- 28 regular full-time faculty
- 3 visiting full-time faculty
- 24 part-time faculty
- 33 graduate students holding teaching assistantships
- 1 graduate student holding university dissertation fellowships for 2014-2015
- 3 graduate students holding research assistantships, including one who serves as the assistant to the editor of the journal
The English faculty at Marquette University are actively engaged in research and publication as well as in teaching and service. Committed to the scholar-teacher model, the faculty believe that university teaching introduces students into the world of the scholar where knowledge is constructed and concepts of academic discourse are formulated, applied, and revised. To demonstrate their commitment to teaching, faculty regularly conduct courses at all levels, from introductory surveys through doctoral seminars.
Bieganowski, SJ, Associate Professor. 19th-c American Literature; Rhetoric & Composition.
- Amy Blair, Associate Professor. 20th-c American Literature; Women's Studies, Literature & Popular Culture
- John Boly, Associate Professor. 20th-c British Literature; Literary Theory.
- Cedric Burrows, Assistant Professor, Rhetoric and Composition, Cultural Rhetoric, African-American Rhetoric, Social Movement Rhetoric
- Gerry Canavan, Assistant Professor. 20th and 21st Century Literature; Popular Culture; Critical Theory
- John Curran, Professor and Editor of Renascence: Essays on Values in Literature. Renaissance Literature; Shakespeare.
- Daryl Lynn Dance, Visiting Assistant Professor, African-American Rhetoric and Literature, Pedagogy of Writing, Service Learning
- Tyler Farrell, Visiting Assistant Professor, 19th and 20th Century Poetry and Literature, Creative Writing/Rhetoric and Composition, British and Irish Literature.
- Jenn Fishman. Associate Professor. Rhetoric and Composition.
- Leah Flack, Assistant Professor. 20th-c British Literature, Modernism.
- Tol Foster, Assistant Professor. American Literature; Native Studies.
- Melissa J. Ganz, Assistant Professor. Eighteenth-Century British Literature and Culture; Law and Literature; Gender Studies; Transatlantic Studies; History of the Novel.
- Beth Godbee, Assistant Professor. Rhetoric and Composition.
- Melvin Hall, Visiting Assistant Professor, Rhetoric and Composition.
- Heather Hathaway, Associate Professor. American Literature; Immigrant Literature; Ethnic Literature; African-American Studies.
- Diane L. Hoeveler, Professor. British Romantic Poetry; Gothic Fiction & Drama; Women's Literature;, Catholic & Anti-Catholic Literature; Literature & Psychology.
- C.J. Hribal, Louise Edna Goeden Professor. Creative Writing: Fiction; Contemporary Fiction.
- Thomas L. Jeffers, Professor. 19th-c & 20th-c British Literature.
- Steven Hartman Keiser, Associate
Professor. Historical Linguistics; Sociolinguistics; Language Change & Social Identity.
- Christine L. Krueger, Professor. Victorian Literature & Historical Writing; Literature & Law; Gender Studies; 18th-c & 19th-c Religious Writing by Women.
Melamed, Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies. 20th-c American Literature; Cultural Studies; White Privilege & Critical Race Studies.
- Rebecca Nowacek, Associate Professor & Director of the Ott Memorial Writing Center. Rhetoric & Composition; Drama.
- Brittany Pladek, Assistant Professor. 18th-19th Century British Literature, Literature and Medicine, The Western Literary Tradition
- Albert J. Rivero, Professor. Restoration & 18th-c British Literature; Textual Criticism; Women's Studies.
- Jacob Riyeff, Visiting Assistant Professor, Old English Literature, Anglo-Saxon Culture, Monastic Culture
- Angela Sorby, Professor and Director of First Year English, 19th-c American Literature; American Poetry, Creative Writing: Poetry.
- Elizaveta Strakhov, Assistant Professor, Medieval British Literature and Culture, Critical Theory, History of the Material Text
- John Su, Interim Chair, Professor and Director of Core of Common Studies. Contemporary Anglophone Literature; Post-Colonial Literature; Cross-Cultural Studies of Memory & Imagination; Literature & Philosophy.
- Sarah Wadsworth, Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies, Colonial and 19th-c American Literature; History of the Book; Gender Studies; Children's Literature.
Watson, Visiting Professor. Modern & Contemporary American Literature; Creative Writing.
- Amelia Zurcher, Associate Professor & Director of the Honors Program. Renaissance Literature; Shakespeare; Women's Studies; Literary Theory; Feminist Theory.
- Milton J. Bates, Emeritus Professor. 20th-c American Literature; Wallace Stevens, Vietnam War Literature, Environmental Literature.
- Ed Block Jr., Emeritus Professor. Victorian Literature; Critical Theory, Religion & Literature.
- M.C. Bodden, Emerita Professor. English Linguistics; Medieval Literature, Women's Studies.
- Virginia Chappell, Emerita Professor. Rhetoric & Composition.
- Joseph DeFalco, Emeritus Professor. 20th-c American Literature.
- Ed Duffy, Emeritus Associate Professor. 19th-c British Literature; Percy Shelley.
- Michael McCanles, Emeritus Professor. Renaissance Literature.
- Claire Barber-Stetson
- Rose Both
- Darek Ciemniewski
- John Couture
- Thomas Durkin
- Jennifer Dworschack-Kinter
- Paul Dworschack-Kinter
- Margaret Erhart
- Donna Foran
- Jenna Green Azab
- Jaimee Hills
- Elizabeth Matelski
- Bonnie McLean
- Jason Nado
- Therese Novotny
- Stephanie Quade