Gianoulis, Gloria LecturerProfessor Gianoulis has been a member of the English Department since January 1991 and have taught in blocked and linked programs including the Verrazano School and First Program. In 2011, Professor Gianoulis was invited to serve on the Faculty Development Center’s Inaugural Committee. As part of the Hybrid Initiative at CSI, Professor Read more..
Gillespie-Lynch, Kristen Assistant Professor
After working directly with autistic people for a number of years, Dr. Kristen Gillespie-Lynch obtained a PhD in Developmental Psychology from UCLA. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Psychology at the College of Staten Island and the Graduate Center. She uses a multi- Read more..
Goldner, Ellen Associate ProfessorEllen Goldner writes and teaches about nineteenth- and twentieth-century American narrative and American popular culture, often with an emphasis on gender studies and “race” studies. She has taught nineteenth- and twentieth-century and women’s literature courses for the English Department at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. She also has taught in the Read more..
Goner, Ozlem Assistant ProfessorHer research interests focus on political sociology, ethnographies of the state and nationalism, comparative and historical sociology, race and ethnicity, social movements, qualitative methods, and classical, poststructural, postcolonial and feminist theory. Her dissertation explores the relationships between the historical and everyday productions of the state and the construction of oppositional Read more..
Goodland, Katharine ProfessorKatharine Goodland teaches courses in Shakespeare, medieval and early modern culture, Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama, and World Drama from the Greeks to the present. Her academic interests include the relationship between Medieval and Renaissance Drama, metaphysical poetry, constructions of race and gender in English Literature, Trauma theory, and Affect studies. In addition Read more..
Greeley, Stephen LecturerAs an instructor of English composition and literature, Stephen Greeley focuses on the liberating intent traditionally found at the heart of the liberal arts. Emphasizing class discussion and the Socratic method of instruction, he believes that the classroom environment should and can be both encouraging and challenging. He has been Read more..
Hagedorn, Christina Assistant Professor
Christina Hagedorn is an assistant professor of Linguistics in the English Department and director of the Motor Speech Laboratory at CSI. Her research focuses primarily on disordered speech production. Her work aims to shed light on the precise nature of articulatory breakdowns in disordered speech and how this can informRead more..