Modern British Literature
email@example.com | 512-471-8389 | CAL 308
EducationPh.D., 2001, University of Chicago
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8379 | CAL 209
EducationPh.D., 1995, University of Chicago
InterestsEighteenth-century literature and culture; the British novel; book history; textual studies; Jane Austen; early fiction by women.
EducationPh.D., 1969, Yale University
InterestsLiterature and philosophy; literature and music; history of critical theory and rhetoric; the Enlightenment.
email@example.com | 512-471-8385 | CAL 306
EducationPh.D., 1994, University of Texas at Austin
InterestsPoetry; the short story; the British novel.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-7842 | PAR 127
EducationPh.D., 1989, Princeton University
InterestsAmerican literature; modernism; the digital humanities; writers of the Harlem Renaissance; literary theory.
email@example.com | 512-471-3635 | PAR 220
EducationPh.D., 1990, Harvard University
InterestsShakespeare; drama; Renaissance literature; film; theory.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8747 | PAR 132
EducationPh.D., University of California at Berkeley
InterestsGerard Manley Hopkins; Alice books; Victorian literature; literature of nature; animal humanities; digital humanities.
Associate Professor, University Distinguished Teaching Associate Professor
miaC@austin.utexas.edu | 512-471-8733 | PAR 123
EducationPh.D., English and Modern Studies, 1992, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Director, Liberal Arts Honors Program
email@example.com | 512-471-3458 | GEB 1.206
EducationPh.D., 1973, University of Rochester
InterestsEighteenth-century British literature and rhetoric.
Chair, Department of English, University Distinguished Teaching Professor
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-4991 | PAR 108
EducationPh.D., Oxford University
InterestsIrish literature, politics, and culture; modern poetry; women's studies; drama and film; Shakespeare; the relation between high and popular culture.
email@example.com | 512-471-8374 | PAR 323
EducationPh.D., 1988, Cornell University
InterestsGay and lesbian studies; public feelings; trauma studies.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8376 | CAL 214
EducationPh.D., 1966, University of Rochester
InterestsBritish and American modernism; the novel; drama, especially Shakespeare; international programs, faculty governance and academic freedom.
University Distinguished Teaching Professor
email@example.com | 512-471-8370 | CAL 203
EducationPh.D., 1972, University of California, Berkeley
InterestsRestoration and eighteenth-century literature; satire; epic; the Bible in English and American literature.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8387 | CAL 306
EducationPh.D., 1971, University of Texas at Austin
InterestsSouthwestern American literature; Australian literature and film; American literature.
email@example.com | 512-471-8716 | PAR 26
EducationPh.D., 1977, SUNY- Buffalo
InterestsThird world studies; critical theory; prison and resistance writings and postcolonial studies (particularly Anglophone African and modern Arabic literatures and cultures).
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8705 | PAR 226
EducationPh.D., 1986, Columbia University
InterestsFeminist theory since 1970; gender and science; eighteenth-century novel and drama; Samuel Johnson; eighteenth-century lexicography; history of charity and philanthropy.
email@example.com | 512-471-6688 | PAR 121
EducationPh.D., 1978, University of Massachusettes
InterestsBritish Romanticism 1750-1850; poetry and poetics; creative writing; archives and collecting; modernism and cultural economics.
Associate Professor, Director of the Center for Women's & Gender Studies
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8736; 512-471-5149 | PAR 126; GEB 4.208
EducationPh.D., 1977, University of Western Ontario
InterestsEighteenth century women's novels; feminism, law, and literature.
email@example.com | 512-471-8766 | PAR 228
EducationPh.D., 2010, Stanford University
Interests20th- and 21st-century Anglophone fiction (US focus); environmental literature and criticism; science, technology, and culture; the medical humanities; affect studies; description in narrative and new media
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-9715 | PAR 22
EducationPh.D., 2009, Columbia University
InterestsModern and contemporary drama; intersections of theatre and philosophy; critical theory; modernism and the avant-garde
Shakespeare at Winedale Regents Professor; University Distinguished Teaching Professor
email@example.com | 512-471-4993 | CAL 205
EducationPh.D., 1993, Stanford University
InterestsShakespeare in performance (stage and film); Renaissance drama; modern drama.
University Distinguished Teaching Professor
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8970 | PAR 221
EducationPh.D., 1979, University of California Los Angeles
InterestsVictorian novel; women's studies; autobiography; authors: William Makepeace Thackeray, Charles Dickens, Julia Margaret Cameron, Anne Thackeray Ritchie, Annie Besant, Elizabeth Robins, Virginia Woolf.
email@example.com | 512-471-8713 | PAR 23
EducationPh.D., 1985, University of Michigan
InterestsPopular music and youth subcultures; the avant-garde.
University Distinguished Teaching Associate Professor, Director of the Program in Comparative Literature
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-232-5708 | PAR 119
EducationPh.D., 1992, Columbia University
InterestsNineteenth- and twentieth-century European drama; Renaissance drama; Oscar Wilde; the Gothic and Orientalism; decadence; aesthetic and literary theory; literature and the fine arts.
University Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus
email@example.com | 512-471-8766 | PAR 228
EducationPh.D., 1968, University of Southern California
InterestsThe nineteenth- and twentieth-century European novel; contemporary Latin-American fiction.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8115 | PAR 315
EducationPh.D., 1981, University of Virginia
J.R. Millikan Centennial Professor Emeritus
email@example.com | 512-471-8383 | CAL 301
EducationPh.D., 1969, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana
InterestsAmerican literature and culture, especially colonial and nineteenth through early twentieth century; turn-of-the-century British; narrative and poetic morphology.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8114 | PAR 27
EducationPh.D., 2008, University of California, Berkeley
InterestsAnglophone 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.
Director, Harry Ransom Center
email@example.com | 512-471-9111 | HRC 3.210
EducationPh.D., 1962, University of Pittsburgh
InterestsJames Joyce, Modern British Literature, Humanistic Research, and Building Library Collections
firstname.lastname@example.org | 512-471-8750 | PAR 216
EducationPh.D., 1959, Harvard University