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Associate Professor of Politics
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
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
Assistant Professor of German
20th century German literature and film, discourses of masculinity in German literature, film studies, German film after 1945, German studies, humor, images of German-Polish relationships in literature film and visual arts, laughter and comedy in literature film and visual arts, laughter and comedy's relation to violence, literature in the Weimar Republic (1919-1933), media