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/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/alaimo.jpgsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/alaimo.jpgenglishalaimo.jpgStacy AlaimoProfessoralaimo@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

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/bjk.jpgsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/bjk.jpgenglishbjk.jpgBruce KrajewskiProfessorDepartment Chairbkrajewski@uta.edu203B Carlisle HallPhDUniversity of Iowa1988817-272-2692http://brucekrajewski.net/YesYesYes

Bruce Krajewski

( PhD , University of Iowa , 1988 )
Professor , Department Chair



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

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/matheson.JPGsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/matheson.JPGenglishmatheson.JPGNeill MathesonAssociate ProfessorGraduate Advisormatheson@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

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

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 ProfessorAssociate Department Chairkporter1@uta.edu602 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 , Associate 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: 602 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 RoemerProfessorroemer@uta.edu405 Carlisle HallPhDUniversity of Pennsylvania1971https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/kenneth-roemerYes

Kenneth Roemer

( PhD , University of Pennsylvania , 1971 )
Professor



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

/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/warrenk2.jpgsite://english/_images/People/Full Time Faculty/warrenk2.jpgenglishwarrenk2.jpgwarrenk2.jpgKathryn WarrenSenior LecturerGraduate Coordinatorkwarren@uta.edu206 Carlisle HallPhDUniversity of Texas at Austin2010817-272-0466https://mentis.uta.edu/explore/profile/kathryn-warrenYesYesYes

Kathryn Warren

( PhD , University of Texas at Austin , 2010 )
Senior Lecturer , Graduate Coordinator



Office: 206 Carlisle Hall | Phone: 817-272-0466 | Email: kwarren@uta.edu