The English Department is a dynamic and productive community of 23 full-time faculty members engaged in active research programs, graduate supervision, and publication of literary scholarship and creative writing.
The following nine research clusters represent particular concentrations of strength and focus, and can help connect you to the faculty members working in those areas. The diversity of research interests among our faculty fosters a wonderfully vibrant and supportive research environment for all members of the Department, from faculty to students.
Colonial and Postcolonial
Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
Environmental and Energy Humanities
Medieval and Early Modern
Newfoundland and Labrador
Studies of Visual Narrative