English

Faculty

  • Davis Schneiderman
    Professor of English, Associate Dean of Faculty, Director of the Center for Chicago Programs

    Areas of Study:  American literature, American studies/Chicago literature and history, Remix/Mash-up culture, William S. Burroughs, innovative and avant literature

  • Robert Archambeau
    Professor of English

    Areas of Study: English literature, nineteenth-century literature, writing poetry

  • Carla Arnell
    Associate Professor of English and Chair of English

    Areas of Study: ancient and medieval literature, history of the English novel

  • Joshua Corey
    Associate Professor of English, Chair of Print and Digital Media

    Areas of Study: modern and contemporary poetry, creative writing, critical theory, Anglo-American modernism

  • Judy Massey Dozier
    Associate Professor of English, Chair of African American Studies

    Areas of Study: African American literature, gender studies, nineteenth-century American literature.

  • Benjamin Goluboff
    Associate Professor 

    Areas of Study: American literature, nineteenth-century literature, literature and the environment

  • Dustin Mengelkoch
    Assistant Professor of English, Chair of Medieval and Renaissance Studies

    Areas of Study: ancient and early modern literature, neo-Latin, history of the book, literary criticism

  • Zachary Martin
    Visiting Assistant Professor of English

    Areas of Study:

  • Tracy McCabe
    Senior Lecturer in English

    Areas of Study:  women’s studies, writing

  • Jennifer Stockdale
    Lecturer in English

    Areas of study:

  • Christopher Shirley
    Lecturer in English

    Areas of study:

  • Katharine Mershon
    Lecturer in English

    Areas of study:

  • Jac Jemc
    Lecturer in English

    Areas of study:

Emeriti Faculty

  • Kenneth C. Bennett
    Professor of English, Emeritus 

    Areas of Study: Shakespeare

  • Richard Mallette
    Distinguished Service Professor of English, Emeritus

    Areas of Study: English literature, Renaissance studies

  • Bernice Gallagher
    Director of Writing Programs, Emerita

    Areas of Study: nineteenth-century American literature, creative writing