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Susan Arvay, Department Chair
Profile Description: 

Associate Professor

Academic Degrees Achieved: Ph.D.,
M.A., B.A., Rutgers University

Susan Arvay, Department Chair
Area of Expertise: 
Composition, Medieval and Early Modern British literature, Early World literature
Michael McKeown Bondhus
Profile Description: 

Associate Professor

Academic Degrees Achieved: Ph.D. University of Massachusetts; M.F.A., Goddard College; B.A., St. Anselm College

2014 Thom Gunn Award for Gay Poetry 2013 Main Street Rag Poetry Book Award 2008/2009 Brickhouse Books Stonewall Book Award

Author (as Charlie Bondhus) of Divining Bones (Sundress Publications, 2018), All the Heat We Could Carry (Main Street Rag, 2013), and How the Boy Might See It (Pecan Grove Press, 2009, 2nd ed. 2015 Jane's Boy Press).

Michael McKeown Bondhus
Area of Expertise: 
Creative Writing, Poetry, Eighteenth-Century British Literature
Michelle J Brazier
Profile Description: 

Associate Professor

Ph.D., M.A., Rutgers University; B.A., Yale University

Michelle J Brazier
Area of Expertise: 
American Literature, 20th Century; Modernism; Short Story; Freshman Composition; Developmental English
Email Address: 
David Chase
Profile Description: 

Professor

Academic Degrees Achieved: Ph.D., M.A., University of California; M.A., University of Illinois; B.A., Wheaton College

David Chase
Area of Expertise: 
Composition; 20th Century American Literature; LGBT Literature; Gender & Sexuality Studies
Jessica Darkenwald-DeCola
Profile Description: 

Assistant Professor

Academic Degrees Achieved: Ed.M., Rutgers University; Graduate Certificate in Composition Studies, Indiana University

Jessica Darkenwald-DeCola
Area of Expertise: 
Developmental Reading and Composition
Justin Felix
Profile Description: 

Associate Professor

Academic Degrees Achieved: M.A., B.A., Kent State University

Justin Felix
Area of Expertise: 
English
Karen Gaffney
Profile Description: 

Professor

Academic Degrees Achieved: Ph.D.,
M.A., University of Delaware; B.A., Wesleyan University

Author of Dismantling the Racism Machine: A Manual and Toolbox (Routledge 2018); manages the blog with resources Divided No Longer (available at https://dividednolonger.com/); for c.v. go to https://dividednolonger.com/about/my-cv/

Karen Gaffney
Area of Expertise: 
Composition, Race in American Literature and Popular Culture, Women in Literature, and Intro to Women and Gender Studies
Andrew Manno
Profile Description: 

Professor

Academic Degrees Achieved: Ph.D., Lehigh University; M.A., B.A., Trenton State College

Author of Toxic Masculinity, Casino Capitalism, and America’s Favorite Card Game: The Poker Mindset (Palgrave Macmillan, 2020)


Andrew Manno
Area of Expertise: 
Composition, Women and Gender Studies/Masculinities, Gender & Popular Culture
Alexa Offenhauer
Profile Description: 

Assistant Professor

Academic Degrees Achieved: M.A.T., Western Carolina University; B.A., Rutgers University
                               

Alexa Offenhauer
Area of Expertise: 
Developmental Reading and Composition; English Education. 
Christine Pipitone-Herron
Profile Description: 

Professor

Academic Degrees Achieved: Ed.M., Rutgers University; M.A., The College of New Jersey; B.A., Brigham Young University

Christine Pipitone-Herron
Area of Expertise: 
Composition
Anita Rosenblithe
Profile Description: 

Professor

Academic Degrees Achieved:
Ph.D., University of Illinois; M.A., New York University; B.A., English, University of Akron; Advanced Diplomas in Applied Linguistics and 20th Century French Literature, Université de Paris III (Sorbonne)

Sabbatical award, “Putting More of the World in World Literature: An  Interdisciplinary, Transnational Approacy, ” to do research and writing related to modern African and Caribbean literature • Presented paper “Female Textuality in Zoë Wicomb’s David’s Story” for the seminar  “Body and Textuality in Context: Bringing a Comparative Perspective,” at the American  Comparative Literature Association 2015 Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington, March 26- 29, 2015. • Presented  paper “’Something inside is laid wide like a wound’: Decentered Storytelling i in No Telephone to Heaven” for the panel “Questioning Boundaries: New Applications of  Black Transnationalism” at the Northeast Modern Language Association 46th Annual  Convention, Toronto, April 30-May 3, 2015. • Presented  paper “The Challenge to Colonial Epistemic Violence in Zoë Wicomb’s     October and Playing in the Light:  A Feminism for the New South Africa” in a panel of the  Women’s Caucus of the African Literature Association,  University of Bayreuth in  Germany, June 3-6, 2015.   • Princeton University Mid-Career Fellowship • Fulbright Lectureship in English, Autonomous University of Puebla, Mexico • Fulbright-Hays Summer Seminar for College Teachers, Argentina • National Endowment for the Humanities One-Year Fellowship in Residence for College  Teachers,  New York University • Universidad del Salvador, Buenos Aires: Sabbatical Project: “The Role of the Writer in  Argentine Society” • National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar for College Teachers, Graduate  Center, City University of New York  • Project Director, NJ Education of Language Minority Students (ELMS) Grant • Member, Middle States Association  Evaluation Team at the University of Puerto Rico- Bayamón • Selected for Writers of the Americas Second Annual US-Cuba Writers Conference, Havana and Matanzas, Cuba

Anita Rosenblithe
Area of Expertise: 
Women's & Gender Studies, Composition and Cultural Studies
Email Address: 
Lisa M. Tucker
Profile Description: 

Associate Professor

Academic Degrees Achieved: M.A., Teachers College, NY; M.A., Rutgers University;  B.A., William Smith College
 
Diversity Certificate, Cornell University Holocaust & Genocide Advisory Board, Raritan Valley Community College Big Brother Big Sister mentor Admissions volunteer, Hobart & William Smith Colleges Minority Student Careers Panel volunteer, Hobart & William Smith Colleges National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) member

Lisa M. Tucker
Area of Expertise: 
War Trauma literature
Email Address: 
Ronald A. Tyson
Profile Description: 

Associate Professor

Academic Degrees Achieved: M.A., Rutgers University;
B.A., City College of New York-CUNY

Ronald A. Tyson
Area of Expertise: 
Rhetoric & Composition, American Literature, Early World Literature (Pre-Renaissance), American Ethnic Literature, African American Literature & Culture
Izabela Zieba
Profile Description: 

Assistant Professor

Academic Degrees Achieved: Ph.D. University of Miami, M.A. University of Miami, M.A. University of Wroclaw, B.A. University of Wroclaw, B.Sc. Wroclaw University of Technology

Izabela Zieba
Area of Expertise: 
Multi-ethnic literature of the United States 20th-century American literature Composition
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