Mary M. Balkun, Ph.D.
Professor and Chair
Dr. Balkun brings technology into her English courses, including wikis, blogs, and Second Life.View Full Profile »
Martha C. Carpentier, Ph.D.
Dr. Carpentier specializes in British, Irish, and American modernism, the 20th-century novel, short story, and drama.View Full Profile »
Nancy H. Enright, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English and Catholic Studies and Coordinator of Signature II: Journey of Transformation
Dr. Enright is an associate professor of writing and coordinator of Signature II: Journey of Transformation.View Full Profile »
Jonathan Farina, Ph.D.
Dr. Farina writes about 19th-century English fiction by writers like Dickens and Thackeray and the history of science.View Full Profile »
Karen B. Gevirtz, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English; Co-Director, Women and Gender Studies Program
Dr. Gevirtz writes about the invention of the novel in the long eighteenth century, and Jane Austen.View Full Profile »
Jeffrey H. Gray, Ph.D.
Dr. Jeffrey Gray is a professor of postwar American poetry, postcolonial literature, and literary theory.View Full Profile »
Chrysanthy Grieco, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of English
Chrysanthy Grieco is Associate Professor of English, with a specialization in Shakespeare and Drama.View Full Profile »
Edmund Jones, Ph.D.
Dr. Jones is interested in how people learn how to write. He is currently researching knowledge transfer in writing.View Full Profile »
James R. Lindroth, Ph.D.
Dr. Lindroth has a special interest in American and contemporary literature, as well as film and literature.View Full Profile »
Nathan M. Oates, Ph.D.
Director of Creative Writing and author of The Empty House, winner of the Spokane Prize.View Full Profile »
Kelly A. Shea, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Director of the Writing Center/OWL
Dr. Shea notes that writing centers help students not because they can't write, but because they do.View Full Profile »
Donovan Sherman, Ph.D.
Dr. Sherman studies Shakespeare, dramatic literature and critical theory.View Full Profile »
Mark Svenvold, M.F.A.
Professor Svenvold was invited in fall 2009 to the University of Stockholm, Sweden, to talk about his book, Big WeatherView Full Profile »
John Wargacki, Ph.D.
Dr. Wargacki is passionate about the arts, especially the relationship between poetry and music.View Full Profile »
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