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Lecturer in English and Director of National Fellowships
collage and appropriation of archival texts, composition site in progress, early American history and culture, early American literature, early American puritan conversion and narratives, form and function in occasional poems, Indian and English translation efforts in the 17th century, massive open online poetry, poetic historiographies, poetic historiography, poetics, poetics, poetry, poetry, poetry and archival research, pop-spiritual Americana, rhetoric of King Philip’s war
Visiting Assistant Professor of Religious Studies
Kazushige Hirasawa Chair of Japanese Studies & Prof, Chair of Asian Studies Prog
Associate Professor of African American Studies
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