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Dr. Li Yang
|Second language (L2) pragmatics acquisition and computer-assisted pragmatics instruction, learners’ pragmatic and intercultural competence in study abroad settings, Chinese L2 learners’ development of writing skills.|
(Latin & Greek)
Dr. Benjamin McCloskey
|Intersection of philosophy and historiography in Socratic literature of the 4th century BCE, impact of narratological approaches on our understanding of philosophy and authority in Xenophon’s corpus, construction of ethnic and gender identities in the literature of the Second Sophistic (1st to 3rd centuries CE).|
Dr. Kathleen Antonioli
Modern French literature, literary history, the sociology of literature, theories of modernism, women's writing, feminist theory, Québec literature and theories of francophone literature.
Dr. Robert Clark
|Director of International and Areas Studies|
Dr. Melinda Cro
Early modern French and Italian literatures with an emphasis in romance languages pastoral literature; theater; theories of metaliteracy and intertextuality; aesthetics and the relationship between literature and the visual arts; theories of identity, sexuality, and alterity; teaching literature in the L2.
Dr. Claire Dehon
Novels written in French by authors from SubSahara Africa. Assistant Editor for French Review.
Dr. Necia Chronister
|German literature since 1989, contemporary German women writers, German film, Gender Studies.|
Dr. Derek Hillard - Department Head
Dr. Sara Luly
|Late 18th and early 19th century literature and culture, with an emphasis on German Romanticism and Gender Studies; German Gothic literature and questions of masculinity in the works of German Romanticism.|
Dr. Janice McGregor
|German applied linguistics; second/foreign language learning and use in primarily study abroad contexts; language and identity; language, interaction, and authenticity.||Site|
|Dr. Nichole Neuman|
German cinema, 20th century German culture, museum studies, the archive, representations of women in film, film history and theory
Alessia Salamina, ABD
Medievalist interested in vernacular literatures and visual arts in Trecento Tuscany. Works on history of reading and medieval female readers.
|Russian||Viktoriya Pottroff, ABD|
Dr Rebecca Bender
|19th–21st century Spanish literature, Golden Age Theater and prose, issues of gender, sexuality, and corporeality, often approaching these themes through feminist and/or queer theories.||Site|
Dr. Mary Copple
|Spanish linguistics in the areas of grammaticalization, language variation, language change; Second Language Acquisition and pedagogy.|
Angélique Courbou, ABD
|Advising in post-secondary education; long term impact of service learning and study abroad, conflict resolution and service learning/study abroad.|
Dr. María Teresa DePaoli
|Latin American Cultural Studies, Mexican Literature and Culture, Screenwriting Studies, and Latinas in the U.S.|
Yasmín D. Gavigan
|Dr. Lucía Garavito||lugarav|
|Contemporary Spanish-American theater, in general, and on women writers and playwrights, in particular.|
Dr. Laura Kanost
|Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century Latin American Literature; Women writers and gender issues; U.S. Children’s Literature in Spanish; Disability Studies; Translation ; Service-Learning.||Las guionistas|
Dr. Pablo Martínez-Diente
|Contemporary Spanish poetry, modernist and symbolist studies, the fin de siècle, film, and translation.|
Dr. Laura Valentín-Rivera
|Spanish heritage language learners' literacy development and collaboration mediated by social tools (i.e., Google docs, Wikis, blogs)|
Iberian Studies; 20th and 21st Century Spanish Literature and Film; 20th and 21st Century Portuguese Literature and Film; Spatial Theory; Urban Studies.