2016 Faculty and Course Titles

Posted November 2015

Vermont

Director Emily Bartels and Associate Director Tyler Curtain

Jane Austen and the Brontës Isobel Armstrong and Claudia Johnson
Describing the Imagination
Into the Woods: Folktales, Fairy Tales, and the Oral Tradition
Michael Armstrong
Using Theater in the English Classroom Angela Brazil
Writing, Rhetoric, Teaching
Disability in Anglophone Literature
Brenda Brueggemann
Fiction Writing Susan Choi
Playwriting Dare Clubb
Medieval English Romance
Vengeance 
Patricia DeMarco
Black British Literature
The Colonial Rise of the Novel
Lyndon Dominique
Faulkner
Flaubert's
Madame Bovary and Tolstoy's Anna Karenina
Stephen Donadio
History on Stage: American Epic Theater Oskar Eustis
Henry James
Longform Narratives in the World Novel, the Cinema, and the Televisual
Jonathan Freedman
Chaucer
Dante & Vergil
John Fyler
The Arabian Nights: Storytelling, Orientalism, and Islamic Culture Shalom Goldman
Writing and Acting for Change Dixie Goswami, John Elder, Andrea Lunsford, and special guest lecturers
The Literature and Culture of World War I Jenny Green-Lewis
Multigenre Writing Workshop David Huddle
American Fiction since 1945
Literatures of Solitude and the Social 
Amy Hungerford
Solo Performance: Theories and Practices
Race & American Literature in the New Millennium: Identity, Inquiry, and Instability
Douglas Jones, Jr.
Poetry Detective Workshop
Creative Nonfiction
Gwyneth Lewis
Wit and Terror in Modern Irish Literature Margery Sabin
To Catch the English Crown: Shakespeare’s History Plays Stuart Sherman
Jews, Turks, & Moors in Early Modern English Literature
Reading Poetry
Jeffrey Shoulson
Writing for Children Michele Stepto and Sam Swope
American Artists and the African American Book Robert Stepto
Creative Nonfiction Robert Sullivan
Critical Writing
Cli-Fi: Fictions of Climate Change 
Jennifer Wicke

Oxford

Head Tutor Jeri Johnson

The World of Chaucer
Shakespeare at 400
Helen Barr
British Theater: Stage to Page to Stage Michael Cadden
Atlantic Crossings: Anglo-American Literary Relations, 1798-1900
The City and the Country in British Literature, 1700-1800
Christine Gerrard
James Joyce Jeri Johnson
Reinventing the Past: Neo Victorian Returns Cora Kaplan
The Art of Literary Translation Michael Katz
The American Novel after 1945
The History of the American Book at Home, Abroad, and at Sea
Lloyd Pratt
World Cinema, Transnational Film, and Global Screen Cultures
Theories of Waste and its Aesthetic Management
Karl Schoonover

New Mexico

On-site Directors Lars Engle and Holly Laird

Multilingual Writing: Pedagogies and Practices
Mexican American Literature
Damian Baca
Writing the Body Ana Castillo
King Arthur – Chivalric Romance, Chrétien to Malory Lars Engle
Poetry Workshop: Poetry of Humanity and Hope Ruth Forman
The Life of the Author
American Modernism
Langdon Hammer
Asians in the Global/Planetary Imagination Rachel Lee
Multimodal Writing Literacy in a Digital Age Cruz Medina
The Social Character of the Victorian Novel Jeffrey Nunokawa
Wordings-Literature as Knowledge: Readings and Discourse in Writing Simon Ortiz
Shakespeare across Media Bruce Smith
Modern British and American Poetry
Philosophers as Writers
Michael Wood