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Associate Professor of Russian Studies
University Senate Council, 2023-2025
Russian Literature, Language Pedagogy, Theater and Performance studies, Poetry and Poetics, Film and visual culture, environmental and sustainability studies
1053 Patterson Office Tower
Associate Professor
African American history, African American women, Film and Visual Studies, Photography
1723 Patterson Office Tower
859-257-1868
Associate Professor
Sport in 20th and 21st century German literature, National Identity, Critical Theory, Pedagogy and Second Language Acquisition, German film, fairy tales
1005 Patterson Office Tower
257-3387
Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies and History
Chair of Hispanic Studies
Marie Rich Endowed Professor
Indigenous peoples and religion, Race, Coloniality, Visual studies, Women's writings, Gender and ethnic identity, Cultural studies, Catholic studies
1105 Patterson Office Tower
(859) 257-7091
Associate Professor
International Relations, International Security, International Political Economy, Global South Studies, Foreign Policies of Major and Emerging Powers, Global South Affairs
441 Patterson Office Tower
859-257-4671
Assistant Professor
Comparative Politics, political economy, African politics, Economic history
1629 Patterson Office Tower
8592574895
Associate Professor of Anthropology
identity, migration, kinship, gender, Religion, Sectarianism/Confessionalism, Land, ethno-history, Conflict and its Resolution, Politics, globalization, Southwest Asia/Middle East, Kurdish Studies, the state
206 Lafferty Hall
859 257-7313
Director, Appalachian Studies Program
Professor of Anthropology
globalization, critiques of racial capitalism, interpretations of place and identity, Anthropology of Work, transnational collaborations, university-community knowledge equity
Appalachian Center, 624 Maxwelton Ct., Rm. 202
859-218-4088
Associate Professor in Italian Studies
Language coordinator
Autobiography Studies, Women and Gender Studies, Cinema Studies, Food Studies, SLA
1463 Patterson Office Tower
Associate Professor of Classics
Latin Poetry of the Flavian Era, Rhetoric and Poetics in Latin Literature, Epideictic Genre, Latin paedagogy, Latin in Latin America, Brazilian Colonial Literature
1013 Patterson Office Tower
(859) 257-6754
Professor, Chinese Studies
Convener, Chinese Working Group
Theater and Performance studies, Propaganda, Sino-Japanese cultural relations, Film Studies, Chinese language and culture, Korean language and culture, Gender Politics, intersectionality, Folklore, Popular Culture, 20th Century Music and Literature, the international avant-garde
1453 Patterson Office Tower (physical address)
859-257-9139, 859-257-3743 (fax)
Associate Professor
Late Imperial and Modern China, Urban History and Culture, Imperial Encounters, War and Memory, media and information
1761 Patterson Office Tower
(859) 257-1515
Associate Professor
Director of Graduate Studies
urban anthropology, mobility and migration studies, the state, militarism, security, Middle East
203D Lafferty Hall
859-257-5390
Associate Professor
Director, International Studies
Modern African History; Migration; Refugees, Border Studies; Informal Economies
1701 Patterson Office Tower
859-257-1861
Anthropology Ph.D. Candidate
Instructor, International Studies
Food systems:, Agricultural anthropology, Political Ecology, Black geographies, transnationalism, Race and Ethincity, Afro-diasporic identities, Critical RaceTh
Patterson Office Tower
Department of Modern and Classical Languages, Literatures and Cultures
Professor of Russian Studies, Folklore and Linguistics
Vernacular Religion, Russian Rituals and Holidays, Verbal semantics, Cognitive Linguistics, Legends and Urban Legends
1061 Patterson Office Tower
859-257-1756
Professor of Economic and Urban Geography
Affiliated faculty, International Studies
Director of Graduate Studies
Economic and urban geography; migration and immigration
859 Patterson Office Tower
(859) 257-6966
Professor
Japan Studies
Contemporary Japanese literature and culture, especially fiction of the 20th and 21st centuries
1477 Patterson Office Tower (physical)
859-257-7557
Associate Professor and Inaugural Director of the International Studies Program and Major (2007-2011)
Sociocultural Anthropology; Gender; Cultural Property & Heritage Ethics., Global traffic in non-Western cultural property; cultural identity politics & anthropological ethics., Expressions of gender in culture and society, ideology, symbolism, kinship and social organization; Indigenous women’s organizations.
210 Lafferty Hall
859 257-6919
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