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|Rebhorn, Wayne||Comparative Literature; English||English, Italian, French, Spanish, and Neo-Latin Renaissance literature; seminal texts in Renaissance rhetoric|
|Reed, Cory||Comparative Literature; Spanish and Portuguese||16th- and 17th-Century Spanish literature and culture, especially early modern drama and Cervantes; transatlantic studies (cultural studies in Spain, Mexico, and the American Southwest); cognitive …|
|Richmond-Garza, Elizabeth||Comparative Literature; English; Center for European Studies; Humanities Program; Plan II Honors Program; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||Nineteenth and twentieth century European drama; Renaissance drama; Oscar Wilde; the Gothic and Orientalism; decadence; aesthetic and literary theory; literature and the fine arts|
|Roncador, Sonia||Comparative Literature; Spanish and Portuguese||-Brazilian Literature and Cultureal Studies in Brazil -Feminist Approaches in Literature -Latin American Film and Visual Arts|
|Salgado, Cesar||Comparative Literature; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Spanish and Portuguese||Contemporary Latin American and Caribbean fiction; modernism from a comparative perspective; "Joycean" Latin American fiction; post-colonialism and neobaroque poetics; the new archival novel …|
|Selby, Martha||Asian Studies; Comparative Literature; Religious Studies; South Asia Institute||representations of women, birth, and disease in classical Indian medicine; Sanskrit poetry and poetics; Prakrit and Old Tamil poetry; and Sanskrit medical literature|
|Tissieres, Helene||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; Comparative Literature; Center for European Studies; French and Italian; Middle Eastern Studies||African and Caribbean literature, African and French film, African contemporary art, African music, Biennial of Dakar. Interested in the way the arts are linked throughout Africa, I have been writing …|
|Walker, Jeffrey||Communication Studies; Comparative Literature; English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Rhetorical theory, history of rhetoric, ancient rhetoric, rhetoric and poetics, modern rhetoric and literature|
|Wettlaufer, Alexandra||Comparative Literature; Center for European Studies; French and Italian; Plan II Honors Program; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||interdisciplinary studies in literature and the visual arts; Comparative Literature; comparative studies in 19th-century France and Britain; gender studies; constructions of artistic identity; …|
|Wilkinson, Lynn||Comparative Literature; Germanic Studies||Scandinavian and comparative literature; Scandinavian drama and film; modernism; the novel and narrative traditions; gender studies; literary and cultural theory|