Our core faculty members have been awarded grants, teaching awards, and nationally competitive post-doctoral fellowships. Recognized as innovators in the field, the Department ’s core faculty have published in top university presses, contributed to foremost journals, and are regularly invited to give scholarly presentations at universities in the U.S. and around the world.
Our core faculty have affiliations with Anthropology, the Arts Computation Engineering PhD program, Asian American Studies, Comparative Literature, English, International Studies, Religious Studies, and Visual Studies. We are also affiliated with the Critical Theory Institute, the Center for Asian Studies, the Center for Ethnography, the Center for Global Peace and Conflict Studies, the Working Group on Law and Society, and the Science and Technology Studies Working Group. In addition, two new Working Groups in Middle East and African Studies and in Transnational and Transoceanic Networks were initiated in part by our faculty.
|Jonathan Alexander||Chancellor's Professor of English, Departments of English, Education and Gender & Sexuality Studies|
|Christine Balance||Associate Professor, Department of Asian American Studies|
|Victoria Bernal||Professor, Department of Anthropology|
|Michele Goodwin||Chancellor’s Professor of Law & Director of the Center for Biotechnology and Global Health Policy|
|Laura Hyun Yi Kang||Graduate Director Professor of Gender & Sexuality Studies|
|Lilith Mahmud||Associate Professor of Gender & Sexuality Studies, Undergraduate Director|
|Nasrin Rahimieh||Professor, Department of Persian Studies and Culture, & Department of Comparative Literature, & Department of Gender & Sexuality Studies|
|Catherine Sameh||Assistant Professor of Gender & Sexuality Studiesemail@example.com|
|Jeanne Scheper||Associate Professor of Gender & Sexuality Studies|
|Jennifer Terry||Department Chair and Professor of Gender & Sexuality Studies|
|Emily Thuma||Assistant Professor of Gender & Sexuality Studiesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Heidi Tinsman||Professor, Department of History|