Ronald B. Newman, Ph.D. (Michigan, 1972)
Fields: Composition, rhetorical theory, Victorian literature.
Author, The Prentice-Hall Diagnostic Test for Writers (1980), The Rinehart Workbook (1988, 2nd ed. 1990), The HBJ Composition Workbook (1992).
Editor, The Life: The Folk Poetry of the Black Hustler (1976).
Sandra P. Paquet, Ph.D. (Connecticut, 1977)
Professor Sandra Pouchet Paquet teaches Caribbean literature and African-American literature. She is the author of The Novels of George Lamming (1982); Caribbean Autobiography (2002), and co-editor of Music, Memory, Resistance: Calypso and the Caribbean Literary Imagination (2007). She has published widely in Caribbean literature in the leading journals in the field and is the editor of Anthurium: A Caribbean Studies Journal. Dr. Paquet's active research interests include the areas of women's studies, diaspora studies, and autobiography.
Lindsey Tucker, Ph.D. (Delaware, 1981)
Fields: Contemporary American, African American and British literature, postmodern theory, women’s and gender studies, film theory, African New World cultures.
Publications: Stephen and Bloom and Life’s Feast: Alimentary Symbolism in James Joyce’s “Ulysses” (1984; Textual Escap(e)ades: Mobility, Maternity and Textuality in Contemporary Fiction by Women (1994); editor, Critical Essays on Iris Murdoch (1994); editor, Critical Essays on Angela Carter (1998)
Recently Completed Project: The Spaces of Conjure: Fiction, Ethnography and Diaspora Time