|EN120G||Language, Thought, and Writing: Community Literacy and Migration||A|
|EN283||Environmental Humanities: Stories of Crisis and Resilience||A|
|EN355||Staging Pirates and Captives in Early Modern Romance||A|
|EN357||Literature and Environment||A|
Dyani Johns Taff writes and teaches about early modern literature, working at the intersection of gender studies and the maritime humanities, with explorations into environmental justice and premodern critical race studies. She is currently writing a book titled Gendered Seascapes and Monarchy in Early Modern English Culture.