Graduate Coordinator & Faculty

Graduate Coordinator

Dr. A Nicole Pfannenstiel

  • M.A. English, Rhetoric and Composition, Arizona State University
  • Ph.D. English, Rhetoric, Composition and Linguistics, Arizona State University

Specializations

  • Digital Rhetorics and Literacies
  • Videogames and Literacies
  • Rhetoric and Composition
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Assistant Professor of English

AmberNicole.Pfannenstiel@millersville.edu
Office: Hash 166
Phone: (717) 871-4282
Fax: (717) 871-7933

Graduate Faculty

Bill Archibald, Ph.D.,

Caleb Corkery, Ph.D.,

Roberta Jill Craven, Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1999. Film Studies, Comparative Literature, Literary and Critical Theory

Kerrie Farkas, Ph.D., Kent State University, 2003.
Rhetorical Theory, Composition Theory, Grounded Theory, Public and Civic Discourse, Literacy

Judith Halden-Sullivan. Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University, 1984.
Rhetoric and Composition Studies, Poetics, Avant-Garde Literature

Katarzyna Jakubiak, Ph.D., Illinois State University, 2006. Translation Studies, African Diaspora Studies, 20th and 21st century World Literature

Justin Mando, Ph.D.,

Tim Mayers, Ph.D., Rhode Island University, 1998.
Composition Studies, Creative Writing, History and Institutional Structures of English Departments, Contemporary American Poetry, Poetic Theory

Timothy Miller, Ph.D., State University of New York at Binghamton, 1982.
16th and 17th Century British Literature, Milton

Dominic Ording, Ph.D., Michigan State, American Studies
20th and 21st Century American Literature and Culture, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Cultural Studies and Critical Theory, Writing Studies

Carla Rineer, Ph.D.,

Tim Shea, Ph.D, University of Virginia,
English Education, Writing pedagogy, Composition Studies, Nonfiction film and composition, Film literacy

M.P.A Sheaffer , Ph.D., Tulane University, 1965.
Renaissance Literature, 17th Century Literature, Emily Dickinson, American Women Writers

Martha Widmayer, Ph.D., University of Miami, 1988
Renaissance Literature, Shakespeare, Victorian Literature, Romanticism

Yufeng Zhang, Ph.D., Purdue University, Indiana
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