PhD Students

Name

Specialities

Email

 
Amanda Bohne   abohne@nd.edu  
Trish Bredar Nineteenth-century British Literature; Gender; Space and Mobility; Women writers pbredar@nd.edu  
Mayra Cano   mcano@nd.edu  
Kristen Carlson   kcarlso4@nd.edu  
Claudia Carroll 19th Century British and Irish Literature, the Novel, Narrative Theory, Historiography, Memory Studies ccarrol3@nd.edu  
Shinjini Chattopadhyay Anglo-Irish modernism, Modern Irish literature, James Joyce, and genetic criticism schattop@nd.edu  
Haylee Chavanne   hchavann@nd.edu  
John Conlan Psychoanalysis, Cultural memory, Urbanism and the Politics of the everyday    
Sarah Coogan British and Irish Modernism, Irish Studies, Poetry & Poetics, Postcolonial Theory, Religion & Literature scoogan@nd.edu  
Chanel Cox   ccox12@nd.edu  
Jeremy Davidheiser British Romanticism, Victorian Literature, Gender and Politics jdavidhe@nd.edu  
Julian Dean Irish literature; Modernism; Postcolonial literatures and theory; Critical theory; and the Anthropocene jdean6@nd.edu  
Emily Pitts Donahoe Early modern literature, Shakespeare and Renaissance drama, Shakespeare in performance, early modern performance practices, early modern logic, rhetoric, and pedagogy edonahoe@nd.edu  
Douglas Duhaime Eighteenth-Century Literature, Literature and Science, Digital Humanities dduhaime@nd.edu  
Ala Fink Milton, early American poetry, Reformation exegesis, Hebrew and Latin philology, classical rhetoric afink@nd.edu  
Mimi Ensley History of the Book, Middle English Popular Romance, Manuscript Studies, Chaucer, Langland mensley@nd.edu  
Richard Fahey Old English, Old Norse, Middle English and Anglo-Latin language and literature, monstrosity, philology, etymology, paleography, syncretism, stylistics, code-switching, riddles, magic and the poetic traditions of Medieval England and Scandinavia.  rfahey@nd.edu  
Erik-John Fuhrer British and Irish Modernism, Queer Theory, Critical Animal Studies efuhrer@nd.edu  
Tyler Gardner American Literature; Religion and Postsecular Studies; Writing and Rhetoric gardner.57@nd.edu  
Danielle Green C19–20 British and Irish Literature; Gender Studies; Space Studies; Narrative Theory; Queer Theory dgreen8@nd.edu  
Rachel Hanks   rhanks@nd.edu  
Marjorie Housley Old English, Old Irish, and Old Norse Literatures; Gender Studies; Queer Theory; Affect Theory, History of the Emotions Marjorie.A.Housley.2@nd.edu  
Kaden Ivy Early American Literature, History, and Culture; Early American Political History; Drama as Genre; Performance Studies; Theater History; Print Culture kivy@nd.edu  
Sara Judy 21st century poetry and poetics, devotional poetry, religion and literature, genre theory, lyric theory sjudy@nd.edu  
Joel Gabriel Kempff   jkempff@nd.edu  
Jessica Kim British, Irish, and Anglophone modernism, postcolonial literature and theory, feminist and queer theory, psychoanalysis, the abject, the novel, race and transnational studies Jessica.K.Kim.308@nd.edu  
Arpit Kumar   akumar5@nd.edu  
Eric Alan Lewis Narratology; twentieth-century global Anglophone novels; postcolonial, feminist, and queer theories; transmission of affect; literature in minor languages elewis2@nd.edu  
Leanne MacDonald Late Medieval English Literature, Alliterative Verse, Temporality, Hagiography, Gender Studies lmacdona@nd.edu  
Kurt McGee Modernism; Philosophy of Literature; The Novel; Total War kmcgee7@nd.edu  
Jake McGinnis 19th Century American, Ecocriticism, New Materialist philosophy jmcginn5@nd.edu  
Emily McLemore Middle English and Old English Literatures; Gender Studies; Feminist Theory; Queer Theory; History and Rhetoric of the Body; Folklore and Fairy Tales emclemor@nd.edu  
Margaret McMillan Nineteenth-century British & American Maritime fiction and non-fiction, exploration & travel narratives, industrial revolution at sea, popular literacy & reading habits of sailors, literature pertaining to the South Pacific mmcmilla@nd.edu  
Jay David Miller Early American Literature, History, and Culture; Literature and the Environment; Book History and Print Culture; Religion and Theology; the Atlantic World Jay.D.Miller.690@nd.edu  
Chamara Moore Black Feminist theory, Intersectionality, 20th Century African-American Literature, and Media Studies cmoore13@nd.edu  
Oliver Ortega   oortega1@nd.edu  
Laura Ortiz-Mercado Early Modern literature, Shakespearean and Renaissance drama, Medieval literature, Arthurian Cycle, gender and identity studies, female demonization, witchcraft accusations, supernatural elements in drama lortizme@nd.edu  
Anton Povzner Selfhood in all its experiential and theoretical aspects; early American literature and history; Puritan theology and outlook apovzner@nd.edu  
Logan Quigley Middle English literature, cognition, memory, spatial perception, history of science, pilgrimage lquigle1@nd.edu  
Shela Raman   sraman@nd.edu  
Jacob Schepers 20th- and 21st-century Poetry & Poetics, Media Theory, Science & Literature, History and Philosophy of Science jscheper@nd.edu  
Anila Shree Eighteenth century British and Irish Literatures, writings of Jonathan Swift, Satire, Discourses of Popular Culture, and Literary theory ashree@nd.edu  
Meagan Simpson Narrative, Character, Fictionality, Gender study, Religion msimpso4@nd.edu  
Stacy Sivinski Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century American Literature, New Woman Literature, Periodical Culture, Materialist Feminism, Gender Studies, and Appalachian Literature ssivinsk@nd.edu  
Caitlin Smith Oyekole C19 American literature, early American literature, doubt, epistemology, religion and literature, intellectual history, ways of reading csmith58@nd.edu  
Jillian Snyder Early modern literature, early modern drama, Shakespeare, Reformation literature, religion and literature, affect theory and history of emotions, literary reception and adaptation studies jsnyder5@nd.edu  
César L. Soto The Transatlantic Nineteenth Century, the French Revolutionary 1790s, Religious Politics, British Romanticism, Irish Literature, Mexican Literature csoto@nd.edu  
Jennifer Thorup Early Modern Literature, Shakespeare, Performance Studies, Gender Studies, Book History, Theology, Classical Rhetoric, Comparative Studies, and Adaptation Theory jthorup@nd.edu  
Dominique Vargas 20th & 21st century Literature of the Americas, Linguistics, Gender, and Identity Studies dvargas2@nd.edu  
Nicole Winsor Twentieth and Twenty-first Century Drama; Theatre and Performance Studies; Global Modernisms/Modernities; Postcolonial Literature and Theory; Irish, Australasian, and Pacific Literature; Psychoanalytic Theory nwinsor@nd.edu  
Joshua Wright   jwrigh11@nd.edu  
Arnaud Zimmern Early Modern literature, medicine, and religion – especially devotional literature, sermons, and scientific and medical prose in England and France azimmern@nd.edu