Friday, March 28, 2008


Chris Abani, Associate Professor at University of California, Riverside; dissertation: CW/PhD -- produced novel

Vidhu Aggarwal, Assistant professor, tenure track, Rollins College
Dissertation: Undecidable Cases: Investigations into Lyric Modes and Affective Processes

Elizabeth Bleicher, Assistant Professor, tenure-track, Ithaca College
Dissertation: “Whom Do You Take me For?": Narrative Self-fashioning and Confidence in Victorian Fiction

Jitender Gill, University of New Delhi
Dissertation: Servants of the Raj: The Colonial and his Fictions, 1770 to 1930

Jinny Huh, Assistant professor, tenure track, University of Vermont and postdoctoral fellowship at UCLA
Dissertation: The Arresting Eye: Race and the Detection of Deception

Frank Mabee, Visiting Assistant professor, University of Tennessee
Dissertation: The Pastured Sea: Maritime Radicalism and British Romanticism

Cindy Sarver, Assistant professor, tenure track, SUNY-Cortland
Dissertation: Seeing in the Dark: Race, Representation, and the Ethics of Visuality in Literary Modernism

Onita Vaz, Assistant Professor, tenure-track, Davidson College
Dissertation: Perpetual Self-Duplication: Coleridge’s Practice of Revision


John Bruns, Assistant Professor, tenure-track, College of Charleston
Dissertation: Loopholes: Reading Comically

Sumangala Bhattacharya, Assistant professor, Pitzer College
Dissertation: Victorian Hunger

Arnab Chakladar, Assistant professor, tenure track, University of Colorado at Boulder
Dissertation: At Home in the World: Indian Literature in the Postcolonial Academy

Molly Engelhardt, Assistant Professor, tenure track, Texas A&M University—Corpus Christi.
Dissertation: Dancing out of Line: Ballrooms, Ballets, and Victorian Bodies in Motion

Desmond Harding, Assistant Professor, tenure-track, Central Michigan University
Dissertation: Writing the City: Urban Visions and Literary Modernism (pb. Routledge, 2003)

Edward Schantz, Assistant professor, tenure track, McGill University
Dissertation: Gossip, Letters, Phones: The Scandal of Female Networks in Film and Literature

Sean Zwagerman, Assistant professor, tenure track, Simon Fraser University
Dissertation: At Wit’s End: The Rhetoric of Humor and the Ends of Talk

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