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|Cox, James||English; Center for Mexican American Studies||Twentieth and twenty-first century Native American literature, especially novels; Native American literary theory; twentieth and twenty-first century ethnic American literatures, including Chicana/o …|
|Cullingford, Elizabeth||English; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Irish literature, film, politics, and culture; modern poetry; women's studies; drama and film; Shakespeare; the relation between high and popular culture|
|Cvetkovich, Ann||Center for Asian American Studies; Comparative Literature; English; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||The formation of subcultures, local counterpublics, and lesbian communities; public feelings; trauma studies; women, gender and literature; American Literature; 19th Century British Literature; …|
|Davis, D||Communication Studies; English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||My work is situated at the intersection of rhetorical theory and continental philosophy. I hold the Kenneth Burke Chair of Rhetoric & Critical Media Philosophy at the European Graduate School in …|
|Diab, Rasha||English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Rhetorical Theory, History and Criticism; Composition Studies; Political Discourse; Critical Discourse Analysis; Comparative/Contrastive and (Inter)cultural Rhetoric; Public Address; Transnational …|
|Ferreira-Buckley, Linda||English; Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Rhetorical education (e.g., speech, writing, ethics) of Barbara Jordan, Houston's Fifth Ward, African Americans in the South. History of rhetoric, especially 18th- and 19th-century rhetoric. …|
|Friedman, Alan||Comparative Literature; English||British and American modernism; the novel; drama, especially Shakespeare; international programs and faculty governance and academic freedom|
|Gonzalez, John||American Studies; Comparative Literature; English||Latino/a literature, especially Chicano/a literature; late nineteenth-century US literature and culture; narrative theory; postcolonial theory; cultural studies.|
|Graham, Don||Edward A. Clark Center for Australian and New Zealand Studies; English||Southwestern American Literature; Australian Literature and Film; American Literature|