Visiting Speakers

Elizabeth Maddock Dillon

Professor of English
Northeastern University

Elizabeth Maddock Dillon's research interests include Early American literature, Atlantic colonialism, the early novel, feminist theory, political theory, aesthetics, transatlantic print culture, Caribbean literature, and early American drama.

Tanya Domi

Chief of External Relations
CUNY Graduate Center

Tanya Domi recent accepted a position as the new chief of external relations at CUNY Graduate Center. Before this appointment, she was the Senior Public Affairs Officer for International Affairs, Economics and Politics at Columbia University's Office of Communications and Public Affairs.

Elizabeth Emens

Professor of Law
Columbia University

Elizabeth Emens's areas of publishing and teaching include disability law; family law; antidiscrimination law; contracts law; law and sexuality.

Mary Esteve

Professor of English

Mary Esteve's areas of study include nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature, urban literature, and political, social, and critical theory.

Valeria Finucci

Professor of Italian Studies and Theater Studies Romance Studies
Duke University

Valeria Finucci is Professor of Italian Studies and Theater Studies Romance Studies at Duke University.

Jennifer Fleissner

Associate Professor of English
Indiana University

Jennifer Fleissner works and teaches primarily in the fields of nineteenth- and twentieth-century American literature, with an emphasis on the turn of the century, the era of realism, naturalism, and early modernism.

James K.  Galbraith

Professor of Government
LBJ School of Public Affairs, University of Texas

James K. Galbraith teaches at the LBJ School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas.

April Gallwey

Research Fellow in Oral History, Institute of Advanced Study
University of Warwick

April Gallwey’s research examines the history of lone motherhood in England in the post-1945 period.