Denis M. Provencher Ph.D., The Pennsylvania State University; contemporary French civilization and cultural studies, discourse and conversation analysis, gender and sexuality studies, Islam and Maghrebi cultures in France. On sabbatical until Fall semester 2013. Please contact Dr. Ana Oskoz (email@example.com), Interim Program Director.
Ana María Schwartz Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park; Language teaching and curriculum development, learning strategies, media, heritage Spanish speakers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Nicoleta Bazgan Ph.D., Ohio State University; French cinema studies, gender and cultural studies, political economy of culture (email@example.com)
Zakaria Fatih Ph.D., University of Buffalo; Francophone studies, the Enlightenment, critical theory, Arabic language (firstname.lastname@example.org). Visit my homepage.
Thomas T. Field Ph.D., Cornell University; Sociolinguistics, literacy, textual analysis, French studies (email@example.com). Visit my homepage.
Omar Ka Ph.D., University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign; Phonology, sociolinguistics, African linguistics, Wolof language, French language (firstname.lastname@example.org). Visit my homepage.
Edward Larkey Ph.D., Humboldt-Universität; German popular culture, German media studies, global television studies, intercultural communication theories, political economy of culture (email@example.com). Visit my homepage.
Adriana Medina-López-Portillo Ph.D., University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Intercultural communication, intercultural training, Mexican cultural studies (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ana Oskoz Ph.D., University of Iowa; Technology in the foreign language classroom, second Language acquisition, language teaching and curriculum development (email@example.com). Visit my homepage.
Sara Z. Poggio Ph.D., University of Maryland, College Park; Sociology, Latin- American societies, Hispanics in the United States (firstname.lastname@example.org). Visit my homepage.
Elaine Rusinko Ph.D., Brown University; Russian and Soviet languages, literature, culture and society, Carpatho-Rusyn studies (email@example.com). Visit my homepage.
Anna M. Shields Ph.D., Indiana University; medieval Chinese poetry and prose, literature and social contexts (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Judith M. Schneider Ph.D., Duke University; Modern French studies, Latin- American and U.S. Latino literature, Jewish writing of the diaspora (email@example.com). Visit my homepage.
John H. Sinnigen Ph.D., The Johns Hopkins University; Modern Spanish and Latin-American narrative, ideologies and literature, political economy of culture (firstname.lastname@example.org). Visit my homepage.
John Stolle-McAllister Ph.D., University of Minnesota; Cultural studies, social movements, Latin-American popular culture (email@example.com)
Steven Young Ph.D., University of Chicago; Historical phonology, Slavic and Baltic linguistics (firstname.lastname@example.org). Visit my homepage.