Experts List

Experts for: Literature

Claudia Cabello Hutt

Assistant Professor, Languages, Literatures, & Cultures
PhD Rutgers University
(336) 334-3853,

  • Latin American Literature (women writers, Chile, Gabriela Mistral)
  • Latin American History of Feminism

Roberto E. Campo

Professor, International & Global Studies
Professor, Languages, Literatures, & Cultures
PhD University of Pennsylvania
(336) 334-3311,

  • Internationalizing the campus and our 21st century students
  • Bringing Asian Studies to our students and the greater-Greensboro community
  • French Culture, History, Literature
  • Phi Beta Delta International Scholars Honor Society

Ben Clarke

Assistant Professor, English
PhD University of Oxford
(336) 334-5484,

  • George Orwell
  • Richard Hoggart
  • Working-class writing

Anthony Cuda

Assistant Professor, English
PhD Emory University
(336) 334-5311,

  • Twentieth-Century Literature
  • Twentieth-Century Poetry
  • Literary Modernism
  • T. S. Eliot, W. B. Yeats

Karen De Naples

Clinical Instructor, Specialized Education Services
MEd University of Rochester and Rochester Institute of Technology
(336) 543-2193,

  • Deaf Culture
  • American Sign Language (ASL)
  • ASL Literature

Stuart Dischell

Professor, English
MFA The University of Iowa
(336) 334-5459,

  • Poetry and Literature
  • Paris Travel and History

Michelle M. Dowd

Associate Professor, English
Women's and Gender Studies
PhD Columbia University
(336) 334-5384,

  • Early British Women Writers
  • Shakespeare
  • English Renaissance Theater

Emily Edwards

Professor, Media Studies
Director, Center for Creative Writing in the Arts
PhD The University of Texas at Austin
(336) 334-5360,

  • Popular Media, Media Writing & Production
  • Media violence, morbid curiosity and pop culture
  • Creative Writing

Christopher Hodgkins

Professor, English
PhD The University of Chicago
(336) 334-4691,

  • Race and Religion in Colonial Jamestown
  • Why the Bible Matters
  • Teaching the Bible in the Public University
  • Empire & the Religious Imagination
  • The Foodways of the Atlantic World

Ana Hontanilla

Associate Professor, Languages, Literatures, & Cultures
PhD Washington University in St. Louis
(336) 334-3335,

  • Spanish Literature
  • Spanish Culture
  • Spanish Films, History, and Politics
  • African Diaspora in Latin America

Terry L. Kennedy

Lecturer, English
Associate Director, MFA Writing Program
MFA The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
(336) 334-5459,

  • Entrepreneurship and Independent Press Publishing
  • Graduate Programs in Creative Writing

Ignacio Lopez

Assistant Professor, Languages, Literatures, & Cultures
PhD Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain
(336) 334-3853,

  • Spanish Medieval Art and Literature
  • Spanish Early Modern Art and Literature

Nicole M. Martin

Assistant Professor, Teacher Education & Higher Education
PhD MIchigan State University
(336) 676-4250,

  • Reading, Writing, Speaking, and Listening
  • Children's Literacy Development
  • Informational Literacy
  • Teaching in Elementary Schools or Urban Education

Jeanie Marklin Reynolds

Lecturer, English
PhD The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
(336) 334-3981,

  • Teacher Education
  • The Teaching of Writing
  • Young Adult Literature

Susanne Rinner

Associate Professor, Languages, Literatures, & Cultures
PhD Georgetown University
(336) 334-4857,

  • German Literature, Film, & Cultural Studies
  • The Sixties
  • Women Writers in German Speaking Countries
  • Contemporary Germany

Amy Lynn Rose

Lecturer, Educational Research Methodology
MEd North Carolina State University

  • Writing Assessment Items
  • Teaching Novels in the Classroom

Carmen Sotomayor

Professor, Languages, Literatures, & Cultures
PhD Michigan State University
(336) 334-5655,

  • Spain: Twentieth Century and Contemporary Issues
  • Spanish Civil War (1936-39) Visual Arts, Literature and History

Karen Weyler

Associate Professor, English
PhD The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
(336) 334-4689,

  • Pre-Civil War American Literature
  • American Women's Writings
  • Genre Fiction

David Wharton

Associate Professor, Classical Studies
PhD The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
(336) 334-5726,

  • Latin in the Secondary School Curriculum
  • Latin / Ancient Greek Language and Literature
  • The Classical World
  • Linguistics