Research Interests: Twentieth & Twenty-first Century American Literature; Women Writers and Feminist Theory; Contemporary Native American Literature; Faulkner and Southern Literature
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: The history of emotions; Spatial theory; Anarchist literature and thought; Political Movements and activism; Chaucer
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; Global citizenship
Research Interests: Rhetoric Theory, Rhetoric of Science, Rhetoric of Medicine, Citizen Science, Science Writing, Public Understanding of Science, Kairos,
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: Victorian literature and culture; the history of the novel; literary theory; neo-Victorian literature and culture; science and literature; the Gothic; Victorian periodicals; Japanese manga and anime
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: Modernist American Fiction; Florida Studies, focusing on the works of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings; Ernest Hemingway, gender, and war; Zora Neale Hurston and Eatonville, Florida; British Mediterranean Studies, focusing on the works of Lawrence Durrell and John Fowles; Modern Greek Literature
Research Interests: Early American literature; literature by women; personal narratives, including autobiography, diary, and memoir; early American captivity, crime, travel, and cross-dressing narratives; feminist theory; American novel; theories of space and place; manuscript and material culture approaches
Research Interests: Film and Media Studies; Cultural Studies; Rhetoric and Composition; Literary Theory; Memory and Monuments
Research Interests: Caribbean Literature and Culture; African American Literature and Culture; Climate Change Education for Sustainable Development; Popular Music in the Age of Digital Reproduction
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: Nature-oriented Literature; Ecocriticism; Science Fiction; Ecofeminism; Bakhtinian dialogics
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; Fetishism and Mourning; Historicism (New and Old); Material Culture Theory; "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: Scientific and Technical Communication in Digital and visual Media; Narrative Information Visualization; Visual Risk Communication; Visual Metaphor; User Evaluation of Interactive Tools; Digital Humanities
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.
Research Interests: rhetoric; composition; linguistics (particularly corpus linguistics); grammar / usage; expert witness