature (esp. Middle English literature); early English drama (up to 1642); ecocriticism (esp. plants); region and locality (esp. Cheshire and Chester)
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Newcomb, Lori Humphrey Associate Professor Early modern prose fiction and drama; popular print culture; theories of representation, performance, and difference
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Stevens, Andrea Associate Professor
Shakespeare and early modern drama; theater history from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century; performance studies, especially theories of the per ...
Shakespeare and early modern drama; theater history from the fifteenth to the seventeenth century; performance studies, especially theories of the performing body; and methods of original practices staging.
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Gray, Catharine Associate Professor
My second book project locates mid-seventeenth-century poetry within both the messy material realities of early modern warfare and the busy, emerging ...
My second book project locates mid-seventeenth-century poetry within both the messy material realities of early modern warfare and the busy, emerging news culture that increasingly reported these realities. In doing so, it reveals a body of war poetry heavily invested in exploring the violent subjectivities, paradoxical self-divisions, bloody oppositions, and irresolvable ethical impasses of civil war.
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Perry, Curtis Professor
Early modern English literature and culture, with an emphasis upon literature's participation in political debate; Senecan tragedy; classical receptio ...
Early modern English literature and culture, with an emphasis upon literature's participation in political debate; Senecan tragedy; classical reception; historicist criticism; drama.
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Mohamed, Feisal G. Professor
Feisal Mohamed specializes in seventeenth-century British literature, with especial emphasis on John Milton. His 2011 book, 'Milton and the Post-Secu ...
Feisal Mohamed specializes in seventeenth-century British literature, with especial emphasis on John Milton. His 2011 book, 'Milton and the Post-Secular Present,' brings Milton's pre-secular thought into dialogue with current debates on the sources of ethics and politics in a post-secular world; it has received the Milton Society of America's James Holly Hanford Award for a distinguished monograph. In his latest scholarship, he focuses on issues of political sovereignty and religious liberty. With the assistance of a Mellon Foundation New Directions Fellowship, he completed an LLM at the University of Illinois' College of Law focusing on First Amendment law, laws of war and terrorism, legal theory, and international criminal law. He is one of the project leaders of 'Cultures of Law in Global Contexts,' an interdisciplinary initiative in graduate studies supported by the Graduate College's INTERSECT program. In addition to academic venues, Mohamed writes regularly for Dissent Magazine, with several contributions since January 2011 on the Egyptian Revolution. He also maintains a blog for the Huffington Post and has contributed to the New York Times series 'The Stone.' Mohamed is the current Vice President of the Milton Society of America and is a Full Member of McGill University's Centre for Research on Religion (CREOR). See the links

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Teacher Training

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Baron, Dennis Professor
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Schaffner, Spencer Associate Professor born-digital scholarship, environmental criticism, comics and graphic narratives, writing studies, brain-based writing disorders, writing pedagogy

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Theory & Criticism

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Curry, Ramona Associate Professor
Ramona Curry teaches histories, theories, and strategies for writing about cinema and other forms of popular media and culture. As a Fulbright faculty ...
Ramona Curry teaches histories, theories, and strategies for writing about cinema and other forms of popular media and culture. As a Fulbright faculty award recipient in 2004, Prof. Curry taught in the Dept. of Cinema Studies at Hong Kong Baptist University and will spend Spring 2015 as the "Fulbright Distinguished Chair of American Studies" at Uppsala University in Sweden. Prof. Curry's research focuses on the sociocultural impact of media institutions, including film stars and cinema distribution and exhibition historically. She is author to date of a book on the shifting cultural functions of Mae West's image over eight decades and of numerous essays that have appeared in anthologies and journals in the US, Europe, and Asia. Prof. Curry has written extensively about German cinema and also about films made in Hong Kong. Her most recent publications draw heavily on census and genealogical records, shipping manifests, and other newly digitized government and newspaper archives, to reveal fresh facets of early trans-Pacific film distribution and reception. Prof. Curry is currently completing a monograph entitled "Trading in Cultural Spaces: How Chinese Film Came to America," which takes an urban cultural geographic and historiographic approach to rewriting American cinema history “from the margins.” The archive-research-intensive project has received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (2008, 2011) and the University of Illinois Mid-Career Faculty Release Time Award (2014).
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Freeburg, Christopher Associate Professor American and African American Literature; The Idea of Black Culture; The American Novel after 1850; Slavery in the Atlantic World; Media Aesthetics
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Somerville, Siobhan B Associate Professor
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Parker, Robert Dale James M. Benson Professor
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing histori ...
American literature, especially fiction and poetry, especially after 1900. Critical theory. American Indian literature. Interested in bringing historicist, socio-cultural criticism together with formalist criticism.
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Capino, Jose B. Associate Professor Documentary Film and Video, National and Transnational cinema, Postcolonial Criticism, Gender & Sexuality Studies, American Independent Cinema
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Koshy, Susan Director of Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory, Associate Professor
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Courtemanche, Eleanor Associate Professor
Economic and political approaches to Victorian fiction; history of economic theory in Europe and America; socialism and anarchism; history of urban pl ...
Economic and political approaches to Victorian fiction; history of economic theory in Europe and America; socialism and anarchism; history of urban planning; narrative theory; irony and comedy. Currently serving as Victorian Book Reviews Editor of the online journal Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net, or RaVoN (ravonjournal.org and ravon.erudit.org/?lang=en). Affiliate of the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory, the Program in Comparative and World Literature, and the Department of German. Blog posts are cross-posted at arcade.stanford.edu.
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Markley, Robert W. D. and Sara E. Trowbridge Professor
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Newcomb, Lori Humphrey Associate Professor Early modern prose fiction and drama; popular print culture; theories of representation, performance, and difference
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Murison, Justine S. Associate Professor
Nineteenth-Century American Literature; Early American Literature; Medicine and Literature; Secular Studies; Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World; Hi ...
Nineteenth-Century American Literature; Early American Literature; Medicine and Literature; Secular Studies; Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World; History of the Novel
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Nazar, Hina Associate Professor
British literature and culture of the long eighteenth century; Enlightenment political and moral theory (especially Locke, the Scottish Enlightenment, ...
British literature and culture of the long eighteenth century; Enlightenment political and moral theory (especially Locke, the Scottish Enlightenment, Rousseau, and Kant); the philosophy of education; Hannah Arendt and critical social theory; George Eliot; feminist theory
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Foote, Stephanie Professor
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Goodlad, Lauren M E Professor
Please see my Unit for Criticism Director page for complete bio and links to publications. http://criticism.english.illinois.edu/directorGoodlad.htmh ...
Please see my Unit for Criticism Director page for complete bio and links to publications. http://criticism.english.illinois.edu/directorGoodlad.htmhttp://criticism.english.illinois.edu/directorGoodlad.htm
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Rodríguez, Richard T. Associate Professor
Contemporary American literature; Latino/a literature and culture; poetry; film and visual culture; gender and sexuality studies; race and ethnic stud ...
Contemporary American literature; Latino/a literature and culture; poetry; film and visual culture; gender and sexuality studies; race and ethnic studies; literary theory; cultural studies.
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Saville, Julia F Associate Professor
Nineteenth-century British Literature; Victorian Poetry, Poetics and Politics; Cosmopolitanism, Internationalism, and Transnationalism; Nineteenth-cen ...
Nineteenth-century British Literature; Victorian Poetry, Poetics and Politics; Cosmopolitanism, Internationalism, and Transnationalism; Nineteenth-century Republicanism; Poetry and the Visual Arts; Gender and Women's Studies
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Bauer, Dale Director of Undergraduate Studies, Professor
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Trilling, Renée R. Associate Professor Old and Middle English literature; theories of historiography and nationalism; linguistics and philology; new materialisms and body studies
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Rothberg, Michael Head of the Department, Professor
Critical Theory; Comparative Twentieth-Century Literatures; Holocaust Studies; Contemporary American Literature; Postcolonial Studies; Trauma, Memory, ...
Critical Theory; Comparative Twentieth-Century Literatures; Holocaust Studies; Contemporary American Literature; Postcolonial Studies; Trauma, Memory, and Justice; Please visit my personal website for a full list of publications and other information.
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Perry, Curtis Professor
Early modern English literature and culture, with an emphasis upon literature's participation in political debate; Senecan tragedy; classical receptio ...
Early modern English literature and culture, with an emphasis upon literature's participation in political debate; Senecan tragedy; classical reception; historicist criticism; drama.
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Mohamed, Feisal G. Professor
Feisal Mohamed specializes in seventeenth-century British literature, with especial emphasis on John Milton. His 2011 book, 'Milton and the Post-Secu ...
Feisal Mohamed specializes in seventeenth-century British literature, with especial emphasis on John Milton. His 2011 book, 'Milton and the Post-Secular Present,' brings Milton's pre-secular thought into dialogue with current debates on the sources of ethics and politics in a post-secular world; it has received the Milton Society of America's James Holly Hanford Award for a distinguished monograph. In his latest scholarship, he focuses on issues of political sovereignty and religious liberty. With the assistance of a Mellon Foundation New Directions Fellowship, he completed an LLM at the University of Illinois' College of Law focusing on First Amendment law, laws of war and terrorism, legal theory, and international criminal law. He is one of the project leaders of 'Cultures of Law in Global Contexts,' an interdisciplinary initiative in graduate studies supported by the Graduate College's INTERSECT program. In addition to academic venues, Mohamed writes regularly for Dissent Magazine, with several contributions since January 2011 on the Egyptian Revolution. He also maintains a blog for the Huffington Post and has contributed to the New York Times series 'The Stone.' Mohamed is the current Vice President of the Milton Society of America and is a Full Member of McGill University's Centre for Research on Religion (CREOR). See the links
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Littlefield, Melissa Associate Professor literature and science
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Hansen, Jim Associate Professor
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Byrd, Jodi A. Associate Professor Indigenous studies and governance, indigenous and postcolonial literatures, cultural studies, film, theory
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Mahaffey, Vicki Kirkpatrick Professor
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Gaedtke, Andrew Assistant Professor British and Irish Modernism, Contemporary Literature, Psychoanalysis and Cognitive Science, Disability Studies, New Media Studies

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Victorian

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Courtemanche, Eleanor Associate Professor
Economic and political approaches to Victorian fiction; history of economic theory in Europe and America; socialism and anarchism; history of urban pl ...
Economic and political approaches to Victorian fiction; history of economic theory in Europe and America; socialism and anarchism; history of urban planning; narrative theory; irony and comedy. Currently serving as Victorian Book Reviews Editor of the online journal Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net, or RaVoN (ravonjournal.org and ravon.erudit.org/?lang=en). Affiliate of the Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory, the Program in Comparative and World Literature, and the Department of German. Blog posts are cross-posted at arcade.stanford.edu.
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Nazar, Hina Associate Professor
British literature and culture of the long eighteenth century; Enlightenment political and moral theory (especially Locke, the Scottish Enlightenment, ...
British literature and culture of the long eighteenth century; Enlightenment political and moral theory (especially Locke, the Scottish Enlightenment, Rousseau, and Kant); the philosophy of education; Hannah Arendt and critical social theory; George Eliot; feminist theory
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Goodlad, Lauren M E Professor
Please see my Unit for Criticism Director page for complete bio and links to publications. http://criticism.english.illinois.edu/directorGoodlad.htmh ...
Please see my Unit for Criticism Director page for complete bio and links to publications. http://criticism.english.illinois.edu/directorGoodlad.htmhttp://criticism.english.illinois.edu/directorGoodlad.htm
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Saville, Julia F Associate Professor
Nineteenth-century British Literature; Victorian Poetry, Poetics and Politics; Cosmopolitanism, Internationalism, and Transnationalism; Nineteenth-cen ...
Nineteenth-century British Literature; Victorian Poetry, Poetics and Politics; Cosmopolitanism, Internationalism, and Transnationalism; Nineteenth-century Republicanism; Poetry and the Visual Arts; Gender and Women's Studies

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Women's Literature

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Curry, Ramona Associate Professor
Ramona Curry teaches histories, theories, and strategies for writing about cinema and other forms of popular media and culture. As a Fulbright faculty ...
Ramona Curry teaches histories, theories, and strategies for writing about cinema and other forms of popular media and culture. As a Fulbright faculty award recipient in 2004, Prof. Curry taught in the Dept. of Cinema Studies at Hong Kong Baptist University and will spend Spring 2015 as the "Fulbright Distinguished Chair of American Studies" at Uppsala University in Sweden. Prof. Curry's research focuses on the sociocultural impact of media institutions, including film stars and cinema distribution and exhibition historically. She is author to date of a book on the shifting cultural functions of Mae West's image over eight decades and of numerous essays that have appeared in anthologies and journals in the US, Europe, and Asia. Prof. Curry has written extensively about German cinema and also about films made in Hong Kong. Her most recent publications draw heavily on census and genealogical records, shipping manifests, and other newly digitized government and newspaper archives, to reveal fresh facets of early trans-Pacific film distribution and reception. Prof. Curry is currently completing a monograph entitled "Trading in Cultural Spaces: How Chinese Film Came to America," which takes an urban cultural geographic and historiographic approach to rewriting American cinema history “from the margins.” The archive-research-intensive project has received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (2008, 2011) and the University of Illinois Mid-Career Faculty Release Time Award (2014).
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Newcomb, Lori Humphrey Associate Professor Early modern prose fiction and drama; popular print culture; theories of representation, performance, and difference
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Saville, Julia F Associate Professor
Nineteenth-century British Literature; Victorian Poetry, Poetics and Politics; Cosmopolitanism, Internationalism, and Transnationalism; Nineteenth-cen ...
Nineteenth-century British Literature; Victorian Poetry, Poetics and Politics; Cosmopolitanism, Internationalism, and Transnationalism; Nineteenth-century Republicanism; Poetry and the Visual Arts; Gender and Women's Studies
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Bauer, Dale Director of Undergraduate Studies, Professor
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Gray, Catharine Associate Professor
My second book project locates mid-seventeenth-century poetry within both the messy material realities of early modern warfare and the busy, emerging ...
My second book project locates mid-seventeenth-century poetry within both the messy material realities of early modern warfare and the busy, emerging news culture that increasingly reported these realities. In doing so, it reveals a body of war poetry heavily invested in exploring the violent subjectivities, paradoxical self-divisions, bloody oppositions, and irresolvable ethical impasses of civil war.
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Mahaffey, Vicki Kirkpatrick Professor

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Writing Studies

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Baron, Dennis Professor
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Schaffner, Spencer Associate Professor born-digital scholarship, environmental criticism, comics and graphic narratives, writing studies, brain-based writing disorders, writing pedagogy
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Mortensen, Peter Associate Professor History of rhetoric and literacy in the U.S.
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Prior, Paul A Professor
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Ritter, Kelly Director of the Undergraduate Rhetoric Program, Professor Archival Studies and Historiography; Writing Program Administration; Composition Theory; Pedagogical Theory; Digital Rhetorics and Online Discourse

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