Our faculty members are well-educated, experienced, and versatile. 

All full-time staff have areas of scholarly specialization, and most have published in their fields, and yet are generalists in the best sense of the word: capable of teaching with equal facility an introductory course in literature or a course in a certain period, "school," or tradition. 

Evidence of our commitment to teaching comes through in our classes, which tend to be small and discussion-based, and in the character of the learning that occurs therein.  

Browse our faculty pages for more about us and our relationship to the department and the university.