CES Affiliated Faculty

European Studies Faculty by Department/School

Agricultural & Applied Economics | Anthropology | Art History | Business | Classical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies | Communication Arts | Comparative Literature | Consumer ScienceCurriculum & Instruction | Economics | Educational Policy Studies | Engineering | English | Environment, Textiles & Design | European Studies | Finance | French | French House | Forest and Wildlife EcologyGeography | German and Dutch | History | History of ScienceItalian | Jewish Studies | Life Sciences Communication | La Follette School of Public Affairs | Law | Management and Human Resources | Marketing | Medical History and Bioethics | Memorial Library | Music | Philosophy | Political Science | Population Health Sciences | Professional French Masters Program | Scandinavian Studies | Social and Administrative Pharmacy | Sociology | Spanish and Portuguese | Urban and Regional Planning | Women's Studies |

Agricultural & Life Sciences

Prof. Emeritus Dan Bromley | Email
Economics of natural resources and the environment, institutional foundations of the economy, property rights

Prof. Thomas Cox | Email
Interregional analysis of domestic and international dairy policy; world dairy trade issues; marketing and production economics; nonparametric and econometric methods; analysis of demand, efficiency, and technical change

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Prof. Emeritus and Weinstein Professor of European Archaelogy T. Douglas Price | Email
Archaeology, European prehistory, archaeological chemistry, hunter-gatherers, origins of agriculture

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Art History

Prof. Barbara Buenger | Email
Twentieth-century European art, modern German art, feminism and art history

Prof. Nicholas Cahill | Email
Ancient Art, Greek and Roman

Prof. Jill Casid | Email
Visual Culture, early modern to contemporary, Europe and the Americas; Colonial Cultural Studies and Postcolonial Theory;Media and Technology Studies; Gender Studies and Queer Theory

Prof. Thomas Dale | Email
Early Christian, Medieval and Byzantine art; Romanesque art (representations of the body); San Marco in Venice; the cult of the saints

Senior Lecturer Dan Fuller | Email
History of Photography

Prof. Gail Geiger | Email
Italian Renaissance and Baroque art

Prof. Emerita Jane C. Hutchison | Email
Dutch, Flemish and German painting and graphic arts, 1350-1700; history of graphic arts, with emphasis on Durer, Rembrandt

Prof. Nancy Rose Marshall | Email
Nineteenth-century French Art, Victorian Britain

Prof. Emeritus Narciso Menocal | Email
Eighteenth, Nineteeth, and Twentieth century European Architecture

Assistant Prof. Jennifer Pruitt | Email
Medieval Mediterranean religion

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Prof. Stephen Malpezzi | Email
Economic development, Economics of regulation, Housing and urban economics, Real estate, Urban economics

Prof. Urban Wemmerlov| | Email
Cellular manufacturing, Change, initiating and implementing, Cross-functional management, Implementation, Just-in-time systems, Manufacturing information systems, Manufacturing management

Prof. John Wild| | Email
Corporate governance, Earnings quality, Financial accounting, Financial reporting, International accounting, International business, Managerial accounting and control

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Classical and Near Eastern Studies

Prof. William Aylward | Email
Greek and Roman Archaeology; Roman Provincial Studies, History of Architecture

Associate Prof. Jeffrey Beneker | Email
Ancient Biography & Historiography ; Republican and Augustan Literature and Civilization

Prof. Laura McClure | Email
Greek Literature, Ancient Gender Studies, Classical Tradition

Prof. James McKeown | Email
Latin Literature, especially Ovid

Assistant Prof. Nandini B. Pandey Email
Ancient Roman Literature and Empire

Prof. Patricia Rosenmeyer | Email
Archaic Greek poetry, Hellenistic Greek poetry, comparative literature, hebrew reception/translation of the Classics

Prof. John Scarborough | Email
Greek and Roman medicine and pharmacy

Prof. Michael Vanden Heuvel | Email
Modern and postmodern dramatic literature, literary theory, performance studies

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Communication Arts

Associate Prof. Kelley Conway | Email
French film of all eras, gender studies, music and film, and the intersections between film and other forms of popular culture

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Comparative Literature

Prof. Hans Adler | Email
German literature from the Eighteenth to Twentieth century; aesthetics; functions of literary and artistic discourses; history of rationality and reason; interrelationship between philosophy and literature

Prof. Mary Layoun | Email
Nationalism and gender, narrative, politics and culture, feminisms, international trade regimes and intellectual property

Associate Prof. Christopher Livanos | Email
Byzantine literature, allegory, medieval European poetry, Renaissance humanism, epic, individualism and community, literature and religion, heroes and monsters

Prof. Tomislav Longinovic | Email
South Slavic literatures and cultures; Serbo-Croatian language; literary theory; Central and East European literary history; comparative Slavic studies; translation studies; cultural studies

Associate Prof. Max Statkiewicz | Email
Classics, history of ancient philosophy, theory of literature, Continental philosophy

Associate Prof. Florence Vatan Email
Nineteenth century poetry and fiction, literature and science (psychology; medicine), literature and philosphy, Twentieth century Austrian literature, European intellectual and cultural history

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Consumer Science

Prof. Lydia Zepeda | Email
Sustainable consumption and production, farm family labor, food labeling, and qualitative and quantitative methods

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Curriculum & Instruction

Prof. Bernadette Baker | Email
Curriculum Theory and Research; Elementary Education; International Studies in Currciulum, Pedagogy & Teacher Education; Multicultural Education.

Prof. Emerita Marianne Bloch | Email
International Education (Africa, Russia, Eastern Europe, Sweden); Culture, Curriculum and Learning; Gender and Education; Early and Elementary Education; Family- School-Community Relationships

Prof. Thomas Popkewitz | Email
Political Sociology of Curriculum, Educational Reform & Change, Teacher Education, Educational Research and Comparative Education

Assistant Prof. Gail Prasad                                                         Second Language Education, Comparative, International & Development Education

Prof. Simone Schweber | Email
Jewish Studies, Social Studies, Religious Education, Moral Education, History Education

Prof. François Tochon | Email
World language education, French Education, International Studies in Curriculum, Pedagogy & Teacher Education

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Prof. Menzie Chinn | Email
Empirical and policy aspects of macroeconomic interactions between countries; the euro as reserve currency; determinants of the trade deficit; how government debt and fiscal policy affect interest rates, and the interaction between capital controls and financial development.

Prof. Charles Engel | Email
International Economics, Macroeconomics, local-currency pricing and exchange-rate pass-through; empirical exchange rate models

Prof. James Walker | Email
Sweden's welfare state, labor supply, fertility patterns

Prof. Barbara Wolfe | Email
Health economics, public economics

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Educational Policy Studies

Prof. Adam Nelson | Email
History of education in the U.S. and Europe; European-American intellectual exchanges during the first half of the nineteenth century

Prof. William Reese | Email
History of education in Europe and America

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Prof. Vicki Bier | Email
Security in the supply chain for foods and agricultural products, critical infastructure protection, security, technological hazards, risk analysis, decision analysis, operations research

Prof. Patrick Eagan | Email
Industrial environmental engineering, industrial ecology, remediation, design for environment, stormwater, environmental engineering, water quality engineering and regulation, restoration of water resources, environmental management systems

Prof. Paul Wilson | Email
Energy policy, economic, political and environmental aspects of nucleur energy

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Prof. Emily Auerbach | Email
British and American women writers; Nineteenth-century English novel; Jane Austen; Emily Dickinson; Music and Literature

Prof. Richard Begam | Email
Twentieth-century British, Irish and Anglophone literature; modernism and modernity; literary theory and aesthetics, philosophy and literature; Beckett and Joyce

Prof. Michael Bernard-Donals | Email
Rhetorical Theory; Critical Theory, History and Memory

Prof. Susan Bernstein | Email
Nineteenth and early Twentieth-century British literature, cultural studies, feminist theory and women's studies, contemporary autobiography

Prof. Karen Britland | Email
Early modern drama, women’s writing, Shakespeare, literature and politics in early modern England and France

Associate Prof. Lisa Cooper | Email
Medieval literature, especially twelfth-to-fifteenth-century English and French romance; medieval material culture (especially the intertwined history of labor, technology, and commerce)

Assistant Prof. Stephanie Elsky | Email
Renaissance poetry and prose, law and literature, Shakespeare, poetics, recptions of classical antiquity, history of material text, early modern women writers, colonialism

Prof. and Director of the Institute for Research in Humanities Susan Stanford Friedman | Email
Twentieth-Century British, American, post-colonial literature, modernism, women's writing, feminist theory and criticism, global/transnational/border studies, film, anthropology, and geography

Prof. and Director of the Center for the Humanities Sara Guyer | Email
British and Continental Romanticism, Post-Holocaust Literatures, and Critical Theory.

Prof. Theresa Kelley | Email
Literary genre, Romanticism, Romantic women writers, literary theory

Prof. Caroline Levine | Email
Nineteenth-century literature and culture, critical and cultural theory, aesthetics

Prof. David Loewenstein | Email
Literature, religion, and politics in early modern England, Milton and his contemporaries, historicisms new and old; early modern women writers

Prof. Anne McClintock | Email
Victorian British literature and culture, gender studies and theories of sexuality, colonial and postcolonial literature and culture, Irish literature and culture

Associate Prof. Mario Ortiz-Robles | Email
Nineteenth century compative literature, literary theory, the novel

Associate Prof. and Director of Celtic Studies Program Mary Trotter | Email
History of Irish theatre; feminism and theatre history; the relationship between identity and performance

Prof. Anja Wanner | Email
Theory of grammar, English syntax and morphology, lexical semantics, text analysis, genres of academic discourse, and language change

Prof. Michael Witmore| Email
Shakespeare, renaissance drama, early modern intellectual history, rhetoric, theories of narrative and interpretation, the history of materialism

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Environment, Textiles & Design

Prof. Wei Dong | Email
Design visualization which refers to the use of both manual and digital media to visualize buildings and their associated interior and exterior spaces; integration of digital media into the environmental design process

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European Studies

ESA Executive Director Elizabeth Covington | Email

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Prof. Antonio Mello | Email
Asset pricing, Corporate finance, International finance, Privatization, Valuation theory

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Associate Prof. Thomas Armbrecht | Email
Twentieth century prose fiction, theater as literature and in performance, Queer Studies

Assistant Prof. Joshua Armstrong | Email
Twentieth and Twenty-first century French and Francophone literature and culture. Experimental, performance-bound literature. Urban poetics and the everyday. Perception, space, and materiality in philosophy and literature. Geocritical and cartographic theory.

Prof. Gilles Bousquet | Email
Nineteenth century French literature and Nineteenth and Twentieth century French society and culture, in particular social and intellectual life since the sixties, French for business

Prof. Keith Busby | Email
Old French language and literature, manuscript studies

Prof. Martine Debaisieux | Email
Late Sixteenth and Seventeenth century French literature and intellectual history (with particular emphasis on the Baroque period and women writers)

Assistant Professor Vlad Dima | Email
French New Wave cinema, Francophone cinemas, Hitchcock, Tarantino/American auteur cinema, Quebec novel, theater of the absurd

Assistant Professor Jennifer Gipson | Email
Nineteenth-century French literature; folklore and orality in literature; the development of the shory story; literature and culture of French Louisiana

Prof. Richard Goodkin | Email
Comparative literature, Proust

Faculty Associate and Lecturer Nelly Halzen | Email
Phonetics; The use of technology in teaching French as a second language; Nineteenth and Twentieth century French Society and Culture

Senior Lecturer and Director of French House Andrew Irving | Email
Second language acquisition; international education and student exchange programs; Nineteenth century French literature.

Prof. Ullrich Langer | Email
Early modern French and Italian literature and intellectual history

Distinguished Lecturer Laurey Martin-Berg | Email
Nineteenth century novel, literature and the visual arts, second language acquisition and foreign language teaching methodology

Senior Lecturer Eva Miernowska | Email
Twentieth century French Literature, second language acquisition

Prof. Jan Miernowski | Email
French literature of the Sixteenth century; poetics and philosophy in the Renaissance

Associate Prof. Nevine El-Nossery | Email
North African and French Candadian literatures, metafictional historiography, migrant writing and exile, women's autobiography, Middle Eastern literature and culture.

Halverson-Bascom Prof. Aliko Songolo | Email
French and African languages and literature; Francophone literatures; cinema of Africa, the Caribbean, and North America; cultural studies; Francophone and African cinema

Prof. François Tochon | Email
French language education, language teaching and methods, applied semiotics, video-based research

Associate Prof. Florence Vatan | Email
Nineteenth century poetry and fiction, literature and science (psychology; medicine), literature and philosphy, Twentieth century Austrian literature, European intellectual and cultural history

Prof. Anne Vila | Email
Eighteenth century French novel and theater; the body in literature and medicine; Enlightenment philosophy (sensualism, materialism, libertinism, anthropology); the Encyclopédie; the figure of the homme/femme de lettres from Fontenelle to Balzac

Assistant Prof. Marion Vuagnoux-Uhlig | Email
Barlaam and Josaphat's legend, compilations of embedded tales in the Middle Ages, representation of Orient in French Medieval texts, idyllic romances, transmission and circulation of knowledge in the Middle Ages, manuscript compilations.


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Forest and Wildlife Ecology

Prof. Mark Rickenbach | Email
Forest and natural resources.

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Prof. Robert Kaiser | Email
Political Geography, Ethnic Geography, Population Geography, Eurasian (Soviet, post-Soviet and East European) Studies.

Prof.  Kris Olds | Email
Geographical organization of power in relation to contemporary socio-economic and spatial transformations

Prof. Robert Ostergren | Email
Historical geography, Europe, North America, American immigration and ethnicity, conservation

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German and Dutch

Prof. Hans Adler | Email
German literature from the Eighteenth to Twentieth century; aesthetics; functions of literary and artistic discourses; history of rationality and reason; interrelationship between philosophy and literature

Associate Prof. Salvatore Calomino | Email
Medieval German literature, Middle High German language, heroic and courtly epic, paleography, hagiography

Prof. Monika Chavez | Email
Foreign language production, the acquisition of German as a first, second, and foreign language

Assistant Prof. Hannah Eldridge | Email
Late Eighteenth to Twenty-first-century German-language literature, culture, and philosophy; especially lyric poetry, music, and the relationship between sound and text

Prof. Sabine Groß | Email
Literary theory, narratology, stylistics, reading research, image/text relations, contemporary German-language authors, theater and film

Assistant Prof. Philip Hollander | Email
Israeli Literature, American and European Hebrew Literature, Israeli Film, Holocaust Literature, Jewish Literature, Gender Studies, Queer Theory

Prof. Rob Howell | Email
Explanatory models of linguistic change, explanatory models of linguistic change, ranging from early Germanic phonology to sociolinguistic factors influencing the development of Early Modern Dutch and German

Prof. Charles James | Email
Language testing, primarily placement and proficiency testing, teaching and learning methodology

Assistant Prof. Sonja Klocke | Email
Late eighteenth to twenty-first century German literature and culture; GDR, “Wende” and unification; post-1945 cinema; women’s writing; globalization; transnationalism; memory theory; body concepts; gender theory

Assistant Prof. Weijia Li | Email
Transnationalism, Asian German Studies, Anna Seghers and China, German-Jewish refugees in China, Twentieth and Twenty-First Century German culture and literature.

Prof. Mark Louden | Email
Syntactic theory, psycholinguistic and sociolinguistic factors in language contact and syntactic change, synchrony and diachrony of languages strongly affected by contact, including Yiddish, Pennsylvania German, and pidgins and creoles

Distinguished Lecturer Carla Love | Email
Teaching language and literature to undergraduates

Associate Prof. B. Venkat Mani | Email
Twentieth century German literature, especially literature written by authors of non-German heritages, feminist literature, gay and lesbian literature

Associate Prof. Sabine Mödersheim | Email
Early Modern literature and culture, emblematics, rhetoric

Prof. and CGES Director Pamela Potter | Email
Music and culture in the Weimar Republic and Nazi Germany and the impact of German immigration on American music and scholarship

Prof. Joseph Salmons | Email
Theories of phonology, language change and morphology using data from historical and contemporary Germanic languages, including German dialects in America

Prof. Marc Silberman | Email
German cinema, Bertolt Brecht, Twentieth century, culture, literary historiography

Prof. Emeritus James Steakley | Email
Twentieth century German and Dutch gay history

Prof. and Department Chairperson Jolanda Vanderwal Taylor | Email
Dutch and German literature and culture, Dutch (anti-) colonial writing, Dutch- and German-Jewish literature, and exile writings

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Prof. Laird Boswell | Email                                                                    Modern French history (1800-present), Twentieth century European social and political history, rural history, European Socialism, history of voting behavior

Assistant Prof. Giuliana Chamedes | Email                                            Twentieth century European international history

Assistant Prof. Kathryn Ciancia | Email
Modern Europe and Eastern Europe, Poland, mass violence, nationalism, ethnic relationslinks between physical spaces, projected identities, hierarchies of civilization, history of the relationships between the Polish interwar state, Polish citizens abroad, members of the Polish diaspora

Prof. Charles Cohen | Email
Colonial British America, Early American Religious History, Native Peoples of the Eastern Woodlands, 1500-1800

Prof. Suzanne Desan | Email
Early modern French cultural history, particularly the French Revolution

Prof. Colleen Dunlavy | Email
History of American political economy; comparative industrialization; history of American technology; American business history, historiography, impact of politics, broadly construed, on the process of industrial change

Assistant Prof. John W. Hall | Email
Native American and Early American history, military history

Prof. Francine Hirsch | Email
Russian and Soviet history, Modern European history, comparative empires

Prof. Marc Kleijwegt | Email
Community and society in the Roman Empire, childhood and youth, slavery

Prof. Rudy Koshar | Email
Modern German social and cultural history; modern European social history; national memory and monuments in Germany and modern Europe; the history of tourism and commercial culture in modern Europe

Assistant Prof. Elizabeth Lapina | Email
Crusades, medieval historical writings, and medieval visual culture

Prof. David McDonald | Email
The History of Imperial Russia (1649-1917); social, intellectual, political and diplomatic

Professor Leonora Neville | Email
Society and culture of the eastern Roman Empire (the Byzantine Empire) in the ninth through twelfth centuries, late antique and classical antecedents of the medieval eastern Mediterranean cultures

Associate Prof. Jennifer Ratner-Rosenhagen | Email
U.S. intellectual and cultural history, history of philosophy, and the transatlantic flow of intellectual and cultural movements

Prof. William Reese | Email
History of education in Europe and America

Prof. Mary Louise Roberts | Email
Late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in Europe, particularly in France. Women and gender, particularly the problem of gender and change, "eccentric" women throughout Europe and America as well as France

Associate Prof. Karl Shoemaker | Email
Medieval Legal History, including the English common law, medieval Roman and canon law; the barbarian codes, and late-imperial Roman law; history of criminal law and punishment

Prof. Johann Sommerville | Email
English Political, Social and Intellectual History in the periods from the later Middle Ages to the Eighteenth Century

Assistant Prof. Claire Taylor | Email
Ancient Greek world, social/political/economic history of fifth- and fourth-century BCE Athens, lived experience of marginalized peoples and the evidence they left behind, poverty in fourth-century Athens, ancient graffiti, political participation, female friendship

Assistant Prof. Daniel Ussishkin | Email
British and European history since the Eighteenth century; war and society, gender and masculinity; history the human sciences; social theory and historiography

Prof. Lee Palmer Wandel | Email
Reformation, Early modern European culture and religion

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History of Science

Prof. Thomas Broman | Email
Science and medicine in the Enlightenment, the role of science in the public sphere, Eighteenth century German intellectual and cultural history

Prof. Joan Fujimura | Email
Sociology of Science and Technology, Sociology of Medicine, Qualitative Methods, Theory, Gender, Sociology of Culture, Sociology of Work and Organizations

Associate Prof. Florence Hsia | Email
Early modern European science; Jesuit science; science and European expansion (esp. into East Asia)

Prof. Richard Keller | Email
European and colonial medicine and public health, history of psychiatry and psychoanalysis, history of the human sciences, science and race

Prof. Gregg Mitman | Email
History of ecology; environment and health, Twentieth century life sciences; science in America; science and film

Prof. Lynn Nyhart | Email
History of biology, especially natural history, genetics, and evolution, and marine biology; biology and society; feminist approaches to science, technology, and gender

Prof. Eric Schatzberg | Email
History of technology, technology and culture, science and technology in the postwar era

Prof. Michael Shank | Email
Broad interests in the physical sciences and their analogues and contexts before 1700. Primary research interests focus on late medieval natural philosophy and astronomy, with special attention to the Viennese tradition and Johannes Regiomontanus

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Human Ecology

Rothermel Bascom Prof. R. Sheperd Zeldin | Email
Youth and community development, the role of youth-adult partnerships in promoting human development and social justice. 

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Prof. Stefania Buccini | Email
Early modern Italian literature with special focus on autobiography, travel accounts, theater, Baroque poetry and prose, philantropy and human rights at the age of the Enlightenment

Prof. Thomas Cravens | Email
Italian Linguistics and Romance Linguistics

Prof. Ernesto Livorni | Email
Modern and Contemporary Italian Literature; Italian Romanticism in the European context; Avant- garde literature and the visual arts; Hermeticist Poetry; Neo-Realism; literature and religion; hermeneutics

Associate Prof. Grazia Menechella | Email
Nineteenth and Twentieth century Italian literature, theories of irony and parody, women writers, cultural studies

Associate Prof. Kristin Phillips Court | Email
Italian Renaissance literature and culture

Prof. Patrick Rumble | Email
Cinema and Twentieth century literature, especially recent Italian filmmakers, the cinema of the fascist period, theories of ideology, reception, filmic adaptation

Assistant Prof. Jelena Todorovic  | Email
Medieval Italian literature, including material philogoy, codicology, and paleography; textual criticism; Provençal,classical and medieval Latin literary traditions in relation to the Italian literature of the origins; Dante; Petrarca; Boccaccio.

Jewish Studies

Max and Frieda Weinstein-Bascom Prof. Rachel Feldhay Brenner | Email
Women writers and the Holocaust

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Life Sciences Communication

Prof. Dominique Brossard | Email
Mass media and public opinion, media effects, strategic communication, science communication, health communication

John E. Ross Prof. and Director of Graduate Studies Dietram Scheufele | Email
Public opinion and public opinion polling, public attitudes toward science and technology, political communication, internet and democracy.

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La Follette School of Public Affairs

Associate Prof. Mark Copelovitch | Email
International Political Economy, Global Financial Governance, Exchange Rates and Monetary Institutions, the effects of Global Captial Flows on National Economic Policies, and Theories of International Cooperation.

Assistant Prof. Isao Kamata | Email
International trade and macroeconomics, development economics, and applied microeconomics

Prof. Donald Moynihan | Email
Public management; management of performance, budgeting, homeland security, election administration and employee behavior; selection and implementation of public management reforms

Associate Prof. Gregory Nemet | Email
Energy policy, science and technology policy, technological change, low-carbon energy, climate change, R&D Intellectual, institutional innovation, energy systems modeling.

Prof. Timothy Smeeding | Email
Mobility across generations, inequality of consumption and wealth, measurement of poverty in a national and cross-national context

Prof. Barbara Wolfe | Email
Health economics, public economics

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Prof. and Associate Dean Heinz Klug | Email
Constitutional transitions, constitution-building, human rights, international legal regimes and natural resources

Associate Prof. Stephanie Tai | Email
Interaction between environment and health sciences, administrative law.

Associate Prof. Jason Yackee | Email
International Law, International Institutions and International Politics; International Trade and Investment Law and Policy, International Business Transactions, Administrative Law and Regulation

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Management and Human Resources

Prof. Randall Dunham| | Email
Distance education, Global issues, Organizational behavior

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Prof. Jan Heide | Email
Channels of distribution, Inter-organizational relationship, Strategic decisions, Vertical market restrictions

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Medical History and Bioethics

Prof. Linda Hogle  | Email
Socio-cultural, organizational, and legal-regulatory issues in emerging biomedical engineering technologies and regenerative medicine.

Prof. Richard Keller | Email
European and colonial medicine and public health, history of psychiatry and psychoanalysis, history of the human sciences, science and race

Assistant Prof. Walter O. Schalick III | Email
History of medieval medicine and pharmacology, and the history of children with disabilities in Nineteenth to Twentieth century US and Europe

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Memorial Library

Western European History and Social Sciences Librarian Julianne Haahr | Email

Scandinavian Humanities and Classics Associate Librarian Todd Michelson-Ambelang | Email

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Prof. Leslie Blasius | Email
Music theory, historical musicology, Eighteenth century theories of the origin of music

Prof. Susan Cook | Email
Musicology, contemporary and American music of all kinds, German Opera

Prof. David Crook | Email

Prof. Charles Dill | Email
History of opera and the Classical period

Prof. Lawrence Earp | Email
Late medieval music and its reception, history of Western music

Prof. Brian Hyer | Email
Construction (and reconstruction) of historical modes of cognition for music of the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries, music of Bach, Rameau, Mozart, Schubert, and Wagner

Prof. Jeanne Swack | Email
Music of the German baroque, especially J. S. Bach and Georg Philip Telemann, as well as antisemitism in musical texts

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Prof. Harry Brighouse | Email
Political Philosophy, Ethics, Philosophy of Education, Education Policy (US and UK)

Prof. Claudia Card | Email
Ethics (Kant, character, virtues & vices, evil); social & political philosophy (justice; crime & punishment); Holocaust and genocide studies; feminist philosophy; environmental philosophy; lesbian culture

Assistant Prof. Emily Fletcher | Email
Ancient Greek and Roman philosophy, Plato's late psychology and ethics

Prof. Paula Gottlieb | Email
Ancient Greek Philosophy and Ethics

Prof. Lester Hunt | Email
Ethics, Social and Political Philosophy, Philosophy of Law

Assistant Prof. James Messina | Email
Kant's theoretical philosophy

Prof. Steven Nadler | Email
History of early modern philosophy and Jewish philosophy

Prof. Lawrence Shapiro | Email
Evolutionary psychology, the psychology of perception, embodied cognition, and artificial intelligence, multiple realizability

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Political Science

Associate Prof. Richard Avramenko | Email
Ancient and continental political thought

Associate Prof. Mark Copelovitch | Email
International Political Economy, Global Financial Governance, Exchange Rates and Monetary Institutions, the effects of Global Captial Flows on National Economic Policies, and Theories of International Cooperation.

Prof. Scott Gehlbach | Email
Formal theory and the political economy of postsocialist states

Associate Prof. Daniel Kapust | Email
History of Political Thought and Trice Faculty Scholar

Assistant Prof. Noam Lupu | Email
Political Science and Trice Faculty Scholar

Prof. Jon Pevehouse | Email
International relations theory, international security, foreign policy, international political economy, and political methodology

Associate Prof. Nils Ringe | Email
European Union politics (in particular the institutions of the European Union), political parties, legislatures, and elections

Assistant Prof. Genevieve Rousseliere | Email                                 European political thought, history of political economy, republicanism, liberalism, and democratic theory.

Prof. Scott Straus | Email
Genocide, violence, human rights, African politics.

Assistant Prof. Michelle Schwarze | Email
Political Science

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Population Health Sciences

Prof. Thomas Oliver | Email
Health policy, health services research, public health systems, social and behaviorial sciences.

Prof. Barbara Wolfe | Email
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Professional French Masters Program

Executive Director and Faculty Associate Ritt Deitz | Email

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Scandinavian Studies

Associate Prof. Julie Allen | Email
Danish and German literature, concentrating on Dano-German interserctions, Nineteenth and Twentieth century Danish literature and cultural studies

Prof. Susan Brantly | Email
Scandinavian languages and literature

Prof. Thomas DuBois | Email
Folklore and Folklife, Finnish, Estonian, and Sami Languages and Literature

Senior Lecturer Peggy Hager | Email
Second language acquisition, pedagogy, CALL (computer assisted language learning), issues in reading and writing and Twentieth century Norwegian prose

Assistant Prof. Dean Krouk |                                                                 Norwegian Studies

Prof. Emeritus James Leary | Email
Folklore of the Upper Midwest's diverse peoples, with particular emphases on musical and narrative performances, on pluralism and creolization, and on public folklore

Distinguished Lecturer Scott Mellor | Email
Scandinavian Medieval Studies

Senior Lecturer Agnete Schmidt | Email
Women's Literature and poetry, in the U.S., England, and Scandinavia

Associate Prof. Ethelene Whitmere
School of Library and Information Studies
African American studies, academic library use, research practices, women's studies, Scandinavian studies

Prof. and Department Chairperson Kirsten Wolf | Email
Old Norse Studies

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Slavic Languages and Literature

Associate Prof.  Karen Evans-Romaine | Email
Boris Pasternak, intertextuality in Russian Modernism, interrelationship of music and literature, German-Russian literary relations, European Modernism and Romanticism; foreign language pedagogy 

Prof. Tomislav Longinovic | Email
South Slavic literatures and cultures; Serbo-Croatian language; literary theory; Central and East European literary history; comparative Slavic studies; translation studies; cultural studies

Prof. Manon van de Water | Email
Interdependence of meaning and material conditions in theatre for adults and youth, Russian theatre, and Dutch theatre for youth

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Social and Administrative Pharmacy

Prof. John Scarborough |Email
Greek and Roman medicine and pharmacy

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Assistant Prof. Joseph Conti | Email
Economic change and development, Economic sociology, law and society, political sociology

Associate Prof. Felix Elwert | Email
Aging and Life Course, Demography and Ecology, Family, Gender, Methods and Statistics, Race and Ethnic Studies, Social Statification

Prof. Ivan Ermakoff | Email
Class Analysis and Historical Change, Historical (comparative) Sociology, Organizational and Occupational Analysis, Political Sociology

Prof. Joan Fujimura | Email
Sociology of Science and Technology, Sociology of Medicine, Qualitative Methods, Theory, Gender, Sociology of Culture, Sociology of Work and Organizations

Prof. Ted Gerber | Email
Demography and Ecology, Education, Methods and Statistics, Social Stratification

Prof. Chad Goldberg | Email
Historical (comparative) Sociology, Political Sociology, Social Movements and Collective Action, Sociology of Culture

Prof. Myra Marx Ferree | Email
Class Analysis and Historical Change, Family, Gender, Historical (comparative) Sociology, Political Sociology, Social Movements and Collective Action, Social Psychology

Prof. Erik Olin Wright | Email
Class Analysis and Historical Change, Economic Sociology, Gender, Political Sociology, Theory

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Spanish and Portuguese

Senior Lecturer Mercedes Alcalá-Galán | Email
Early Modern Spanish literature, especially poetics, literary theory, gender studies and cultural studies with regard to sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Spain

Assistant Prof. Pablo Ancos Garcia | Email
Medieval Spanish Literature with emphasis on Thirteenth-century cuaderna via poetry

Prof. Kata Beilin | Email
Contemporary Spanish narrative and film, Romanticism in Europe

Prof. Ksenija Bilbija | Email
Contemporary Spanish American writing, cultural studies (including post-traumatic memory), and gender criticism.

Associate Prof. Glen S. Close | Email
Twentieth century Spanish-American narrative and transatlantic dynamics

Prof. Ivy Corfis | Email
Medieval Spanish literature, especially Fifteenth-century prose romances and Celestina

Faculty Associate William Cudlipp | Email
Seventeenth Century Spanish poetry

Prof. Juan Egea | Email
Contemporary Peninsular poetry and film

Faculty Associate Veronica Egon | Email
Second language acquisition, foreign language pedagogy and methodology and curriculum development

Prof. Diana Frantzen | Email
Second language acquisition, language pedagogy, and applied linguistics

Prof. David Hildner | Email
Spanish Renaissance and Portuguese literature

Prof. Steven Hutchinson | Email
Spanish prose and poetry of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth centuries

Prof. Luis Madureira | Email
European Modernism and Modernity in Latin America, Africa and the Caribbean, Luso-Brazilian colonial and postcolonial studies

Prof. Emeritus William Risley | Email
Nineteenth and Twentieth century Spanish literature

Prof. Kathryn Sanchez | Email
Nineteenth and twentieth century Luso-Brazilian narrative, contemporary women writers, visual culture and gender studies

Prof. Ellen Sapega | Email
Modernist Portuguese literature, Portuguese culture

Faculty Associate Deborra Kaaikiola Strohbusch | Email
Late medieval poetics and cancionero poetry, Libro de Alexandre, Golden Age theatre and second- language acquisition

Prof. Margarita Zamora | Email
Spanish American colonial studies

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Urban and Regional Planning

Prof. Harvey Jacobs | Email
Public policy, theory and philosophy for land use and environmental management

Women's Studies

Prof. Susan Bernstein | Email
Nineteenth and early-Twentieth century British literature, cultural studies, feminist theory and women's studies, contemporary autobiography

Prof. and Director of the Institute for Research in Humanities Susan Stanford Friedman | Email
Twentieth-Century British, American, post-colonial literature, modernism, women's writing, feminist theory and criticism, global/transnational/border studies, film, anthropology, and geography

Prof. Myra Marx Ferree | Email
Class Analysis and Historical Change, Family, Gender, Historical (comparative) Sociology, Political Sociology, Social Movements and Collective Action, Social Psychology

Assistant Prof. Pernille Ipsen | Email
Cultural and social history of the Atlantic world, interracial marriage,  developments in social categories of race and gender during European colonialism, encounters with “others” around the globe

Prof. Cyrena Pondrom | Email
Modern British and American literature, esp. poetry and poetics, the avant garde, the role of women in the rise of modernism, and contemporary feminist poetry in the United Kingdom. Emphasis on Moore, Eliot, Pound, Stein, Sitwell, Richardson, and Woolf.

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