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|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|
|Whigham, Frank||English||Early modern English literature and culture; combining anthropological and historical approaches to subjects as varied as Webster's Duchess of Malfi and the rhetoric of early modern English …|
|Whitbread, Thomas||English||20th century American and British poetry; Wallace Stevens; Elizabeth Bishop; Adrienne Rich; Robert Frost|
|Wilks, Jennifer||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; African and African Diaspora Studies; Comparative Literature; English||Professor Wilks is currently at work on a project tracing the evolution of the Carmen figure from its original 19th-century incarnations to contemporary adaptations set in African diasporic contexts. …|
|Winship, Michael||English; School of Information||History of the book, bibliography, and textual criticism—especially the history of publishing and the book trade in the industrial United States and analytical bibliography of 19th-c. American …|
|Wojciehowski, Hannah||Comparative Literature; English; Center for European Studies; South Asia Institute; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||late medieval and Renaissance literature and culture; early modern colonialism, globalization, and group identity formation; the history of women's writing; the history of literary criticism and …|
|Woodard, Helena||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; African and African Diaspora Studies; Comparative Literature; English||American literature; 18th century British literature; literary theory; ethnic and Third World literature; women, gender, and literature|
|Woods, Marjorie||Comparative Literature; English; Religious Studies; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Literary theory; rhetoric; women, gender, and literature; literature of the Middle Ages in translation; medieval women readers and writers in England; medieval and renaissance rhetoric and pedagogy; …|
|Young, Dean||English||Poetry, poetics|