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Nancy Arenberg. Associate Professor of French (Ph.D. University of Arizona). Teaching and research areas: seventeenth- and eighteenth-century French literature, epistolary fiction, feminist theory, and Francophone literature (arenberg@uark.edu).

M. Keith Booker. James E. and Ellen Wadley Roper Professor of English and Director of the Program in Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies. (Ph.D. University of Florida) Teaching and research areas: Science Fiction, Postcolonial Literature, Literature of the Left, Modern American Literature, Modern British Literature, Film and Television Studies, Comic Books and Graphic Novels, Literary and Cultural Theory. (kbooker@uark.edu)

Geoffrey Brock. Assistant Professor of English and Director of the Program in Literary Translation. (M.F.A. University of Florida, Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania). Teaching and research areas: Poetry writing, prosody, literary translation, modern Italian poetry, verse novels

John DuVal. Professor of English (Ph.D., M.F.A., University of Arkansas). Teaching and research areas: Translation Theory and Practice, Creative Writing, Comparative Literature. (jduval@uark.edu)

David Fredrick. Associate Professor of Classics and Director of the Humanities Program (Ph.D. University of Southern California). Teaching and research areas: Roman social history, Roman poetry, and Hellenistic poetry (dfredric@uark.edu)

Adnan Haydar. Professor of Arabic (Ph.D. University of California, San Diego). Teaching and research areas: Modern and classical Arabic literature, comparative literature, folk literature and oral poetics (ahaydar@uark.edu)

Jennifer Hoyer. Assistant Professor of German. Teaching and research areas: German-Jewish Studies, Literary History, Holocaust Studies, Poetry and Poetics (jhoyer@uark.edu)

Mohja Kahf. Associate Professor of English (Ph.D. Comparative Literature, Rutgers University). Teaching and research areas: Comparative Literature, Arabic Literature, Postcolonialism, Poetry, Autobiography, Love & Eros, the Quran, Critical Theory, and Gender (mkahf@uark.edu)

Kay Pritchett. Professor of Spanish (Ph.D. University of North Carolina). Teaching and research areas: Contemporary Spanish poetry, psychoanalysis, feminism (pritche@uark.edu)

Frank Scheide. Associate Professor of Communication (Ph.D. University of Wisconsin). Teaching and research areas: Film, Television, Documentary Film, Cultural Studies (fscheide@uark.edu)

Patrick J. Slattery. Associate Professor of English (Ph.D. Indiana University). Teaching and research areas: Composition Theory and Practice, Writing Across the Curriculum (pslatter@uark.edu)  

Luis Fernando Restrepo. Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies (Ph.D. University of Maryland). Teaching and research areas: Colonial Latin America, postcolonial theory, cultural studies, indigenous literatures of the Americas, Colombian literature, literature and Human Rights. (lrestr@uark.edu)

Thomas Rosteck. Associate Professor of Communication (Ph.D. Wisconsin). Teaching and research areas: cultural studies, television, popular culture. (trosteck@uark.edu)

Charles H. Adams. Associate Professor of English, Associate Dean of Arts and Sciences. (Ph.D. University of Virginia) Teaching and research areas: American Literature, Native American Literature, Law and Literature, World Literature. (cadams@uark.edu)

Jacob Adler. Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy. Teaching and reseach areas: social and political philosophy, philosophy of law, ethical theory, applied ethics, and modern philosophy, especially Spinoza. (jadler@uark.edu)

JoAnn D'Alisera. Assistant Professor of Anthropology. Teaching and research areas: West Africa, Africans in America, Islam, American Islam, Symbolic & interpretive anthropology, religion, material culture, transnational communities and identities. (dalisera@uark.edu)

Steven M. Bell. Associate Professor of Spanish and Director of the Latin American Studies Program (Ph.D. University of Kansas). Teaching and research areas: Contemporary Latin American and Mexican literature, U.S. Latino, literary theory, cultural studies (sbell@uark.edu)

Lori Bernard. Assistant Professor of Spanish (Ph.D. University of Califorina, Davis). Teaching and research areas: Medieval literature and Renaissance poetry (lbernar@uark.edu)

Joseph Candido. Professor of English and Chair of the Department of English (Ph.D. Indiana University) Teaching and research areas: Renaissance Literature, Shakespeare, Drama (candido@uark.edu)

Robert Cochran. Professor of English; Chair of American Studies; Director of the Center for Arkansas and Regional Studies (Ph.D. University of Toronto) Teaching and research areas: Folklore, American Studies, Contemporary Literature, World Drama. (rcochran@uark.edu)

Kathleen M. Condray. Associate Professor of German and Director of German Graduate Studies (Ph.D. University of Illinois). Teaching and research areas: Minority and women writers of the 20th and 21st centuries. (condray@uark.edu)

Vincent J. Cornell. Professor of History, Director of King Fahd Center. Teaching and research areas: Islamic Theology-Philosophy-Law, Sufism, Islamic West, Islamic Modernism. (vcornell@uark.edu)

Kirsten Erickson. Assistant Professor of Anthropology. Teaching and research areas: Native Americans, Northern Mexico, sociolinguistics, gender, performance studies, U.S.-Mexico borderlands, memory culture, narrative. (kirstin@uark.edu)

Michael Heffernan. Professor of English (Ph.D. University of Massachusetts). Teaching and research areas: Poetry Writing, Modern American Poetry, Contemporary Poetry and Poetics.(heffgalway@aol.com)

David A. Jollife. Professor and Brown Chair in English Literacy (Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin). Teaching and research areas: Discourse analysis, literacy theory and practice, history and theory of rhetoric, teaching of English. (djollif@uark.edu)

Elizabeth Markham. Research Professor of Ethnomusicology (Ph.D. University of Cambridge). Teaching and research areas: Music of East Asia, Sino-Japanese modal theory, musical notations for Japanese court song and Buddhist chant, Comparative Music Theory. (markham@uark.edu)

Susan M. Marren. Associate Professor of English (Ph.D. University of Michigan). Teaching and research areas: Modern American Fiction, American Literature, African American Literature, Gender Studies (smarren@uark.edu) 

William A. Quinn. Professor of English (Ph.D. Ohio State University) Teaching and research areas: Medieval Literature, Chaucer, science fiction (wquinn@uark.edu)

Reina Ruiz. Associate Professor of Spanish (Ph.D. University of Washington). Teaching and research areas: Golden Age drama and Latin American theater (rruiz@uark.edu)

Richard D. Sonn. Associate Professor of History (Ph.D. University of California at Berkeley). Teaching and research areas: modern European social, cultural and intellectual history, and French History.

Dorothy Stephens. Professor of English and Director of Graduate Studies in English (Ph.D. University of California at Berkeley). Teaching and research areas: Renaissance Literature, Edmund Spenser, Gender Studies (dstephen@uark.edu)

Steve Striffler. Professor of Anthropology (Ph.D. New School for Social Research). Teaching and research areas: Latin America, agrarian politics, Latino migration to U.S., oral history and popular memory, political conflict, agricultural restructuring and development.

Ted Swedenburg. Professor of Anthropology (Ph.D. University of Texas at Austin). Teaching and research areas: Cultural Middle East, popular culture, world music, cultural studies, transnational identities, domination and resistance.

Sergio Villalobos. Assistant Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies (Ph.D. University of Pittsburgh). Teaching and Research areas: Contemporary critical theory, 19th and 20th century Latin American Literature, Southern Cone, Chile, and Latin American visual cultures. (svillal@uark.edu)

Rembrandt Wolpert . Professor of Ethnomusicology (Ph.D. University of Cambridge). Teaching and research areas: musical grammars, computational tools in (ethno)musicology, historical sources in Far Eastern ethnomusicology, and organology. (wolpert@uark.edu)

 
 
 
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Department of English, 333 Kimpel Hall, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701