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Martin Kevorkian, Chair CAL 226, Mailcode B5000, Austin, TX 78712 • 512-471-4991

Faculty List

Ethnic & Third World Literature

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Brian A Bremen

Associate Professor

bremen@uts.cc.utexas.edu  |  512-471-7842  |  PAR 127

Education   

Ph.D., 1989, Princeton University

Interests

  American literature; modernism; the digital humanities; writers of the Harlem Renaissance; literary theory.

Mia Carter

Associate Professor, University Distinguished Teaching Associate Professor

miaC@austin.utexas.edu  |  512-471-8733  |  PAR 123

Education   

Ph.D., English and Modern Studies, 1992, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
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Matt Cohen

Associate Professor

matt.cohen@utexas.edu  |  512-471-8112  |  PAR 20

Education   

Ph.D., 2002, College of William and Mary
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James H. Cox

Associate Professor

jhcox@austin.utexas.edu  |  512-232-7804  |  CAL 218

Education   

Ph.D., University of Nebraska at Lincoln
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Elizabeth Cullingford

Chair, Department of English, University Distinguished Teaching Professor

cullingford@austin.utexas.edu  |  512-471-4991  |  CAL 226E

Education   

Ph.D., Oxford University

Interests

  Only children, Irish literature, politics, and culture; modern poetry; women's studies; drama and film; Shakespeare; the relation between high and popular culture

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Ann Cvetkovich

Professor

cvet@austin.utexas.edu  |  512-471-8374  |  PAR 323

Education   

Ph.D., 1988, Cornell University

Interests

  Gay and lesbian studies; public feelings; trauma studies.

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Brian Doherty

Senior Lecturer

bfd@austin.utexas.edu  |  512-471-8798  |  PAR 326

Education   

Ph.D., 1994, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Interests

  World literature.

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John Morán González

Associate Professor

jmgonzal@utexas.edu  |  512-471-8117  |  PAR 321

Education   

Ph.D., Stanford University

Interests

  Latino/a literature; Chicano/a literature; late nineteenth-century American literature; narrative theory; postcolonial studies.

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Barbara Harlow

Professor

bharlow@austin.utexas.edu  |  512-471-8716  |  PAR 26

Education   

Ph.D., 1977, SUNY- Buffalo

Interests

  Third world studies; critical theory; prison and resistance writings and postcolonial studies (particularly Anglophone African and modern Arabic literatures and cultures).

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Geraldine Heng

Associate Professor

heng@austin.utexas.edu  |  512-471-7480  |  PAR 213

Education   

Ph.D., Cornell University
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Neville Hoad

Associate Professor

nhoad@mail.utexas.edu  |  512-471-8749  |  PAR 215

Education   

Ph.D., 1998, Columbia University

Interests

  Victorian feminism; psychoanalysis (particularly Freud and Klein); contemporary feminist theory in French and English; lesbian and gay studies; queer theory; international human rights law pertaining to sexual orientations; sexuality and gender issues in Southern Africa.

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Heather Houser

Assistant Professor

houserh@mail.utexas.edu  |  512-471-8766  |  PAR 228

Education   

PhD, 2010, Stanford University

Interests

  20th- and 21st-century Anglophone fiction (US focus); environmental literature and criticism; science, technology, and culture; the medical humanities; affect studies; data in narrative and new media

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Coleman Hutchison

Associate Professor

coleman.hutchison@utexas.edu  |  512-471-8372  |  CAL 314

Education   

Ph.D., 2006, Northwestern University

Interests

  U.S. literature and culture to 1900; poetry; print culture; the U.S. south; the American Civil War

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Lisa L Moore

Professor

llmoore@austin.utexas.edu  |  512-471-1837  |  PAR 217

Education   

Ph.D., 1991, Cornell University

Interests

  Eighteenth-century English and American literature; women's literature; LGBT literature and culture; poetry and poetics; visual studies and garden history; feminist and queer theory; history of sexuality.

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Gretchen Murphy

Professor

gretchen@mail.utexas.edu  |  512-471-8532  |  CAL 311

Education   

Ph.D., 1999, University of Washington

Interests

  U.S. Literature and culture to 1914; nationalism and imperialism; sentimental and domestic writing.

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Domino R. Perez

Associate Professor, Co-Director of the Center for Mexican American Studies

drperez@austin.utexas.edu  |  512-232-7853  |  PAR 117

Education   

Ph.D., University of Nebraska at Lincoln

Interests

  Chican@ literature; American literature; popular culture; cultural studies; film.

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Matt Richardson

Associate Professor

matturichardson@gmail.com  |  512-471-8700  |  PAR 327

Education   

Ph.D., 2005, African Diaspora Studies and Emphasis in Women's and Gender Studies, University of California, Berkeley
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Elizabeth Richmond-Garza

University Distinguished Teaching Associate Professor, Director of the Program in Comparative Literature

emrg@austin.utexas.edu  |  512-232-5708  |  PAR 119

Education   

Ph.D., 1992, Columbia University

Interests

  Nineteenth- and twentieth-century European drama; Renaissance drama; Oscar Wilde; the Gothic and Orientalism; decadence; aesthetic and literary theory; literature and the fine arts.

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Snehal Shingavi

Assistant Professor

snehal.shingavi@utexas.edu  |  512-471-8114  |  PAR 27

Education   

Ph.D., 2008, University of California, Berkeley

Interests

  Anglophone South Asian literature; Hindi/Urdu literature; literature in translation and translation theory; theories of “the nation” (anticolonialism, nationalism, statism, postcolonialism, postnationalism, cosmopolitanism, globalization, transnationalism, internationalism); classical Marxism.

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Jennifer M. Wilks

Associate Professor

jmwilks@austin.utexas.edu  |  512-471-8702  |  PAR 329

Education   

Ph.D., 2003, Cornell University

Interests

  Paris as a site of diasporic intellectual exchange and transformation, comparative African American and Caribbean literature, contemporary African diasporic literature, Caribbean women’s writing, apocalyptic narratives

Helena Woodard

Associate Professor

hwood@austin.utexas.edu  |  512-471-8703  |  PAR 331

Education   

Ph.D., 1991, University of North Carolina

Interests

  18th century British literature; ethnic and Third World literature; american literature, critical race theory; women, gender, and literature

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