Nineteenth and Twentieth Century American Literature, Southern Literature, American Poetry
Charles Dickens, Victorian Fiction, British Literature, Transatlantic Studies, Digital Humanities, Service-Learning
Contemporary literature, literary theory, Asian American studies, narrative theory, gender studies, Marxism
Old and Middle English Literature and Languages, Classical Mythology, Early Women Writers
Digital Humanities, Digital Culture, New Media, 20th & 21st Century American Culture
The horror genre, film studies, composition and rhetoric
Composition and Literature
Poetry & Poetics
Rhetoric & Composition
ESL Exposition, the Research Process, Linguistic Analysis, Gender & Nineteenth Century British Gothic Fiction, British Travel Literature & National Identity.
Digital Humanities, Victorian Literature, Poetics, History of the Book
Rhetoric/Composition, First-Year Writing, 19th, 20th, & 21st Century British Literature, Travel Writing, British Empire & National Identity
British Literature pre-1642; Honors Program
Poetry & Poetics; 20th-Century American Literature
Gothic novel, American literature, law & literature, New England witchcraft trials, disability in literature
British and American modernist literature, composition and rhetoric, and gender studies.
American Studies; a globally oriented American Literary Studies (especially of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries); Political & Critical Theory; Public Humanities & Digital Humanities; Gender & LGBQ Studies
African American, Caribbean and Nineteenth & Twentieth century American literature
18th & 19th century British Literature, The British Novel, Women Writers
19th & early 20th century American Literature, American Women Novelists, Mystery & Detective Fiction
Composition and Literature; Renaissance Literature
Transatlantic literature; autobiographical narrative & minority identity; gender in literature; digital culture
British Literature I and II, Renaissance and Seventeenth-Century Literature, Poetry, Literature and Women
Faculty technical director for the Theatre Arts Program
Shakespeare, early modern literature & culture, performance theory, theatre history, theatre arts.
Early Modern Literature & Culture; Online Pedagogy, Digital Culture
Journalism, American Studies, Composition and Popular Culture
Creative Nonfiction, Literary Journalism
Business Writing, Early Twentieth Century British Fiction, Oral Communication, Editing & Publishing
20th & 21st Century American Literature & Culture, American Philosophy & Intellectual History, Comparative Media Studies (including computational media), & Public Humanities.
Rhetoric and Composition, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Acting, Directing, The Creative Processes, Cross Cultural Exchange, Ensemble & Group Dynamics, Native/Indigenous Studies, Expressive Therapies, Improvisation, Clowning, Visual Arts