Dr. Jon Adams – English. Areas of expertise: American Literature; War Literature; Gender and Sexuality studies.
Dr. Jeffrey Angles – Foreign Languages.
Dr. Melisa Beeson – Public Affairs and Administration. Research interests: Evaluation and assessment of nonprofit organizations, giving circles and women’s philanthropy.
Dr. Peter Blickle – Foreign Languages.
Dr. Linda Borish – History. Areas of expertise: 19th-Century American Social and Cultural History; American Sport History; Women’s History; American Studies; Material Culture.
Dr. Susan Caringella – Sociology. Areas of expertise: Criminology, social problems, women and violence, methodology.
Dr. Sue Ellen Christian – Communication. Areas of expertise: newspaper reporting and writing, with an emphasis in health and minority issues.
Dr. Janet Coryell – History. Areas of expertise: Antebellum and Civil War; Women's History; Biography.
Dr. Suhashni Datta-Sandhu - Political Science. Faculty Supervisor, African Studies at Cape Town Study Abroad Program. Areas of expertise: African political systems, gender and development, gender and international environmental politics, and democratization.
Dr. Margaret Dupuis – English. Areas of expertise: Early Modern Poetry and Drama. E-mail address:
Dr. Elena Gapova – Sociology. Areas of expertise: Nation, gender and class in post communist societies.
Dr. Marion (Buddy) Gray – History. Areas of expertise: Modern Germany; Gender History; Agricultural and Environmental History.
Dr. Chien-Juh Gu – Sociology.
Dr. Carolyn Harris – Spanish. Areas of expertise: twentieth-century and current Spanish theater with an emphasis on women writers.
Dr. Emily Hauptmann – Political Science. Areas of expertise: contemporary democratic theory (including deliberative democratic theory and rational choice theory) and in the history of political science as a discipline.
Dr. Barbara Havira – History. Areas of expertise: 19th and 20th Century United States with an Emphasis on Economic and Labor History, Local History, and History of Women, and History of Education.
Dr. Jill Hermann-Wilmarth – Special Education and Literacy Studies.
Dr. Sarah Hill – Anthropology. Research interests: Garbage, recycling, environmental politics, biofuels.
Dr. Mark Hurwitz – Political Science. Research interests: judicial politics, judicial behavior, law and courts, and congressional politics.
Dr. Ashlyn Kuersten – Political Science. Areas of expertise: American judicial behavior, particularly on the US Courts of Appeals.
Dr. Priscilla Lambert – Political Science. Areas of expertise: Japanese employment and family policy, comparative social policy, and the policy-making process.
Dr. Irma Lopez – Spanish. Areas of expertise: contemporary Spanish American narrative, particularly women writers and Mexican literature.
Dr. Vincent Lyon-Callo – Anthropology. Research interests: Inequality and resistance, political economy, homelessness, poststructuralism.
Dr. Jennifer Machiorlatti – Communication. Research interests: Media Production.
Dr. Ann Miles – Sociology. Research interests: Medical anthropology, gender and family, transnational migration.
Dr. Lisa Minnick – English. Areas of expertise: Language variation and change; History of the English Language.
Dr. Mustafa Mirzeler – English. Research interests: African Oral Tradition.
Dr. Angie Moe – Sociology. Areas of expertise: Criminology, women and violence, gender and justice, feminist epistemology, gender; gender performance and construction.
Dr. Chris Nagle – English. Research interests: Literary and Critical Theory, Romanticism, 18th-Century British and Irish Literature, Women Writers.
Dr. Dasha Nisula – Foreign Languages.
Dr. Onaiwu Ogbomo – Africana Studies.
Dr. Mark Orbe – Communication. Research Interests: Co-cultural communication, intergroup relations, African American communication, mass media representations of underrepresented group members, negotiation/intersection of multiple cultural identities.
Dr. Staci Perryman-Clark – English.
Dr. Gwen Raaberg – English. Professor Emerita.
Dr. Sybil Rhodes – Political Science. Areas of expertise: the influence of civil society and social movements on public policy, including economic regulation as well as foreign policy and citizenship policy.
Dr. Cynthia Running-Johnson – Foreign Languages.
Dr. Rika Saito – Foreign Language. Research interests: Japanese.
Dr. Eve Salisbury – English. Areas of expertise: Old and Middle English Literature including Chaucer, Medieval Women Writers, Medieval Literary Theory.
Dr. Zoann Snyder – Sociology. Areas of expertise: Criminology; gender and justice; race, ethnicity, and justice; and sociology of law.
Dr. Laura Spielvogel – Anthropology. Research interests: Gender and the body, sport and leisure, identity.
Dr. Jocelyn Steinke – Communication. Research interests: Science communication, images of women scientists in the mass media.
Dr. Bilinda Straight – Anthropology. Research interests: Human condition, experience. death. landscape, memory, indigenous histories, sexuality, violence, gender, adornment, material culture.
Dr. Jacinda Swanson – Political Science. Areas of expertise: contemporary, feminist, and democratic theory, and on issues of political economy within both political theory and American politics.
Dr. Gwen Tarbox – English. Areas of expertise: American Literature, Children's and Adolescent Literature, Feminist Theory.
Dr. Susan Weinger – Social Work. Areas of expertise: Interpersonal practice with women, individual treatment, poverty.
Dr. Kathleen Wong – Communication.
Dr. LouAnn Wurst – Anthropology. Area of expertise: Archaeology. Research interests: Class, ideology and gender in the 19th century.
Dr. Allen Zagarell – Anthropology. Research interests: Social inequality, ethnohistory, political economy, computer-based applications in archaeology.