Loyola University Chicago

Department of English

Graduate Faculty

Badia Ahad

  • American and African-American Literature

James Biester

  • Renaissance Literature

Suzanne Bost

  • American literature; Latina/o Studies

J. Brooks Bouson

  • Modern and Contemporary Fiction

Melissa Bradshaw

  • Pedagogy

Pamela L. Caughie

  • Theory; Modern British; African-American

David E. Chinitz

  • Department Chair
  • Modernism; Poetry; Harlem Renaissance

Micael Clarke

  • Victorian Literature

Ian Cornelius

  • Old English, Medieval Studies

Jasper (Jack) Cragwall

  • Romantic Literature and culture

Jeffrey Glover

  • Early American Literature

Priyanka Jacob

  • 18th and 19th Century British Novel; Material Culture

Joseph Janangelo

  • Composition and Rhetoric

Christopher Kendrick

  • 16th- and 17th-Century British Literature

John (Jack) Kerkering

  • American Literature and Culture, African American Literature, Nineteenth-Century Studies, Modern and Contemporary Literature and Culture, Literature and Identity, Poetry and Poetics

James A. Knapp (Director of Graduate Programs)

  • Renaissance, Textual Studies

Long Le-Khac

  • American Literature Culture, Modern and Contemporary Literature and Culture, Literature and Identity, Textual Studies and Digital Humanities, Literary Theory, Race and Ethnicity Studies

Harveen Sachdeva Mann

  • Postcolonial Studies, Asian Literatures

Frederick Staidum Jr.

  • 18th and 19th Century Atlantic Writing, Critical Race Theory

Jayme Stayer

  • American Literature and Culture, British Literature and Culture, Modern and Contemporary Literature and Culture, Composition and Rhetoric, Textual Studies and Digital Humanities, Poetry and Poetics, Literary Theory

Virginia Lee Strain

  • Shakespeare, Law and Literature

Joyce Wexler

  • Modernism

Marta L. Werner

  • American Literature Culture, Nineteenth-Century Studies, Textual Studies and Digital Humanities, Poetry and Poetics 

Edward Wheatley

  • British Literature and Culture, Anglophone Literatures, Medieval and Early Modern Literature and Culture, Literature and Identity, Textual Studies and Digital Humanities, Drama and Performance, Disability Studies