Our faculty specialize in literary and cultural studies, film and new media studies, rhetoric and composition studies, linguistics, and creative writing.

We are proud to have a research-oriented faculty which is highly productive. From 2005-2012 our faculty wrote 51 books, 113 articles in peer reviewed journals, and 162 chapters in edited collections.

Recently published books include:

Christopher T. Leland - Love/Imperfect (Wayne State University Press, 2011) Michael Liebler, Ed. - Working Words: Punching the Clock and Kicking Out the Jams (Coffee House Press, 2010)
Ken Jackson and Arthur Marotti, Eds. - Shakespeare and Religion: Early Modern and Postmodern Perspectives (University of Notre Dame Press, 2011) Martha Ratliff - Hmong-Mien Language History (Pacific Linguistics, 2010)
Ruth Ray (co-edited with Roni Calasanti) - Nobody’s Burden: Lessons from the Great Depression on the Struggle for Old-Age Security (Lexington Books, 2011) John R. Reed - Dickens’s Hyperrealism (Ohio State University Press, 2010)
Steven Shaviro - Post-Cinematic Affect (O-Books, 2010) Chris Tysh - Night Scales: A Fable for Klara K (United Artists Book, 2010)
Barrett Watten - The Grand Piano: An Experiment in Collective Autobiography Vol. X (This Press, 2010)    


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