Ph.D. Washington University, 1999
Teaching and research interests include British literature to 1700, international Shakespeare, early modern Renaissance women writers, Isabella Whitney, orphans and foster children in Renaissance literature, motherhood in Renaissance literature, Harry Potter and fairy tales.
On sabbatical fall 2021
Assistant Professor of English, Director of Undergraduate Studies
Ph.D. Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, 2013
Teaching and research interests are historical linguistics, modern grammar, medieval literature, Old English and Anglo-Latin poetry, hagiography, manuscript studies, Old Norse, Middle English, phenomenology and literary theory.
Associate Professor, Department Chair
Ph.D., University of Missouri, 2015
Teaching and research interests are creative nonfiction (including memoir, the personal essay, and the lyric essay), ethnographic writing, genre boundaries in creative writing, and Russian literature of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Juan M. Gallegos
Associate Professor, Composition Director
Ph.D. University of Arizona, Tucson, 2014
Teaching and research interests include composition theory, pedagogy, and history, Basic Writing, Latino/a rhetorics, Nuevomexicano/a historical literacy practices, and NMHU history. Developing research interests include spatial rhetorics and writing centers.
Jess A. Goldbergjagoldberg@nmhu.edu505-454-3329 Teaching and research interests include American literature, abolitionist thought, Black studies, carceral studies (prisons, policing, and criminalization), gender studies (especially queer and feminist theory), critical race theory and ethnic studies (with a focus on white supremacy), legal humanities, environmental humanities, settler colonialism, and racial capitalism.Assistant Professor Ph.D. Cornell University, 2018
Amanda M. May
Assistant Professor, Writing Center Director, Director of Graduate Studies in English
Ph.D. Florida State University, 2020
Teaching and research interests include writing center studies, social media, visual rhetoric, and multimodal composition.
Rebecca Schneiderrschneider@nmhu.edu505-426-2073 Teaching and research interests include British literature from 1700 to the present (especially anti-colonial and abolitionist movements), Caribbean literature, archival theory, pedagogy, and digital humanities.Assistant Professor Ph.D. University of Colorado, Boulder 2019
Professor of English
Ph.D. SUNY Binghamton, 1997
Teaching and research interests include creative writing: fiction; stand-up comedy as literature, American humor, the New Testament & American literature.
Assistant Professor, Director of Undergraduate Studies in English
Ed.D. Teachers College, Columbia University, 2018
Teaching and research interests are English Education, critical media literacy, game studies, multimodal composing and comics.