Ailish Hopper, Poetry and poetics, new narrative practices, nonviolence and creative action, mediative capacity, and community building 


Joseph Morton, professor emeritus
Richard Pringle, Relational psychology

Associate Professors

Seble Dawit, Human rights and humanitarian law, gender and rights, non-profit organizations, advocacy and strategy, futuring

Assistant Professors 

Jennifer Bess, Early modern prose and poetry, education and public health, Native American studies and ethnic-American literature

Yousuf Al-Bulushi, Urban Geography, Africana Studies, Critical Theory, the Right to the City, Globalization, Conflict and Development.


Nancy Magnuson, Libraries and community, information retrieval, library research methods


General Information

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