Emeriti Faculty

Emeritus status is an honorary title awarded for distinguished service to the academic community. The President may bestow the title on a tenured faculty member or on an administrator who is entering permanent retirement and who has served the University with distinction. Bestowal of emeritus status is a distinctive honor and emeriti faculty are regarded as an important and integral part of the university community.

An asterisk denotes deceased.

Department of English emeriti

Linnea Alexander (1983) 
Robert Billings* (1957-1989) 
Roger Chittick* (1956-1988) 
Peter Everwine (1962-1991) 
Lillian Faderman (1967-2007) 
James Frey* (1969-1994)
Charles Hanzlicek (1966-2001) 
Andrew Hart (1965-2003) 
Harold Karr* (1966-1985) 
Carolton H. Larrabee* (1947-1969) 
Philip Levine* (1958-1992)
Barry Logan (1961-1992) 
Cheng Lok Chua (1986-2010) 
John McDermott (1969-1996) 
Ray McKnight (1965-1997) 
Robert O’Neil (1957-1992) 
Martin Paul (1967-2006) 
Jean Pickering (1970-2004) 
Stanley Poss (1956-1995) 
Judith Rosenthal (1971-2007) 
Andrew Simmons* (1970-2002)
Walter Stuart (1967-1988) 
Michael G. Tate (1970-2010)
James E. Walton (1990-2013) 
Steve Yarbrough (1988-2009) 
Eugene Zumwalt (1959-1999)

You can also see the full list of emeriti faculty for the College of Arts and Humanities.