American Sign Language Studies

  • Dana Callan-Farley

Arabic Studies

  • Dr. Enaya Othman (Immigration and American Ethnic History; Middle East and Islamic History; Feminism, Gender and Cultural Studies)

Chinese Studies

Classical Studies

French and Francophone Studies

  • Dr. Boubakary Diakite (Francophone Literatures, Francophone Poetry, Immigration in France: Les Identités Francophopériques, Francophone African Cinema, Ethnicity in Black Literatures)
  • Dr. Sarah Gendron (Conflict Studies, Women’s Studies, 20th and 21st Century Francophone Literature, 20th Century French Philosophy)
  • Dr. Jennifer Vanderheyden (18th Century French Literature and Civilization, Denis Diderot, Theories of Artistic Mimesis, Gender Studies, Genocide and Post-Genocide Studies in Rwanda)

German Studies

  • Dr. John Pustejovsky (Modern German Short Story, 18th Century German Literature, German Pietism)
  • Dr. Michael Koch (Expressionism, 19th and 20th Century German Literature, Rainer Maria Rilke, Heinrich von Kleist. Franz Kafka, Albert Ehrenstein).

Hispanic Studies

  • Dr. Eugenia Afinoguenova (Museums; Mobilities, Tourism, and Leisure Studies; Film Studies; 19th-21st Centuries Iberian Peninsula; Food Studies; Digital Scholarship)
  • Dr. Sonia Barnes (Spanish Phonetics, Spanish in the United States, Sociolinguistics)
  • Dr. Pilar Bellver (20th & 21st Century Latin American Literature, U.S. Latino Literature, Border Studies, Animal Studies)
  • Dr. Belén Castañeda (20th Century - Spanish American Narrative, Mario Vargas Llosa)
  • Dr. Dinorah Cortés Vélez (Colonial and Contemporary Latin American Literatures and Cultures, The Baroque of Indies/Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, Gender and Queer Studies, Hispanic Caribbean Literatures and Cultures)
  • Dr. Scott Dale (18th and 19th-Century Literature of Spain, Epistolary and Travel Literature, Modern Peninsular Novel)
  • Dr. Tara Daly (Contemporary Latin American Literatures, Andean and Amazonian Visual Cultures, Gender and Sexuality studies)
  • Dr. Sergio González (U.S. labor and working-class, immigration, Chicano, Latino, comparative and transnational religious, and Wisconsin history)
  • Dr. Todd Hernández (Applied Linguistics, Language Pedagogy, Second Language Acquisition)
  • Dr. Michelle Medeiros (Latin American and Hispanic literature in the 19th and 20th Centuries, Women's Travel Writing, Gender and Post-colonial Studies, History of Science)
  • Dr. Anne Pasero (Golden Age Spanish Literature, 20th Century Spanish Literature, Hispanic Poetry)
  • Dr. Julia Paulk (19th Century Spanish American Narrative, Inter-American Studies, Antislavery Literature of the Americas)

Italian Studies