People

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Caroline Cheung

Title/Position
PhD Graduate Candidate
Caroline Cheung is a PhD Candidate in English with a graduate certificate in Gender, Women’s, & Sexuality Studies. She works at the intersections of women of color feminisms, theories of state violence, transformative justice and prison abolitionism.
Tove Conway

Tove Conway

Title/Position
PhD Graduate Candidate
Tove Conway is a PhD candidate in the English Department at the University of Iowa. Her scholarship focuses on the role of women in modernist culture and explores representations of the natural world in literature and visual art.
Ruben Cota

Ruben Cota

Title/Position
Visiting Assistant Professor
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Sophia Craig

Title/Position
PhD Graduate Candidate
Sophia Craig is a PhD candidate interested in 19th/20th century American novels and short stories. Sophia also tutors at the Writing Center and is a TA for rhetoric.
Andrea Cramer

Andrea Cramer

Title/Position
Administrative Services Coordinator
TA and RA Coordinator
Assistant to the Directors of GEL and the English & Creative Writing Major
Corey Creekmur

Corey Creekmur

Title/Position
Associate Professor
I'm an Associate Professor in both the Department of English and the Department of Cinema and Comparative Literature; I'm also the current Director of the Institute for Cinema and Culture, and serve on the executive boards of the Program in Sexuality Studies and International Programs.
John D'Agata

John D'Agata

Title/Position
Director of the Nonfiction Writing Program
Professor
In 1998 I graduated from the University of Iowa with MFAs in both poetry and nonfiction, and then in 2005 I returned to Iowa to join the faculty of The Nonfiction Writing Program. Since arriving, I have developed the program’s four core graduate courses: “History of the Essay,” “The Essay Prize,” “Performance and Profession,” and “Thesis Workshop.”
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Rajorshi Das

Title/Position
PhD Graduate Candidate
Rajorshi Das is a PhD candidate in English with a certificate in Gender, Women’s, and Sexuality Studies (GWSS). They study contemporary liberal queer narratives emerging out of India across print and digital platforms.
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Camille Davis

Title/Position
PhD Graduate Candidate
Camille Davis (she/they) is a PhD student in the English Department at the University of Iowa. They are specializing in international poetic communities with a focus on network theory and book history.
Kyler Dill

Kyler Dill

Title/Position
PhD Graduate Candidate
Jomil Ebro

Jomil Ebro

Title/Position
PhD Graduate Candidate
Isaac Engelberg

Isaac Engelberg

Title/Position
MFA Nonfiction Graduate Student
Eric Ensley

Eric Ensley

Title/Position
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Dr. Eric Ensley is Curator of Rare Books and Maps in the Special Collections & Archives, where he works to make rare materials better accessible to students, faculty, and researchers across the University of Iowa campus and beyond.
Bryanne Estes

Bryanne Estes

Title/Position
PhD Graduate Candidate
Melissa Febos

Melissa Febos

Title/Position
Professor
Melissa Febos is the author of four books, including the memoir, Whip Smart (St. Martin’s Press 2010), which Terry Gross called “fascinating” and Kirkus Reviews said “expertly captures grace within depravity,” and the essay collection, Abandon Me (Bloomsbury 2017), which was a LAMBDA Literary Award finalist, a Publishing Triangle Award finalist, an Indie Next Pick, and was widely named a best book of 2017.
 Rebecca Flowers

Rebecca Flowers

Title/Position
MFA Nonfiction Graduate Student
Joshua Foley

Joshua Foley

Title/Position
PhD Graduate Candidate
Claire Fox

Claire Fox

Title/Position
M.F. Carpenter Professor of English
Claire F. Fox is M. F. Carpenter Professor of English and holds a complimentary appointment in Spanish & Portuguese. Her current research focuses on visual culture, performance, and placemaking in the Americas.
 Richard Frailing

Richard Frailing

Title/Position
MFA Nonfiction Graduate Student
Sarah Frank

Sarah Frank

Title/Position
PhD Graduate Student