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Charles A. Dana Professor of Religious Studies
Professor of English
20th and 21st century African American/Arab American literature, African American literature and cultural studies, Arab American literature and cultural studies, black feminism, cognitive impairment, disability, disability studies, gender studies, literary theory, mental health, physical impairment, spectacular fiction
Associate Professor of English
9/11 literature, African American literature and literary theory, African-American studies, American studies, commodity culture and consumerism, creative writing, critical race studies, critical race theory, cultural studies, film studies, histories and theories of privacy in law, histories and theories of privacy in literature and culture, histories of U.S. race and ethnicity, law, legal studies, LGBTQ politics, literary analysis, literature, literature and law, media studies, media studies, nationalism, Nineteenth-Century American Literature, photography, poetry, post-racialism, privacy, privacy law, queer studies, racial passing, representations of disability and illness, theories of the public sphere, Twentieth-Century American Literature, U.S. literature and culture 1865 to the present, visual culture, women and gender studies
Associate Professor of Africana
anglophone continental African and Caribbean and Canadian and some U.S. African American, anthropological analyses, critical race theory, exploring the political and cultural and social contexts of texts, indigenous Islamic and Christian religions in their African and Caribbean and American contexts, interpreting African literature by women, literatures of the African diaspora, religions of Africa and the African diaspora, theories of gender and sexualities as well as literary theories, work theorizing