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Faculty Administrative Position

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    Alison Chapman, Department Chairperson

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    Rebecca Bach, Associate Dean

  • Faculty Position

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    Adam Vines, Professor (P)

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    Alison Chapman, Professor (P)

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    Amy Cates, Instructor (P)

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    Ana Maria Santiago, Instructor (P)

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    Aparna Dwivedi, Instructor (P)

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    Bruce McComiskey, Professor - Emeritus (P)

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    Cassandra Ellis, Associate Professor (P)

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    Christopher Minnix, Associate Professor (P)

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    Cynthia Ryan, Associate Professor (P)

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    Daniel Butcher, Instructor (P)

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    Daniel Siegel, Associate Professor (P)

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    David Basilico, Associate Professor (P)

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    Gale Temple, Associate Professor (P)

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    Halley Cotton, Instructor and Instructor (P)

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    Jaclyn Wells, Associate Professor (P)

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    James Braziel, Associate Professor (P)

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    James Guthrie, Instructor (P)

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    Jeffrey Bacha, Associate Professor (P)

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    Jennifer Young, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Jessie Dunbar, Associate Professor (P)

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    Jill Clements, Associate Professor (P)

    A native of northern Missouri, Jill Hamilton Clements works primarily on Old English language and literature, with research interests in medieval views of death and dying, practices of commemoration, and early medieval law. Her current book project, Writing the Dead in Anglo-Saxon England, examines the interplay of dead bodies and texts in Anglo-Saxon commemorative genres and in religious and heroic poetry. Her recent work has been published in Gesta and in Anglo-Saxon England, and she has chapt...

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    John Hutchings Jr, Professor - Emeritus (P)

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    Joseph Wood, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Kerry Madden-Lunsford, Associate Professor (P)

    Kerry Madden (www.kerrymadden.com) is the author of the Appalachian Maggie Valley Trilogy: Gentle’s Holler, Louisiana’s Song, and Jessie’s Mountain (all Viking). Her other books include Offsides, a 1997 New York Public Library Books for the Teen Age selection, Writing Smarts, which helps kids craft their own stories and poetry, and Nothing Fancy About Kathryn & Charlie, about a Selma, Alabama friendship between a storyteller and a folk artist. Kerry is an Associate Professor of Creative Writing ...

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    Lauren Slaughter, Associate Professor (P)

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    Leonard Grimes, Professor (P)

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    Lilian Mina, Associate Professor and Associate Professor (P)

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    Margaret Jessee, Associate Professor (P)

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    Marilyn Kurata, Associate Professor - Emeritus (P)

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    Mary Braswell, Professor - Emeritus (P)

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    Meagan Malone, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Melba Major, Assistant Professor (P)

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    Nichole Lariscy, Associate Professor (P)

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    Patrick Quinlan, Professor - Emeritus (P)

    Kieran Quinlan retired from UAB's English Department in 2020. His main interest was in 20th century American, Irish, and British authors from a cultural, philosophical, and religious perspective about which he published 4 books and numerous essays. He also wrote several memoir pieces for The Chronicle of Higher Education and other venues. He remains engaged with selected authors and curates a bibliographical profile for one of them with Oxford University Press.

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    Peter Bellis, Professor (P)

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    Rebecca Bach, Professor (P)

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    Robert Cole, Instructor - Adjunct (P)

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    Robert Collins, Associate Professor - Emeritus (P)

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    Shelly Cato, Assistant Professor (P)

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