Faculty Scholarship

Our faculty members are prolific in print and digital publications and are actively engaged in research activities both on and off campus, such as Department Colloquium and Imprints & Impressions. 

Publications and Research Activities

Browse English faculty names for selected works:

Bryan Bardine, Associate Professor; Coordinator of TA Training

Ann Biswas, Lecturer; Director of Writing Programs

Meredith Doench, Lecturer; Full-Time Faculty

Fatima Esseili, Assistant Professor; Full-Time Faculty

Miriamne Krummel, Associate Professor; Full-Time Faculty

Thomas Morgan, Associate Professor; Full-Time Faculty

Andrew Slade, Associate Professor; Chair of Department of English

Margaret Strain, Professor; Full-Time Faculty

Tereza Szeghi, Associate Professor; Director of the Graduate Program in English

Susan Trollinger, Associate Professor; Full-Time Faculty

Laura Vorachek, Associate Professor; Director of Undergraduate Studies in English

To contact eCommons, send an email to ecommons@udayton.edu.

Faculty members: If you do not have a eCommons page yet, you can create one on your own or have an eCommons staff create one for you. You need to provide the following:

  • the name you would like to use;
  • a short bio;
  • a photo; and
  • your degree names, years and institutions.

You can also provide additional information such as your research interests, courses you teach, etc.

The Department Colloquium

The Department of English Colloquium is an event that takes place twice a year in order for faculty to share research findings and other information with each other. It features faculty from across all fields within the English Department. This is a great way for not only faculty, but also students to learn more about the English Department itself, as well as the various areas of study. It takes place at lunch time on the given dates and will have a different theme each time. Dates are TBD and we will give updates when more information is received.

Browse Previous Colloquium Flyers:

Righting (Wronging) America at the Creation Museum (pdf) >

Intercultural Connections in Language and Literature (pdf) >

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Art: Music, Literature, Film (pdf) >

Comparative Approaches to Literature (pdf) >

Recovering Authorship (pdf) >

Rhetorical Practitioners, Plagiarists, and Prisoners (pdf) >

Imprints & Impressions

In opening his library to the University, Dayton-area collector and philanthropist Stuart Rose has given our students, our faculty, and the community a once-in-a lifetime opportunity to see firsthand the seminal works of the boldest, most courageous thinkers in ancient, medieval, and modern history.

University of Dayton faculty then selected from the hundreds of historically significant volumes pieces that supported the undergraduate curriculum. These selections can now be reviewed through an online exhibit through the University of Dayton library. All works are alphabetized in the exhibit by author last name and item descriptions were composed by University of Dayton faculty.

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