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Our faculty believe strongly in direct interaction with students, and many of our students develop lasting relationships with faculty that continue well beyond the four years spent at the college.  This close link between students and faculty is one of the distinct advantages of an education at a small, liberal arts college like Saint Anselm.

Professor Gary Bouchard

Gary Bouchard (chair)
Ph.D. 1988, Loyola University of Chicago

Though I specialize in the poetry of 16th and 17th century England, I delight in literature of all periods and take joy in helping students to discover passages that open up their imaginations to a lifelong love of literature. I am also committed to good writing and rhetorical presentation and do all I can to help students develop as writers. And every April 23rd I gather together people from far and near to read all 154 of Shakespere's sonnets into the spring New Hampshire air.

Fr. Jerome, O.S.B.

Fr. Jerome Day, O.S.B.

Fr. Jerome teaches communication-related courses.

Saint Anselm College English professor Jonathan D. Lupo

Jonathan D. Lupo, Ph.D.
Ph.D., University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Communication

Dr. Lupo teaches in the Communication major. He specializes in film and television studies, as well as questions of media aesthetics and taste cultures.

Saint Anselm College English professor Chani Marchiselli

Chani Marchiselli, Ph.D.
Ph.D., University of Minnesota

Dr. Marchiselli teaches courses in media studies, rhetoric and human communication. Her research interests include media history and theory, gender, and cultural studies. Her current research focuses on early twentieth century music and sound culture.

Prof. Carmen McClish

Carmen McClish, Ph.D.
Ph.D., University of Massachusetts at Amherst, Communication

Dr. McClish specializes in the intersection of communication and culture. Her published work focuses on play and politics in public spaces and Caribbean culture.

Professor Sherry Shepler

Sherry Shepler
Ph.D. 2002, Wayne State University, Communication

Dr. Shepler received her Ph.D. in Communication from Wayne State University in Detroit where she specialized in rhetorical theory and criticism and developed a particular interest in studying the intersection of community conflict, ethnicity and communication. Her current research includes both historical and contemporary projects related to this topic.

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