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  • Andrea Lunsford | Department of English
    intellectual property Before joining the Stanford faculty she was Distinguished Professor of English and Director of the Center for the Study and Teaching of Writing at The Ohio State University Currently also a member of the Bread Loaf Graduate School of English faculty Professor Lunsford earned her B A and M A degrees from the University of Florida and she completed her Ph D in English at The Ohio State University 1977 Professor Lunsford s interests include rhetorical theory women in rhetoric collaboration cultures of writing style the graphic novel and technologies of writing She has written or coauthored nineteen books including The Everyday Writer Essays on Classical Rhetoric and Modern Discourse Singular Texts Plural Authors Perspectives on Collaborative Writing and Reclaiming Rhetorica Women and the History of Rhetoric as well as numerous chapters and articles Her most recent books include Writing Matters Rhetoric in Public and Private Lives Writing Together Collaboration in Theory and Practice with Lisa Ede The Sage Handbook of Rhetorical Studies editor and Everyone s an Author Professor Lunsford has conducted workshops on writing and program reviews at scores of North American universities served as Chair of the Conference on College Composition and Communication and Chair of the Modern Language Association Division on Writing and as a member of the MLA Executive Council She is currently the general editor of The Norton Anthology of Rhetoric and Writing forthcoming Publications Writing Together Collaboration in Theory and Practice Everything s an Argument 4th ed Related News Aug 14 2014 Stanford News Professor Andrea Lunsford says the digital revolution is changing what it means to be an author Stanford English Professor Andrea Lunsford says today s writing instruction should teach students how to become better writers for social media Faculty Hume Writing Center Publications See More News Contact Email

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  • Thomas Moser | Department of English
    chair from 1963 68 He received fellowships from the American Council of Learned Societies in 1963 and the Guggenheim Foundation in 1979 Contact Email moser stanford edu About English Today About the Department Contact and Location Giving Information People Degrees and Courses Undergraduate Program Graduate Program Courses Department Bookshelf Featured Publications All Publications News Events Recent News Events Calendar Department Newsletter Subscribe Information For Undergraduates Current Ph D Students Prospective

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  • Nancy Huddleston Packer | Department of English
    several teaching awards including the Dinkelspiel and Dean s Award for Excellence in Teaching Packer s stories have appeared in numerous journals including Harper s Kenyon Review Yale Review Southwest Review Virginia Quarterly Southern Review Epoch and Sewanee Review Her stories have won O Henry Awards and have been anthologized in Best American Short Stories Publications Old Ladies Contact Email nhpacker stanford edu About English Today About the Department Contact

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  • Marjorie Perloff | Department of English
    of editions and led to her extensive exploration of avant garde art movements in The Futurist Moment Avant Garde Avant Guerre and the Language of Rupture 1986 new edition 1994 and subsequent books 13 in all Wittgenstein s Ladder brought philosophy into the picture and Perloff has recently published her cultural memoir The Vienna Paradox 2004 which has been widely discussed Her most recent book Differentials Poetry Poetics Pedagogy won the Robert Penn Warren Prize for literary criticism in 2005 as well as Honorable Mention for the Robert Motherwell Prize of the Dedalus Foundation She is a frequent reviewer for periodicals from TLS and The Washington Post to all the major scholarly journals and has lectured at most major universities in the U S and at European Asian and Latin American universities and festivals Perloff has held Guggenheim NEH and Huntington fellowships served on the Advisory Board of theStanford Humanities Center and is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences She is currently Scholar in Residence at theUniversity of Southern California For further information see her personal website at http wings buffalo edu epc authors perloff Perloff was the 2006 President of the Modern Language Association Publications

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  • Robert Polhemus | Department of English
    century British fiction the visual arts including film and cultural psychology He is particularly interested in desire love comedy inter generational psychology and the seeking and rendering of faith in literature and art His work centers on fiction and art as a means for exploring expressing and satisfying the longing for secular faith in the last two centuries The novelists he has written on include Austen Scott Dickens Charlotte Bronte Emily Bronte Thackeray George Eliot Lewis Carroll Hardy Meredith D H Lawrence Joyce Virginia Woolf and Samuel Beckett His major publications are Lot s Daughters Sex Redemption and Women s Quest for Authority Erotic Faith Being in Love from Austen to Lawrence Comic Faith The Great Tradition from Austen to Joyce and The Changing World of Anthony Trollope He is presently writing a book on the history of tensions between religion and art A Device to Root out Evil and one on Woody Allen Contact Email polhemus stanford edu About English Today About the Department Contact and Location Giving Information People Degrees and Courses Undergraduate Program Graduate Program Courses Department Bookshelf Featured Publications All Publications News Events Recent News Events Calendar Department Newsletter Subscribe Information For Undergraduates Current Ph D

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  • Arnold Rampersad | Department of English
    the novelist 1914 1994 His other books include The Art and Imagination of W E B DuBois 1976 The Life of Langston Hughes 2 vols 1986 1988 Days of Grace A Memoir 1993 co authored with Arthur Ashe and Jackie Robinson A Biography 1997 In addition he has edited several volumes including Collected Poems of Langston Hughes the Library of America edition 2 vols of works by Richard Wright with revised individual editions of Native Son and Black Boy and as co editor with Deborah McDowell Slavery and the Literary Imagination He was also co editor with Shelley Fisher Fishkin of the Race and American Culture book series published by Oxford University Press His teaching covers such areas as nineteenth and twentieth century American literature American autobiography race and American literature and African American literature From 1991 to 1996 he held a MacArthur Foundation fellowship He is an elected member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences and the American Philosophical Society He is a 2010 recipient of the National Humanities Medal Publications Ralph Ellison A Biography Contact Email rampersad stanford edu About English Today About the Department Contact and Location Giving Information People Degrees and Courses Undergraduate Program

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  • David Riggs | Department of English
    as an Assistant Professor the following year A full Professor at Stanford since 1985 Riggs has held year long grants from the Arnold and Lois L Graves Foundation the Stanford Humanities Center three times the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities and research awards from the American Council of Learned Societies and the American Philosophical Society His first book Shakespeare s Heroical Histories Henry VI and Its Literary Tradition 1971 traces the influence of Shakespeare s grammar school education and apprentice work in the theater on his earliest plays The Artificial Day an article published in 1975 relates the revival of the classical unities to the origins of early modern subjectivity and reflects Riggs s ongoing interest in links between classical and modern literary theory His second book Ben Jonson A Life 1989 is a biography of Shakespeare s laureate rival His new biography The World of Christopher Marlowe was published by Faber and Faber 2004 in the U K and Henry Holt 2005 in the U S Riggs is currently working on the life of Shakespeare For a concise display of his research to date follow this link to Shakebase Contact Email riggs stanford edu About

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  • Lawrence Ryan | Department of English
    of Freshman English the Special Programs in the Humanities and the Program in Structured Liberal Education For his innovative and distinguished contributions to undergraduate education he received the Dinkelspiel Award He is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship Contact Email lvr stanford edu About English Today About the Department Contact and Location Giving Information People Degrees and Courses Undergraduate Program Graduate Program Courses Department Bookshelf Featured Publications All Publications News

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