Students pursuing a global literary interdisciplinary minor will work with faculty members from multiple academic departments.
Ph.D. Indiana University
I'm a native of northern France, and I love teaching my language to students because I love to see them go from hesitant to talkative as they gain confidence.
Ph.D. University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
I teach a variety of courses in Greek and Latin language and literature. My scholarly interests include Hellenistic and Greek lyric poetry, Alexander the Great, and literary translation.
|Scott Denham (Coordinator)
Ph.D. Harvard University
I teach courses in writing, global literary theory and cultural studies, in the Humanities Program, and in German Studies. My research focuses on German and Austrian culture and literature of the 20th century and on literary translation.
Ph.D. University of Chicago
I have been teaching at Davidson for more than 10 years, offering a broad range of courses in Russian language, literature, and culture. My scholarship focuses on 18th-century literature, with a focus on Franco-Russian relations and women poets.
Ph.D. Columbia University
I specialize in U.S. Latina/o and 20th century Latin American literature and culture, gender studies, and queer theory.
Ph.D. Columbia University
I teach elementary, intermediate, and advanced Arab Studies courses related to Syrian literature, film, and drama. I have just completed a manuscript on contemporary Syrian television drama.
|Kyra A. Kietrys
Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania
I teach all levels of Spanish language and advanced literature and culture courses on contemporary Spain. I also teach literary translation and am developing a class on second language acquisition. My research interests include the 19th-21st Peninsular novel, digital studies, and cultural studies with a particular emphasis on the Second Republic.
Ph.D. University of Wisconsin
I teach courses in American and comparative literature, literary criticism, and film.
M.F.A Columbia University School of the Arts
I'm a poet, novelist, and cultural critic. I teach creative writing, contemporary literature, world literatures, and literature & social change.
I specialize in twentieth-century Russian and Soviet poetry, prose, and visual culture, with emphases on comparative modernisms, exile, urban poetics, and queer theory. At Davidson I look forward to incorporating my research interests into my teaching.
|Syed Rizwan Zamir
Ph.D. University of Virginia
I teach introductory and advanced courses in the area of Islamic studies, specializing in Islamic thought and spirituality.