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SOCIAL SCIENCES MARK CHEN Chair and Professor of Public Policy Leadership Northern Illinois University, Ph.D. Public policy, international relations, and Chinese politics

SIMONE DELERME Assistant Professor of Anthropology and McMullan Assistant Professor of Southern Studies Rutgers, Ph.D. Latin American and Caribbean migration, critical race theory, language identity, and inequality

CAROLYN FREIWALD Assistant Professor of Anthropology University of Wisconsin, Ph.D. Mayan and Mesoamerican archaeology

BENJAMIN JONES Assistant Professor of Political Science Ohio State University, Ph.D. International security, civil and regional conflict, military intervention, and political methodology

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MARCOS MENDOZA Assistant Professor of Anthropology University of Chicago, Ph.D. Latin American environmental, economic, and political anthropology

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MAUREEN MEYERS Assistant Professor of Anthropology University of Kentucky, Ph.D. Archaeology of the southeastern U.S.

DOUGLAS RICE Assistant Professor of Political Science Pennsylvania State University, Ph.D. American politics, judicial politics, political institutions, public policy, and organized interests

YAEL ZEIRA Croft Assistant Professor of Political Science New York University, Ph.D. Comparative politics, Middle East politics, intra-state conflict, and ethnic politics

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FINE AND PERFORMING ARTS KRIS BELDEN-ADAMS Assistant Professor of Art History City University of New York Graduate Center, Ph.D. Modern art and architecture, history of photography

ADAM ESTES Assistant Professor of Music University of South Carolina, D.M.A. Woodwind instruction, including saxophone, bassoon and clarinet, and oboe

MICHAEL GARDINER Assistant Professor of Music New England Conservatory of Music, D.M.A. Music theory and composition

THE HUMANITIES JAMES BOS Assistant Professor of Religion University of Michigan, Ph.D. Biblical studies and Judaism

LINDY BRADY Assistant Professor of English University of Connecticut, Ph.D. Anglo-Saxon languages and cultures, and Middle English verse

ERIN DREW Assistant Professor of English Notre Dame University, Ph.D. 18th century British literature, poetics, nature writing, and ecocriticism

CHIYUMA ELLIOTT Assistant Professor in English and African American Studies

M AT H E M AT I C S , P H Y S I C A L , A N D N AT U R A L S C I E NC E S JARED DELCAMP Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, Ph.D. Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, completed postdoctoral studies Synthetic organic chemistry as related to dye-sensitized solar cells for solar energy conversion

MARTIAL LONGLA Assistant Professor of Mathematics University of Cincinnati, Ph.D. Probability theory and statistics

University of Texas, Ph.D. African American literature, the Harlem Renaissance/New Negro Movement, 20th century American literature, poetry and poetics, modernism, and American intellectual history

SHENNETTE GARRETT-SCOTT Assistant Professor of History and African American Studies University of Texas, Ph.D. African American political and cultural history, African Diaspora, women and gender, U.S. South, and entrepreneurship and business

JONATHAN GIENAPP

IAN WHITTINGTON

Assistant Professor of History

Assistant Professor of English

Johns Hopkins University, Ph.D. Early American history

McGill University, Ph.D. 20th century British literature, Irish literature, post-colonial literature and theory, radio, and cinema

STEVEN JUSTICE Professor of English Princeton University, Ph.D. Medieval European literary and intellectual history

CAROLINE WIGGINTON Assistant Professor of English

Associate Professor of History

University of Texas, Ph.D. Early American literature, transatlantic literature, Native American studies, women and gender studies, poetry and poetics, religion and culture, and African American literature

Northwestern University, Ph.D. Labor and religion in the U.S. South

HENRIETTA YANG

JAROD ROLL

DAVE SMITH Writer-in-Residence Ohio University, Ph.D. Contemporary poetry and free-verse poems that deal with history and regional identity, American literature, and modern literature

Croft Associate Professor of Modern Languages and Co-Director of the Chinese Language Flagship Program University of Texas, Ph.D. Chinese linguistics and culture, language teacher education, and instructional technology

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