Dean, Division of Arts and Humanities · UC San Diego
Cristina Della Colletta focuses on arts and humanities in higher education, historical fiction, Italian studies and cultural studies.
Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Women's Studies Film Adaptation Historical Fiction Italian Cinema
Associate Professor, Department of History · UC San Diego
Institute of Arts and Humanities director, Luis Alvarez focuses on race, ethnicity and Latinx and African-American social movements.
Humanities in Higher Education Oral Histories Popular Culture Chicano/Chicana Studies Race Relations
Associate Professor, Department of Communication, and the Curriculum in Global Studies, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC at Chapel Hill
Analyzes use of black diaspora performance to build community, argue for rights of citizenship & map differential blackness in the Americas.
Digital Humanities Black Diaspora Performance Carnival traditions in Panama Black Speculative Fiction Critical Ethnography
Professor · University of Mary Washington
Dr. Poska is an internationally known expert on the history of women in early modern Europe and colonial Latin America.
Smallpox Vaccination Spanish History Latin American History Women's History
Professor, Film & Media Studies · UC Irvine
Expertise in: Secret communications & cryptologic history; cultural memory and media history; history of computing & simulations
Media History Cultural Memory Aesthetic Communication Cryptologic History Secret Communications
Lecturer, History (Research) · Aston University
Joseph Yannielli’s main fields of interest are slavery and abolition, with a special focus on America during the nineteenth century.
Social Movements Slavery in the United States Slavery Abolition Slavery in West Africa
Associate Professor of History and African American Studies · UC Irvine
Her research focuses on comparative slavery and emancipation, African American history, gender and the law.
Anti-Black violence African American History Humanities U.S. History Juneteenth
Associate Professor · University of Florida
Barbara Mennel’s research interests include transnational cinematic practices and the intersection of urban studies and film studies.
Humanities Film Studies German Studies
Associate Professor of Political Science and International Relations and Univeristy Honors Program Academic Advisor · Loyola Marymount University
Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
Critical Race Theory Politcal Theory (Modern and Contemporary) Critical Theory Punishment Theory Critical Prison Studies
Associate Dean of Graduate Education in the College of Arts & Letters · Michigan State University
An expert in digital learning and writing environments, including the classroom, workplace, and social networking.
Writing Environments Composition Rhetoric Digital Learning
Assistant Professor of Political Science · University of Massachusetts Amherst
Paul Musgrave studies U.S. foreign policy, international relations theory, and how oil revenues change political institutions.
Elections International Relations U.S. Foregin Policy North Korea Partisanship
Associate Professor, Director, University Scholars Program · Milwaukee School of Engineering
Dr. Michael Carriere is an urban historian, with expertise in American history, urban studies and sustainability.
Sustainability American History General Social Science Honors Program History
Assistant Professor of Art History · University of Rochester
Peter Christensen's specialization is modern architectural and environmental history of Germany, Central Europe and the Middle East.
Architectural design theory and history Critical Digital Humanities Historicism 19th Century Architectural History 20th Century Architectural History
Chief of Staff · University of Mary Washington
Dr. McClurken's expertise blends history and technology.
American History History in Film Civil War Digital History Digital Pedagogy
Dr. Ronald E. Moore Professor in Humanities · Texas Christian University
Race, Racism and Discrimination in Pop Culture and/or Mainstream Media (e.g., movies, music and sports).
Sports Movies Discrimination Representations of Race Mainstream Media
Associate Professor, Department of Communication, and Co-Director of the University Program in Cultural Studies, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC at Chapel Hill
Lundberg's research focuses on public discourse, rhetorical theory, and on debate and public speaking as critical democratic forms.
Public Speaking Rhetoric Political debate Political Communication
Associate Professor Emerita · Michigan State University
Her current research includes postwar and post-reunification redevelopment, public art, and civic space in Berlin.
Berlin Redevelopment Women and Art U.S. and European Art and Architecture Modern and Contemporary Art and Architectural History Public Art
Associate Professor of African Art and Visual Culture · Michigan State University
Candace M. Keller is an expert in African art and West African photography
West African Photography African Arts
Associate Professor · Michigan State University
Expert in U.S.-Middle East relations and politics of the Arab world
Democratization Saudi Arabia Public Opinion Middle East Politics Foreign Policy
Associate Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures - Spanish · Loyola Marymount University
Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts
Medieval Spanish Literature Spanish cinema