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Professor of French and Francophone Studies
19th century French literature, critical theory, cultural studies, Franco-American culture and identity, Franco-American history and literature, French feminist theory, French women writers of the 19th century, literature, literature as history, narrative, post-structuralist theory, race and ethnicity, representations of political and social change, women and gender studies
Lecturer in Environmental Studies
community economies, diverse livelihood practice, ecological politics, economic anthropology, economic geography, feminist political economy, Marxian political economy, new materialist & actor network theory, political economy, political theory, post-capitalist community & economic development, poststructuralist political theory, regional community & economic development, regional development & environmental politics in Maine