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Kelcie Adams
1st year, PhD
knadams@

Areas: 18th and 19th centuries, disability studies, and gender and sexuality

Abigail Arnold
3rd year, PhD
aarnold26@

Areas: Nineteenth century British literature, the novel, gender and representations of women's relationships

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Hanh Bui
ABD, PhD
hbui@

Areas: Renaissance, early modern health, age studies

Jacob Burg
4th year, PhD
burgja@

Areas: 20th-century American literature, Genre Studies, and Narrative Theory

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Kurt Cavender

ABD, PhD
kcavende@

Areas: post-45 American fiction, the historical novel, comparative media studies, philosophy and literature

Working Dissertation Title: "Genre, Form, and Event in Contemporary Historical Fiction and Documentary Film"


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Paige Eggebrecht
4th year, PhD
pme89@brandeis.edu

Areas: 19th C. British literature, Novel studies, economic theory, the social-problem novel and industrial fiction; the Gothic, and science-fiction

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Jennifer Factor
2nd year, MA
jfactor@

Areas: Literary artifacts, prosody, poetry, gender and language, psychoanalysis

Diana Filar
3rd year, PhD
dfilar@

Areas: 20th and 21st century American, immigrant literature, affect theory, neoliberalism in literature, women's and gender studies, and experimental genre/form

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Daniella Gati
4th year, PhD
dgati@

Areas: Modernism, postmodernism, literary theory, comparative literature

Bruno George
ABD, PhD
dgeorge@

Areas: 20th-century fiction, comparative literature, narrative theory, queer theory

Emiliano Gutierrez Popoca
2nd year, PhD
egutierrezp@

Areas: Early Modern Poetry and Drama

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Seolji Han
3rd year, PhD
shanol@

Areas: 20th century British literature, modernism, postcolonial theory, elegy, melancholia

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Luigi Juarez
ABD, PhD
lajuarez@

Areas:  Modernism, 20th-century American and Latin-American literature

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Dominick Knowles
2nd year, PhD
dknowles@brandeis.edu

Areas: 20th-Century American Literature, Critical Theory, Postmodernism

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Pyunghwa Lee
3rd year, PhD
pyunghwalee@

Areas:Victorian

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Avi Mendelson
ABD, PhD
amendel@

Areas:  Renaissance, Shakespeare, history of medicine/disease, animal studies

Courtney Pina Miller
4th year, PhD
cpmiller@

Areas: Transatlantic modernism; representations of the working class; critical race theory

Vinodini Murugesan
ABD, PhD
vino@

Areas: medieval, Renaissance, gender studies

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Brenden O'Donnell
ABD, PhD
odonnell@

Areas: LGBTIA literature, pulp fiction, new queer cinema, critical addiction studies, disability studies, theories of mourning and melancholia
Working Dissertation Title: "Queer Temperance: Recovery as Critical Mourning"

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David Pass
ABD, PhD
dpass@

Areas:  20th and 21st Century American Literature, The American Novel, Critical Race Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Literary Theory, Queer Theory, Deconstruction, Film and Media Studies.

Reza Pourmikail
3rd year, PhD
rpourmikail@

Areas: Early modern poetry; Milton; Modernism; Irish literature; Literature and philosophy

William Price Jr.
2nd year, PhD
wprice@

Areas: Roman Myth

Gina Pugliese
ABD, PhD
gpuglies@

Areas: 20th- and 21st-century Black Transnational Novels; Postcolonial Theory; Race, Feminist and Queer Studies 

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Noam Schiff
4th year, PhD
schiffn@

Areas: Medieval literature and modernism, Irish literature, literary theory

Matthew Schratz
ABD, PhD
mschratz@

Areas: 20th and 21st Century American Literature, critical university studies, and work.

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Jennifer Thomas
ABD, PhD
jthomas@

Areas: Transatlantic Modernism, Naturalism

Kemal Onur Toker
4th year, PhD

Areas: Renaissance, Political theory, Early Modern philosphy, Continental philosophy, and Comparative Literature

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Tina Van Kley
ABD, PhD
tvankley@

Areas: Long 18th-century British literature, religion and literature

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Byeongkee Yang
ABD, PhD
bkyang@

Areas: Renaissance, Reformation, Modernity, Occultism, Magic, Alchemy, History of Science, Colonial New England

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