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|Arens, Katherine||Comparative Literature; Germanic Studies; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||German Idealism, European Romanticism, Intellectual & cultural history (18th-20th centuries), literary & cultural theory, history of science, psychology, & the humanities, Austrian …|
|Beck, Deborah||Classics||Classical Language and Literature; Archaic Greek literature, especially Homeric epic; Augustan Latin poetry; Formulas and oral aesthetics in early Greek poetry; speech and speech representation in …|
|Belgum, Kirsten||Germanic Studies; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies||Nineteenth-century German literature and culture, the German novel, 19th/20th century women writers, feminist aesthetics, nationalism, travel literature, history of the book.|
|Blanco, George||Curriculum and Instruction; Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies||Dual language instruction, native language expansion, bilingual education teacher preparation|
|Bomer, Randy||Curriculum and Instruction||Writing, politics of literacy, sociocultural theory, curricula in reading and writing|
|Borge, Jason||Spanish and Portuguese||Latin American Literature and Film; Inter-American Cultural Studies|
|Bremen, Brian||English||American literature, computers and English, ethnic and Third World literature, poetry and poetics, popular culture|
|Buckley, Thomas||Department of Rhetoric and Writing||Magazine Writing and Editing, Education, Gospels|
|Carcamo-Huechante, Luis||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Spanish and Portuguese||Indigenous media and cultures in the Americas, with a focus on the movement of contemporary Mapuche poetry, the role of Indigenous voices on radio as well as the revitalization of Indigenous languages …|
|Cohen, Matthew||English||Dr. Cohen works in the fields of early American literature, digital humanities, and the history of the book|