Faculty


English

Stephen BehrendtUniversity Professor and George Holmes Distinguished Chair *
Susan BelascoProfessor
Peter CapuanoAssistant Professor
Amanda GaileyAssistant Professor
Tom GannonAssistant Professor
Melissa HomesteadSusan Rosowski Associate Professor
Amelia MontesAssociate Professor
Kenneth PriceUniversity Professor and Hillegass Chair
Guy ReynoldsProfessor
Gregory RutledgeAssistant Professor
Robert StockProfessor
Jack VespaAssistant Professor of Practice
Laura WhiteProfessor *


History

David CahanCharles Bessey Professor
James GarzaAssociate Professor
Andrew GraybillAssociate Professor *
Margaret JacobsProfessor
Jeannette JonesAssociate Professor
Susan LawrenceAssociate Professor
James Le SueurProfessor
Timothy MahoneyProfessor *
Doug SeefeldtAssistant Professor
Will ThomasJohn and Catherine Angle Professor
of Humanities *
Kenneth WinkleThomas C. Sorensen Professor
of American History *
John WunderProfessor


Modern Languages

Radha BalasubramanianAssociate Professor (Russian)
Christina BrantnerAssociate Professor (German)
Priscilla Hayden-RoyAssociate Professor (German)
Manfred JacobsonProfessor (German)
Marshall OldsWilla Cather Professor (French) *
Jordan StumpProfessor (French)
Harriet TurnerHarold E. Spencer Professor (Spanish) *


Music

Pamela StarrProfessor
Tyler WhiteAssociate Professor


Art History

Wendy KatzAssociate Professor *
Christin MamiyaProfessor


Libraries

Katherine WalterCo-Director, Center for Digital Research in the Humanities *


* Steering committee member

Courses


English

802EAmerican Poetry
802LRomantic Poetry
805ANineteenth-Century British Novel
805MAmerican Novel I
832American Authors to 1900
865Nineteenth-Century British Literature
902Seminar in Poetry
931Seminar in British Authors since 1800
932Seminar in American Authors to 1900
965Seminar in Nineteenth-Century Literature

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History

802 Sexuality in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century America
803 U.S. Military History 1607-1917
824 European Social and Cultural History Since 1815
834 England in the Victorian Age
842 Antebellum America 1800-1850
843 American Urban and Social History I
844 American Urban and Social History II
845 The American Civil War and Reconstruction
846 America in the Gilded Age
848 History of Women and Gender in the American West
849 Ideas in America to the Civil War
850 Ideas in America Since the Civil War
851 The American West to 1900
857 U.S. Economic History I
865 History of Plains Indians
885 Africa Since 1800
889 African American Origins to 1877
889 History of United States Foreign Relations to 1909
933 Readings and Problems in Recent European History
934 Seminar in Recent European History
941 Readings and Problems in American History
942 Seminar in American History

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Modern Languages

FREN 853 French Literature: The Nineteenth Century
FREN 854 French Literature: The Nineteenth Century
FREN 876 French Poetry from the Romantic to the Contemporary
FREN 898 From Balzac to Proust: The Nineteenth-Century French Novel in Translation
FREN 927 Flaubert
GERM 848 Romanticism
GERM 849 Survey of Nineteenth Century German Literature (1820-1848)
GERM 850 Survey of Nineteenth Century German Literature (1848-1900)
GERM 851 Naturalism and Expressionism
GERM 859 The Works of Goethe and Schiller
GERM 860 Goethe's Faust
RUSS 841 The Russian Novel
RUSS 842 Russian Poetry the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
RUSS 854 The Russian Intellectual Tradition (1700-present)
SPAN 853 Survey of Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture in Spain
SPAN 957 Literary Movements: Realism Naturalism and Modernity in Nineteenth-Century Spain

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Music

888 Music of the Romantic Period

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Art History

841 Impressionism and Post-Impressionism
851 Nineteenth-Century American Art

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