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/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/alaimo.jpgsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/alaimo.jpgenglishalaimo.jpgStacy AlaimoProfessorNot accepting new graduate students for MA or PhD committee supervision.alaimo@uta.edu411 Carlisle HallPhDUniversity of Illinois1994https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/stacy-alaimoYesResearch Interests: American literature and cultural studies (19th and 20th-century US literature, film, activism, performance, visual culture, multicultural literatures, feminist literatures); trans-disciplinary critical theory (gender theory, environmental theories, posthumanism, animal studies, new materialism, material feminism, the Anthropocene); environmental humanities (environmental literature, film, culture, and theory; gender and the environment; environmental health; environmental justice); science studies (feminist, environmental, marine) Dr. Alaimo's Personal Homepage

Stacy Alaimo

( PhD , University of Illinois , 1994 )
Professor , Not accepting new graduate students for MA or PhD committee supervision.

Research Interests: American literature and cultural studies (19th and 20th-century US literature, film, activism, performance, visual culture, multicultural literatures, feminist literatures); trans-disciplinary critical theory (gender theory, environmental theories, posthumanism, animal studies, new materialism, material feminism, the Anthropocene); environmental humanities (environmental literature, film, culture, and theory; gender and the environment; environmental health; environmental justice); science studies (feminist, environmental, marine)

Dr. Alaimo's Personal Homepage


Office: 411 Carlisle Hall | Email: alaimo@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/beck.jpgsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/beck.jpgenglishbeck.jpgbeck.jpgEstee BeckAssistant Professorestee.beck@uta.edu525 Carlisle HallPhDBowling Green State University2015https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/estee%20-beckYesResearch Interests: computers and writing, digital rhetoric, surveillance and privacy, technical writing, digital humanities, gender and technology.

Estee Beck

( PhD , Bowling Green State University , 2015 )
Assistant Professor

Research Interests: computers and writing, digital rhetoric, surveillance and privacy, technical writing, digital humanities, gender and technology.

Office: 525 Carlisle Hall | Email: estee.beck@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/paul_conrad.JPGsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/paul_conrad.JPGenglishpaul_conrad.JPGPaul ConradAssistant ProfessorHistorypaul.conrad@uta.edu322 University HallPhDUniversity of Texas at Austin2011817-272-2517https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/paul+-conradYesResearch Interests: Native American Studies, Borderlands Studies, Colonial North American History, History of Slavery.

Paul Conrad

( PhD , University of Texas at Austin , 2011 )
Assistant Professor of History

Research Interests: Native American Studies, Borderlands Studies, Colonial North American History, History of Slavery.

Office: 322 University Hall | Phone: 817-272-2517 | Email: paul.conrad@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/stodnick.JPGsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/stodnick.JPGenglishstodnick.JPGJacqueline FayAssociate Professorjacqueline.fay@uta.edu609 Carlisle HallPhDUniversity of Notre Dame2003https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/jacqueline-fayYesResearch Interests: Anglo-Saxon literature and culture, history of the English language, history of the book

Jacqueline Fay

( PhD , University of Notre Dame , 2003 )
Associate Professor

Research Interests: Anglo-Saxon literature and culture, history of the English language, history of the book

Office: 609 Carlisle Hall | Email: jacqueline.fay@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/frank.JPGsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/frank.JPGenglishfrank.JPGLuanne FrankAssociate Professorlfrank@uta.edu522 Carlisle HallPhDUniversity of Michigan1970https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/luanne-frankYesResearch Interests: theory and criticism, with an emphasis on Continental philosophy, especially the work of Heidegger, Foucault, and Nietzsche; hermeneutics and semiotics; 19th-20th-century German literature.

Luanne Frank

( PhD , University of Michigan , 1970 )
Associate Professor

Research Interests: theory and criticism, with an emphasis on Continental philosophy, especially the work of Heidegger, Foucault, and Nietzsche; hermeneutics and semiotics; 19th-20th-century German literature.

Office: 522 Carlisle Hall | Email: lfrank@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/gustafson2.JPGsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/gustafson2.JPGenglishgustafson2.JPGKevin GustafsonAssociate ProfessorInterim DeanHonors College, Service Learninggustafson@uta.edu100B Carlisle Hall 611PhDUniversity of Virginia1996817-272-7460https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/kevin-gustafsonYesResearch Interests: Medieval literature, Medieval and early modern rhetoric, pre-modern sexualities, 16th-century English literature, Chaucer

Kevin Gustafson

( PhD , University of Virginia , 1996 )
Associate Professor , Interim Dean of Honors College, Service Learning

Research Interests: Medieval literature, Medieval and early modern rhetoric, pre-modern sexualities, 16th-century English literature, Chaucer

Office: 100B Carlisle Hall 611 | Phone: 817-272-7460 | Email: gustafson@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/henderson.jpgsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/henderson.jpgenglishhenderson.jpgDesiree HendersonAssociate Professordhenderson@uta.edu603 Carlisle HallPhDUniversity of California San Diego2001https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/desiree-hendersonYesResearch Interests: early American literature, women's and gender studies, life writing

Desiree Henderson

( PhD , University of California San Diego , 2001 )
Associate Professor

Research Interests: early American literature, women's and gender studies, life writing

Office: 603 Carlisle Hall | Email: dhenderson@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/ingram.JPGsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/ingram.JPGenglishingram.JPGPenelope IngramAssociate Professorpingram@uta.edu410 Carlisle HallPhDUniversiity of New South Wales1999https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/dr-penelope-ingramYesResearch Interests: psychoanalytic and post-structuralist feminist thought, particularly the work of Luce Irigaray, and postcolonial theory, particularly Frantz Fanon and Gayatri Spivak; film studies

Penelope Ingram

( PhD , Universiity of New South Wales , 1999 )
Associate Professor

Research Interests: psychoanalytic and post-structuralist feminist thought, particularly the work of Luce Irigaray, and postcolonial theory, particularly Frantz Fanon and Gayatri Spivak; film studies

Office: 410 Carlisle Hall | Email: pingram@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/matheson.JPGsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/matheson.JPGenglishmatheson.JPGNeill MathesonAssociate ProfessorGraduate Advisormatheson@uta.eduenglish.gradadvisor@uta.edu406 Carlisle HallPhDJohn Hopkins University1995https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/neill-mathesonYesYesYesResearch Interests: 19th-century American literature, American literature and the environment, Animal Studies, American literature and psychology, American Gothic, gender and sexuality, literary criticism and theory.
Please direct all Graduate Advisor queries to english.gradadvisor@uta.edu

Neill Matheson

( PhD , John Hopkins University , 1995 )
Associate Professor , Graduate Advisor

Research Interests: 19th-century American literature, American literature and the environment, Animal Studies, American literature and psychology, American Gothic, gender and sexuality, literary criticism and theory.

Please direct all Graduate Advisor queries to english.gradadvisor@uta.edu



Office: 406 Carlisle Hall | Email: matheson@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/cedrick-may.jpgsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/cedrick-may.jpgenglishcedrick-may.jpgCedrick MayAssociate Professorcedrick.may@uta.edu605 Carlisle HallPhDPenn State University2003https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/cedrick-mayYes

Cedrick May

( PhD , Penn State University , 2003 )
Associate Professor



Office: 605 Carlisle Hall | Email: cedrick.may@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/morris.JPGsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/morris.JPGenglishmorris.JPGTim MorrisProfessortmorris@uta.edu420 Carlisle HallPhDPrinceton University1983https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/timothy-morrisYesResearch Interests: sports studies, world/comparative literature, juvenile literature

Tim Morris

( PhD , Princeton University , 1983 )
Professor

Research Interests: sports studies, world/comparative literature, juvenile literature

Office: 420 Carlisle Hall | Email: tmorris@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/Erin Murrah Mandril.jpgsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/Erin Murrah Mandril.jpgenglishErin Murrah Mandril.jpgErin Murrah Mandril.jpgErin Murrah-MandrilAssistant ProfessorResearch AssociateCenter for Mexican American Studieserin.murrahmandril@uta.edu612 Carlisle HallPhDUniversity of New Mexico2014https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/erin%20-murrah-mandrilYesResearch Interests: late 19th and 20th-century American literature, Mexican American literature, Cultural Studies, literature of the US West and Southwest, literary recovery

Erin Murrah-Mandril

( PhD , University of New Mexico , 2014 )
Assistant Professor , Research Associate of Center for Mexican American Studies

Research Interests: late 19th and 20th-century American literature, Mexican American literature, Cultural Studies, literature of the US West and Southwest, literary recovery

Office: 612 Carlisle Hall | Email: erin.murrahmandril@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/porter.JPGsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/porter.JPGenglishporter.JPGKevin PorterAssociate ProfessorDepartment Chairkporter1@uta.edu203 Carlisle HallPhDUniversity of Winsconsin-Madison2002817-272-2692https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/kevin-porterYesYesResearch Interests: composition theory and pedagogy; cultural studies; critical theory; hermeneutics; J. R. R. Tolkien; literary theory; philosophy of language, mind, and time; rhetorical history and theory; semiotics.

Kevin Porter

( PhD , University of Winsconsin-Madison , 2002 )
Associate Professor , Department Chair

Research Interests: composition theory and pedagogy; cultural studies; critical theory; hermeneutics; J. R. R. Tolkien; literary theory; philosophy of language, mind, and time; rhetorical history and theory; semiotics.

Office: 203 Carlisle Hall | Phone: 817-272-2692 | Email: kporter1@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/Kenton_Rambsy.jpgsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/Kenton_Rambsy.jpgenglishKenton_Rambsy.jpgKenton RambsyAssistant Professorkenton. rambsy@uta.edu413 Carlisle HallPhDUniversity of Kansas2015https://www.uta.edu/profiles/kenton%20-rambsyYesResearch Interests: 20th and 21st-century African American fiction, short fiction, digital humanities (text mining, topic modeling), African American music (hip hop)

Kenton Rambsy

( PhD , University of Kansas , 2015 )
Assistant Professor

Research Interests: 20th and 21st-century African American fiction, short fiction, digital humanities (text mining, topic modeling), African American music (hip hop)

Office: 413 Carlisle Hall | Email: kenton. rambsy@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/richardson2.JPGsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/richardson2.JPGenglishrichardson2.JPGTim RichardsonAssociate Professortrichardson@uta.edu424 Carlisle HallPhDLoyola University Chicago2004https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/timothy-richardsonYes

Tim Richardson

( PhD , Loyola University Chicago , 2004 )
Associate Professor



Office: 424 Carlisle Hall | Email: trichardson@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/roemer2.jpgsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/roemer2.jpgenglishroemer2.jpgKenneth RoemerProfessorNot accepting new graduate students for MA or PhD committee supervision.roemer@uta.edu405 Carlisle HallPhDUniversity of Pennsylvania1971https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/kenneth-roemerYes

Kenneth Roemer

( PhD , University of Pennsylvania , 1971 )
Professor , Not accepting new graduate students for MA or PhD committee supervision.



Office: 405 Carlisle Hall | Email: roemer@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/Tigner new.jpgsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/Tigner new.jpgenglishTigner new.jpgTigner new.jpgAmy TignerAssociate Professoratigner@uta.edu622 Carlisle HallPhDStanford University2004817-272-0466https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/amy-tignerYesResearch Interests: 16th-century British literature and culture, Shakespeare, food studies

Amy Tigner

( PhD , Stanford University , 2004 )
Associate Professor

Research Interests: 16th-century British literature and culture, Shakespeare, food studies

Office: 622 Carlisle Hall | Phone: 817-272-0466 | Email: atigner@uta.edu

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/warren.jpgsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/warren.jpgenglishwarren.jpgJim WarrenAssociate Professorjewarren@uta.edu404 Carlisle HallPhDUniversity of Texas at Austin2006https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/james-warrenYesResearch Interests: rhetoric and composition, pedagogy

Jim Warren

( PhD , University of Texas at Austin , 2006 )
Associate Professor

Research Interests: rhetoric and composition, pedagogy

Office: 404 Carlisle Hall | Email: jewarren@uta.edu