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Robert Jensen
Dr. Robert Jensen
Freedom: Philosophy/History/Law

Robert Jensen is an associate professor in the School of Journalism and director of the Senior Fellows Honors Program of the College of Communication at the University of Texas at Austin. His Signature Course challenges students to craft their own definition of freedom, evaluate political history in light of that definition, and apply the...

Lisa Moore
Dr. Lisa Moore
Feminism Now

Associate Professor Lisa Moore was born in Canada. She joined the faculty of The University of Texas at Austin in 1991 and is currently Associate Professor of English and Women’s and Gender Studies. Her Signature Course teaches students about the history and principles of feminism as a social movement, an academic discipline, and a...

LeeAnn Kahlor
Dr. LeeAnn Kahlor

School of Advertising and Public Relations

Dr. Kahlor’s primary research interest is in health and environmental risk communication with an emphasis on information seeking and processing. She has won awards from the International Communication Association and the...

Karin Gwinn Wilkins
Dr. Karin Gwinn Wilkins

The Department of Radio-Television-Film

Karin Gwinn Wilkins (PhD, University of Pennsylvania, 1991) is an Associate Professor with the Department of Radio-TV-Film at The University of Texas at Austin, holding affiliations with the Center for Middle Eastern Studies and the Population Research Center....

Kevin Michael Foster
Dr. Kevin Michael Foster
US Public Ed: Promise & Peril

Department of Curriculum and Instruction

Dr. Foster is an educational anthropologist who addresses social, cultural and structural factors affecting students’ academic outcomes. His Signature Course addresses the historical, cultural, ideological, and social contexts...

Henry William Brands
Dr. Henry William Brands, Department of History
The Past, Present, and Future of American Foreign Policy

Dr. H. W. Brands was born in Portland, Oregon, where he lived until he went to California for college. He attended Stanford University and studied history and mathematics. His Signature Course covers American foreign policy from 1945 to the present and beyond. It focuses on a single question: How have Americans defined, and redefined, the...

Juliet Hooker
Dr. Juliet Hooker
Race, Nation, & Empire

Department of Government

Dr. Hooker is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Government. Professor Hooker’s research interests include Contemporary Political Theory, Democratic Theory, Feminist Theory, Comparative Political Theory, Latin American Political Thought,...