Faculty Advisory Board

Faculty Board Members

Anthony Bogues (Africana Studies; Intellectual history, political theory, Caribbean thought and radical politics, critical theory)

Leslie Bostrom (Visual Arts; Painting, printmaking, drawing, theories and histories of nature)

Lundy Braun (Pathology and Laboratory Medicine and Africana Studies, Science and Technology Program; Science and technology studies, history of race in public health and medicine, history of work-related diseases)

Lynne Joyrich (MCM; Film, television, and media studies, cultural and critical theory, gender and sexuality studies)

Maud Mandel (Judaic Studies and History; European Jewish history, French history, ethnicity in Europe)

Kiri Miller (Music; Ethnography, interactive digital media, embodied performance, popular culture)

Karen Newman (Comparative Literature and English; early modern letters and culture, Shakespeare and Renaissance drama)

Bernard M. Reginster (Philosophy; 19th and 20th Century continental philosophy, ethics, moral philosophy, and philosophy of mind [especially philosophy and psychoanalysis])

Ellen Frances Rooney (MCM; Literary and cultural theory, the British novel, and feminist studies)

Rebecca Schneider (Theatre Arts and Performance Studies [chair]; Performance studies, cultural and critical theory, theatre history, intermedial art, gender and sexuality studies)

Suzanne Stewart-Steinberg (Pembroke Center [director]; Italian Studies and Comparative Literature, literature, culture, and politics of the 19th Century in Italy and Germany, gender and sexuality studies)

Kay B. Warren (Cultural Anthropology; Political and legal studies, transnational labor migration, human trafficking, illicit trade, social movement intellectuals, counterinsurgency warfare, violence, sites of critique, differences versus identity framings, gender and sexuality studies)

Lingzhen Wang (East Asian Studies, Brown-Nanjing Joint Program for Gender Studies [director]; Modern Chinese literature and culture, Chinese cinema, gender studies, and transnational feminist theories)

Ex-officio: Debbie Weinstein (Pembroke Center, [associate director and director of the GNSS concentration]; History of medicine and science, gender and sexuality studies)