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Richard Barney, Associate Professor (Ph.D. University of Virginia). Early Modern British Philosophy and Literature, History of the Sublime, Critical Theory, Film.
Thomas Bass, Professor (Ph.D. University of California at Santa Cruz).
Bret Benjamin, Associate Professor (Ph.D., University of Texas, Austin). Transnational Studies, Cultural approaches to Science and Technology, the Rhetoric of Development.
Jeffrey Berman, Distinguished Teaching Professor (Ph.D., Cornell). 19th- and 20th- Century British Literature, the Novel, Psychoanalytic Literary Criticism.
Ronald A. Bosco, Distinguished Professor of English and American Literature, Collins Fellow, and Grand Marshal of the University, O'Leary Fellow (Ph.D., Maryland). General Editor, The Collected Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Harvard University Press. 17th through 19th century American literary and intellectual history.
Langdon Brown, Associate Professor; Fellow, NYS Writers Institute (Ph.D., Cornell University). Theater History, Dramatic Literature.
Lana Cable, Associate Professor (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins). 16th and 17th century English Literature and Culture, Augustan Satire, Shakespeare and Milton.
Tamika L. Carey, Assistant Professor (Ph.D., Syracuse University). Rhetoric and Composition, African American Rhetorics, Feminist Rhetorics, and Black Feminist Thought and Pedagogy.
Tom Cohen, Professor (Ph.D., Yale). Literary, Cultural and Media Studies.
Randall Craig, Professor (Ph.D., Wisconsin). British Fiction and Narrative Theory.
Lydia Davis, Professor and Writer-in-Residence (B.A., Barnard College). Fiction.
Teresa Ebert, Professor (Ph.D., Minnesota). Critical and Cultural Theory, Marxist Theory, Feminist Critique, Globalization Theory.
Helen Regueiro Elam, Associate Professor (Ph.D., Brown). Literary Theory, 19th- and 20th-Century Poetry.
Donald Faulkner, Associate Professor (M. Phil., Yale). Director of the NYS Writers Institute. Philosophy and Modern Studies.
Erica Fretwell, Assistant Professor (Ph.D., Duke University). 19th and early-20th century U.S. literature; affect studies; histories of science and technology
Jennifer Greiman, Associate Professor & Director of Graduate Studies (Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley). 18th- and 19th-century American and transatlantic literature.
Glyne Griffith, Associate Professor. Joint appointment: English and Latin American, Caribbean & US Latino Studies. (Ph.D. University of the West Indies).
jil hanifan, Full-time Lecturer and Director of the Writing Center (D.A., University at Albany, SUNY). Composition, Pedagogy and Poetics.
Mike Hill, Associate Professor, English, Affiliate Faculty Member, Women's Studies (Ph.D., State University of New York at Stony Brook). Critical Race Studies, Eighteenth-Century Writing and the Public Sphere; Materialist Cultural Theory.
Eric Keenaghan, Associate Professor & Honors Program Director; Affiliate Faculty with Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (Ph.D. Temple University). Poetry Studies, Modernist Studies, Political Theory, Queer and Gender Theory.
William Kennedy, Professor; NYS Writers Institute (B.A., Siena). Creative Writing.
Kir Kuiken, Associate Professor (Ph.D., University of California, Irvine, 2006). Romantic Literature and Culture, 19th-century British Literature, Literary Theory, Contemporary Continental Philosophy and Political Theory.
Michael Leong, Assistant Professor (MFA Sarah Lawrence College, Ph.D., Rutgers University). American Literature, Poetry, Creative Writing.
James Lilley, Associate Professor (Ph.D., Princeton, 2007). 18th- and 19th-century American and British Literature, Political Theory, Literature and Philosophy.
Ineke Murakami, Associate Professor (Ph.D., University of Notre Dame, 2006). 16th- and 17th-century English literature and culture, early drama including Shakespeare, Political Theory, Performance Studies.
Stephen North, Distinguished Teaching Professor (D.A., University at Albany, SUNY). History of English Studies, Image of the Writer in Culture, Mystery and Detective Fiction.
Wendy Raphael Roberts, Assistant Professor (Ph.D., Northwestern University). Early American and transatlantic literature; secular studies; eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Native American literature.
Martha Rozett, Professor (Ph.D., Michigan). Renaissance Literature, Shakespeare Studies.
Sami Schalk, Assistant Professor (Ph.D. Indiana University) Gender Studies and American Literature
Helene Scheck, Associate Professor (Ph.D., Binghamton University, SUNY). Medieval Literature.
Edward Schwarzschild, Associate Professor; Fellow, NYS Writers Institute (Ph.D., Washington University). Fiction Writing, American Literature, Film Studies.
Charles Shepherdson, Professor (Ph.D., Vanderbilt University). Romantic and Modern Lyric Poetry, Literary Theory, Psychoanalysis, Contemporary Continental Philosophy, 19th-Century Intellectual History.
Derik Jalal Smith, Assistant Professor (Ph.D. Northwestern University).
Paul Stasi, Associate Professor & Director of Undergraduate Studies (Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley). Modernism, 20th-century Anglophone writing, Marxist, aesthetic, and postcolonial theory, silent film.
Lynne Tillman, Professor and Writer-in-Residence. (B.A., Hunter College). Fiction.
Mary Valentis, Visiting Associate Professor. Literary Theory, Psychoanalysis and Culture, Interdisciplinary Humanities.
Laura Wilder, Associate Professor (MFA University of Iowa, Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin). Rhetoric and composition, rhetoric of academic disciplines, history of rhetoric and literary instruction, Classical rhetoric, composition studies research methodologies, writing processes.
Robert Yagelski, Associate Professor (Ph.D., Ohio State University). Rhetoric and Composition.
Carolyn Yalkut, Associate Professor (MA Johns Hopkins Univeristy Writing Seminars, Ph.D., University of Denver). Playwriting, nonfiction, American literature and film.