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Faculty

Anthropology

  • James Acheson

Environmental Policy

  • Sam Hanes

World Geography, Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management

Historical Geography

Comparative Study of Religion/Politics and Religion

  • Lisa Neuman

Sex and Gender in Cross-cultural Perspective, and Native American Studies

  • Paul “Jim” Roscoe

Anthropology of War, Human dimensions of climate change, New Guinea

Archeology/Latin America

  • Gregory Zaro

Human Environmental Interaction, Mesoamerica and South America

 

Canadian Studies

  • Karen Buhr

Canadian and North American Economics

  • George Criner

Economics and Resource Economics

  • Howard Cody

Canadian Politics, Foreign Policy, and Foreign Policy

  • Jacques Ferland

Pre-Confederation Canadian History

  • Stephen Hornsby

Geography of Canada

  • Karen Linehan

Canadian and American Painting, circa 1850-1950

  • Margaret Lukens

First Nations Literature and Theatre

  • Kenneth Norris

Canadian Literature

  • Raymond Pelletier

    Eighteenth Century France, Quebec Studies, Canadian Studies

  • Susan Pinette

Franco-American Studies, Transnational migration, Ethnic Identity (Language and Literature)

  • Scott See

Canadian History, Canadian-American History, Northeastern Borderlands

  • Kathryn Slott

Quebec Theatre and Poetry

  • Jane Smith

Linguistics and North American French Dialects

 


 

History

  • Richard Blanke

Modern Europe, especially Germany, Russia and Eastern Europe; Nationalism

  • Jacques Ferland

Pre-Confederation Canadian History

  • Nathan Godfried

United States Political Economy, Middle East History

Italian History in the 18th and early 19th Centuries

Modern Europe/Globalization/International Relations Theory

  • Ngo Vinh-Long

East Asia, Southeast Asia, International Relations

  • Elizabeth McKillen

United States Foreign Relations, International Labor History

British Empire/Modern Africa/Military History

  • Scott See

Canadian History, Canadian-American History, Northeastern Borderlands

  • Stefano Tijerina

Latin America, Canada, International Relations


Modern Languages and Classics

French: Renaissance Literature/Women Writers/Montaigne/Gournay

Spanish: Renaissance/Modern Literature/Comparative Literature

German: German-Jewish Identity, Exile Studies, Intellectual History

Spanish: Iberian and Latin American Studies/Language in Society

  • Raymond Pelletier

French: 18th Century France, Quebec Studies, Canadian Studies

  • Kathryn Slott

French: 19th and 20th Century French Literature and Quebec Literature

French: Linguistics and North American French Dialects


Political Science

Comparative Politics/Canada/Europe

International Relations/Constitutional Law

  • Paul Holman

International Security, Terrorism, and Eastern Europe

  • Seth Singleton

American Foreign Policy in Asia and the Middle East, International Relations Theory

  • James Warhola

Comparative Politics/Third World and Russia


Women’s Studies

Women and Globalization

  • Kim Huisman, Assistant Professor of Sociology

Women and Immigration

Women and Education