Southeastern welcomes students back for the start of classes this week while we continue to keep all faculty, staff and students who are not yet able to make it to campus in our thoughts as the region works to recover from devastating flooding.
 
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Graduate Faculty in English

 

Jack B. Bedell, Professor, Ph.D., University of Louisiana at Lafayette: Creative Writing, Poetry

Reine Bouton, Associate Professor, Ph.D., University of Southern Mississippi: Modern American and British Literature, Travel Writing, Southern Literature, Composition and Rhetoric, Eudora Welty

Michelle Brown, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Stanford University: Adult & Adolescent Literacy, Literacy Curriculum Development, Literacy Instruction, English Teacher Education

Claire Denelle Cowart, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., State University of New York at Stony Brook: 20th Century British Literature, Irish Literature, Victorian Literature, 17th Century Literature, Detective Fiction, Literature and Film

George Dorrill, Associate Professor, Ph.D., University of South Carolina: Linguistics

Joan Faust, Associate Professor, Ph.D., Louisiana State University: Seventeenth-Century Nondramatic Literature

Thomas Fick, Professor, Ph.D., Indiana University: American Literature

Joel Fredell, Professor, Ph.D., Indiana University: Medieval Literature

Timothy Gautreaux, Distinguished Writer-in-Residence, Ph.D., University of South Carolina: Fiction Writing

Norman German, Professor, Ph.D., University of Louisiana at Lafayette: American Literature

Eva Gold, Professor, Ph.D., Indiana University: Renaissance Literature, Women's Studies

David C. Hanson, Professor, Ph.D., University of Chicago: Nineteenth-Century British Literature, Bibliography and Textual Criticism

Martin Kearney, Professor, Ph.D., University of Tennessee: Modern British/Irish, American Literature

Jason Landrum, Associate Professor, Ph.D., Oklahoma State University: Film Studies, Critical Theory, and Contemporary Literature

Richard Louth, Professor, Ph.D., University of Virginia: Composition, World and Southern Literature

Christine M. Mitchell, Associate Professor, Ph.D, University of Louisiana at Lafayette: Professional Writing, Rhetoric, Composition, ESL

Alison Pelegrin, Instructor, M.F.A., University of Arkansas: Creative Writing, Poetry

Ziba Rashidian, Associate Professor, Ph.D., State University of New York, Buffalo: Critical Theory, Animal Studies, Post-Colonialism and Comparative Modernism, Poetry and Poetics

Paul Sawyer, Associate Professor, Ph.D., Illinois State University: Technical Writing

Jayetta Slawson, Associate Professor, Ph.D., New York University: Drama and Performance Studies

Chris Tusa, Writer-in-Residence, M.F.A., University of Florida: Fiction Writing

Jeffery Wiemelt, Associate Professor, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin: Composition, Linguistics

Natasha L. Whitton, Instructor, Ph.D., Drew University: Composition, American Cultural History and Literature, Women's Studies, African American Literature, Auto/Biography, Pedagogy, Asian Literature, the Bible as Literature, History of Science and Interdisciplinary Studies