Interdisciplinary Programs | Journal Editorships

Interdisciplinary Programs

The Department of English supports a wide variety of interdisciplinary programs in the humanities; the performing and visual arts; and the social, biological, natural, and mathematical sciences. Below is a list of interdisciplinary programs currently led by members of the Ohio State English faculty. For more information about these programs and their faculty leaders, click on the following links.  

Asian American Studies

Center for Folklore Studies

Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Disability Studies

Diversity and Identity Studies Collective (DISCO) 

Film Studies

Graduate Interdisciplinary Fine Arts Specialization

L.A.S.E.R. (Latino and Latin American Space for Enrichment and Research)

Literacy Studies@OSU

Popular Culture Studies

Project Narrative

Sexuality Studies

Center for the Study and Teaching of Writing


Journal Editorships

Many Ohio State English faculty serve as editors for the premier national and international journals in their fields of study. These editorships underscore not only our faculty members' service to and involvement in their national and international scholarly communities but also our larger departmental commitment to supporting cutting-edge research across the humanities. For more information about our faculty and the journals they edit, click on the following links. 

Cynthia Callahan
Book Review Editor, Adoption & Culture

Kathy Fagan Grandinetti
Advisory Editor, The Journal
Poetry EditorThe OSU Press

Christopher Highley
Editor, Literature and History

Pranav Jani
Guest Editor, South Asian Review

Brian McHale
Co-Editor, Poetics Today

Morris Beja
Editor, James Joyce Newestlatter

Sarah Neville
Editor, Digital Renaissance Editions

Jim Phelan
Editor, Narrative

Clare Simmons
Editor, Prose Studies

Lauren Squires
Review Editor, Journal of English Linguistics

Pablo Tanguay
Associate Editor, The Journal Prize Series

Christa Teston
Book Review Editor, The Journal of Business and Technical Communication

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