Mary Marchand, American Literature, American Studies


Jean Baker, American history, 19th-century political history, and women's history
Chrystelle Trump Bond, Dance history, theory, philosophy, criticism, choreography, anatomy and kinesiology for dance, and Chorégraphie Antique
Marianne Githens, Comparative politics, women and politics
Kelly Brown Douglas, Religion
Julie Roy Jeffrey, History of 19th-century American women, architecture and family history, and 20th-century foreign policy
Gail Husch, 19th-century European and American painting and sculpture, American apocalyptic imagery
Michelle Tokarczyk, Expository writing, poetry, creative nonfiction
Eli Velder, History and philosophy of education

Associate Professors

Penelope Cordish, Modern and contemporary English and American literature, women's studies
Irline François, French and women's studies
Rebecca Free, Theatre history, criticism, literature, acting, voice and movement
Lydia P. Harris, Applied microeconomics
Shirley Peroutka, Popular culture, film and television studies, consumer culture and the environment, screenwriting, gender studies, international communication
Angelo Robinson, African American literature, American Literature, American studies, gender and sexuality
Janet H. Shope, Sociology of medicine, women and development, inequality, family and gender roles

Assistant Professors

Seble Dawit, Human rights and humanitarian law, gender and rights, non-profit organizations, futuring
Matthew Hale, Early America, Atlantic world, print culture
Amalia Fried Honick, [Need speciality]

Jeffrey Chappell, Jazz studies, composition, and classical piano