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B. Alex Beasley

Assistant Professor |
512-475-7792 |
BUR 428

Education: Ph.D., Yale University

Interests: U.S. cultural, social, and political history; history of capitalism; environmental studies; the U.S. and the world; gender and sexuality; geography and urban studies; public and digital humanities

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Iván Chaar López

Assistant Professor |
BUR 402

Education: Ph.D., University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Interests: Digital Studies, Ethnic Studies, Latina/o Studies, and Science & Technology Studies; borderlands, capital, history of technology, digital labor, human-computer interaction, imperial formations, Latina/o lifeworlds and knowledge production, racial formation.

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Lina Chhun

Assistant Professor |
BUR 562

Education: Ph.D., University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

Interests: Transnational, feminist and queer methodologies; women of color feminisms; Southeast Asian American Studies; critical refugee studies; memory and historical violence; war, militarism, and empire

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Cary Cordova

Associate Professor |
512-232-4582 |
BUR 418

Education: Ph.D., The University of Texas at Austin

Interests: American Studies, Latino Studies, Art History / Visual Culture, Urban Studies, and Ethnic Studies; the interconnectivity of art, politics, place, and public policy; Latina/o cultural production, including art, music, and the performing arts, and social movements

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Janet M. Davis

University Distinguished Teaching Professor; Associate Director, Plan II Honors |
512-232-1848 |
BUR 432

Education: Ph.D., History, University of Wisconsin (Madison)

Interests: U.S. cultural, social, and environmental history; popular culture; social thought; animal studies; women’s and gender history; U.S. social movements; modern South Asia

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Lauren Gutterman

Associate Professor |
512-471-4349 |
BUR 422

Education: Ph.D.,, New York University

Interests: History of Women, Gender and Sexuality; LGBTQ Studies; Marriage and the Family; Popular Culture; Public History; Oral History; Digital Humanities

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Steven D Hoelscher

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Liberal Arts; Professor; Faculty Curator for Photography, Harry Ransom Center |
512-232-2567 |
BUR 416

Education: Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison

Interests: Photography; Race and Racism; Cultural and Historical Geography; Urban Studies; Cultural Memory

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Randolph Lewis

Chair and Professor |
512-475-7783 |
BUR 410

Education: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

Interests: surveillance and society, creative nonfiction, documentary expression, public scholarship, indigenous media, the intersection of art and politics broadly conceived, digital humanities, urban studies, film and video production

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Stephen H. Marshall

Associate Professor |
512-471-4361 |
BUR 412, GWB 2.116c

Education: Ph.D., 2002, Government, Harvard University

Interests: Political Theory, American Social and Political Thought, African-American political thought

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Erin McElroy

Assistant Professor |
512-471-7385 |
BUR 570

Education: Ph.D., University of California, Santa Cruz

Interests: Digital geographies, critical race studies, urban studies, feminist technology studies, postsocialism, US empire, racial capitalism, housing justice, tenant organizing, data justice, counter-cartography, digital media, anti-imperialism, international solidarities, and public scholarship

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Jeffrey L Meikle

Stiles Professor in American Studies |
232-2166 |
BUR 424

Education: Ph.D., American Studies, 1977, University of Texas at Austin

Interests: History of design, technology, and architecture; postmodernity; alternative cultures.

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Julia Mickenberg

Professor |
512-232-2650 |
BUR 420

Education: Ph. D., University of Minnesota

Interests: History of the Left/radical cultures, women's history, history of childhood and children's literature, Russian studies, Americans abroad, utopia

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Shirley E. Thompson

Associate Professor, Associate Chair of American Studies |
512-232-2097 |
BUR 426

Education: Ph.D., 2001, History of American Civilization, Harvard University

Interests: African American and African Diaspora Studies; Nineteenth Century US Cultural History; Law and Literature; Slavery and Post-Emancipation Cultures; Cultural Memory

Postdoctoral Fellow

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Karla Peña

Provost's Early Career Fellow |
BUR 412

Interests: Social Movements, Food Studies, Agrarian Studies, Latin American Studies, LatinX Studies, Critical Geographies, Digital Humanities, Ethnography

Professors Emeriti

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Robert H. Abzug

Professor Emeritus, History

Education: Ph.D., History, 1977, University of California, Berkeley

Interests: American Cultural and Intellectual History, American Jewish History and Culture, History of the Holocaust & Jewish Studies, History of Psychology, History of American Religion, History of Photography, Antebellum America

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Mark C. Smith

Professor Emeritus, American Studies

Education: Ph.D., American Studies, 1980, University of Texas at Austin

Interests: the history of social science, the cultural history of alcohol and drugs

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William M Stott

Professor Emeritus, American Studies and English |
Skype "billstott"

Education: Ph.D., 1972, Yale University

Interests: documentary, journalism, autobiography


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Marvin Bendele

Lecturer, Director of Foodways Texas |
512-471-3037 |
BUR 414

Education: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

Interests: Foodways, Mobility & Migration, Cultural Geography, Borderlands, Texas, Oral History, Hunting/Fishing

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Andrea D Gustavson

Lecturer, Head of Instructional Services at Harry Ransom Center |
512-471-8899 |
HRC 3.337

Interests: Photography, War and Visual Culture, Twentieth Century American Literature, Affect Theory, Archival Education

Affiliate Faculty

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Ricardo Ainslie

M. K. Hage Centennial Professor in Education, Educational Psychology, and the Center for Mexican American Studies |

Education: Ph.D., University of Michigan

Interests: Psychoanalysis and cultural experience of immigration, ethnic conflicts within communities, and the relationship between individual and collective identity

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Anthony Alofsin

Professor Emeritus, Architecture |
512-471-7803 |
WMB 4.102B, GOL 2.308

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Phillip J Barrish

Tony Hilfer Professor of American and British Literature and the Department of Medical Education |
512-471-7840 |
PAR 130, PAR 108

Education: Ph.D., 1991, Cornell University

Interests: American Literature 1870-1930, medicine and literature, gender studies, "masculinity" as a cultural construction, whiteness studies, relationship between literature and liberalism

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Daina Ramey Berry

Associate Professor and Department Chair of History, African and African Diaspora Studies |
512-471-3261 |
GAR 1.104

Education: Ph.D., 1998, United States History, University of California, Los Angeles

Interests: Gender and Slavery, African American and African Diaspora Studies, 19th Century US History

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Daniel A Bonevac

Professor, Philosophy |
512-471-4857 |
WAG 403

Education: PhD, University of Pittsburgh

Interests: Philosophical logic, metaphysics, ethics, cognitive science, Non-Western philosophy, Christian philosophy

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Jason Borge

Professor, Spanish and Portugese |
512-232-4535 |
BEN 3.136

Education: Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley

Interests: Latin American film and media studies, intra-hemispheric cultural studies, early-to-mid 20th century cultural history, popular music and sound studies, new jazz studies

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Henry W. Brands

Professor; Jack S. Blanton Sr. Chair in History |
GAR 3.306

Education: Ph.D., 1985, University of Texas at Austin

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Brian A Bremen

Associate Professor Emeritus, English |
512-471-7842 |
Parlin 127

Education: Ph.D., 1989, Princeton University

Interests: American Literature, Modernism, the Digital Humanities, writers of the Harlem Renaissance, and Literary Theory.

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Simone Browne

Associate Professor, African and African Diaspora Studies, Sociology, and Women's and Gender Studies |
512-232-5975 |
GWB 3.138

Education: Ph.D., Sociology and Equity Studies in Education, University of Toronto

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Erika M. Bsumek

Associate Professor, History |
512-471-3261 |
GAR 2.104C

Education: Ph.D., 2000, Rutgers University

Interests: Native American history, history of consumption and production of manufactured and handmade goods in the US, anthropology

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Craig Campbell

Associate Professor, Anthropology and Slavic and Eurasian Studies |
512-232-4342 |
SAC 4.122

Education: Ph.D., University of Alberta

Interests: ethnography, documentary images, Siberia, reindeer hunting and herding, travel and mobility, Socialist colonialism, early forms of Sovietization, location and place

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Charlotte Canning

Frank C. Erwin, Jr. Centennial Professor in Drama, African and African Diaspora Studies, and Women's and Gender Studies |
512-471-5793 |
WIN 2.158

Education: Ph.D., University of Washington

Interests: US theatre history, Broadway, Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams, historiography, feminist theory, theatre and American society, historical entertainment industry

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Evan B Carton

Professor Emeritus |
512-471-8916 |
PAR 223

Education: Ph.D., 1979, Johns Hopkins University

Interests: 19th and 20th century American literature, literary and cultural theory and histiography, antebellum evangelism, secularism, radcial politics

Kate Catterall

Associate Professor, School of Design and Creative Technologies and School of Information |
512-471-0902 |
ART 1.214

Interests: ethical and environmental consequences of synthetics lifestyles, global production of consumer goods for the mass-market, design, digital design process

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Eddie Chambers

Professor, Art History and African Diaspora Art

Education: Ph.D., History of Art, 1998, Goldsmiths College, University of London

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Karma R. Chávez

Associate Professor and Department Chair, Mexican American and Latino/a Studies |
(512) 232-6888 |
GWB 2.102F

Education: Ph.D., Arizona State University

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Tanya Clement

Associate Professor, English |
512-232-2980 |
PAR 218

Education: MFA in Fiction, University of Virginia; PhD in English Literature, University of Maryland

Interests: digital humanities, humanities informatics, humanities data curation, information theory, mark-up theory, social text theory, theories of information visualization

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James H. Cox

Jane and Roland Blumberg Centennial Professor of English and Distinguished Teaching Professor |

Education: Ph.D., University of Nebraska, Lincoln

Interests: Native American literature and film; ethnic US literatures; literature of immigration; American literature since 1920

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Diana DiNitto

Cullen Trust Centennial Professor in Alcohol Studies and Education; Professor; Social Work, Office of the Executive Vice President and Provost, African and African Diaspora Studies, and Women's and Gender Studies |
512-471-9227 |
SSW 3.130B

Education: Ph.D., Florida State University

Interests: Social welfare policy, chemical dependency, violence against women

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Richard R. Flores

Deputy to the President for Academic Priorities, College of Liberal Arts; Professor, Anthropology, Mexican American and Latino/a Studies |

Education: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

Interests: Critical theory, performance studies, semiotics, historical and cultural athrophology

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William Forbath

Lloyd M. Bentsen Chair in Law/Professor, School of Law, History |
512-232-1326 |
JON 6.216

Interests: social and economic rights in the courts, social movements in Southern Hemisphere, identity politics in the Progressive Era

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Kathryn Fuller

Professor, Department of Radio Television and Film |
CMA 5.128

Education: Ph.D, Johns Hopkins

Interests: American cultural and media history, media historiography, comedy across media forms

Lyndon K. Gill

Associate Professor, African and African Diaspora Studies and Women's and Gender Studies |
BLS 3.132

Education: Ph.D., African American Studies and Anthropology, Harvard University

Interests: Queer asthetics in the Africa Diaspora, the erotic, LGBT art and activism in Carribean cultures, African-based spiritual traditions in the Americas, subjectivity and community building

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John Morán González

J. Frank Dobie Regents Professor of American & English Literature |
512-471-8117 |
PAR 321

Education: Ph.D., Stanford University

Interests: Latinx literature; U.S. literature; narrative theory; postcolonial studies; environmental literature

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Samuel D Gosling

Distinguished Teaching Professor/Professor, Psychology |
512-471-1628 |
SEA 3.224

Education: Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley

Interests: Social media, personality in humans and other animals, impression formation, internet research methods

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Laurie B. Green

Associate Professor, History, African and African Diaspora Studies, and Center for Women's and Gender Studies |
512-475-7245 |
GAR 2.116

Education: Ph.D., University of Chicago

Interests: Politics of race and gender in 20th century US, social movements, cultural studies

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Laura G. Gutiérrez

Associate Professor, Mexican American and Latina/o Studies and Radio-Television-Film |
GWB 2.332

Education: Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison

Interests: Latin American and Latina/o performance studies; visual cultural studies; gender and sexuality studies; feminist theory; queer theory; race and racial formations; and inter-American and transnational studies

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Sabine Hake

Texas Chair of German Literature and Culture; Professor; Germanic Studies, Geography and the Environment, College of Liberal Arts, Women's and Gender Studies |
512-232-6379 |
BUR 332

Education: Ph.D., University of Hannover, Germany

Interests: German film, Weimar culture, modernism and the avant-garde, the culture of the metropolis, facist aesthetics, working-class culture, Marxist theory

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John Hartigan

Director of Américo Paredes Center for Cultural Studies; Professor of Anthropology; Faculty Graduate Advisor for Cultural Forms |
512-232-9201 |
SAC 4.158

Education: Ph.D., University of California, Santa Cruz

Interests: Anthropology of science, enthnography of race, bullfighting in Latin America

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Linda Henderson

Distinguished Teaching Professor/David Bruton, Jr. Centennial Professor in Art History |
512-232-2474 |
DFA 2.122

Education: Ph. D., Yale University

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Rich Heyman

Lecturer, English and School of Architecture |
512-232-1585 |
CLA 3.404

Education: Ph.D., University of Washington

Interests: Cultural geography, urban geography, critical theory and Marxism, history of geography, pedagogy, public space

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Hi'ilei Hobart

Assistant Professor, Anthropology, Food Studies |
(512) 232-6332 |
WCP 5.136

Education: PhD, Food Studies, New York University

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Heather Houser

Professor of English (she/her) |
512.471.8766 |
PAR 228

Education: Ph.D., 2010, Stanford University

Interests: 20th- and 21st-century fiction (US focus); environmental literature and humanities; science & technology studies; the medical humanities; affect studies; data in narrative and new media

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Bruce J. Hunt

Associate Professor, History |
512-232-6109 |
GAR 2.106

Education: Ph.D., 1984, Johns Hopkins University

Interests: History of science and technology

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José Izaguirre III

Assistant Professor

Education: Ph.D., University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Interests: Latinx rhetorics, (de)coloniality, social movement(s), aesthetics of politics, rhetorical histories, pre-modern and contemporary rhetorical theory

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Jacqueline Jones

Professor; Ellen C. Temple Chair in Women’s History and Mastin Gentry White Professor of Southern History |
512-475-7235 |
GAR 1.106A

Education: Ph.D., 1976, University of Wisconsin, Madison

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Martin W Kevorkian

Department Chair, Fellow of Iris Howard Regents Professorship in English Literature #2/Professor, College of Liberal Art |
512-471-8797 |
PAR 325

Education: Ph.D., 2000, University of California Los Angeles

Interests: American Renaissance, technology and race

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Donna Kornhaber

Associate Professor, English |
512-471-8392 |
CAL 207

Education: Ph.D., 2009, Columbia University

Interests: Film Studies

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Sarah Lopez

Assistant Professor, Architecture |
512-471-0147 |
SUT 2.118

Education: Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley

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Minkah Makalani

Assistant Professor, African and African Diaspora Studies and History |
512-471-4745 |
BLS 3.114

Education: Ph.D., 2004, History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Interests: African diaspora, intellectual history, theory and social movements, race and racial formation

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Monica M. Martinez

Associate Professor, History

Education: Ph.D., 2012, American Studies, Yale University

Interests: US History, US-Mexico border, Texas, Mexican American history, Latinxs in the United States, civil and human rights, race and memory, racial violence, public history

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Gretchen Murphy

Professor of English and Women’s and Gender Studies |
512-471-8532 |
CAL 311

Education: Ph.D., 1999, University of Washington

Interests: US literature and culture to 1914, nationalism and imperialism, sentimental domestic writing

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Neil R Nehring

Associate Professor, English |
512-471-8713 |
PAR 23

Education: Ph.D., 1985, University of Michigan

Interests: Popular music and youth subcultures, the avant-garde

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Marina Peterson

Associate Professor, Anthropology and College of Liberal Arts |
(512) 471-0054 |
SAC 5.148

Education: Ph.D., University of Chicago

Interests: Sound, cities, sensory ethnography, materialities, infrastructure; US (Los Angeles, Appalachian Ohio)

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Ashanté Reese

Assistant Professor, Department of African and African Diaspora Studies and Anthropology |
GWB 3.200M

Education: Ph.D., Anthropology, American University

Interests: Critical food studies and food justice, plantation geographies, Black geographies, abolition, ethnographic methods and practice.

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Ann M. Reynolds

Associate Professor, Department of Art and Art History and Center for Women's and Gender Studies |
512-232-2608 |
DFA 2.512

Education: Ph. D., The Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York

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Maggie Rivas-Rodriguez

Associate Professor, Journalism, Center for Mexican American Studies; Director of the VOCES - Oral History Project |
512-471-0405 |
BMC 3.120

Education: Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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Rebecca Rossen

Associate Professor, Theatre and Dance |
512-232-7153 |
WIN 1.144

Education: Ph.D.(2006), Northwestern University

Interests: Dance studies; Performance studies; Jewish studies; Gender studies; American studies; Holocaust studies; Performance as Research

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Sharmila Rudrappa

Director, South Asia Institute; Professor; Sociology, Women's and Gender Studies, Asian American Studies |
512-232-6310 |
Online for Fall 2020

Education: PhD, University of Wisconsin–Madison

Interests: Gender, globalization, assisted reproductive technologies, biomarkets, labor markets

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Thomas Schatz

Professor, Department of Radio-Television-Film |

Interests: Film, television, Hollywood, American film history, Film analysis and criticism

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Cathy J. Schlund-Vials

Professor, English |
CAL 204 W 21ST ST AUSTIN, TX 78712

Education: Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst

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Chad Seales

Associate Professor, Religous Studies |
512-232-5929 |
BUR 516

Education: Ph.D., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Interests: Religion in North America | secular studies | American evangelicalism | religion and popular culture | religion and capitalism | race and ethnicity | theory and method in the study of religion

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Suzanne Seriff

Director of Student Internship Program Department; Senior Lecturer, Anthropology, Jewish Studies |
512-471-0816 |
SAC 4.126

Education: Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin

Interests: Greater Mexican folklife, immigrant arts, public culture, US, Mexico

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Harel Shapira

Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology |
512-232-8075 |
CLA 3.636

Education: Ph.D., Columbia University

Interests: Ethnography, politics, race, and social movements

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Cherise Smith

Department Chair, African and African Diaspora Studies; Professor, Art and Art History/African and African Diaspora Studies, John L Warfield Center for African and African American Studies |
512-232-1822 |
BLS 2.202

Education: Ph.D., Art History, Stanford University

Interests: American art after 1945, intersection of art with race and gender, African American art and visual culture, performance and conceptual art practices, politics of identity, photography

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Stephen Sonnenberg

Adjunct Professor, Medical Education and Population Health, Architecture, Social Work, Plan II Honors Program, Psychiatry, Undergraduate Studies |
512-232-4082 |
WMB 5.128

Education: M.D., Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Denise A. Spellberg

Professor, History, Religious Studies, Middle Eastern Studies |
512-475-7202 |
GAR 3.208

Education: Ph.D., 1989, Columbia University

Interests: Islam in American and European history, medieval Islamic history, religion, and gender

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Paul Stekler

Professor, Radio-Television-Film, Lyndon B Johnson School of Public Affairs, Government |

Interests: State and national campaign politics, elections, public broadcasting, documentary filmmaking

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Kathleen C. Stewart

Professor, Anthropology |
512-471-8521 |
CLA 4.408

Education: Ph.D., University of Michigan

Interests: Affect, ethnographic engagement, women and gender studies, the senses, attachment

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Pauline Strong

Professor of Anthropology and Women's & Gender Studies; Director of the Humanities Institute; Undergraduate Advisor |
512-471-8524 |
RLP 4.404, SAC 4.136

Education: Ph.D., University of Chicago

Interests: Cultural, historical, feminist anthropology. Identity and difference. Politics of representation. Public culture. Youth organizations. Museum studies. US, Indigenous North America.

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Sharon L. Strover

Philip G. Warner Regents Professor in Communication; Professor, School of Journalism and Media |
512-471-6652 |
CMA 5.124

Education: Ph. D., Stanford University

Interests: Digital media programs in higher education, social media, rural broadband development, e-government, media policy

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Circe Sturm

Professor, Department of Anthropology |
512-232-1561 |
SAC 5.122

Education: Ph.D., University of California, Davis

Interests: Race, sovereignty, and citizenship; comparative colonialisms; race and indigeneity; dominance, resistance, and subjectivity; Native North America, Central America, and Europe

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Eric Tang, PhD

Director, Center for Asian American Studies; Associate Professor, African and African Diaspora Studies, Asian American Studies, Sociology |
GWB 3.136

Education: Ph.D., American Studies, New York University

Interests: African diaspora, Asian American studies, race, urban social movements, racism and anti-racism, poetics of displacement, activisty research, urban unrest

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Janice S. Todd

Professor, Kinesiology and Health Education, Education -Office of the Dean, Women's and Gender Studies |

Interests: History of physcial culture, sport and ethics, history of sport medicine, doping

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Pavithra Vasudevan

Assistant Professor, African and African Diaspora Studies, Women's and Gender Studies |
512-471-0762 |
GWB 3.200F

Education: Ph.D., 2018, Geography, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Interests: Political Geography, Feminist Studies, Critical Race Studies, Political Ecology, Science Studies

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Michael P Young, PhD

Associate Professor, Sociology |
512-232-6331 |
BUR 462

Education: Ph.D., New York University

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Leo E. Zonn (Retired)

Professor, Geography and the Environment |
512-232-1586 |
CLA 3.706

Education: Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Interests: Representation and media, especially cinema, geographies of popular culture

Associate Professors

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Caroline Faria

Associate Professor, Geography and the Environment |
CLA 3.414

Education: Ph.D., University of Washington, WA

Interests: Feminist political and economic geographies; feminist methodologies; intersections of race and gender; gender and nationalism; Africa and the African diaspora (specifically Uganda and South Sudan); the beauty trade and beauty technologies