Graduate Students

Friederike E. Ach

Laurens Pieter Boomsma

Ella Brians

Alexander Brock

Periods: 17th and 18th centuries

Alonso Burgos Vazquez Mellado

Research Interests: Contemporary Mexican Literature (since 2006), literature and violence, Critique of Modernity, representation...

Joshua Calvo

Lawrence Chamunorwa

Paresh Chandra

Research interests: 19th and 20th century lyric poetry in English, Hindi, Urdu, Persian and French; comparative poetics; novel studies; crit

Alexandra Dantzlerward

Daniel Dominguez

Liam Egan

Liam received his BA in Classics at Johns Hopkins University in 2018.

Florian Endres

Darja Filippova

Ana Garcia-Moreno

April Gilbert

Leon Grek

Salwa Halloway

Salwa Halloway is a PhD student who focuses on the Lebanese Diaspora in sub-Saharan Africa.

Austen Hinkley

Antonio Iannarone

Antonio is PhD candidate in his fourth year of study, currently writing on the turn from semantic to aesthetic relations in the prose of Henry...

Dani Issler

Caresse Jackson-Alger

Mari Jarris

Research Interests: Feminist and Queer Theory, Marxism and Critical Theory, Utopianism, Psychoanalysis


Elias Kleinbock

Wyatt Leaf

Peter Makhlouf

Peter Makhlouf holds a B.A. in Classics (Latin and Greek) from Brown University.

Ana Martinez Jimenez

Max Matukhin

William Mullaney

Will Mullaney graduated from Pomona College with a B.A. in English and French. He is also interested in existentialist philosophy, phenomenology, and...

Yaul Perez-Stable Husni

Apolline Pernet

Apolline is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Comparative Literature.

Paulina Pineda

Jacob Plagmann

Periods: Modern and Contemporary

Languages: Russian, French, German

Candela Potente

Research Interests: Psychoanalysis, Critical Theory, Continental Philosophy, Postcolonial Theory, International Psychoana

Aliya Ram

Research interests: Modernisms, realisms, poetics, drama, decolonisation and postcolonial theory, transl

Jason Rigas

Xita Rubert Castro

Marie Sanazaro

Research Interests:  the 19th century English novel, Criti

Irina Simova

Irina Simova is a PhD candidate in Comparative Literature at Princeton University.

Fay Slakey

Tomoko Slutsky

Fields/Periods: Japanese, French/Francophone, and English  literary and cultural studies from late nineteenth-century to twenty-...

Grega Ulen