Classics, Comparative Literature, Medieval Studies, Translation
Classical reception studies; museum studies; classics and the environmental humanities; Greek and Roman historiography and technical literature; feminist science studies and new materialisms
Chinese, Comparative Literature, East-West Comparative Theory
Economic and political approaches to Victorian fiction; history of economic theory in Europe and America; socialism and anarchism; history of urban planning; narrative theory; irony and comedy.
20th- and 21st-century French literature, culture and thought
Hispanic Caribbean (Cuba, Domincan Republic, Puerto Rico), Latin America, U.S. Caribbean/Latino
18th- to 20th-century German literature, philosophy, and aesthetic theory; literary and cultural theory; history and aesthetic aspects of German psychology and psychiatry
Early modern French literature, French Orientalist discourses
18th-century & 20th-century German literature (especially Austrian and GDR literature), literary and cultural theory, comparative Dutch studies
Slavis, 18th- and 19th-century literature; science and literature; the gothic and the uncanny; empire
Middle Ages and Renaissance, Epic and Romance (Italy, Spain, Provence, France, Catalonia), Early Modern travel narratives, Dante, and literary and cultural theory
Old and Middle English literature, historiography, critical theory, and gender studies.
German and Danish, Renaissance and Baroque; Comparative Literature; Jewish Writers