Linguistic and sociocultural anthropology, agency, gender, development discourse, ethnicity, practice theory, social change, marriage, kinship, love letters, childbirth; Nepal, South Asia, Israel.
The technology-driven changes taking place in academia and education, the use of media in feminist research and teaching, documentary film, feminist activist art, and women's experimental writing.
Women’s discourses and literacy practices in Afro-Islamic societies; African women’s agency; African women’s literatures; Gendered discourses of identity and the politics of cultural production in Francophone African countries.
Nineteenth-century American culture.
Early modern drama; early modern literature; Christopher Marlowe; critical race studies; cross cultural contacts.
Contemporary fiction, trauma and memory studies, feminist theory.
African-American intellectual and cultural history; American intellectual and cultural History; African diaspora
Development, conflict, natural disasters, women’s rights, and trade in services in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and the Middle East as well as the United Kingdom and the United States.
Anglo-Saxon and medieval literature; medieval drama; medieval Islam and Arabic; gender and sexuality.
Seventeenth-century literature, including the Restoration; Milton; court culture; seventeenth-century drama; early modern women writers.
Women's and child health, nutrition, and medical practices in third world societies.
Deviance and criminology.
American social policy, family policy, women and politics.
Women and politics.
Popular politics, gender and activism, history of everyday life, policing and terror, and consumption.
Gender and sexuality; modernist literature; twentieth century and contemporary literature.
Women's and Gender Studies, visual culture and literacy, Asians in the Americas and diasporas.
Comparative literature and translation studies; critical and literary theory; drama and performance; gender and sexuality; twentieth century and contemporary literature.
Technology and culture, ethnography, media activism, and gender.
Eighteenth century literature; gender and sexuality.
Documentary film, the history of social deviance, film and history, and American prostitution and the culture of the sex trade.
Visual culture and media studies, black cultural studies, gender theory, and culture and technology studies.
20th century and contemporary literature and theory, gender studies, psychoanalytic literary theory; millennial theory (Deleuze, Lyotard, Baudrillard, Vattimo, Virilio); the aesthetics of changing technological, scientific, and cultural paradigms.
Feminist theory, film, and cinema studies; World War II and Holocaust; television and contemporary culture; theories of national identity; French cinema, & culture.
Dance studies, philosophies of embodiment, oral history theory, method and practice, site-specific performance.
Social and political history of Russia in early 20th century, history of Zionism in Soviet Russia of the 1920s and the impact of ideologically committed immigrants from the Soviet Union on the formation of Jewish society in Palestine and the State of Israel.
Gender and women’s movements, popular culture and political art (cinema and music/performing arts, as well as visual and literary representations), and social and intellectual history as multi-faceted manifestations of the contested identities in Iran and other societies of the Middle East.
Behavioral treatment of autism and other severe developmental disabilities; parent training and the impact of the handicapped child on functioning of the family.
Globalization, cultural politics, economic neoliberalism, satirical political activism, political and economic anthropology, democracy, social movements, politics of development, land tenure, political ecology, research methods; Africa, US.
Literature of the age of Goethe, Romantic aesthetic and philosophical theories, German intellectual history (18th-20th-century), questions of gender and the construction of subjectivity, philosophical approaches to literature, representations of Jews in German critical discourse.
Feminist anthropology, political and legal anthropology, historical anthropology, cultural politics, gender, ethnicity, colonialism, development, missionization, indigenous rights, pastoralism, transnationalism, social movements, ethics and politics of research; Africa.
Tourism, urban geography, societal Impacts of the world wide web, gender.
Asian American literature; critical race studies; literature and law.
Africana Studies; dynamics of race, sex, and class; gender and spirituality.
Spanish anarchism, puppet theater, modern art, photography, political cartoons, historical memory, and various forms of direct democratic movements in Africa, Europe, Latin America, and the United States.
African and Caribbean literatures, literature by women.
New developments in the law that affect employers and higher education institutions.
Women's changing political roles and status; women's political history; women's leadership as voters and public leaders; gender and decision making--the career of Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Colonial Latin American discourses and contemporary Caribbean and Latino narratives; colonial and postcolonial theory, migration and cultural studies.
Nineteenth-century American literature; poetry and poetics; history of the book, literature and new media; law and literature.
American cultural and visual studies; women and art.
Associate University Librarian for Facilities Planning and Management and Acting Head of Communications, Marketing and Development.
American ultramodern music; sketch studies of Elliott Carter’s String Quartet No. 1; Chinatown opera theaters in the North America, 1910-1945; Feminist theory and music; contemporary Chinese composers; cultural fusion in music; Lu Yen (Taiwanese composer).
Work; inequalities; gender and work; stratification; and work/family.
Sociology of mental health and illness; social psychology; sociology of gender; deviance.
Film and cinema studies; Victorian literature.
Close relationships; culture and ethnicity; gender psychology; intergroup relations; prejudice and stereotyping; self and identity; sexuality, sexual orientation.
Classical and early-modern Japanese literature, Japanese women’s writing, Japanese literature and the atomic bomb.
Sport psychology, cultural studies of sport, sport and sexuality.
Modern French and Francophone poetry; Maghrebi literature in French and Arabic; classical, andalusian and modern Arabic poetry; classical Chinese poetry; Korean poetry.
Historical and conceptual frameworks for understanding modernism: its theories, its objects, its reception and its continuing relevance for contemporary art.
The feminist filmmaker, Mai Zetterling.
Health, gender, family, aging, methodology.
Sexual politics, social movements, political culture, trauma, gender, and collective memory.
African American women's politics; African-American Antebellum women's political theory; urban politics.
Academia and public policy, feminist and queer theories.
Relations between the indigenous and Europeans throughout the Americas; study of Nahuatl, the Aztec language, and sixteenth- and seventeenth-century writings left by Native American historians.
U.S. women’s history, the history of feminism, women and work (work and family in particular), women’s leadership, and young women.
International health and policy issues; the impact of war on women; women's health.
African American and African Diaspora Literature; Gender and Sexuality.
Twentieth century and contemporary poetry; Victorian literature; Victorian poetry.
US cultural history; women's history; history of immigration.
Collective memory, autobiographical memory, history & memory; nationalism, national myths; tradition and change; Israeli culture, Israeli literature; Jewish memory, Jewish space; Jewish immigrant literature.