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We encourage interaction between our professors and our students, and one of the ways we achieve this is by offering small first-year courses rather than one or two large classes with tutorials.

From their earliest encounter with an English professor in their first year, English students learn in reasonably-sized classes that we are available to them and interested in hearing about their course work, their research, their goals, and their lives. 

  Neil Brooks, Ph.D.
American Literature; African-American Literature

(Notre Dame)
Associate Professor, Chair of the Department of English and Cultural Studies

Email: nbrooks@huron.uwo.ca
Office Location: V123
Office Phone: (519) 438-7224 ext. 240

Research & Teaching Interests:
 - constructions of race
 - border studies
 - African-American literature
 - American literature
  Teresa Hubel, Ph.D.
Areas of Specialization
Email: tdhubel@huron.uwo.ca
Office Location: A306
Office Phone: (519) 438-7224 ext. 219

Research & Teaching Interests:
 - the literature of India
 - the literature of working-class people
 - feminist theory
 - England's literary restoration & 18th century

Dr. Hubel's Research, Teaching, and Publications
  Scott Schofield, Ph.D.
Renaissance Literature; the Digital Book; History and Future of Reading
Assistant Professor, English

Email: sschofi4@huron.uwo.ca
Office Location: V129
Office Phone (519) 438-7224 ext. 221

Research & Teaching Interests:
 - the design and navigation of digital reading environments
 - drama on stage and screen
 - Shakespeare and Renaissance literature
 - the materiality of books

Dr. Schofield's Research, Teaching, and Publications
  John Vanderheide, Ph.D.
Literary and Cultural Theory
Assistant Professor, English

Email: jvande29@uwo.ca
Office Location: A203
Office Phone: (519) 438-7224 ext. 607

Research & Teaching Interests:
 - 20th century and contemporary popular culture in music, film, television, and digital media
 - Deleuze studies (affect theory, theory of Ideas)
 - humour studies (the history, theory and politics of comedy

Dr. Vanderheide's Research, Teaching, and Publications
 Part-Time Faculty
  Amanda Di Ponio, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, English
(University of St Andrews, Scotland)
Office Location: OR152

Research Interests:
Currently, Contemporary Drama (esp. women's); Cultural Studies; Shakespeare; Early Modern Drama & Social History

  Adrian Mioc, PhD
Comparative Literature
Cultural and Religious Studies

Email: amioc2@uwo.ca
Office Location: OR152

  George Donaldson, PhD
Email: gdonalds@uwo.ca
Office Location: A302
  Frederick King, PhD
Email: fking2@uwo.ca
Office Location: OR154