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Fran AbbateFrancesca Abbate

Associate Professor of English

Can speak about creative writing, poetry, writing from art, and college writing

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Christina ClancyChristina Clancy

Visiting Assistant Professor of English

Can speak about suburban literature, eco-criticism, creative writing pedagogy, and digital storytelling

 

 


 

Chris FinkChris Fink

Associate Professor of English

Can speak about fiction writing, creative writing, literature, and journalism

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Shawn GillenShawn Gillen

Professor of English

Can speak about creative writing, American literature, critical theory, and journalism

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Tamara KetabgianTamara Ketabgian

Associate Professor of English

Can speak about Charles Dickens, Jane Austen, 19th-century British literature and culture, critical theory, early science fiction, the Enlightenment, the history of technology, and steampunk

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Chuck LewisChuck Lewis

Professor of English and Director of the Writing Program

Can speak about creative writing, critical study of prose fiction, and writing across the curriculum in the context of the liberal arts college

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Diane LichtensteinDiane Lichtenstein

Professor of English

Can speak about U.S. literature, women’s and gender studies, and interdisciplinary studies

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Tom McBrideTom McBride

Keefer Professor of Humanities, Professor of English, and co-author of The Mindset List

Can speak about Milton, Shakespeare, critical theory, and The Mindset List 

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Cynthia McCownCynthia McCown

Professor of English and Theatre Arts

Can speak about late 19th- & 20th-century American literature/modernism, American drama, Eugene O'Neill, and post-colonial drama

 


 

Matthew VadnaisMatthew Vadnais

Assistant Professor of English

Can speak about Shakespeare, Renaissance literature, and creative writing with interdisciplinary interests in performance, experimental narrative, and gender

 


 

Lisa Haines WrightLisa Haines Wright

Associate Professor of English

Can speak about medieval studies, 18th-century studies, the Gothic mode, critical theory, the history of English, and gender studies