Ph.D. Alumni

Name Graduation Year Dissertation Title Initial Placement Current Placement
Long Le-Khac Transnarrative: Giving Form to Diversity, Community, and Migration in Asian American and Latina/o Literature Washington University in St. Louis
Rhiannon Lewis Writing in Time: Labor and Work in English Poetry, 1557-1674 Planned Giving Associate, American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California Institutional Gifts Manager at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music
Talya Meyers Epic and Encounter: Form and Culture in Early Modern Narrative Poetry
Whitney Trump Always Another Edition: The Racial Politics of Rewriting in Nineteenth-Century American Literature Content Strategist, Palantir Technologies Content Strategist, Facebook
Ben Wiebracht Cousins and Lovers: The History of the English Love Plot, 1600-1895 PWR Lecturer, Stanford
Claude Willan The Seizure of Literary History in the Eighteenth Century Postdoctoral Fellow, Princeton University Director of Digital Humanites Services, University of Houston Libraries
Irena Yamboliev Ornamental Formalism: The Victorian Anti-Novel
Jodie Archer Reading the Bestseller: An Analysis of 20,000 Novels Research and Development, Apple Inc. (iBooks) Author
Andrew Bricker Producing & Litigating Satire, 1670-1792 Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, McGill University Assistant Professor, Ghent University
Guadalupe Carrillo Forms of Sentiment in the 21st Century U.S. Latina/o Novel Program Coordinator, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Stanford University
Hanna Janiszewska Romantic Lives of the Mind PWR Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford University
Stephen Osadetz The Art of Principle: The Rhetorical Preoccupations of Eighteenth-Century Didactic Literature Harvard University
Sarah Perkins Dixie Bound: A Cultural Biography of an American Legend, 1860-1930 Postdoctoral Fellow, Stanford University
Allison Rung Conventions of the Railway in the British Novels, 1900-1950 Editorial Specialist, Google Content Strategist, Google
Nikil Saval The Problem of the White Collar Worker in Culture
Kathryn VanArendonk The Episode: Serial Storytelling in Television and the Nineteenth-Century Novel
Mark Vega Worldly Desires: Fictions of Transnational Engagement in Frank Norris, W.E.B. Du Bois, and Edith Wharton Stanford PWR Lecturer Instructional Designer, BusinessBlocks
Hannah Doherty The Myth of Minerva: Publishing, Popular Fiction, and the Rise of the Novel University of Texas-San Antonio Suffolk University, Boston
Geordie Hamilton The Rhetoric of Realism: American Literature and Democratic Form
Jillian Hess Commonplace-Book Stylistics: Romantic and Victorian Technologies of Reading and Writing Postdoctoral Fellow, American Academy of Arts and Sciences Bronx Community College