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Betty Doran Stangle Professor of Applied Economics
Associate Professor of History
diasporas, foreign refugees and the birth of modern humanitarianism since the 17th century (1685-1950), history and memory, history of the British Empire, humanitarianism and the development of rights claims, imperial Britain, modern Britain since 1688, sexual slander and defamation law, slavery and anti-slavery
Associate Professor of English
9/11 literature, African American literature and literary theory, African-American studies, American studies, commodity culture and consumerism, creative writing, critical race studies, critical race theory, cultural studies, film studies, histories and theories of privacy in law, histories and theories of privacy in literature and culture, histories of U.S. race and ethnicity, law, legal studies, LGBTQ politics, literary analysis, literature, literature and law, media studies, media studies, nationalism, Nineteenth-Century American Literature, photography, poetry, post-racialism, privacy, privacy law, queer studies, racial passing, representations of disability and illness, theories of the public sphere, Twentieth-Century American Literature, U.S. literature and culture 1865 to the present, visual culture, women and gender studies