Ruth Panofsky

Professor of English / Graduate Program in Communication & Culture · Ryerson University

Dr. Panofsky specializes in Canadian women in publishing and Canadian Jewish women writers

English Research Higher Education Literature Media & Culture

William L. Andrews, Ph.D.

E. Maynard Adams Professor of English, Department of English and Comparative Literature, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Dr. Andrews is an expert in African American literature, Southern literature and North American slave narratives.

Southern Literature American Literature to 1900 African American Literature Slavery Digital Humanities

Dr Islam Issa

Reader in Literature and History · Birmingham City University

His work has focused primarily on the modern-day reception of Renaissance and Early Modern English literature in global contexts.

Middle East Cultural History Literature Milton Shakespeare Cultural History

Islam Issa

Senior Lecturer, School of English · Birmingham City University

Islam Issa's research focuses primarily on the modern-day reception of Renaissance and Early Modern English literature in global contexts.

John Milton Disability Studies Cultural Studies English Literature Early Modern Literature

Antonio Barrenechea

Professor · University of Mary Washington

Antonio Barrenechea is a scholar and teacher of literature of the Americas and cinema.

Comparative Literature Cinema Studies Literature of the Americas

Kathy Roberts Forde

Associate Professor of Journalism · University of Massachusetts Amherst

Kathy Roberts Forde is a journalism historian with interests in the First Amendment, African American freedom struggle and women's suffrage.

African American Freedom Struggle and the Press The First Amendment Journalism History Journalism Literary Journalism

Barbara Roche Rico

Professor and Chair of English · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

English

Brian Edwards

Dean & Professor of English School of Liberal Arts · Tulane University

Brian Edwards examines U.S. literature and culture in a global context, particularly in the Middle East and North Africa.

Middle East Studies Higher Education Administration

Carla Bittel

Professor of History · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

History of Medicine and Science Gender Issues History of Women's Health Nineteenth-Century U.S. History

Daniel Smith-Christopher

Professor of Theological Studies · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Old Testament Studies Old Testament Theology Religion and Peace Nonviolence Cross-Cultural Interpretation of the Bible and Indigenous Christianity Postcolonial Interpretation of Bible

Shonda Buchanan

Senior Lecturer of African American Studies · Loyola Marymount University

Shonda Buchanan is an award-winning poet and educator who explores race, ethnicity, migration, class, community and culture in her work.

Strategic Communications Public Speaking English with Creative Writing Creative Writing Copy Editing

Germany Kent

Award-Winning Producer & Journalist | Bestselling Author | Hall of Fame Media Personality · https://muckrack.com/germanykent

Kent is an internationally recognized media expert with by-lines and/or quotes featured in hundreds of media outlets around the world.

Multimedia Communications Media Relations and Publicity Corporate Training & Coaching Leadership Branding Communications Sales Marketing Producing Developing Establishing (Enterprise)

Pamela Gilbert

Albert Brick Professor · University of Florida

Pamela Gilbert’s current work focuses on the history of the body, medicine and literature in the nineteenth century.

British Literature Victorian Literature Medical Humanities

Yanjie Wang

Associate Professor of Asian and Asian American Studies; Coordinator for the Asian and Pacific Studies Program · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Ecocinema Gender and Sexuality Trauma and Violence Displacement and Internal Migration Chinese cinema

Chris Foss

Professor of English · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Foss specializes in 19th-century British literature, with a secondary expertise in disability studies.

British Victorian Novel Oscar Wilde British Literature Since 1800 British Romantic Literature British Romantic Women Poets

Julie McCown

Assistant Professor of English · Southern Utah University

Specializing in early American natural history, post-humanism, and digital humanities theory

Ecocriticism Race and Nature in Early American Literature Early American Novels U.S. Civil War Literature Composition

Jodi Magness, Ph.D.

Kenan Distinguished Professor for Teaching Excellence in Early Judaism, Department of Religious Studies. Adjunct Appointment, Department of Classics. Faculty member, Carolina Center for Jewish Studies and the Curriculum in Archaeology · UNC-Chapel Hill

Dr. Magness' research interests include Jerusalem, Qumran & the Dead Sea Scrolls, ancient synagogues, Masada and the Roman Army in the East.

Jerusalem Judaism Ancient Pottery Archaeology of Ancient Palestine Ancient Synagogues

Holli Levitsky

Professor of English and Director of Jewish Studies · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Jewish Studies American Culture and the Holocaust Holocaust Studies Holocaust Pedagogy Southern American Literature

Alexandra Neel

Associate Professor of English and Director of Humanities · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Nineteenth-Century British Literature Visual Cultures Theories and Histories of Photography Travel Literature Polar Studies

Marie E. McAllister

Professor of English · University of Mary Washington

Dr. McAllister currently works on the intersections of literature and medicine.

Health Humanities Jane Austen Literature and Medicine Eighteenth-Century Literature British Literature