People

Full-Time Faculty

Stuart Sherman

Faculty members teach, research, and publish in virtually every field of English, American, and postcolonial literatures as well as literary criticism, theory, cultural studies, and creative writing. Our particular strengths include medieval, early modern, 18th-century, and American literatures and cultures.

Faculty A-E

Andrew Albin
Assistant Professor
PhD, Brandeis University
Areas of Interest: Medieval; Renaissance; Literary & Cultural Theory

Eva Badowska
Dean, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
Associate Professor
PhD, Cornell University
Areas of Interest: 19th Century British; Literary & Cultural Theory; Film

Mary Bly
Professor
PhD, Yale University
Areas of Interest: Renaissance; Literary & Cultural Theory; Creative Writing

Frank Boyle
Associate Professor
PhD, Trinity College (Dublin)
Areas of Interest: 18th Century British; Literary & Cultural Theory

John Bugg
Associate Professor;
Director, Graduate Studies (DGS)
PhD, Princeton University
Areas of Interest: 18th Century British; 19th Century British

Edward Cahill
Associate Professor
PhD, Rutgers University
Areas of Interest: Early American; Literary & Cultural Theory
On Leave Spring 2016.

Mark Caldwell
Professor
PhD, Harvard University
Areas of Interest: Renaissance; Modern American

Leonard Cassuto
Professor
PhD, Harvard University
Areas of Interest: Early & Modern American; Creative Writing

Martin Chase
Professor; Editorial Board, Traditio
PhD, University of Toronto
Areas of Interest: Medieval

Daniel Contreras
Associate Professor; Associate Chair, Rose Hill
PhD, Stanford University
Areas of Interest: Modern American; Comparative & Postcolonial

Heather Dubrow
Professor; Rev. John Boyd, SJ Chair
Director, Reading Series, Poets Out Loud (POL)
PhD, Harvard University
Areas of Interest: Renaissance; Literary & Cultural Theory; Creative Writing

Shonni Enelow
Assistant Professor
PhD, University of Pennsylvania
Areas of Interest: Modern American; Literary & Cultural Theory; Contemporary
On Leave Fall 2015 and Spring 2016.

Mary C. Erler
Professor; Editorial Board, Traditio
PhD, University of Chicago
Areas of Interest: Medieval; Renaissance

Faculty F-K

Maria Farland
Associate Professor; Editor, Studies in American Fiction
PhD, Johns Hopkins University
Areas of Interest: Early American; Modern American; Literary & Cultural Theory

Anne Fernald
Professor; Director, Writing Program, Lincoln Center
PhD, Yale University
Areas of Interest: Modern British; Literary & Cultural Theory

Elisabeth Frost
Professor
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
Co-Director, Poets Out Loud (POL) and Editor, Book Prize Series
Areas of Interest: Modern American; Literary & Cultural Theory; Contemporary; Creative Writing

Sarah Gambito
Assistant Professor; Director of Creative Writing; Editor, Cura
MFA, Brown University
Areas of Interest: Comparative & Postcolonial; Contemporary; Creative Writing

Christopher GoGwilt
Professor, Interim Chair of the English Department
PhD, Princeton University
Areas of Interest: 19th Century & Modern British; Contemporary;Literary & Cultural Theory; Comparative & Postcolonial

Moshe Gold
Associate Professor; Director, Writing Program, Rose Hill; Co-Editor of Joyce Studies Annual; Editor, Rhetorikós
PhD, Columbia University
Areas of Interest: Modern British; Literary & Cultural Theory; Film.

Susan Greenfield
Professor
PhD, University of Pennsylvania
Areas of Interest: 18thCentury British

John P. Harrington
Dean of Arts & Sciences
Professor
PhD, Rutgers University
Areas of Interest: Modern British

Constance W. Hassett
Professor
PhD, Harvard University
Areas of Interest: 19th Century British; Contemporary
On Leave Spring 2016.

Glenn Hendler
Professor; Chair of the English Department
PhD, Northwestern University
Areas of Interest: Early American; Literary & Cultural Theory
On Leave Spring 2016.

Anne Golomb Hoffman
Professor
PhD, Columbia University
Areas of Interest: Literary & Cultural Theory; Comparative & Postcolonial Theory; Contemporary

Lea Puljcan Juric
Lecturer
PhD, New York University
Areas of Interest: Renaissance

Eve Keller
Professor
PhD, Columbia University
Areas of Interest: Renaissance

Frank Kerins
Lecturer
PhD, Fordham University
Areas of Interest: Renaissance

James Kim
Assistant Professor
PhD, University of Virginia
Areas of Interest: Modern American; Comparative & Postcolonial; 18th Century British

Julie Chun Kim
Assistant Professor
PhD, Duke University
Areas of Interest: 18th Century British; Early American; Literary & Cultural Theory; Comparative & Postcolonial

Lawrence Kramer
Distinguished Professor; Editor, 19th-Century Music
PhD, Yale University
Areas of Interest: Literary & Cultural Theory

Faculty L-Z

Corey McEleney
Assistant Professor
Director of Placement & Professional Development, Graduate Studies (DPPD)
PhD, Brown University
Areas of Interest: Renaissance; Literary & Cultural Theory

Angela Monsam
Lecturer
PhD, Fordham University
Areas of Interest: 18th Century British

Fawzia Mustafa
Associate Professor
PhD, Indiana University
Areas of Interest: Literary & Cultural Theory; Comparative & Postcolonial;Early & Modern American; Contemporary

Thomas O'Donnell
Assistant Professor
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
Areas of Interest: Medieval; Comparative & Postcolonial

Kirk Quinsland
Lecturer
PhD, Fordham University
Areas of Interest: Renaissance; Medieval; queer theory; digital humanities

Rebecca Sanchez
Assistant Professor
PhD, University at Buffalo
Areas of Interest: Modern American and British; Literary & Cultural Theory
On Leave Spring 2016.

Stuart Sherman
Professor
PhD, Columbia University
Areas of Interest: 18th Century British

Philip Sicker
Professor; Co-Editor of Joyce Studies Annual
PhD, University of Virginia
Areas of Interest: Modern British; Modern American; Literary & Cultural Theory

Jordan Alexander Stein
Assistant Professor
PhD, Johns Hopkins University
Areas of Interest: Early & Modern American; Literary & Cultural Theory

Elizabeth Stone
Professor
PhD, New York University
Areas of Interest: Creative Writing; Modern American
On Leave Spring 2016.

Dennis Tyler
Assistant Professor
PhD, University of California, Los Angeles
Areas of Interest: Modern American; Contemporary
On Leave Spring 2016.

Jane Van Slembrouck
Lecturer
PhD, Fordham University
Areas of Interest: Early and 19th Century American

Vlasta Vranjes
Assistant Professor;
PhD, University of California, Berkeley
Areas of Interest: 19th Century British

Keri Walsh
Assistant Professor
PhD, Princeton University
Areas of Interest: Modern British; Contemporary; Literary & Cultural Theory; Film
On Leave Spring 2016.

Robert Wasserman
Associate Professor
PhD, Indiana University
Areas of Interest: Literary & Cultural Theory

Jocelyn Wogan-Browne
Professor; Mullarkey Chair
PhD, University of Liverpool
Areas of Interest: Medieval

Suzanne Yeager
Associate Professor
PhD, University of Toronto
Areas of Interest: Medieval

Sarah Zimmerman
Professor; Associate Chair, Lincoln Center
PhD, Princeton University
Areas of Interest: 19th Century British