Department of English

Stephanie Troutman

Assistant Professor

STEPHANIE TROUTMAN is Assistant Professor of Emerging Literacies in Rhetoric, Composition and the Teaching of English. She is an affiliated faculty member in the Institute for LGBT Studies and Gender and Women’s Studies, and Faculty Coordinator of the award-winning Wildcat Writers outreach program and Director of the Southern Arizona Writing Project, a local site of the National Writing Project. She is an editor for the groundbreaking new series “Queering Teacher Education Across Contexts,” and co-editor of Race & Ethnicity in US Television.

 

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Lynda Zwinger

Professor

LYNDA ZWINGER is Professor of English, Director of Undergraduate Studies, Affiliated Faculty in Gender and Women’s Studies, and Editor of Arizona Quarterly at the University of Arizona. She specializes in the novel and late-19th- to early-20th-century American literature. Her most recent book is Telling in Henry James: The Web of Experience and the Forms of Reality.

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Charles Scruggs

Professor

Charles Scruggs is a professor of American literature at the University of Arizona. He is the author of The Sage in Harlem: H.L. Mencken and the Black Writers of the 1920s, Sweet Home: Invisible Cities in the Afro-American Novel, and co-author of two other books on African-American writers. He has also published articles on Richard Wright, Ralph Ellison, James Baldwin, Ernest Hemingway, John Fowles, Raymond Chandler, Alexander Pope, Jonathan Swift and on American film.

 

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  • Film Noir: Hollywood's Subversive Cinema - 2006

Laura C. Berry

Associate Professor, Associate Dean

LAURA C. BERRY is Associate Professor of English at the University of Arizona and Associate Dean of The Honors College.  She is the author of The Child, the State and the Victorian Novel, and numerous articles on Dickens, the Brontes, George Eliot, and Victorian literature and culture.  She received her doctorate from UC Berkeley in 1992.

 

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Jerry Hogle

Professor

JERROLD E. HOGLE (Ph.D., Harvard University) is UA Distinguished Professor in English. Former President of the International Gothic Association and a Guggenheim, Mellon, and Huntington Library Fellow for research–and recent winner of the Distinguished Scholar Award from the Keats-Shelley Association of America–he has published widely on Romantic poetry and theater, literary and cultural theory, and the Gothic. In addition, he is the winner of many teaching awards.

 

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Thomas P. Miller

Professor; Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs

THOMAS P. MILLER is Professor of English and Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs. He directed the Writing Program and the graduate program in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English. He writes about rhetoric, teaching writing, and higher education, and has won a national book award and awards for mentoring graduate students, supporting faculty, and advancing diversity. He has received three Humanities Seminars Superior Teaching Awards. 

 

 

 

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  • Changing minds/changing worlds: the politics and poetry of the 60s - 2010
  • Drawing Up Sides in American Politics: What Choices are Left, and Right? - 2008
  • American Political Rhetoric - 2007

Peter Medine

Professor Emeritus

PETER E. MEDINE is Professor Emeritus at the University of Arizona, where he served in the English Department from 1969 to 2014. He has written, edited, or coedited seven books in Early Modern English studies. His most recent coedited book is Visionary Milton: Essays in Prophecy and Violence (2010). He is the recipient of several Humanities Seminars Superior Teaching Awards and the College of Humanities Award for Outreach Service.

 

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  • Shakespearean Comedy - 2009
  • Political Shakespeare - 2008
  • Love and Death: Shakespeare's Comedies and Tragedies - 2006
  • Lyric Poetry - 2004
  • Milton's Paradise Lost in Our Time - 2003
  • Shakespeare on Love - 2000
  • Shakespeare's Comedy and Tragedy - 1999
  • Shakespeare & the Family - 1997

Meg Lota Brown

Professor

MEG LOTA BROWN is Professor of English and Director of the UA Graduate Center. She is the author or editor of three books and has published numerous articles on Reformation politics, Renaissance literature, science, art, gender, theology, and authors from Shakespeare and Donne to Christine de Pizan and Rachel Speght. Dr. Brown has received nearly every major teaching award at the UA, as well as awards for her research, service, and leadership.

 

 

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  • English Renaissance Love Poetry - 2007
  • Women and Culture in Renaissance Europe - 2005
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