Graduate Students

Brianna Beehler,
Education: B.A. English, Tufts University,05/2011
Employment: Thematic Option Honors Program, University of Southern California, Assistant Lecturer
Christina Belcher,
Education: BA Sociology, Marshall University,05/2007 MA English, Ohio State University,06/2010
Amanda Bloom,
Education: B.A. English, University of California, Los Angeles,
Interests: American Studies,18th-Century,Gender Studies,Modernism,19th-Century,Romanticism
Short Description: Eighteenth-century literature and culture
Heather Dundas,
Education: BA Skidmore College,
Short Description: Heather Dundas is a Dornsife Doctoral Fellow for the Ph.D. in Literature and Creative Writing. Formerly a playwright, now a fiction writer, Heather i ... [more]
Rebecca Ehrhardt,
Education: B.A. English, Columbia University,05/2013
Short Description: Rebecca Ehrhardt is a Dornsife Doctoral Fellow at the University of Southern California. She works on eighteenth and nineteenth century British litera ... [more]
Jennifer Frazier,
Education: BA SUNY - Binghamton,01/2006 MFA Columbia University,05/2008
Edward Kozaczka,
Education: BSE English, Mansfield Univ,2007 MA English, SUNY - Binghamton,2009
Interests: 18th-Century,Queer Studies
Employment: Mansfield University, Instructor
Viola Lasmana,
Education: CERT Foothill College,06/2002 B.A. English, University of San Francisco,05/2004 M.A. English, San Francisco State University,08/2010
Employment: East Asian Languages & Cultures, University of Southern California, Teaching Assistant
Lisa Locascio,
Education: BA Interdisciplinary Studies, New York University,05/2007 MFA English (Creative Writing), New York University,05/2009
Employment: University of Southern California - Thematic Option Honors Program, Assistant Lecturer
Zachary Mann,
Education: BA Univ Calif Berkeley,05/2006 MFA Calif St Univ Long Beach,05/2014
Alison Pearl,
Education: BA English, Univ Colorado - Denver,05/2009 MA English, Univ Utah,05/2012
Short Description: I explore the ways in which technology has historically affected narrative, how it currently affects narrative, and how narrative will be affected eve ... [more]
Amanda Ruud,
Education: NONE Oxford University, MA Univ Connecticut, BA Biola University,05/2010
Short Description: Early Modern Drama; Performance Studies; Gender; Affect; Adaptation into Silent Film and Pantomime and other less-predictable genres
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