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Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies
border studies, cinematic analysis, creative writing, immigration and identity, immigration and identity, Latin American culture, Latin American literature, Latin American visual arts, Latin American women’s history and cultural production, literary analysis, Mexico-U.S. border violence, photography, poetry, Southern cone women's history and cultural production, translation, trauma and post-dictatorship discourses
Benjamin E. Mays '20 Distinguished Prof of Rhetoric, Film, and Screen Studies
Associate Professor of Anthropology
African immigrants in Maine, African markets, African studies, community engagement, cultural politics, cultural politics of Hollywood film, culturally informed financial programming, Disney animation, economic anthropology, female chieftaincies, financial literacy, gender studies, human rights, impact of ‘economic development’ programs, Lewiston + Auburn, Nigerian bureaucracies, Ondo history, Ondo Women's War, public anthropology, representations of Africa and Africans in various film industries, restorative justice, sharia compliant banking, Somali Bantu resettlement, Somalis in diaspora, Somalis in Maine, visual anthropology, West African theories of gender, Women's protests, Yoruba culture