Research Interests: Nature-oriented Literature; Modern American Poetry; Ecocriticism; science fiction; bodied subjecthood and identities; Bakhtinian dialogics
Research Interests: Twentieth-Century American Literature; Faulkner and Southern Literature; Women Writers and Feminist Theory; Native American Literature; Toni Morrison
Research Interests: Classical and Contemporary Rhetoric; Technical Communication for students across UCF in all majors; Hypertext and Writing for the Web; XML and Digital Archiving; Literature of Science and Technology; The Discourse of Science
Research Interests: Literary nonfiction; Memoir; Personal Essay; Ecological Criticism and Ecotheory; Virginia Woolf
Research Interests: British and Irish Literature since 1885, War and Literature, Sexuality Theory, Science Fiction
Research Interests: African American Slave Narratives; Autobiography and Life Writing Studies; Literacy Studies; Literary Theory
Research Interests: World Literature; American Literature (especially 19th-century slave and women's literature); Women's Studies & Feminist Theory; Womanist Studies; Cultural Studies; Magical Realism; Speculative Fiction/Fantasy
Research Interests: Rhetoric theory, history, and practice, classical to contemporary; Texts and Technology, rhetorical and ethical aspects, and statistics and research design; technical communication, especially rhetorical and ethical aspects; discourse about rhetoric studies.
Research Interests: International Technical Communication; Virtual Teams; Visual Communication; Document Design and Layout; Publication and Production; International Studies
Research Interests: Literature of the British Empire; English Novel, Gender Studies; 18th and 19th century English Literature Literature and Translation; Postcolonial Theory; Critical Theory
Research Interests: writing and reading contemporary fiction; creative writing pedagogy; the art and craft of speculative fiction
Research Interests: Anna Maria Jones teaches courses in Victorian and neo-Victorian literature and culture, literary theory, history of the novel, modern British literature, and Japanese manga and anime. All of her research, Victorian and neo-Victorian, is concerned with the many-faceted, and often vexed, ways that readers engage with narrative and visual texts and with the ways that these texts invite readers to reimagine the boundaries of self and other. She is particularly interested in works that explore (and challenge) the intersecting conventions of gender and genre. Her recent articles have focused on eighteenth-century and nineteenth-century Gothic novels, William Godwin's Caleb Williams and Richard Marsh's The Beetle, and on Toboso Yana's neo-Victorian Gothic manga, Kuroshitsuji (Black Butler).
Research Interests: Technical communication, plain English and plain language, science and literature, writing and designing online help, and science fiction.
Research Interests: Brown and the Early Republic, 1771-1810; Eighteenth-Century Periodicals and Print Culture; Native American Studies; Digital Humanities and Textual Editing
Research Interests: Early American Literature; Women's Personal Narratives, including autobiography, diary, and memoir, and especially captivity, crime, travel, and cross-dressing; Feminist Theory; American Novel; theories of space and place
Research Interests: Film and Media Studies; Cultural Studies; Rhetoric and Composition; Literary Theory; Memory and Monuments
Research Interests: Caribbean Literature, African American Literature, Haitian Studies, Literature and Educational Development
Research Interests: E-portfolios as learning objects. Usability testing. Online learning and Distance Education. Technical Communication Pedagogy.
Research Interests: Herman Melville, Edgar Lee Masters, and Mark Twain
Research Interests: Literary Fiction; Literary Nonfiction; Memoir; Poetry and Flash Fiction; Native American Literature; Writing of the Southwest; Southern Writers; Eudora Welty
Research Interests: British Literature and Culture, 1660 - 1830; The Early Gothic; Clothing and Accoutrement in Literature; The Fetishism of Mourning; Historicism (New and Old); Cultural Materialism; "Thing Theory"; Feminist/Gender Theory
Research Interests: Fiction Writing; The Short Story; Contemporary American Literature; Southern Literature; Creative Writing Pedagogy
Research Interests: Medieval English Literature; Queer and Gender Studies; Pedagogy; Film; Children's Literature; Southern Literature
Latino/a Literature, writing, women writers of color, Emergent American Literature and women's studies.
Research Interests: Fiction, memoir, and personal essay; medical humanities, disability studies, representations of health and illness; images and physical aspects of home and place; the relationships between genres (e.g., architecture and narrative, painting and digital art, fiction and nonfiction); and twentieth-century American literature and women's studies.
Research Interests: Fiction writing, screenwriting, contemporary fiction.
Research Interests: Dr. Seidel publishes in the area of women writers and literature of the American South. She is the author of The Southern Belle in the American Novel and co-editor of Zora in Florida.
Research Interests: Shorebirds. Poetry. The Literature of Fact.
Research Interests: Writing for Video Games, Screenwriting, Fiction Writing.
Research Interests: Poetry Writing; Contemporary Poetry and Poetics; Creative Non-Fiction; Literary Arts and Community; Community-Based Learning; Women's Studies; Marginalized Learners
Creative nonfiction: memoir, essay, segmented forms (braided, collage, lyrical), and literary journalism. Fiction: short stories, flash fiction.