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Students in the MA English Online program will produce a project under the supervision of an Applied Project Director (Chair). Students will choose their Applied Project Director by reaching out to a professor they took an ENG/LIN class with and receive permission from them to chair their project or from any faculty member from the list below.
For more information on the Applied Project for the MA English Online Program, see the MA English Online Handbook.
Adams research interests are in the study of language in its social and linguistic context. She is the director of English graduate studies.
Bivona has published three books on 19th and 20th century British literature and culture as well as a co-edited collection and a number of essays.
Boyd teaches undergraduate courses in writing, as well as the graduate seminars: Composition Theory and Compostion and Feminism.
Broglio's research focuses on how philosophy and aesthetics can help us rethink the relationship between humans and the environment.
Castle teaches Irish Studies, Modernism, and Critical Theory. His books include "Modernism and the Celtic Revival," "Reading the Modernist Bildungsroman," "The Literary Theory Handbook," "A History of the Modernist Novel,"
Corse is director of the literature area in the Department of English at ASU.
Horan holds a doctorate in literature from UC Santa Cruz. She publishes on Latin American and U.S. literature, biography, gender studies, translation, spy and detective (crime) fiction.
Lamp's primary research interest is in the history of rhetoric, specifically Roman rhetoric. She is the area director of WRL and the past president of the American Society for the History Rhetoric.
Lockard co-founded the Prison English project (now the Prison Education Program) and continues to teach a weekly poetry workshop at Florence State Prison.
Long's scholarship draws on a wide array of rhetorical methods to test the limits and potential of day-to-day democracy under contemporary conditions
Looser is an internationally recognized literary critic and expert in British women’s writings, the history of the novel, and Jane Austen. Her essays have appeared in The New York Times, The Atlantic, and the TLS.
Lussier specializes in European Romanticism, and his research has explored the relation of literature and art with religion and science. Recent work focuses on medical humanities.
Mallot researches postwar British literature, postcolonial studies, gender and sexuality studies, and contemporary global/Anglophone literature, and contemporary South Asian literatures in English.
Dr. Matsunaga holds a PhD in English Literature with an emphasis in British Romanticism and Digital Humanities. He is the Director of Digital Technology, Graduate Faculty, and an Academic Professional.