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Kathryn Moncrief

Professor & Department Head
Office: Salisbury Lab 129
Joe Aguilar

Joe Aguilar

Assistant Teaching Professor
Office: Salisbury Laboratories 223D
Joe Aguilar's teaching and research interests include fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, folklore, science fiction, and the contemporary American novel. He’s the author of Half Out Where and has work in The Iowa Review, DIAGRAM, Tin House, and The Threepenny Review. View Profile
Scott Barton

Scott D Barton

Associate Professor- Arts, Communications, and Humanities
Office: Alden Hall 208
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5620
I compose, perform, record, mix and produce electroacoustic music; I am interested in how we can use the tools and techniques of audio production to explore new musical territory. I build mechatronic and robotic musical instruments; I am interested in how we can free electronic music from the world of speakers through computer-controlled automatic mechanical instruments. I conduct research and experiments that explore how our cognitive and perceptual processes affect our musical experience; I am interested in how we can use such research to guide our compositional and analytic activities. ... View Profile
Frederick Bianchi

Frederick W. Bianchi

Professor of Music
Office: AH 205
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5053
Professor Frederick Bianchi works in the area of music technology. As the director of music technology research, Bianchi works with students from all disciplines. His particular focus is Virtual Orchestra technology, multichannel sound design, and neuroscience research. In addition to overseeing the Media Arts Group Innovation Center (MAGIC), Professor Bianchi is also the director of the Bar Harbor, Maine Project Center and the Glacier National Park Project Center. View Profile
Roshanak Bigonah

Roshanak Bigonah

Senior Instructor/Lecturer- Arts & Sciences
Office: SL 031
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x6131
Roshanak Bigonah has studied Education and Technology, and Media with concentration in Video Production and Advertising. For the past 13 years, she has taught a wide range of courses in Digital Arts including  Graphic Arts, Web Design,  Photography, Videography and 3D Design. Roshanak Bigonah has worked as a freelance graphic and web designer.  In addition to her teaching interests Roshanak Bigonah, is a poet and has published four poetry books in her native language, Farsi. A collection of her works has been translated and published in Dutch and German. ... View Profile
Esther Boucher

Esther F. Boucher

Associate Teaching Professor
Office: SL 109
Dr. Boucher-Yip has taught in many parts of the world including Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, China, Laos, the United Kingdom, and the United States. She has taught communication skills and writing courses at university level for over a decade. Her teaching approach is informed by her own experience in language learning and with theories of second language acquisition and their pedagogical applications. Both her studies and her experience have taught her that there is no one method or idea that guarantees successful language learning. ... View Profile
Kristin Boudreau

Kristin Boudreau

Office: Salisbury Laboratories 238
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x4191
My research interests include literature and culture, humanities and STEM integration, and engineering education. These areas are unified by broad concerns for justice, inclusion, and social progress. My literary scholarship considers the ways literature helps to advance social progress and justice, while my educational research investigates educational environments and works to develop pedagogies and content that open STEM education to broader populations by bringing the humanities and arts to scientific and technical subjects. ... View Profile
Joel Brattin

Joel J. Brattin

Professor of English
Office: Salisbury Labs 024
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5572
Born in Michigan in 1956, I graduated from the University of Michigan in 1978, earning my PhD at Stanford University in 1985. I have enjoyed teaching British literature at WPI since 1990. I like the intelligence and good work ethic of WPI students; I especially enjoy the opportunity to meet and interact with students in small groups and on an individual basis. The bulk of my scholarly work falls into three principal areas. ... View Profile
Steven Bullock

Steven C Bullock

Professor of History
Office: Salisbury Labs 235
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5482
Steven C. Bullock is professor of history at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where he was a recipient of the Trustees' Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Scholarship. He has also served as a Fulbright Lecturer in Okinawa, Japan. ... View Profile
Constance Clark

Constance Clark

Associate Professor
Office: Salisbury Labs 408 D
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5712
In addition to teaching the history of science and technology, I have at various times in the past raised baby birds at the Bronx Zoo and the Baltimore Aquarium, curated and inventoried mammal skeletons in attics at the Smithsonian Natural History Museum, designed biology teaching labs at the University of Colorado, and collected dinosaurs and other fossils while camping in the Wyoming badlands with paleontology field crews. ... View Profile
Jim Cocola

Jim Cocola

Associate Professor
Office: Salisbury Labs 026
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5104
In research and in teaching, Jim Cocola focuses on intersections between geography and the humanities, primarily in the field of modern and contemporary American literature and culture. His most recent study examines place making in American poetry and poetics through a comparative, multiethnic, and transnational lens. His newest project reflects on cultural production by Americans and others of Mediterranean descent, looking mainly at literary and visual artifacts. He is also interested in experiential and experimental forms of writing. ... View Profile
Joseph Cullon

Joseph Cullon

Associate Teaching Professor-Arts, Communications, and Humanities
Office: SL 236
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5919
One of Professor Cullon's students recently called him "strangely fascinating." He knew that he was strange but he was happy to learn that a student found his approach to teaching fascinating. He likes to encourage students to see history not as a mass of dead facts but as a vital mode of inquiry and a moral project that has the potential to inform the present as much as illuminate the past. ... View Profile
Althea Danielski

Althea Marie Danielski

Assistant Teaching Professor
Office: Salisbury Labs 015
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5734
Althea started teaching English as a second language in 2000, when she moved to West Africa. Over the next seven years she lived and taught in Senegal, Niger and Benin. In 2007 she moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota, where she taught ESL to immigrants and refugees at the Hubbs Center and developmental reading at St. Paul College. Her teaching passions include integrating culture and social justice issues in the classroom, building critical thinking skills in her students, and teaching with technology. ... View Profile
Lindsay Davis

Lindsay Greer Davis

Assistant Teaching Professor
Office: Salisbury Labs 035
Dr. Lindsay Davis is a broadly trained interdisciplinary historian whose research interrogates the gendered, racial, and cultural foundations of the American prison state. Her current book project, "Lessons in Captivity: A Cultural History of Gender and Criminality During the Transitional Carceral Era, 1930-1973," examines the cultural coverage of women prisoners - in "real life" and in film - in an era preceding mass incarceration. In the classroom, Dr. ... View Profile
Jennifer deWinter

Jennifer deWinter

Professor-Arts, Communications, and Humanities
Office: FL B25a
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x6679
Jennifer deWinter has long been interested in how culture (which is local) moves internationally. She has spent a number of years analyzing anime, comics, and computer games as part of global media flows in order to understand how concepts such as "art," "culture," and "entertainment" are negotiated. In 2003, Professor deWinter joined the Learning Games Initiative, a group of scholars and game designers dedicated to the general study of games and the use of games to teach concepts and skills in particular. ... View Profile

Daniel DiMassa

Assistant Professor- Humanities
Office: Salisbury Labs 106
Daniel DiMassa is a scholar of German literature and culture from the eighteenth century to the present. His research interests center on the intersection of literature, religion, and aesthetics in the wake of the Enlightenment, with a particular interest in how literary texts participate in religious and mythical enterprises. His articles have appeared in German Quarterly, Religion and Literature, and the Goethe-Jahrbuch. He's finishing a book manuscript that charts the significance of Dante as a poetic muse among German Romantics, Idealists, and Neo-Romantics. ... View Profile
Holger Droessler

Holger Droessler

Assistant Professor
Office: Salisbury Labs 018
I am an historian of 19th- and 20th-century U.S. history, with a special focus on imperialism, capitalism, and the Pacific Ocean. In my forthcoming book, Coconut Colonialism: Workers and the Globalization of Samoa (Harvard University Press, Dec. 2021), I argue that the globalization of Samoa at the turn of the twentieth century was driven by a diverse group of working people on and off the islands. Currently, I am doing research for my next book, "War Workers," which tells the global story of non-citizen civilians working for the U.S. military from the Civil War to Iraq. ... View Profile
Wen-Hua Du

Wen-Hua Du

Assistant Teaching Professor
Office: Salisbury Labs 408C
Wen-Hua Du is an assistant teaching professor of Chinese in the Department of Humanities and Arts. Prior to joining WPI, she worked as a senior lecturer and coordinator of the Chinese Program at the Pennsylvania State University and visiting assistant professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Her expertise is in the areas of language teaching, curriculum design, and program development. Her research interests include culture teaching and learning, language learning strategies, and pedagogy of Chinese as a foreign language and Chinese as a heritage language. ... View Profile
Mohammed El Hamzaoui

Mohammed El Hamzaoui

Office: 100 Institute RD
Mohammed El Hamzaoui teaches academic writing to native and non-native speakers of English, Arabic as a foreign language to non-native speakers and ISE (Integrated Skills of English) courses to international students. Mohammed adopts an eclectic approach to teaching languages; he uses a communicative and interactive methodology to help students overcome persistent fears related to learning, speaking and writing in foreign languages. ... View Profile
Michelle Ephraim

Michelle Ephraim

Associate Professor
Office: Salisbury Labs 237
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x6129
Michelle Ephraim is the Shakespeare scholar at WPI. She is the author of Reading the Jewish Woman on the Elizabethan Stage (Routledge, 2008) as well as numerous articles on 16th- and 17th-century literature. Professor Ephraim also teaches writing courses on Creative Nonfiction and Speculative Fiction (Sci-Fi/Horror/Fantasy). Her essays have appeared in publications such as the Washington Post, McSweeney’s, Lilith, Tikkun, The Morning News, and The Chronicle of Higher Education. ... View Profile
Brenton Faber

Brenton Faber

Professor of Writing
Office: SL 019
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x4930
Brenton Faber studies medical writing and the human factors that influence medical diagnosis, treatment, and patient care. He is a practicing paramedic who volunteers with a rural ambulance squad and at a free urban clinic. I am currently interested in the concept of "allostasis" and "allostatic load." The terms have been used to describe a continued activation of the body’s neural, neuroendocrine, and immune systems as an adaptive response to prolonged stress. ... View Profile
John Galante

John Starosta Galante

Assistant Teaching Professor
Office: Salisbury Labs 234
John Galante’s scholarly interests are primarily in Latin American history and global studies. His teaching and research focus on international migration and the patterns of homeland connection and receiving-country adaptation associated with migratory movement. His professional experience in the energy sector informs his teaching on the history, geopolitics and global market dynamics of energy. He has particular expertise in South America and the Southern Cone, where he has worked, conducted fieldwork and traveled extensively. View Profile
Despoina Giapoudzi

Despoina Giapoudzi

Visiting Instructor of Drama
Office: Salisbury Labs 017
Roger Gottlieb

Roger S. Gottlieb

Professor of Philosophy
Office: Salisbury Labs 04
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5439
Roger S. Gottlieb is the author or editor of twenty books and more than 150 articles. He is internationally known for his work on religious environmentalism, spirituality in an age of environmental crisis, environmental ethics, and the role of religion in a democratic society. He has edited six academic book series, serves on the editorial boards of several academic journals, is contributing editor to Tikkun Magazine, and has appeared online on Patheos, Huffington, Grist, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Real Clear Religion, and many others. ... View Profile
Edward Gutierrez

Edward R. Gutierrez

Assistant Professor- Humanities
Office: 100 Institute RD
Edward R. Gutierrez comes to WPI from a long and illustrious career in the animated feature film industry; having worked on films such as The Little Mermaid (1989), Beauty and the Beast (1991), The Lion King (1994) and many others. With degrees in both 2D Traditional Animation and 3D Animation and Visual Effects he has transitioned into independent filmmaking and dedicating his life to sharing his knowledge, love, and passion for drawing with new generations of students interested in drawing and storytelling. ... View Profile
James Hanlan

James P. Hanlan

Professor of History
Office: Salisbury Labs 028
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5438
James Hanlan teaches courses in American urban history, American labor history, and the American History survey sequence. His book-length publications include a study of 19th-century textile workers in Manchester, NH; a two-volume encyclopedia of American labor history; and a study of a 20th-century printing firm. Professor Hanlan serves as executive secretary of the New England Historical Association, a professional society with approximately 700 members. ... View Profile
Peter Hansen

Peter H. Hansen

Professor of History
Office: Salisbury Labs 107
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5481
Peter H. Hansen is Professor of History and Director of International and Global Studies at WPI. In this role, responsibilities include enhancing the curricular components of WPI’s global programs, exploring new partnerships, and advising students in global projects. International and Global Studies brings together faculty from arts and sciences, business, and the global school to enrich students' experience of global engagement on campus and around the world. ... View Profile

Marie T Keller

Assistant Teaching Professor
Office: Salisbury Labs 031
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5436
WPI provides opportunities to investigate worlds beyond your major, and one of those worlds might be art. It might seem an alien world, but many art skills can be useful beyond making art. Drawing enhances spatial perception. Solving design problems hones communication skills. Dreaming up impossible ideas can illuminate what is possible. Sometimes students show up the first day of my course worried that they lack talent or experience. Instead, I recommend committing to practice the skills presented in class, as if approaching music or engineering studies. ... View Profile

Shana Lessing

Assistant Teaching Professor- Arts, Communications, and Humanities
Office: 100 Institute Road
Kevin Lewis

Kevin Lewis

Professor of Practice
Office: Salisbury Labs 334
  My primary focus is technical and professional writing. However, I also teach general writing courses that are less technical in nature. Having spent over 20 years in industry as a professional writer, I tend to think about how I can help students become stronger writers in the workplace. I also believe that, in becoming stronger writers, students should enjoy the process. So I try to structure my classes in a way that allows students to improve their writing skills while writing about topics that interest them. ... View Profile
Mitchell Lutch

Mitchell Bryan Lutch

Assistant Teaching Professor of Music
Aarti Madan

Aarti Smith Madan

Associate Professor
Office: Salisbury Labs 003
Phone: +1 (508) 8316587
Aarti Smith Madan is an Associate Professor of Spanish & International Studies in the Department of Humanities and Arts at WPI. Her research centers on the ways spatial practices inform the production and consumption of literature, film, and art in Latin America. In her recently published monograph, Lines of Geography in Latin American Narrative: National Territory, National Literature (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), Professor Madan unearths the literary roots of the discipline of geography in nineteenth-century Latin America. ... View Profile
Ryan Madan

Ryan Smith Madan

Associate Teaching Professor-Arts, Communications, and Humanities
Office: Salisbury Labs 233A
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x6561
When new acquaintances find out I teach writing, it’s not unusual for them to lament a broad decline in the nation’s writing skills. How does it make me feel, they ask, that students, say, don’t know the difference between adjectives and adverbs? Or, can I believe it that people hardly even know what apostrophes do, let alone where to put them? As someone who treasures good, careful prose, I’m sympathetic to these worries. But as an educator, I think it’s important to steer the conversation in a different direction. ... View Profile
V Manzo

V J Manzo

Associate Professor- Arts, Communications, and Humanities
Office: AH 209
V.J. Manzo (Ph.D. Temple University, M.M. New York University) is Associate Professor of Music at WPI. He is a composer and guitarist with research interests in theory and composition, artificial intelligence, interactive music systems, and music cognition. V.J. is author of several books published by Oxford University Press including Max/MSP/Jitter for Music, Foundations of Music Technology, and co-author of Interactive Composition and Environmental Sound Artists. ... View Profile
Ingrid Matos-Nin

Ingrid E. Matos-Nin

Teaching Professor-Arts, Communications, and Humanities
Office: Salisbury Labs 05
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5356
One of the most rewarding pleasures of teaching at WPI is the diversity of cultures you find in and around campus. So, besides teaching Spanish, I make my goal to broaden my students’ knowledge of Hispanic countries and to promote cultural understanding inside and outside the classroom. I teach the importance of understanding different lifestyles and ways of expression in other parts of the world-differences that we can find in each of the Hispanic countries. ... View Profile
Kate McIntyre

Kate McIntyre

Assistant Professor
Office: Salisbury Laboratories 223D
Dr. McIntyre’s research interests include fiction and creative nonfiction, collaborative writing, narrative theory, literary magazine publishing, the contemporary novel, the intersection of literary and genre fiction, and the gothic. Her short story collection, Mad Prairie , was selected by Roxane Gay as the winner of the 2020 Flannery O'Connor Award and will be published in September 2021 by University of Georgia Press. She is the managing editor of the literary journal The Worcester Review . View Profile
Jennifer McWeeny

Jennifer McWeeny

Associate Professor
Office: SL 330
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5215
Jennifer McWeeny is Associate Professor of Philosophy in the Humanities and Arts Department. Her training in philosophy is pluralistic in nature, engaging work from a variety of schools and traditions including Continental philosophy, analytic philosophy, feminist philosophy, pragmatism, and Asian and comparative philosophies. ... View Profile
Rebecca Moody

Rebecca Moody

Assistant Teaching Professor
Office: Salisbury Labs 02
My research centers around religion in North Africa and the Middle East with a focus on Islam; I approach the study of Islam through its representation in visual culture. My first book project, an outgrowth of my dissertation, focuses on recent fiction film by Moroccan women filmmakers as oblique forms of resistance to dominant narratives about Muslim women. My research tends to be very interdisciplinary: I draw on religion, cultural studies, feminist theory, film theory and affect theory. ... View Profile
Svetlana Nikitina

Svetlana Nikitina

Teaching Professor-Arts, Communications, and Humanities
Office: SL 022
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5939
My scholarly and professional interests lie in three areas: new forms of narrative emerging in our multi-media age; comparative and environmental literature; and interdisciplinary pedagogy. Over the years, I have taught teaches a variety of writing and literature courses from The Elements of Writing and Introduction to Literature, to Moral Issues in the Modern Novel and The American Literature and the Environment. With Diran Apelian, I co-teach a Great Problem Seminar on Sustainable Development, currently focusing on Recycling of all classes of materials. ... View Profile
Geoffrey Pfeifer

Geoffrey Pfeifer

Associate Teaching Professor-Interdisciplinary
Office: SL 327b
Professor Pfeifer’s research focus in philosophy is on contemporary continental philosophy, social and political philosophy, global justice, and development ethics. He teaches philosophy courses, international studies courses, and for the Great Problems Seminars program. In addition to a number of chapters in edited collections, Professor Pfeifer's work can be found in journals such as Human Studies, The European Legacy, Crisis and Critique, Continental Thought and Theory, and Current Perspectives in Social Theory. ... View Profile

Sarah Riddick

Assistant Professor
Angel Rivera

Angel A. Rivera

Professor-Arts, Communications, and Humanities
Office: Salisbury Labs 016
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5779
Professor Rivera has been conducting research on 19th- and 20th-century Spanish Caribbean literature and theories related to the exploration of limits or borders (i.e., the edges or places where multiple cultures touch or come into contact). He has been exploring how Caribbean traditional modes of representation have been restructured to significant changes in cultural, literary, and historical contexts. ... View Profile
Joshua Rohde

Joshua Wold Rohde

Assistant Teaching Professor
Office: First Baptist Church (111 Park Ave, Worcester, MA 01609)
Dr. Joshua W. Rohde is the Director of Choral Activities at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, where he conducts all four of the university’s choral ensembles – Men’s Glee Club, Women’s Alden Voices, Festival Chorus, and the Chamber Choir. He is also the Music Director of both the Rhode Island Civic Chorale & Orchestra and the Quincy Choral Society, and performs as an active professional cellist throughout the Boston area. Dr. Rohde’s work spans multiple musical genres, with an emphasis on new music from living composers. ... View Profile
Joshua Rosenstock

Joshua Rosenstock

Professor-Arts, Communications, and Humanities
Office: Salisbury Labs 208
Born to an artist mother and a musician father, Josh was destined from a young age for a life in the arts. An early interest in black and white darkroom photography and art-house cinema led him to study film and video art at Brown University. Fortuitously stumbling on a new course in multimedia art in his last term as an undergraduate, his zeal for digital media was unleashed. The next formative episode in Josh's career found him designing interactive exhibits, such as the claymation studio at Zeum, a hands-on, multimedia arts and technology museum for kids in San Francisco. ... View Profile
Jennifer Rudolph

Jennifer Rudolph

Professor-Arts, Communications, and Humanities
Office: Salisbury Labs 408B
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x6739
Jennifer Rudolph's main area of research is modern Chinese political history.  While her first book dissects institutional change in late imperial China, in her second, she explores identity politics in the Taiwan Strait. In it, Rudolph explores co-optations of a 17th-century pirate-merchant Zheng Chenggong. Through the centuries, Zheng has lived on, with regimes ruling, or desirous of ruling, Taiwan portraying him as a traitor, Confucian god, Chinese nationalist, Japanese nationalist, and the Moses of Taiwan. ... View Profile
David Samson

David Samson

Associate Professor of Art History/Architecture
Office: Salisbury Labs 014
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5370
Professor Samson teaches art history, and his scholarship is in the history of architecture, especially the modern period. He studies and explains the moments of transition when styles change, and the spread of avant-garde creations into general currency. He is also interested in the history of industrial design, and enjoys introducing his students to it, revealing the complex background of forms and ideas behind common household objects. His architectural history courses explore both the left- and right-brain aspects of built form. ... View Profile
William San Martin

William San Martin

Assistant Teaching Professor
Office: Salisbury Labs 008
William San Martín is an interdisciplinary scholar of earth-systems sciences and global environmental governance trained in history, international politics & relations, and science & technology studies (STS). His work focuses on international development; Latin America & the Global South; socio-environmental (in)justices; and science, technology & the human environment. ... View Profile
John Sanbonmatsu

John Sanbonmatsu

Associate Professor
Office: SL 023
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5226
John Sanbonmatsu is interested in critical theory, including theories of social change, and political philosophy. View Profile
Lance Schachterle

Lance E. Schachterle

Office: SL 027
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5514
Lance Schachterle enjoys the excitement of the classroom--meeting new students each term, sharing ideas about works of literature that matter, and learning to communicate more effectively. He teaches courses at the 1000 and 2000 levels, mostly in modern literature, but also really likes interdisciplinary courses that involve science. WPI students work harder than most, and students pursuing their minor in literature often really get intellectually and emotionally involved in what they are studying. ... View Profile
David Spanagel

David I. Spanagel

Associate Professor
Office: Salisbury Labs 239
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x6403
The history of science is a well recognized branch of inquiry about the past that concerns itself with interesting and significant questions about humans and their knowledge and beliefs about nature over the past few thousand years. As such, the history of science is neither a branch of science nor a simplified form of “history for scientists.” Instead, historians of science use the tools and methods of historical questioning and analysis to examine details about past scientific ideas and practices that their colleagues and predecessors have worked long and hard to uncover and document. ... View Profile
Yunus Telliel

Yunus Dogan Telliel

Assistant Professor- Anthropology & Rhetoric
Office: Salisbury Laboratories 108
Phone: +1 (917) 2725748
I am an Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Rhetoric. Before joining WPI, I was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of California, Berkeley. My work is animated by an intellectual curiosity with how ideas travel across time and space, and generate diverse practices of acting, seeing, and being in the world. I am especially intrigued by situations in which people come to ask new questions about themselves and others, in ways that require reconsideration of past experiences and imagining of future possibilities. ... View Profile

Douglas G. Weeks

Adjunct Instructor/Lecturer
Office: Alden Hall 212
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5696
Douglas Weeks is the administrator of music at WPI and in that capacity coordinates music activities and classes. In addition, he directs the WPI Orchestra, Concert Band, and Brass Ensemble. These ensembles perform at a high level, presenting numerous concerts on campus during the year. They have also performed frequently overseas, most recently on a concert tour in Prague and Berlin in March 2012. Professor Weeks’ own background is in performance and education, with degrees in both areas from several colleges including a doctorate from Boston University. ... View Profile
Huili Zheng

Huili Zheng

Associate Teaching Professor-Arts, Communications, and Humanities
Office: Salisbury Labs 08A
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5780
Huili Zheng is a scholar on late imperial Chinese literature and culture (1500-1895). Her research interests focus on late imperial Chinese literary culture and development of social, cultural and intellectual history, with a particular interest in issues of gender, ethnic/cultural identity, cultural politics of representation, and the relations of late imperial China to the formation of modern China. She is finishing a book manuscript on late imperial Chinese intellectuals’ changing conceptualizations of the world and China’s place in it. ... View Profile


Margaret A. Brodmerkle

Administrative Assistant V
Phone: +1 (508) 8315246

Mary E. Cotnoir

Administrative Assistant and Advisor
Phone: +1 (508) 8315246

Karen B. Hassett

Office Coordinator
Phone: +1 (508) 8315000 x5883

Associated Faculty

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Faculty E-mail Ext. Office Title
Arel, Beth     Salisbury Laboratories 114 Adjunct Instructor
Blumhofer, Jonathan jblumhofer 5140 Alden Hall 215 Adjunct Instructor
Buono, Paul S. psbuono 5140 Alden Memorial 215 Adjunct Instructor
Burton, Scott     Alden Memorial 215 Adjunct Instructor
Crowe, Patrick pcrowe 5682 Salisbury Laboratories 017 Instructor/Lecturer
Falco, Richard G. rfalco 5794 Alden Hall 210 Assistant Teaching Professor
Foley, Daniel dfoley     Instructor/Lecturer
Hatch Moysey, Monica monicahatch 5140 Alden Memorial 215 Adjunct Instructor
Ibbett, David dribbett   Alden Memorial 208 Adjunct Teaching Professor
Kirby, Paul pkirby   Salisbury Laboratories 114 Adjunct Instructor/Lecturer
Lessing, Shana salessing 5214 Salisbury Laboratories Adjunct Instructor/Lecturer
McGill, Samantha sgmcgill     Adjunct Instructor/Lecturer
McKenna, Ryan rpmckenna   Alden Memorial Non-Faculty Research Associate
Minichiello, Stephen sminichiello   Alden Memorial 211 Adjunct Instructor/Lecturer
Muscolino, Stephen     Salisbury Laboratories 114 Adjunct Instructor
Olsen, Douglas daolsen   Alden Memorial 210 Adjunct Instructor/Lecturer
Pietrucha, Matthew mpietrucha   Alden Memorial  Adjunct Instructor/Lecturer
Reinhardt, Jo Ellen jreinhardt   Salisbury Laboratories 114 Adjunct Instructor
Richardson, Carolyn crichardson   Salisbury Laboratories 114 Adjunct Instructor
Scanlon, Olivia     Salisbury Laboratories Adjunct Instructor
Vaudreuil, Alan anvaudreuil 5140 Alden Memorial 215 Adjunct Instructor
Warren, Maria C. mcwarren   Salisbury Laboratories 114 Adjunct Instructor
Weeks, Douglas dweeks   Alden Memorial 215 Adjunct Instructor/Lecturer
Welu, James jawelu 5388 Salisbury Laboratories 035 Adjunct Teaching Professor
Wetters, Brent bawetters 5695 Alden Memorial 211 Adjunct Instructor
Young, Benjamin byoung2   Alden Memorial  Director Jazz History Database
Zhuravleva, Yulia     Alden Memorial Adjunct Instructor/Lecturer

Faculty Emeritus

Faculty E-mail Ext. Office Title
Addison, W. A. Bland addison     Professor Emeritus of History
Dollenmayer, David B. dbd     Professor Emeritus of German
Fontanella, Lee lf     Professor Emeritus of Spanish
Hayes, Edmund M. ehayes     Professor Emeritus of English
Heventhal, Charles R. crh     Professor Emeritus of English
Ljungquist, Kent kpl     Professor Emeritus of English
Manfra, JoAnn jmanfra     Professor Emeritus of History
Menides, Laura J. lmenides     Professor Emeritus of English
Mott, Wesley wmott     Professor Emeritus of English
Parkinson, E. Malcolm emp     Professor Emeritus of History
Shannon, Thomas A. tshannon     Professor Emeritus of Religion
Smith, Ruth rsmith     Professor Emeritus of Religion
Sokal, Michael M. msokal     Professor Emeritus of History
Vick, Susan svick     Professor Emeritus of Drama/Theatre
Zeugner, John jzeugner     Professor Emeritus of History