We believe that learning to use the English language powerfully and precisely within a world of so many languages and cultures will give you the tools to become a critical and creative thinker, able to analyze and interpret individual literary texts, while making enlightened connections with other works and disciplines. Each of our classes will help you develop an informed awareness of traditions and cultural, historical, and literary variations and progressions.

Simultaneously, intensive writing practice will guide you towards clear and elegant expression as you acquire professional writing skills within the cultural sphere. We champion intellectual ambition, creativity, and imagination. We encourage you to pay close attention to the written word when analyzing historical, social, philosophical, and psychological processes, so that you can explore the capacity of language to inform reflection on human values and societal differences and mobilize your creative imagination.



  • Jacob Samuel Bromberg

    Junior Lecturer

  • Alice Craven

    Associate Professor, Department Chair

  • Sian Dafydd

    Assistant Professor

  • Amanda Dennis


  • Stacey Derasmo

    Senior Lecturer

  • William Dow


  • Mark Ennis


  • Oliver Feltham


  • Geoffrey Gilbert

    Associate Professor, Department Chair

  • Jeffrey Greene

    Professor, Creative Writing Coordinator

  • Daniel Gunn

    Distinguished Professor

  • Adrian Harding

    Assistant Professor

  • Heather Hartley

  • Brenton Hobart

    Assistant Professor

  • Cary Hollinshead-strick

    Associate Professor, Writing Program Administrator

  • Elizabeth Kinne

    Assistant Professor

  • Linda Martz

    Associate Professor, Foundation Program Director

  • Daniel Medin

    Associate Professor

  • Ann Mott

    Assistant Professor, Writing Lab Chair

  • Anne-Marie Picard


  • Rebekah Rast


  • Roy Rosenstein


  • Sneharika Roy

    Assistant Professor

  • Sei Shiomi

    Junior Lecturer

  • David Tresilian

    Assistant Professor

  • Jula Wildberger


  • Russell Williams

    Assistant Professor