contemporaneity; social and political theory; ecocriticism; the novel.
Romanticism (British and German especially), aesthetic theory, deconstruction, Frankfurt School, film, politics and political theory.
20th/21st C postcolonial and transnational literature, political and affective economies, vulnerability, migration studies and diaspora, new historicism, cultural studies, gender studies, feminist/queer theory, critical race theory, political theory
Nineteenth-century novels and poetry, Victorian studies, British literature, law and literature, women and gender studies, nineteenth-century science, empire, and nationhood, aesthetics and politics, theories of character
Postcolonial Studies, Legal and Political Theory, Haitian Revolutionary Studies, American hemispheric literatures, the representation of slavery, film studies, race and law, legal history, human rights.
19th, 20th, 21st century literatures; global studies; modernism and modernity studies; colonial/postcolonial/Empire studies; the novel; film, media, new media studies; critical and political theory; aesthetics and philosophy; queer and feminist theory; visual culture; the Global South; critical geography; Global Wests, American West; eco-critical studies and activism; precarity, labor, poverty, class; mass culture, TV studies; classics; the epic; Irish literature and culture; contemporary global fiction; science; mysticism.
Postcolonial, Politics, Music, Theory, Literary Geography
critical theory, French literature, cultural studies, gender studies, science fiction, political feminism, biopolitics, complexity theory, Gilles Deleuze, Félix Guattari, Michel Serres
Italian literature, culture, politics, art; literary theory; textual theories; philosophy; film studies;
Latin American, Caribbean, and Latina/o history of ideas Space and Political Imaginations Body Politics (Race, Gender, and Sexuality) Affect Theory (Anti)Imperialism