Grad Student Placement

  • 2020 - Dissertation Title: “The Practice of Memory: Decolonial Resistance in Indigenous Chile and the Chilean Diaspora”. Assistant Professor of English, Syracuse University...
  • 2019 - Dissertation Title: Acts of Re-membering: Representations of the Past in Irish and Basque literature. Lecturer in Basque literature and language at the University of California, Santa Barbara    
  • 2019 - Dissertation Title: Forms of Disciplinary Fragmentation: Holistic Healthcare and the Categorical Division of Academic Labor
  • 2019 - Dissertation Title: “Where foot knocks against/the unburied bones of kin”: Topographies of Memory and Amnesia in Poland and Spain
  • 2018 - Dissertation Title: As Lively Mock’d as Ever: Plasticity and the Aesthetic Image of Life Brandon on Academia    
  • 2018 - Dissertation Title: Translingual Nostalgias in Modern Sanskrit and Indian Poetry in English. Affiliate Instructor in English at Bradley University Academia    
  • 2016 - Dissertation Title: Memoried Flesh: Shock and Trauma in Late Nineteenth-Century Russian Fiction. Assistant Professor of English, NYIT-Nanjing    
  • 2016 - Dissertation Title: The Postmodern Structure of Consciousness. Associate Professor at Aarhus University, Denmark    
  • 2016 - Dissertation Title: Muddy Points of Entanglements: Translocal Fictions in Africa and the Diaspora. Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature in the Department of Languages, Literature and Philosophy at Georgia Southern University    
  • 2015 - Dissertation Title: Picturing the Unspeakable: Trauma, Memory, and Visuality in Contemporary Comics. Academic Advisor, Department of Statistics, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign    
  • 2015 - Dissertation Title: Networks of Paranoia: Narratives of Crime and Detection in 21st Century Latin America. Assistant Professor of Spanish, Centre College    
  • 2015 - Dissertation Title: The Serpent Woman as Grotesque in French, English, and German Medieval Narrative. Senior Lecturer of German, Coordinator of the Global Village, a Living & Learning Community    
  • 2015 - Dissertation Title: Being and Suffering: Toward an Existentialist Understanding of Memory, Trauma, and Violence. Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing, Misericordia University...
  • 2014 - Dissertation Title: Queer American Expatriate Writers in France and the Birth of the Gay Modernist Subject. Assistant Professor of English at College of the Canyons    
  • 2013 - Dissertation Title: Cultural Engagement in Missionary China: American Missionary Novels 1880-1930. Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Tunghai University, Taiwa    
  • 2013 - Dissertation Title: Wallpapering the Novel: Economics, Aesthetics, and the Realist Home. Acquisitions Editor, Stanford University Press    
  • 2012 - Dissertation Title: The Ecological Turn: Positioning the Natural World in Post-Mao Fiction and Film. Instructor of English at Memphis University School    
  • 2012 - Dissertation Title: “Tactility and Modernity: the Sense of Touch in DH Lawrence, Alfred Stieglitz, Walter Benjamin, and Maurice Merleau-Ponty”. Associate Professor, Kwansei Gakuin University    
  • 2012 - Dissertation Title: Orhan Pamuk's Novels and their “Afterlife" in English and German Translations. University of Rochester, Department of Religion and Classics    
  • 2012 - Dissertation Title: Aesop’s Fables in China: The Transmission and Transformation of the Genre. Post-doctoral fellow at The Research Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences of the National Science Council in Taiwan    
  • 2011 - Dissertation Title: Body, Voice, Memory: Modern Latin American Women's Testimonios. Freelance editor    
  • 2011 - Dissertation Title: "Who Speaks For Me, With Me, and To Me?” Subalternity and Representation in the Works of Mahasweta Devi, Bessie Head, and Assia Djebar. Assistant Professor at Boise State University    
  • 2010 - Dissertation Title: Scripting Anxiety/Scripting Identity: Indian Mutiny, History, and the Colonial Imaginary, 1857-1911. Associate Professor of English, Boise State University; Director of Critical Theory    
  • 2010 - Dissertation Title: Desire and Redemption: The Two Worlds in "Jin Ping Mei. Assistant Professor at Dickinson College    
  • 2010 - Dissertation Title: Failure to Deliver: Transitional Masculinities in Late and Post Francoist Films (1963--1984). Lecturer, Spanish and Catalan at Stanford Language Center, Stanford University