Ph.D. Alumni

Name Graduation Year Dissertation Title Initial Placement Current Placement
Timothy Kennett An Empire of Clocks in Disarray: Time Coordination and Adventure Fiction in the British Empire, 1880-1890 Technical Writer, Atea
Trenton Leinenbach Histories in Solution: Atmosphere, Prosody, and Attitude as Modes of Encountering the Past in British Literature, 1760-1830 Visiting Professor, BYU
Nichole Nomura Science Fiction's Pedagogy: Didactic Models and Experiential Simulations Mellon Sawyer Postdoctoral Fellowship in Digital Humanities
Ezra Olson Antho-Logic: The Anthology and 20th Century U.S. Literature Summer Lecturer for the Dept. of English, Stanford
Casey Patterson A Darker Form of Discipline: The Institutional Character of Black Literary Studies, 1969-1999 Assistant Professor of English, Louisiana State University
Jonathan Quick Translation Matters: Tracing the Transmission of Medieval Texts from Manuscripts to MOOCs English Teacher, The Nueva School
Gabriela Salvidea Knowledge work reimagined: lyric life writing and the university SLE Lecturer, Stanford University
Kathryn Winner Media, Celebrity, and Personality from the Beats to the New York School Lecturer for the Department of English, Wellesley College
Cody Chun History and Reality: On Narratives of Suffering and Reconciliation
Frances Molyneux Sound's Effects: Sonic Epistemology in the Victorian Novel
Anna Mukamal The Therapeutic Encounter Assistant Professor of Digital Culture and Design, Department of English, Coastal Carolina University
Eliza Pickering Neither History nor Story: Common Soldiers Write the American Civil War Acquisitions Editor and Textbook Program Manager, Georgetown University
Hannah Smith-Drelich “Altered Appetites: Food and Metaphor in Early Modern England” Lecturer, National University of Singapore
Rachel Bolten To Describe America, 1835-1941 Stanford Dean's Fellow, American Studies Lecturer in American Studies, Stanford University
Erik Fredner Averaging Americans: Literature, Statistics, and Inequality Postdoctoral Fellow and Lecturer, University of Virginia College of Arts & Sciences Engagements Program
Matthew Redmond Living Too Long: The Extant Figure in American Literature PWR Lecturer, Stanford Marie Curie Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Lille
Mai Wang The Nonaligned Self: Asian Redeployments of the American Renaissance COLLEGE Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford Assistant Professor of Literature, The University of Texas at Dallas
Jean Abbott Naming and Un-Naming in Old English Literature
Juan Lamata Masterless Renaissance: Rogue Form from Lazarillo to Cutpurse Assistant Professor in Literary Studies, California State University- Los Angeles
Julia Noble “Dark Inscrutable Workmanship”: Rereading Mystery through Riddle in the Visionary Poetry of Wordsworth, Shelley, and Keats