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Faculty

International Literary and Visual Studies
Arabic
Kamran Rastegar, Professor, Director of Arabic Program, Interim Director of CHAT; Modern Arabic Literature, Comparative Literature, Cinema Studies, Postcolonial Studies
Rana Abdul-Aziz, Senior Lecturer, Language Coordinator, Arabic Language
Alexandra Chreiteh (Shraytekh), Mellon Bridge Assistant Professor of Arabic Studies (On Leave AY 2018-2019)
Art History
Jeremy Melius, Assistant Professor, Modern Art and Art Writing, Critical Theory and Aesthetics, Historiography, Histories of Sexuality
Peter Probst, Professor; Contemporary African Art, Critical Theory, Visual Culture, Globalization
Chinese
Xueping Zhong, Professor, Director of Chinese Program; Modern Chinese Literature, Film
English
Lee Edelman, Fletcher Professor, English Literature, Literary Theory, Film Studies, Modern Poetry (On Leave AY 2018-2019)
Lisa Lowe, Professor, Comparative literature, British Empire, U.S.-Asia Studies, Transnational Feminism (On Leave Fall 2018)
Ichiro Takayoshi, Associate Professor; American Literature, American Culture
Film and Media Studies
Tasha Oren, Associate Professor in Film and Media Studies, Drama and Dance
Media studies, television theory and history, US and global media industries, narratology, popular culture
Malcolm Turvey, Professor, Director of Film and Media Studies; Art and Art History/Film and Media Studies, modernist and avant-garde film, comedy, horror, French film, film theory, film and philosophy
French
Mona El Khoury, Assistant Professor, 20th and 21st century French and Francophone literature (On Leave Fall 2018)
Gérard Gasarian, Professor, 19th- and 20th-century French poetry
Zeina Hakim, Associate Professor of French, 18th-Century French literature
Isabelle H. Naginski, Professor, French Literature (On Leave AY 2018-2019)
Vincent J. Pollina, Associate Professor, Medieval and Renaissance French and Italian literature
Claire Schub, Senior Lecturer in French, 20th and 21st Century French and Francophone Literature, Women's Studies
German
Annie Pfeifer, Assistant Professor, 19th and 20th Century Literature, Literary Theory, Aesthetics, Visual and Material Culture, and Museum Studies
Markus Wilczek, Associate Professor, 18th Century to Modern, Environment
Italian
Laura Baffoni Licata, Senior Lecturer, Coordinator of Italian Studies; Italian literature and culture
Japanese
Hosea Hirata, Professor, Director of Japanese Program and ILVS, Japanese Literature
Charles Inouye, Professor, Japanese Literature (On Leave Fall 2018)
Susan Napier, Professor, Goldthwaite Professor of Rhetoric; Japanese Literature, Popular Culture, Anime
Judaic Studies
Joel Rosenberg, Associate Professor, Lee S. McCollester Associate Professor of Biblical Literature; Co-Director of Judaic Studies; Central European Writers, South African Writers
Philosophy
Stephen L. White, Professor, Philosophy of mind, epistemology, meta-ethics, aesthetics
Russian
Gregory Carleton, Professor, Department Chair, Twentieth-Century Russian Literature and Culture
Vida Johnson, Professor, Director of Russian Program; Twentieth Century, Film, Women Writers
SMFA
Hilary Binda, Senior Lecturer, Director of Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program; English and Visual & Critical Studies
Silvia Bottinelli, Full-time Lecturer, Visual & Critical Studies
Emily Gephart, Part-time Lecturer, Visual & Critical Studies
Eulogio Guzman, Senior Lecturer, Visual & Critical Studies
Tina Wasserman, Senior Lecturer, Cinema Studies, Film and Media Theory, and Visual Culture Studies
Spanish
José Antonio Mazzotti, Professor, Latin American literature and culture, colonial studies (On Leave Fall 2018)
Nina Gerassi-Navarro, Professor, Interim Chair of Romance Studies, Director of Latin American Studies; Latin American literature and culture
Pedro Ángel Palou, Professor of Latin American Literature and Studies, Mexican literature, Latin American Studies, film studies (On Leave Fall 2018)
Kathleen Pollakowski, Senior Lecturer, Spanish language and literature
Pablo M. Ruiz, Associate Professor; Latin American modern literature, Borges, travel narratives