Affiliated Faculty

Affiliated Faculty

Timothy Bewes
Professor of English, Department of English
Contemporary British/American fiction, aesthetic theory, poststructuralist and Marxist literary theory, postmodernism and postcolonialism, and the politics and ethics of literary form.

Anthony Bogues
Asa Messer Professor of Humanities and Critical Theory, Diretor of Slavery and Justice, Department of Africana Studies
Contemporary critical theory , cultural studies , African and Caribbean literature and cinema , intellectual history, post-colonial theory,  African and African Diasporic critical thinkers. 

John Cayley
Professor of Literary Arts, Department of Literary Arts
Research and practice explores the extraordinary potential for digital language art: writing in digital media, and writing[transitive] digital media. Most recently his work engages ambient poetics in programmable media, and writing in and for immersive 3D virtual reality systems, with parallel theoretical research concerning the role of code in writing, and the (intrinsic) temporal properties of textuality.

Jacques Khalip
Professor English, Department of English
Romanticism; Queer Theory; Sexuality Studies; Critical Theory, Aesthetics

Massimo Riva
Royce Family Professor of Teaching and Excellence and Professor of Italian Studies, Department of Italian Studies
Italian studies; italian cinema; digital culture; italian literature and culture; literary and cultural theory.

Richard Rambuss
Nicholas Brown Professor of Oratory and Belles Lettres, Professor of English, Department of English 
Gender and sexuality studies; queer theory; film and photography; the men's film; Kubrick

Rebecca Schneider
Professor of Theater Arts and Performance Studies, Theatre Arts and Performance Studies
Performance studies, "liveness," queer theory, photography, theatre, poststructural theory, phenomenology, mimesis.

Suzanne Stewart-Steinberg
Pembroke Center for Teaching and Research on Women, Professor of Comparative Literature and Italian Studies, Comparative Literature and Italian Studies
Italian and German literature of the 19th and 20th centuries, psychoananlysis and literary and cultural theory, with particular interests in the construction of gender.

Lingzhen Wang
Associate Professor of East Asian Studies, East Asian Studies
Modern Chinese literature and culture, Gender Studies, Feminist Theory, and Chinese cinema.  Her other research and writing projects include translations of Chinese women writers into English, a study of transnational feminism in the contemporary globalized world, and a critical re-examination of the socialist legacy on gender, politics, and identity formation