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Job Placement & Achievements

Comparative Studies in Discourse and Society

Our graduates have secured tenured and tenure-track positions in English, national language programs, Communication Studies, Art History and interdisciplinary programs at institutions such as the following:

Mazher Al-Zo'by
International studies, Zayed University

Karyn Ball
English and film studies, University of Alberta

Bruce Campbell
Hispanic studies, St. John's University

John Collins
Global studies, St. Lawrence University

Nicholas de Villiers
English, University of North Florida

Barbara Engh
History of art and cultural studies, University of Leeds

Stephen Groening
English and film studies, George Mason University

Thomas Haakenson
Liberal arts, MCAD

Jennifer Horne
Media studies, The Catholic University of America

David Jenemann
English and film studies, University of Vermont

Doug Julien
English, Texas A&M University-Texarkana

Andrew Kincaid
English, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Andrew Knighton
English, California State University-Los Angeles

Amitava Kumar
English, Vassar College

Daryl Lee
Interdisciplinary studies, State University of New York Institute of Technology

Xiuwu Liu
International studies, Miami University (OH)

Stephen Macek
Speech communication, North Central College

Cecily Marcus
Library academic programs, University of Minnesota Libraries

Martha Mockus
Women's studies, Hamilton College

Negar Mottahedah
Literature and women's studies, Duke University

Thomas Roach
English and cultural studies, Bryant College

Scott Sherer
Art and at history, University of Texas at San Antonio

Gauti Sigthorsson
Media and communication, University of Greenwich

Adam Sitze
Law, jurisprudence, and social thought, Amherst College

Hans Skott-Myhre
Social sciences, Brock University

Michelle Stewart
Cinema studies, State University of New York–Purchase

John Stolle-McAllister
Modern languages and linguistics, University of Maryland-Baltimore County

Brynnar Swenson
English, Butler University

John Troyer
Centre for Death and Society, University of Bath

Marjorie Weinstein
Whitney Museum of American Art

Craig Wilkins
Detroit Community Design Center, University of Michigan

Comparative Literature

Our graduates have secured tenured and tenure-track positions in English, national language programs, Communication Studies and interdisciplinary programs at institutions such as the following:

Mark Axelrod
English, Chapman University

Stacy Beckwith
Classical languages, Carleton College

Pascal Bos
Jewish studies, University of Texas at Austin

Sarah Bryant-Bertail
Theater theory, University of Washington

Terry Cochran
Comparative literature, Universite de Montreal

Daniel Dooghan
World literature, University of Tampa

Jeanine Ferguson
Office of the Senior Vice President, University of Minnesota

K. Martial Frindethie
Foreign languages and literatures, Appalachian State University

Fontini Georgousi
English, The American College of Greece

Gitahi Gititi
English and African/African-American studies, University of Rhode Island

Ronald Judy
English, University of Pittsburgh

Karen Juers-Munby
Theatre studies, Lancaster University

Neil Larsen
Comparative literature and literary theory, University of California-Davis

Silvia Lopez
Spanish, Carleton College

Fair Meeks
English, Minnesota State University-Moorhead

Monika Mehta
English, State University of New York-Binghamton

Hassan Melehy
French, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Andreas Michel
German, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Kitty Millet
Jewish studies, San Francisco State University

Steven Nimis
Classics, Miami University (OH)

Andrew Opitz
English, Hawaii Pacific University

Yun Peng
East Asian languages and literatures, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Lindsey Green-Simms
Literature, American University

Julietta Singh
English, University of Richmond

Ann Marie Stock
Film studies and Hispanic studies, University of William and Mary

Steve Suppan
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy

Miguel Tamen
Literary Theory, Universidade de Lisboa
Romance languages and literatures, University of Chicago

Elizabeth Walden
Cultural studies and philosophy, Bryant University

Lesley Walker
World Language Studies, Indiana University-South Bend

Wei Zhang
Religious Studies, University of South Florida