Martin Medhurst, Ph.D.

Distinguished Professor of Rhetoric and Communication · Baylor University

Dr. Medhurst is a Distinguished Professor of Rhetoric & Communication and a Professor of Political Science at Baylor University.

Rhetorical Theory and Criticism Presidential Rhetoric Civil-Religious Discourse African-American Communication

Dana Elizabeth Weiner

Associate Professor, History Department · Wilfrid Laurier University

US Historian, expert on African American history, activism, debates over rights, citizenship in the US to 1880.

United States History US History Early US History 19th Century US History US Race

Joseph Glatthaar, Ph.D.

Stephenson Distinguished Professor of History & Adjunct Professor of the Curriculum in Peace, War and Defense, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Professor Glatthaar specializes in the American Civil War and American military history.

American History American Military History The American Civil War

Marne L. Campbell

Associate Professor of African American Studies · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

African American History The American West 19th and 20th Century US History Gender and Women's HIstory Urban History

Micki McElya, Ph.D.

Professor of History · University of Connecticut

Professor McElya is an expert in the histories of women, gender, sexuality, and race in the U.S., with a focus on politics and memory.

U.S. Cultural and Political History Women & Gender Sexuality & LGBTQ History Feminist Theory Queer Theory

Barry Trachtenberg

Rubin Presidential Chair of Jewish History and Director of Jewish Studies Program · Wake Forest University

Trachtenberg can comment on the Holocaust and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, as well as a range of issues facing Jews around the world.

Yiddish culture and language Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Nazism Race, immigration policy and Judaism American Jewish history

Renee Alexander Craft, Ph.D.

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

Mark Miller

Professor of History · Southern Utah University

Specializing in Native American identity and citizenship, wars of independence, and the economic history of the American midwest

History of the LDS Church Spanish and Portuguese Imperialism Wars of Independence Mormon History Native American Identity and Citizenshp

Richard A. Boswell

Professor of Law · UC Hastings College of the Law

Contacts: boswellr@uchastings.edu / 415-565-4633 / Office 350-200

Statutory Interpretation Immigration Law Immigrants' Rights Clinic Refugee Law & Policy

Theodore M. Shaw, J.D.

Julius L. Chambers Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Civil Rights, School of Law · UNC at Chapel Hill

Julius L. Chambers Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Civil Rights

Political Law Educational Litigation Transitional Justice Constitutional Government Federal Law

Tim Davis, J.D.

Professor of Law · Wake Forest University

Davis is a renowned expert in sports law whose scholarship focuses on racism in athletics, the NCAA, and professional sports agents.

Anti-Doping Athletes Contracts Intercollegiate Athletics Professional Athletics

Mark Rabil, J.D.

Director of Innocence and Justice Clinic · Wake Forest University

Rabil is an experienced advocate for the wrongfully convicted whose work led to the release and exoneration of Darryl Hunt.

Trial Advocacy Criminal Procedure Litigation Criminal Law Wrongful Convictions

Kathleen Kim

Professor of Law · Loyola Law School, Loyola Marymount University

LMU Loyola Law School

Immigration Law Human Trafficking

Julia Lee

Assistant Professor of English · Loyola Marymount University

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Jason James

Associate Professor of Sociology and Anthropology · University of Mary Washington

Jason James' research comes out of a fascination and dismay at the power of collective identities with nations, ethnic groups, and "races."

Anthropology Sociology German Studies Nationalism Tourism

Alexis Dudden, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of History · University of Connecticut

Professor of History specializing in modern Japan and Korea, and international history.

History/Memory Modern Korea Modern Japan Territorial Disputes Japan-Korea Relations

Angela Jones

Assistant Professor of Sociology · Farmingdale State College

Dr. Jones is an author, and teaches and conducts research in subjects such as African-American history, gender, and the gay community.

African American History Black Protest Gender Sexuality African American Studies

Kyle William Bishop

Professor of English · Southern Utah University

Specializing in British Gothic literature, film and television studies, cinematic adaptation, and pop culture

Video Games Visual Literacy Saxophone American Studies Music

Kathleen DuVal, Ph.D.

Professor, Department of History, College of Arts and Sciences · UNC-Chapel Hill

Kathleen DuVal’s research focuses on early America, particularly cross-cultural relations on North American borderlands.

American History Cross Cultural Relations in American History Native North America American Women's History Colonial America

Emile Lester

Associate Professor of Political Science and International Affairs · University of Mary Washington

Dr. Lester is an expert in church and state issues, especially controversies surrounding teaching religion in schools.

American Constitutional Law Church and State Issues Teaching Religion in Schools Minority Religious Groups Political Philosophy

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