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David Beck

[Photo]: David Beck

Campus Address: CA 343-E
Phone: 317-278-2550
Email: dabeck@iupui.edu
Appointments: Senior Lecturer in English
Academic Interests: Composition and literature, contemporary American literature especially Walker Percy
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Terri Bourus

[Photo]: Terri Bourus

Campus Address: CA 501Q
Phone: 317-278-0887
Fax: (317)278-1287
Email: tbourus@iupui.edu
Appointments: Professor
Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama
Director and General Editor: New Oxford Shakespeare Project
Founding Director: Hoosier Bard Productions
President's Honorary Degree Committee (Appointment)
Academic Interests: My primary research focuses on the Print and Performance of Early Modern Drama. As a Bibliographer and Text Editor as well as a performer, I am most interested in the ways that Early Modern Drama was received by, and integrated into late 16th and early 17th culture, creating a playing space for this drama that continues to prosper. How did performance and print make it both possible (and problematic) for that drama to be reinterpreted for every succeeding generation of scholars and performers? I am also interested in issues of adaptation and attribution by examining not just the early modern texts, but the stagings, films, photography and art that continue to evolve from them and adapt to new and exciting technologies: some in place, others yet to be developed. I am one of three General Editors of the New Oxford Shakespeare and as I edit, I will continue to explore these texts through the lens of performance. I am passionate about teaching these plays and, perhaps even more, I am passionate about performing them.
Teaching: The Major Plays of Shakespeare
Conversations with Shakespeare
Theories of Theatre
Women Writers of the Early Modern Period
Critical Views of Shakespeare
Shakespeare's Contemporaries
Modern and Contemporary Irish Drama
Introduction to Drama
Introduction to Shakespeare
British Literature, 1500-1800
Fiction without Boundaries: Travel Literature 1600-1800
Introduction to Literary Theory

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Jonathan R. Eller

[Photo]: Jonathan R. Eller

Campus Address: CA 121A
Phone: 317-274-1451
Fax: (317)274-2170
Email: jeller@iupui.edu
Appointments: Chancellor's Professor of English
Adjunct Professor of American Studies
Senior Textual Editor, Institute for American Thought
Director, Center for Ray Bradbury Studies
General Editor, The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury
General Editor, The New Ray Bradbury Review
Advising Textual Editor, Santayana Edition
Academic Interests: American literature, literature and science, textual studies with an emphasis on the work of Ray Bradbury, science fiction and fantasy, and the history of publishing.
Teaching: Core courses and electives for the scholarly editing concentration of the graduate research certificate program in Professional Editing, School of Liberal Arts.
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Ronda C. Henry Anthony

[Photo]: Ronda C. Henry Anthony

Campus Address: Cavanaugh Hall 501N
Phone: 317-278-0885
Email: ronhenry@iupui.edu
Appointments: Public Scholar of African American Studies and Undergraduate Research
Associate Professor of English and Africana Studies
Director of Africana Studies
Founding Director of the Olaniyan Scholars Program
Academic Interests: American Literature/Studies
African, African-American, and American Literature
Gender Studies
Caribbean Studies
Teaching: Courses in English include early American literature, 19th century American literature, African American literature, the Harlem Renaissance, and Black masculinities
Courses in Africana Studies include Deconstructing Barbie, Hip Hop, Race, and Gender, and Africana Studies Research Methods.
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David E. Hoegberg

[Photo]: David E. Hoegberg

Campus Address: CA 501H
Phone: 317-274-9823
Email: icic100@iupui.edu
Appointments: Associate Professor of English; Africana Studies
Academic Interests: I am interested broadly in issues of power, negotiation, and community in literature, intertextuality in literature, and cultural hybridity. My most recent work is on post-colonial literature, particularly South African literature and writers J. M. Coetzee and Zoe Wicomb; I have also published and presented conference papers on Athol Fugard (South Africa), Chinua Achebe (Nigeria), Derek Walcott (St. Lucia), and Earl Lovelace (Trinidad).
Teaching: My teaching interests include South African literature and society, 20th-century African literature, British literature to 1800, European classics in translation, Shakespeare, and colonialism in literature.
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Karen Kovacik

[Photo]: Karen Kovacik

Campus Address: CA 503U
Phone: 317-274-9831
Email: kkovacik@iupui.edu
Appointments: Professor of English
Director of Graduate Studies
Academic Interests: contemporary American poetry, history of the lyric, working-class poetry, literary translation, and creative writing
Teaching: I regularly teach poetry writing classes at all levels as well as seminars in twentieth-century American poetry.
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Missy Dehn Kubitschek

[Photo]: Missy Dehn Kubitschek

Campus Address: CA 501L
Phone: 317-274-0080
Email: mkubitsc@iupui.edu
Appointments: Professor of English, Africana Studies, Women's Studies, and American Studies
Academic Interests: African-American literature, women's fiction, British Victorian fiction, and multicultural American literature
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Rory Loughnane

[Photo]: Rory Loughnane

Campus Address: Emilie Building, Suite GL/B
Phone: 317-278-0887
Email: rvloughn@iupui.edu
Appointments: Assistant Research Professor Associate Editor, The New Oxford Shakespeare
Academic Interests: Shakespeare and his contemporaries Medieval and Early Modern Literature History and Evolution of Drama Early Modern Ireland Intellectual History (esp. The Arts of Memory) History of the Book Textual Criticism Attribution Studies Critical Theory
Teaching: Visiting Assistant Professor of Early Modern Literature, Syracuse University (2011-2012)
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Thomas Marvin

[Photo]: Thomas  Marvin

Campus Address: CA 501J
Phone: 317-274-9844
Email: tmarvin1@iupui.edu
Appointments: Associate Professor of English
Adjunct Associate Professor of American Studies
Director, The Sam Masarachia Scholars Program
Academic Interests: American literature, African-American literature, American Studies, labor studies.
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Megan L. Musgrave

[Photo]: Megan L. Musgrave

Campus Address: CA 502H
Phone: 317-274-5671
Email: memusgra@iupui.edu
Appointments: Assistant Professor of English
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Native American and Indigenous Studies
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Women's Studies
Academic Interests: Contemporary Young Adult and Children's literature; American literature; Native American literature, magical realism, Women's Studies
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Anna Pruitt

[Photo]: Anna Pruitt

Campus Address: 334 N Senate Ave
Phone: 317-274-2258
Email: anpruitt@iupui.edu
Appointments: Associate Editor, New Oxford Shakespeare Project
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Jane E. Schultz

[Photo]: Jane E. Schultz

Campus Address: CA 501R
Phone: 317-274-0082
Fax: (317)278-1287
Email: jschult@iupui.edu
Appointments: Professor of English and Director of Literature. Affiliated faculty in History, American Studies, Women's Studies, Medical Humanities, Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis (1988- )
Fellow and Life Member, Clare Hall, Cambridge University, U.K. (1999-2000); Visiting Scholar, Sydney University, New South Wales, Australia (2006-07); Visiting Professor, University of Connecticut (2014)
Academic Interests: nineteenth-century American literature and culture, literature and medicine, especially illness narrative; American domestic fiction, historical narrative and life writing, the social history of Civil War relief work, history of nursing, and gender studies
Teaching: American Lit, 1800-1860; American Lit, 1870-1920; Civil War Literature and Culture; Illness Narrative; 19th-C. American Domestic Fiction; Mark Twain; the Literature of Slavery; Jane Austen and Edith Wharton; Henry James; Nathaniel Hawthorne and Herman Melville
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Carrie Lynn Sickmann Han

[Photo]: Carrie Lynn Sickmann Han

Campus Address: Cavanaugh Hall 429
Phone: 317-274-0088
Email: csickman@iupui.edu
Appointments: Visiting Assistant Professor
Academic Interests: Nineteenth-Century British literature; Children's and Young Adult Literature; Adaptation Studies; History of the Book; Narrative Theory
Teaching: Nineteenth-Century British Fiction (L348); Children's Literature (L390); Literature for Adolescents (L376); Women and Literature (L207); English Literature Survey II (L302)
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Jennifer Thorington Springer

[Photo]: Jennifer Thorington Springer

Campus Address: CA 501K
Phone: 317-278-2636
Email: jtspring@iupui.edu
Appointments: Associate Professor of English, Africana Studies
Academic Interests: Caribbean literature; postcolonial literature and studies; African American literature; ethnic immigrant literature
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Jason Michael Aukerman

Campus Address: CA313
Phone: 317-274-1103
Email: jaukerma@iupui.edu
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