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About Clare Callahan

Clare Callahan, Ph.D. is an assistant lecturer Of English in the Department of Languages & Literature in the College of Arts and Sciences at Sacred Heart University. She has taught at a wide range of institutions with an interdisciplinary teaching background in African American Studies and multi-ethnic literature, and currently focuses on literature that addresses poverty and health. Clare has been awarded several fellowships including Preparing Future Faculty as well as several grants and is currently a member of the Health Humanities Minor Grant committee. She also brings with her experience in program development.

Positions

July 2019 - Present Assistant Lecturer English, Sacred Heart University Department of Languages & Literature
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Faculty Member, Duke University
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Faculty Member, University of Texas at Austin
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Faculty Member, Brooklyn College
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Curriculum Vitae



Research Interests


Grants

2019 National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute Grant
Newberry Library
2018 Digital Projects for the Public Discovery
National Endowment for the Humanities
2018 Health and Humanities Pop-Up
Office of the Vice President of Research, University of Texas at Austin
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Professional Service and Affiliations

Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations, https://adho.org/
Modernist Studies Association, https://msa.press.jhu.edu/
Modern Language Association, https://www.mla.org/
National Humanities Alliance, https://www.nhalliance.org/
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Honors and Awards

  • Feibusch Family Summer Fellowship

Courses

  • American Migrations (FYS125)
  • Health, Poverty, and Literature (E201)
  • American Literature (E245)

Education

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2016 Ph.D, English, Duke University
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2008 M.A. English, CUNY Brooklyn College
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2005 B.A. English and Anthropology, University of Texas
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Contact Information

College of Arts and Sciences
Academic Bldg HC 210
Language and Literatures
203-371-7810

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