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Mailing Address
Comparative Literature Program
Dartmouth College
6051 Reed Hall, Room 201
Hanover, NH 03755
E-mail: Comparative.Literature@Dartmouth.edu


Office Hours
Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Telephone: (603) 646-2912
Fax: (603) 646-9288

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Faculty

Rebecca Biron Rebecca Biron
Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Latin American Literary and Cultural Studies, Literary Theory and Gender Studies, Mexican Cultural Criticism
Ayo A. Coly Ayo A. Coly
Associate Professor of African and African American Studies and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
African Literatures and Cinema, Postcolonial Theory, Colonial and Postcolonial Masculinities, Human Rights

Jonathan Crewe Jonathan Crewe
Professor of English and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Seventeenth Century English Literature, Elizabethan Romance, Shakespeare, Introduction to Critical Theory, Introduction to Criticism, Renaissance
Gerd Gemünden Gerd Gemünden
Professor of German Studies and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Critical Theory and Cultural Studies, European Modernism and Postmodernism, Film and Media Studies, Studies of Exile and Migration

Lynn Higgins

Lynn A. Higgins
Professor of French and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
French cinema, Women filmmakers, 20th-century novel, Literary criticism and theory, Literature and national identity
Keala J. Jewell Keala J. Jewell
Professor of Italian and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Italian Surrealism (visual and literary), European Magical Realism, Representation of monstrosity, European Gothic prose of the 19th and 20th centuries
Irene Kacandes Irene Kacandes
Professor of German Studies and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Twentieth century prose fiction, especially the novel, Modern German literature (1750-present), Modern Greek literature, Holocaust studies, Cultural studies, Feminist theory, Discourse analysis, Orality and literacy, Life writing
John M. Kopper John M. Kopper
Professor of Russian and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Literature of Exile,Colonialism,Literary Theory,Enlightenment models of cognition in Gogol; and Shakespeare’s theory of the subject in Troilus and Cressida
Lawrence D. Kritzman Lawrence D. Kritzman
The John D. Willard Professor of French, Comparative Literature and Oratory
Research Interests:
Literature of the European Renaissance, Psychoanalysis and literature, Critical theory, Cultural studies, Contemporary European intellectual thought, Jewish studies
David LaGuardia David P. LaGuardia
Professor of French and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Sixteenth Century French Literature, Memoirs, biographies, pamphlets, and propaganda from the French Wars of Religion, First-person narratives, Literary and critical theory, The history of subjectivity in philosophy, American popular culture
Amy L. Lawrence Amy L. Lawrence
Professor of Film and Media Studies
Research Interests:
Avant garde film and poetry, Women and Third World film, British film and television, Animation history and theory
Annabel Martin Annabel Martín
Associate Professor of Spanish, Women's and Gender Studies, and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Cultural Studies: Mass Culture and Politics, Contemporary Urban Culture, Democracy and the Arts, Contemporary Spain: Nationalism and Dictatorship, Tourism and National Identity, PostFrancoism, Basque Studies (Utopia and Terrorism), Film Studies: Melodrama and Memory, Spanish Cinema, Gender Studies: Gender and Mass Culture, Globalization/Immigration and Women, Contemporary Spanish Women Writers/Filmmakers and Memor

Klaus Mladek


Klaus Mladek
Associate Professor of German, Comparative Literature
Research Interests: 18th- to 20th-century literature and literary theory, psychoanalysis, law, philosophy and politics.

 


 

Monika C. Otter Monika C. Otter
Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Medieval literature (English, Latin, French, German), especially 11th-13th centuries, Romances, historiography and pseudo-historiography, Saints' lives, literature and art history, literature and music
Graziella Parati Graziella Parati
Professor of Italian and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
20th century Italian literature and culture; Post colonial studies; Multiculturalism and migrations studies; 19th century Italian literature and history; Italian Film history; Italian American literature, history, and film; Autobiography; Feminist theory and women's writing
Beatriz Pastor Beatriz Pastor
Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Latin America: Literatures of the discovery and conquest; colonial and cultural studies; contemporary narrative; utopias. US Latino: culture, language and politics. Interdisciplinary approaches: Sciences and Humanities
Israel Reyes Israel Reyes
Associate Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Latino Studies, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Puerto Rican Literature and Culture, Gay and Lesbian/Queer Studies, Comparative Literature, Women and Gender Studies, Media Studies
Silvia Spitta Silvia Spitta
Professor of Spanish and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Contemporary Latin American and US Latino/a literature and culture. Theories of transculturation and mestizaje. Material culture, collecting, and memory. Visual culture and Andean photography
Andrea W. Tarnowski Andrea W. Tarnowski
Associate Professor of French and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Medieval and early modern French literature, Historiography and literature, Translation, Medieval and early modern women writers, Critical theory, Christine de Pizan and her contemporaries, The evolution of allegory, Italian influence on French literature, Franco-English relations during the Hundred Years' War
Roxana M. Verona Roxana M. Verona
Professor of French and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
19th- and 20th-century French literature, French literary criticism, French culture and society, Romanian-French cultural relations, Eastern-European literary history, East-West cultural dialogue
Michelle Warren Michelle R. Warren
Professor of Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Medieval studies, Postcolonial studies, French studies, Arthurian studies, Romance philology, Historiography, Translation
Dennis Washburn Dennis Washburn
Professor of Japanese Studies and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Japanese literature and culture, Translation, Japanese film
Margaret Williamson Margaret Williamson
Associate Professor of Classical Studies and Comparative Literature
Research Interests:
Archaic and classical Greek literature (especially lyric and drama), Gender theory, The classical tradition 

Last Updated: 12/2/14