Center for Humanities Faculty

Director

Antje Rauwerda, Associate Professor, English

Assistant Director

Evan Dawley, Associate Professor, History

Major & Minor Program Contacts

Visual and Material Culture: April Oettinger
English: Antje Rauwerda
History: Evan Dawley
Philosophy: Steven DeCaroli
American Studies Major: Mary Marchand
Arts Administration (Concentration): TBD

Full-Time & Half-Time Faculty

James Dator, Assistant Professor of History: Early-Modern Caribbean, Comparative Slavery & Slave Resistance, African Diaspora

Evan Dawley, Associate Professor of History: East Asia, China, Japan, Taiwan, identity, colonialism, nationalism, ethnicity, diaspora, historiography

Steven DeCaroli, Associate Professor of Philosophy: Contemporary Philosophy, Modern Philosophy, Political Philosophy, Chinese Philosophy, Aesthetics

Matthew Rainbow Hale, Associate Professor of History: Early American History, Atlantic Revolutions, Print Culture

Leslie Lewis, Professor of English

Mary Marchand, Professor of English: American Literature, American Studies

April Oettinger, Associate Professor of Visual and Material Culture: 15th- and 16th-century Venetian Art, Italian Renaissance Art and Literature, History of the Book

Marjorie Pryse, Professor of English in the Center for Humanities: Special topics courses in American literature and American Studies.

Antje Rauwerda, Associate Professor of English: Third Culture Literature (The Literature of Writers Raised Abroad); Postcolonial Literature, Contemporary International Writing in English, British Literature

Angelo Robinson, Associate Professor of English Emeritus: American and African American Literature

Martin Shuster, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, 18-20th century European philosophy, philosophy of religion, ethics, aesthetics, social and political philosophy and theory, ordinary language philosophy, and critical theory

Tina Hirsch Sheller, Assistant Professor of Historic Preservation, Public History, and Material Culture

Juliette Wells, Associate Professor of English: Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century British literature; the novel; women's writing; Jane Austen

Professor Emeritus or Emerita or Emeriti

Jean Baker, Bennett-Hartwood Professor of History: U.S. History, 19th Century; Women’s History

Julie Roy Jeffrey, Professor of History: 19th-Century American Reform, especially Abolitionism, Religion, Gender

Jeffrey Myers, Associate Professor of English: Shakespeare and the Visual Arts in the Renaissance

Arnold Sanders, Associate Professor of English: Medieval literature, expository writing, literary theory, archives

Part-Time Faculty

Matthew Franco, Jessica Keene, Asad Naqvi 

Affiliate Faculty

Uta Larkey