1. University of Virginia
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Faculty

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Y

Mary Kuhn

Assistant Professor, Environmental Humanities
19th C American, History of Science, Literature and the Environment

Bryan Hall 220

marykuhn@virginia.edu

Carmen Lamas

Assistant Professor, Department of English and American Studies Program
Latinx Literary Cultures, 19th century to the present. Hemispheric American and Latin American Studies.

138 Bryan Hall

434-982-3054
cel5x@eservices.virginia.edu

Robert Langbaum

Emeritus
rwl8v@virginia.edu

Michael Levenson

William B. Christian Professor
19th C British, 20th C American, 20th C British, Modernism

434 Bryan Hall

434-924-6643
michael.levenson@virginia.edu

Jacob C. Levenson

Emeritus
jcl3g@virginia.edu

James (Jeb) Livingood

Lecturer
Creative Writing

422B Bryan Hall

434-924-6675
jsl9z@Virginia.EDU

Victor Luftig

Professor, Director of the Center for the Liberal Arts
20th Century Literature (Irish and English); education of K-12 teachers. Center for the Liberal Arts

338A Bryan Hall

434-982-5205
luftig@virginia.edu

Katharine Maus

James Branch Cabell Professor, Associate Chair
Renaissance

428 Bryan Hall

434-924-6620
kem6v@virginia.edu

Deborah McDowell

Alice Griffin Professor; Director, Carter G Woodson Center
African American Literature, American

402 Bryan Hall

434-924-8892
dem8z@virginia.edu

Jerome McGann

University Professor, John Stewart Bryan Professor
19th C American, 19th C British, 20th C American, 20th C British, Bibliography, Book History & Culture, Digital Humanities, Romanticism, Textual Studies

440 Bryan Hall

434-924-6669
jmcgann@virginia.edu

Marcus Meade

Assistant Professor
Composition Pedagogy, Writing-related transfer, Writing Center Studies, The Rhetoric of Athletics, Literacy and Macroeconomics

Bryan Hall 314A

mjm4wj@virginia.edu

David Morris

Emeritus

1451 Floyd Avenue

Richmond, VA 23220

434-282-5607 (cell)
dbmkirk@me.com

John B. Murphy

Assistant Professor, General Faculty
19th C British, 20th C British, Critical Inquiry, Fin de Siècle / Aube de Siècle, Modernism, Popular Culture

140D Bryan Hall

jbm9d@virginia.edu

James Nohrnberg

Emeritus

PO Box 400121
Bryan Hall, 406

jcn@virginia.edu

Bethany Nowviskie

Research Associate Professor of Digital Humanities, Director of the Digital Library Federation
Book History & Culture, Digital Humanities, Textual Studies
Bryan Hall 219
P.O. Box 400121
bethany@virginia.edu

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