Department of English

University of Mississippi

Author Archive

Karen Raber

Professor Karen Raber Named Director of Shakespeare Organization

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Regina Young

B.A., University of Kentucky Teaching and research interests include 20th century American literature, gender and sexuality, and U.S. southern literature

Laura Wilson

Laura Wilson M.A., English Literary Studies, University of Exeter B.A., English Language and Literature, University of Oxford William Faulkner and the American South; sexuality and gender; censorship and obscenity; environmentalism; Lost Generation and expatriate Modernism; material culture; Foucault and post-structuralism

Alicia Marie Venchuk

Alicia Marie Venchuk B.A., University of Michigan Research interests include African-American Literature, Twentieth Century American Literature, Gender Studies, and Cultural Studies (music in particular)

Katie Turner

Katie Turner M.A., Delta State University B.A., Delta State University Twentieth- and twenty-first-century American literature and culture, visual and literary representations of the U.S. South, cultural geography, and critical disaster studies

Tatiana Tomley

Tatiana Tomley B.A., English, The Ohio State University Creative writing interests: primarily realistic fiction with a grotesque bent, poetry of all kinds, comedic sketches

Kristin Teston

Kristin Teston M.A., University of Southern Mississippi B.A., University of Southern Mississippi Research Interests: twentieth- and twenty-first century U.S. literature and culture; literary and visual representation of ruins; environmental humanities; critical disaster studies

Anne Carter Stowe

Anne Carter Stowe B.A., Sewanee: The University of the South 20th Century British and American Literature

Sara Stephens

Sara Stephens M.F.A., Creative Writing, Georgia College & State University B.A., Writing, University of Evansville Southern literature, Victorian poetry, American modernism

Seth Spencer

Seth Spencer M.A., English, University of South Florida B.A., English, Florida Southern College 18th and 19th-Century Transatlantic magazines and newspapers, especially texts by women addressing issues of education and class