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Liz Gualtieri-Reed

October 1, 2018

Liz Gualtieri-Reed is a Teaching Assistant Professor with special interests in 19th and 20th Century British Literature, Fiction and the Novel, Irish Literature, and Composition and Rhetoric. She has taught at UNC-CH in various capacities since 2000.

Taylor Cowdery

September 5, 2018

I study late medieval and early modern poetry, with a particular research focus on the question of what premodern poets thought about the materiality of language and literature—or, put in the broadest terms, what they believed their poems were made … Continued

Hilary E. Lithgow

August 27, 2018

I specialize in Victorian and early Modernist British literature, as well as the literature of war from World War I to today. I am especially interested in the role of story-telling in making sense of human experience and the effects … Continued

Ross White

August 27, 2018

Ross White is the author of Charm Offensive, winner of the 2019 Sexton Prize, and three chapbooks: How We Came Upon the Colony, The Polite Society, and Valley of Want. His manuscript in progress, Guilt Ledger, was selected by Edward Hirsch to receive the Larry Levis … Continued

H.M. Cushman

August 12, 2018

I study the relationship between drama and epistemology with particular focus on late medieval England. My current project, Producing Knowledge in the Middle English Mystery Plays, shows how late medieval popular drama was a central battleground for contemporary debates about the … Continued

Martin Louis Johnson

April 9, 2018

Martin L. Johnson is an assistant professor of English and Comparative Literature at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is the author of Main Street Movies: The History of Local Film in the United States (Indiana, 2018), and has … Continued

Rick Warner

April 2, 2018

As the Director of Film Studies, I oversee the Film Studies Concentration as well as the Global Cinema Minor. My scholarship and teaching investigate the history of film style in a global context. My approach to cinema is interdisciplinary and comparative, … Continued

Marsha S. Collins

March 29, 2018

A Professor of Comparative Literature, Marsha S. Collins specializes in the literature of Early Modern Europe, especially the Literature of Early Modern Spain in its European context. Her research focuses on romance and other idealizing fictional forms, literature and the … Continued

Kimberly J. Stern

March 27, 2018

Kimberly J. Stern earned her Ph.D. from Princeton University, with a special focus on Victorian literature and culture. Although much of her research engages with the history and politics of intellectual culture, Stern’s teaching and scholarly interests include several broader … Continued

Michael Keenan Gutierrez

March 26, 2018

Michael Keenan Gutierrez is the author of The Swill (Leapfrog) and The Trench Angel (Leapfrog) and earned degrees from UCLA, the University of Massachusetts, and the University of New Hampshire. His short work has been published in Cobalt, 805 + … Continued