MemberSabina Knight

philosophy and literature in comparative perspective; early Chinese thought and contemporary Chinese fiction; medical humanities; modern and traditional Chinese literature, literature and medicine, comparative literature (Chinese, French, Russian, Japanese, and North American), literary theory, theories of narrative; East Asian humanities; poetry; ecocriticism; nineteenth-, twentieth- and twenty-first-century Russian literature.

MemberMichelle Leigh Gompf

I am currently a Professor of English and Chair of the Department of Humanities at Concord University in Athens, WV. My main focus of study is William Blake; however, I have recently been focusing more on pop culture, particularly Hannibal Lecter. I have taught a wide variety of classes, including world literature in translation, British Literature (anything from the 17th C on), literary theory, medicine and literature, the anti-hero, and H.P. Lovecraft.