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MemberAshley Roach

Literature, Literary Theory, Literary Criticism, John Milton, Feminist Theory, Mary Shelley, Charlotte Brontë, Mary Wollstonecraft, Seventeenth Century English Literature, Seventeenth Century, Seventeenth and eighteenth-century women writers, women moral philosophers, Regency England, Eighteenth-Century literature, Restoration and Eighteenth-Century English Literature, British Eighteenth-Century Literature and Culture, Nineteenth Century Studies, Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture, Oscar Wilde, Lucy Hutchinson, Postmodern Literary Theory and Popular Culture, George Eliot, Queer Theory, Feminist theory and Gender Studies, Queer theory, Sexuality, postructuralist theory, Media, Popular culture, Film, Literature, Postmodern Literature, Rape in Literature, Female Writers and Milton, 17th Century British (Literature), 18th Century Gender Identity, Gender Studies, Feminism, Gothic Literature, Shelley Circle, Authorship and Identity, Frankenstein, English Romanticism, 18th Century British Literature, Modern Fashion and Historical Silhouettes, Alexander McQueen, Perceptions and reflections of mental illness in western society as indicated in literature, Science and Romanticism, and Digital archiving, electronic literacy and the expanding intellectual discourse across classes

MemberNina Chordas

Medieval, Renaissance, 18th century, Russian and Soviet Literature, Translation (Russian into English, literary). I am a certified translator (Russian>English) through the American Translators Association (ATA). I am particularly interested in Renaissance and Soviet versions of utopia, and in Soviet interpretations of the Renaissance.

MemberJason Gulya

I am currently a Full-Time Lecturer in the Rutgers University Writing Program, where I teach literature and composition. My interests and dynamic and diverse. They include Restoration and 18th-Century British Literature, Allegory, Pedagogy, Representations of Writing in Literature, Children’s Literature, Renaissance Literature, Religion and Literature, Genre Studies, the Graphic Novel, Modern Adaptations of 17th- and 18th-Century Literature, Rhetoric and Composition.

MemberTiffany DeRewal

Ph.D. Candidate in English at Temple University (18th-19th c. American Literature and Medical Humanities) and Writing Instructor at Rowan University I am pursuing a PhD in English literature at Temple University. My dissertation, “The Resurrection and the Knife: Protestantism, Nationalism, and the Invention of the Cadaver During the Rise of American Medicine” focuses on the intersection between gothic fiction, medical historiography, and religious ideology in the early American republic, with particular attention to the cadaver as it is created in cultural, medical, and spiritual discourse. This research unites my interests in the social history of medicine and the dynamics of the religious imagination in the 18th and 19th century United States. Research Interests: 19th c. American literature, literature and history in the early American republic, the medical humanities, gothic literature, spirituality and science Teaching Interests: writing across disciplines, writing with technology, digital research methods and pedagogy