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Elmer W. Campbell Professor of Economics
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Professor of Economics
Visiting Assistant Professor of Japanese
Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Assistant Professor of English
16th- and 17th- century English drama, 16th- and 17th- century English poetry, affect theory, critical making, digital humanities and digital archives, early modern broadside ballads, early modern literature and culture, gender and sexuality studies, historical phenomenology, history of the senses, phenomenology, print culture and history, printmaking, Renaissance politics, Shakespeare, sonnet cultures, theories of embodied voice, tragedy