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|Abzug, Robert||American Studies; History; Schusterman Center for Jewish Studies||Professor Abzug's scholarship explores the formation of social and moral consciousness in American culture. He has worked in three major fields: social reform and religious life in antebellum …|
|Bremen, Brian||American Studies; English; Plan II Honors Program||American literature, Digital Humanities, Medical Humanities, ethnic and Third World literature, poetry and poetics, popular culture, pedagogy|
|Cordova, Cary||American Studies; Center for Mexican American Studies|
|Davis, Janet||American Studies; History; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||U.S. cultural and social history; popular culture; social thought; animal studies; women’s and gender history; U.S. social movements; modern South Asia. Davis serves as a regular consultant for …|
|Gonzalez, John||American Studies; Comparative Literature; English||Latino/a literature, especially Chicano/a literature; late nineteenth-century US literature and culture; narrative theory; postcolonial theory; cultural studies.|
|Gutterman, Lauren||American Studies||Modern U.S. History; History of Women, Gender and Sexuality; LGBT/Queer Studies; Marriage and the Family; Popular Culture; Public History; Oral History; Digital Humanities|
|Hoelscher, Steven||American Studies; Center for European Studies; Geography / Environment||Professor Hoelscher’s research interests include: North American and European urbanism; social constructions of space and place, landscape and region; ethnicity and race; cultural memory; the …|
|Hunt, Bruce||American Studies; History||His research focuses on the relationship between technology and science in the 19th century, and particularly on the interaction between theory and practice in the Victorian telegraph industry. He …|
|Lewis, Randolph||American Studies; Anthropology||Dr. Lewis is writing a book about contemporary surveillance practices in the US. His previous work was on alternative media, especially emerging forms of cinema in Native America and elsewhere. He …|
|Marshall, Stephen||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; African and African Diaspora Studies; American Studies; Government||Ancient and modern political theory, the history of political thought, 20th century political and social thought, African American political thought; current research focuses on political evil, …|