Textual Studies Program Faculty

Participating faculty include members from several departments and programs at the university.

Ann-Charlotte Gavel Adams, Barbro Osher Endowed Professor of Swedish Studies Email
Scandinavian drama, Swedish literature, Strindberg, Scandinavian women writers

Beatrice Arduini, Assistant Professor of Italian Email
Medieval Italian literature, Dante, manuscript culture

George Bozarth, Professor of Music History Email
Brahms, problems in chronology, documents, word-tone relationships, editorial issues

Heekyoung Cho, Assistant Professor of Asian Languages and Literature Email
Korean, postcolonial studies, translation, global and transnational studies, print culture, modern Korean literature

Collette Cox, Professor of Asian Languages and Literature Email
Buddhist studies, Sanskrit, early Buddhist manuscripts

Jennifer Dubrow, Assistant Professor of Asian Languages and Literature Email
Print culture in South Asia, nineteenth-century South Asian, Urdu, novel

David Farkas, Professor of Human Centered Design & Engineering Email
Information design, web design, hypertext, software user assistance, PowerPoint

Ana Gomez-Bravo, Associate Professor of Spanish and Portuguese Email
Critical theory, culture, food, gender, women, and sexuality studies, medieval, textual studies

Stephen Kerr, Professor of Education Email
Educational technology

Jeffrey Knight, Assistant Professor of English Email
Renaissance literature, history of the book, history of reading, print and manuscript culture

Thomas Lockwood, Professor of English Email
Restoration and eighteenth-century British literature, Fielding, print history

Joe Milutis, Assistant Professor School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences Email
Experimental sound and radio, video works, new media, media and literature hybrids

Raimonda Modiano, Professor of English and Comparative Literature Email
British Romanticism, textual theory, editorial practice

Scott Noegel, Professor of Biblical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies Email
Hebrew Bible, ancient Near Eastern languages and cultures

Sean O'Connor, Professor of Law Email
Art law, artistic freedom, intellectual property

Kathleen O'Neill, Professor of Law Email
Art law, artistic freedom, contracts, copyright, intellectual property, trademark law

Suzanne Petersen, Associate Professor of Spanish Email
Pan-Hispanic traditional ballad, poetics of orally transmitted poetry, digital humanities

Brian Reed, Professor of English Email
20th-century poetry and poetics, digital texts

Paul Remley, Professor of English Email
Old English, Middle English, Medieval Latin, manuscript study, palaeography, codicology

Zahr Said, Assistant Professor of Law Email
Copyright, intellectual property, trademark law

Leroy Searle, Professor of English and Comparative Literature Email
Photographic criticism and theory, history of science, computers and knowledge representation

Michael Shapiro, Professor of Asian Languages and Literature, Divisional Dean Email
Hindi, linguistics, Indo-Aryan languages and linguistics

Robert Stacey, Professor of History, Dean of Arts and Sciences Email
Medieval English history, Jewish history; political, constitutional, and economic history

Robin Stacey, Professor of History Email
Medieval Europe, Celtic history, women and gender

William Streitberger, Professor of English Email
16th- and 17th-century British history, literature, and drama; textual theory and practice

JoAnn Taricani, Professor of Music History Email
Medieval and Renaissance music

Joseph Tennis, Associate Professor of Information Email
Classification theory, metadata, knowledge organization, interoperability, versioning

Geoffrey Turnovsky, Associate Professor of French Email
Early modern France and Europe, print culture, early modern media, authorship, and readership

Míċeál Vaughan, Professor of English, Professor and Chair of Comparative Literature Email
Medieval English literature, manuscript studies

Christina Wygant, Senior Lecturer, Comparative History of Ideas Email
18th-19th-century English travel narratives, editorial versions, critical theory