English

English

Galloway, Andrew | Professor
Department of English
Campus address:  63 Goldwin Smith Hall
Contact:  (607) 255-2325 | asg6@cornell.edu

Specializations:  Old and Middle English (at present especially Chaucer, Langland, Gower); medieval history writing; intellectual communities and the sociology of knowledge; visions of women and women’s writings; paleography and codicology.

Hill, Thomas D.  | Professor
Department of English
Campus address:  262 Goldwin Smith Hall
Contact:  (607) 255-3799 |  tdh1@cornell.edu

Specializations:  Old and Middle English literature; Old Norse-Icelandic literature; English philology. Though primarily interested in literature, he has occasionally served on committees of students interested in linguistics.

Kaske, Carol V. | Professor (Emerita)
Department of English
Campus address:  159 Goldwin Smith Hall
Contact:  (607) 255-4138 |  cvk2@cornell.edu | web

Specializations: Literature of the medieval and Renaissance periods, including Edmund Spenser, Dante, Malory, Ficino and other Latin writers, romance, and allegory.

Raskolnikov, Masha | Associate Professor
Department of English
Campus address:  165 Goldwin Smith Hall
Contact:  (607) 255-9505 | mr283@cornell.edu

Specializations: Middle English literature, allegory theory, medieval philosophy and rhetoric, contemporary critical theory, feminist and queer studies.

Wetherbee, Winthrop | Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities (Emeritus)
Department of English | Department of Classics
Campus address:  283 Goldwin Smith
Contact:  (607) 255-6806 | ww22@cornell.edu | web

Specializations:  Chaucer; Middle English; Classical and medieval Latin; Dante; Old French poetry; Medieval literary criticitism.

Zacher, Samantha | Professor
Department of English
Campus address: 261 Goldwin Smith Hall
Contact: (607) 255-9307 | sz66@cornell.edu

Specializations: Old and Middle English language and literature; manuscript studies; homilies; patristic and  medieval biblical studies and exegesis; Jewish intellectual history; religion and political theology; pre-modern ideas of nation.