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Academics

Faculty Research Interests

Research Clusters 

Clusters are comprised of faculty members and dissertators who want to workshop their research and discuss new scholarship related to a specific field or a particular topic or theme. The cluster in place from 2017 to 2019 is as follows:

Posthumanism (Stacy Alaimo, Jackie Fay, Neill Matheson, Erin Murrah-Mandril, Jason Hogue)

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This fall (2017), faculty and ABD doctoral students will be launching the new Research Clusters by workshopping their research and discussing new work in these fields.

American Literature: Alaimo, Conrad, Henderson, Matheson, Morris, Murrah-Mandril, Rambsy, Roemer
 
British Literature: Fay, Tigner
 
Cultural Studies: Alaimo, Ingram, Morris, Murrah-Mandril, Porter, Tigner
 
Digital Humanities and New Media Studies: Beck, Rambsy, Richardson, Tigner  
 
Early Modern Studies: Tigner
 
Environmental Studies: Alaimo, Fay, Matheson, Tigner
 
Film Studies: Alaimo, Ingram, Richardson
 
History of the Book: Fay, Henderson, Tigner
 
Literary and Critical Theory: Alaimo, Fay, Frank, Ingram, Matheson, Murrah-Mandril, Porter, Richardson
          
Medieval Studies: Fay
 
Multicultural Literature: Alaimo, Ingram, Murrah-Mandril, Rambsy, Roemer     
 
Queer Studies and Gay and Lesbian Literature: Alaimo, Ingram
 
Rhetoric and Composition: Beck, Porter, Richardson, Warren
 
Technical and Professional Communication: Beck
 
Women's and Gender Studies: Alaimo, Beck, Fay, Henderson, Ingram, Matheson, Tigner
 
World, Comparative, and Postcolonial Literature and Theory: Frank, Ingram, Morris