Graduate Student Directory
N.B.: all email addresses share brandeis.edu as their domain name unless otherwise listed.
Areas: Renaissance, early modern health, age studies
Areas: 20th-century American literature, Modernism, and Narrative Theory
Areas: post-45 American fiction, the historical novel, comparative media studies, philosophy and literature
Areas: 19th C. British literature, Novel studies, economic theory, the social-problem novel and industrial fiction; the Gothic, and science-fiction
Areas: early modern, religious literature, gender studies
Areas: Modernism, postmodernism, literary theory, comparative literature
Areas: 20th-century fiction, comparative literature, narrative theory, queer theory
Areas: Contemporary South Asian fiction; transnationalism and postcolonial theory; the global novel; global literary markets and South Asian literary festivals
Areas: 20th-century American literature, disability studie
Areas: Modernism, 20th-century American and Latin-American literature
Areas: Renaissance, Shakespeare, history of medicine/disease, animal studies
Courtney Pina Miller
Areas: Transatlantic modernism; representations of the working class; critical race theor
Areas: medieval, Renaissance, gender studies
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"
Areas: 20th Century American Literature, The American Novel, Critical Race Studies, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Literary Theory, Queer Theory, Deconstruction, Film and Media Studies.
Areas: 20th- and 21st-century Black Transnational Novels; Postcolonial Theory; Race, Feminist and Queer Studies
Areas: 19th-century American, transatlantic Romanticism, theory
Areas: Modernism, medieval English and Latin literature, aesthetics, theology/philosophy and literature
Areas: Medieval literature and modernism, Irish literature, literary theory
Areas: 20th and 21st Century American Literature, critical university studies, and work.
Areas: Transatlantic Modernism, Naturalism
Areas: American and British Modernism; revolutionary politics/ethics, radicalism, and experimentalism; literature and philosophy
Tina Van Kley
Areas: Long 18th-century British literature, religion and literature
Areas: Composition theory, gender and sexuality studies, postcolonial literature
Areas: Renaissance, Reformation, Modernity, Occultism, Magic, Alchemy, History of Science, Colonial New England