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Benjamin E. Mays '20 Distinguished Prof of Rhetoric, Film, and Screen Studies
Associate Professor of Education
Assistant Professor of Chinese
Professor of English
Anglo-Norman and Anglo-Latin literature and history, Benedictine manuscript culture, Chaucer, French literary and historical connections to England, Iberian and Italian literary and historical connections to England, late medieval literary London, manuscript studies, medieval studies, Middle English language and culture, Middle English literature
Assistant Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies
African American cultural studies, Black feminisms, Community-Engaged learning, cultural studies, Decolonizing methodologies, feminist theory, gender and sexuality, Indigenous studies, LGBTQ2+ Youth and Young Adults, North American Indigenous feminisms, North American Indigenous literatures, Peoplehood matrix, race and ethnicity, Settler colonialism, transgender studies