|8 Records Found|
|Eavan Boland, Professor|
|The writing and continuance of poetry; women and poetry; Irish literature; computer technology.|
|Helen B. Brooks, Senior Lecturer Emerita|
Office Hours: Wednesday 2:15-4:15 pm & by appt.
|Poetry of John Donne; early modern and modern poetry; Shakespeare; literary theory (particularly reception theory, new historicism), interdisciplinary study in the Humanities, early modern art; literary modernism, intellectual and cultural history; and gender studies.|
|Denise Gigante, Professor|
Office Hours: On Leave 2012-13
|18th and 19th-century British; Romanticism; poetry and poetics; the essay tradition; taste, gastronomy, and aesthetic theory; transatlantic book history; life writing and life science|
|Roland Greene, Professor |
Office Hours: Tuesday 12 noon to 2:00 & by appt.
|Early modern literature; transatlantic culture and society; poetry and the history of how it is read; literary and cultural theory, especially lyric theory; Sidney, Spenser, Shakespeare, Milton|
|Claire Jarvis, Assistant Professor|
Office Hours: Tues. & Thurs 9:30-10:30 & 1:00-3:00
|Victorian literature; material culture; poetry; theories of sexuality; cultural and literary history.|
|Nicholas Jenkins, Associate Professor|
Office Hours: Mon. 3:00-4:30 (Sweet 314) Fri. 3:00-4:30 (460-423)
|W.H. Auden; 19th-, 20th- and 21st-century poetry in English; Modernism; British culture of the 1930s; contemporary British culture; literary and cultural theory; intersections of art and literature; literary cosmopolitanism, nationalism, internationalism; history of the book|
|Phoebe Putnam, Lecturer|
Office Hours: Wednesday 4:00-6:30 & by appt.
|American literature and visual arts, visual culture, and the history of optics; poetry and poetics; green literary traditions from Virgil to Annie Dillard|
|Elaine Treharne, Professor|
Office Hours: Tues. & Thurs. 9:45-10:45
|Medieval Studies: the cultural contexts, contents, and languages of Early English manuscripts from c. 700 to 1500|