Literature: affect and politics; problems in mass culture and popular culture; science and technology studies; critical historicism and the contemporary moment; Shakespeare in public culture; Milton and early modern literature
Literature: middle eastern literature; world literature; postcolonial studies, gender and sexuality
Literature: American Indian literatures, Southern studies, Native American and Indigenous Studies, American fiction from the beginnings to the 21st century, multi-ethnic American literatures
British modernism; technologies of culture; periodical press history; gender
Composition: Composition, creative writing, humor writing
Linguistics: morphology, syntax, quantitative linguistics, history of ideas
Creative Writing: fiction, non-fiction and translation
Composition: Postcolonial Studies, Anglophone Caribbean Studies, Sexuality Studies, Rhetorics of Belonging and Identity, Cultural and Visual Rhetoric, Spatial Theory, Women’s Studies, Masculinity Studies, Class Theory
Literature: Medieval literature; medieval historiography; translation; rhetoric; classical reception; Welsh and Celtic Studies
Literature: African American literature; poetry
Early Modern British Literature and Culture; Mobility and Family; Ecocriticism and the Late Renaissance; Plants and Insects in Early Modern Culture; Poetry and Early Modern Science
Composition: Hemingway, Composition
Creative Writing: Nonfiction; Essay
Composition: Social movements, race and ethnic studies, theories of genders and sexualities, pedagogy, mindfulness education, and the globalization of liberal arts education
Writing and Rhetoric: Writing and Rhetoric: International technical communication, professional and technical communication, social justice, public intellectualism, rhetoric of technology, technology and elections, politics, biometric technology, and localization.
Corpus Linguistics, Multilingual Learners' Academic Communication and Identity, L2 Pronunciation.
Literature: 18th and 19th century British literature and culture, esp. Romanticism; lyric poetry; history of reading; literary and cultural theory
Film and Media: global media and television studies, Middle East and Arab media studies, visual culture studies, urban studies, critical theory, media history and theory, religion and media, cultural studies
Writing and Rhetoric: Classical and contemporary rhetorical theory, digital rhetoric, digital scholarship and electronic publication, web authoring and design, technical and scientific writing
Writing and Rhetoric: writing program administration, professional writing, composition
Composition: Workplace writing, writing transfer, writing in the disciplines, online and hybrid pedagogy
Composition: British film and television, adaptation studies, composition, British cultural studies, film and television directors, media history, arts documentary
Literature: world literature, modern fiction, comparative literature
Folklore: narrative, performance, the ethnography of communication, Persianate oral traditions, Islam, Central Asia and the Middle East
Folklore: Folklore, public humanities, performance studies, African Studies, women's and gender studies, politics and culture, ethnographic fieldwork, filmmaking, digital storytelling.
Genre systems analysis, procedural rhetoric, game design, rhetorics of crowdfunding, creative contexts.
Writing and Rhetoric: Professional and Technical Writing, Rhetoric and Composition, Queer Rhetorics, HIV/AIDS, Health Communication, Risk Communication
Literature: early modern literature and political philosophy
Writing and Rhetoric: multilingual writing, second language writing, translingualism, trauma studies, feminist rhetorics/rhetorical feminism
Literature: early American literature, early modern women's writing, feminist theory
Chesapeake Bay regional literature and culture; film studies
Literature and culture of the U.S. South; race, religion, and literature; ecocriticism and environmental justice.
Fiction, Memoir, Political Theory, Psychoanalysis
Composition: Composition theory and practice, adult learning theory, and medieval literature and history.
Literature: Speculative fiction and sci-fi; environmental humanities; C20/21 multi-ethnic American literatures; postcolonial and Indigenous literatures; science and technology studies; gender and sexuality studies.
Literature: contemporary poetry; Critical Theory; Visual art and Art History;
Creative Writing: poetry
Composition: multilingual writers, multi-ethnic American literature, bibliomemoirs.
Literature: Teen/Young Adult Literature; Gender and Sexuality Studies; Multi-Ethnic American Literature; African American Literature; Women Writers; Harry Potter
Linguistics: phonetics, laboratory phonology, speech perception, speech production, bi-(or multi-)lingualism
Writing and Rhetoric: Feminist research/feminist rhetoric, creative nonfiction, community writing, writing across the curriculum/in the disciplines, ethnography, writing program administration and pedagogy
Folklore: Contemporary Irish Folklore, Sense of Place, Appalachian Studies, Transnational Migration
Writing and Rhetoric: Medical rhetoric, vaccine controversy, professional and technical communication, public rhetoric, rhetoric of science and technology
Writing center theory and practice, research methods, discourse analysis
Creative Nonfiction and Composition
Composition: First year composition, teacher development, scholarship of teaching and learning
Literature: nineteenth-century American literature; gender and sexuality studies; research methods; queer theory
child language acquisition, morphology, morphosyntax, language variation, real-time language comprehension
Literature: Modernism; Postcolonialism; Anglophone novel, drama, and poetry, spec. Irish, Caribbean, British literature; literary theory, cultural studies, petroculture & theories of energy transition; History of English, Global English literary criticism
Writing center studies, anti-racist and critical pedagogy, mentorship and empathy in the writing center context
Literature: Early modern literature, Shakespeare and Renaissance drama, gender and sexuality
Writing and Rhetoric: Writing Program Administration incl. Labor Advocacy, Professional Development, and Curriculum Development | Composition Pedagogy incl. Writing about Writing, Public Writing, Active Learning, Distance Learning, and Service Learning
Literature: history of children's literature; eighteenth-century British literature; disability studies
Film and Media Studies: Internet Studies, Science and Technology Studies, Media Studies, Cultural Studies, AI / Machine Learning, Big Data, Image Recognition, Computer Vision
Creative Writing: non-fiction and fiction
Literature: Poetics, Romanticism, Postmodernism.
Creative Writing: fiction
Literature: Renaissance and early modern English literature; New World travel and contact narratives; early modern history writing and antiquarianism; early modern Ireland; ecocritical and geocritical approaches to literature; postcolonialism
conversations in academic writing
Creative Writing: Poetry Writing, Modern and Contemporary Poetry
Composition: teaching composition in a multicultural classroom
Composition: - Visual and digital rhetoric and the rhetoric of display as they relate to discourse and identity. - Preparing student for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. - Hyperbole and its influence on/representation in social rhetoric. - Targeted writing programs to address the professional and academic needs of non-traditional students in an online and blended-delivery setting.
Literature: Contemporary Literature; History and Theory of the Novel; Image Theory; Film and Television Studies; Comics Studies
Writing and Rhetoric: Technical communication; Audience studies; User experience (UX); Data analytics & corpus analysis.
Writing and Rhetoric: faculty development, composition and rhetoric, writing program administration, writing pedagogy education
Writing and Rhetoric
Classic cinema, Orson Welles and the origins of "truthiness" in performance, transindigenous adaptations of Shakespeare, and performing gendered and racialized sexualities from Shakespeare to Hollywood.
Literature: British literature and culture of the long nineteenth century, nineteenth-century British novel, materialist approaches to literature.
Composition: 19th-century American literature, with particular focus on works by women and African-Americans and the novel; American antislavery literature; digital humanities; open educational resources; writing in and about the disciplines.
Writing and Rhetoric: multilingual education, metacognition, language justice, memory and media, qualitative research
global and transnational cinema; incarceration and security; diaspora and migration; violence and human rights; colonialism; Indian, Irish, and Latin American film; race, ethnicity, gender, and sexuality
Linguistics: Syntax, morphology, semantics, language documentation and revitalization; Scottish Gaelic, St. Lawrence Island / Siberian Yupik; aspect, tense, mood, modality; Distributed Morphology; roots and categories; nominals and nominal functional structure.
rhetorics of horror, mental distress, and mental health conditions; rhetorics of disability; writing, literature and feminist pedagogies
Creative Writing: Poetry
Creative Writing: short stories; crime, mystery, and suspense fiction; book reviews.
Literature and popular culture, history of technology and business.
Composition: Digital Literacy, Multilingualism in Composition Studies
Linguistics: Computational Linguistics, Linguistic Typology, Language and cognition, Morphology, Language documentation
Linguistics: phonetics, phonology, second language acquisition, speech accents, alien language
Literature: late eighteenth century/early nineteenth century black antislavery writing with a particular emphasis on slave narrative autobiography, early black polemic, and their contributions to Atlantic political and intellectual currencies
Writing and Rhetoric: Writing Program Administration, Feminist Rhetorics, Composition
Linguistics: Application of linguistics to TESL, formal semantics and the semantics-pragmatics interface, historical linguistics, computational linguistics
Literature: Restoration and 18th-Century British literature; nationalism, imperialism, and literary culture; postcolonial and world literature, esp. South Asian; anthologies of African American writing
Folklore: Material Culture, Heritage, Museums, Tourism, Oral Narrative, Ethnographic Fieldwork, China, East Asia