Director of Graduate Studies, Comparative Literature
Associate Professor, Comparative Literature
Research Interests: Continental philosophy and literary theory; Marxism and cultural studies; race and postcolonial theory; feminism and queer theory; animal studies and ecocriticism; Caribbean diaspora studies.
Director, Interdisciplinary Program in Global and Postcolonial Studies
Research Interests: Frankfurt School critical theory, Postcolonial and world literature; political aesthetics and philosophical discourses of utopia and the good life; race, culture, postcolonial theory
Woodruff Professor of Comparative Literature and French
Research Interests: 19th and 20th century French, English and American literature; literature and psychoanalysis, philosophy, trauma and testimony, law and literature; feminism, theater and performance.
Professor of English, Comparative Literature and the Liberal Arts
Research Interests: Cultural and critical theory; histories, theories, and representations of the modern and modernity; the rhetoric and genealogy of the disciplines and disciplinarity; interdisciplinary methods and project design.