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Departments: AN (Anthropology), FLL (Foreign Languages & Literature), GEO (Geography), HY (History), MCOB (Mitchell College of Business), PHL (Philosophy), PSC (Political Science)

 

Areas of Expertise: AS (Asian Studies), ES (European Studies), IB (International Business), IR (International Relations), LAS (Latin American Studies), MES (Middle East Studies)

  • Dr. Isabel Brown -- FLL -- LAS
  • Dr. Claire Cage -- HY -- ES
  • Dr. Erwei Dong -- LS --IR/AS
  • Dr. Nader Entessarr -- PSC --IR/MES
  • Dr. Elwood Hannum -- HY -- ES
  • Dr. Robert Houston -- HY -- IR
  • Dr. Zohair Husain -- PSC -- AS/IR/MES
  • Dr. Zoya Kahn -- FLL -- LAS
  • Dr. Mara Kozelsky -- HY -- AS/ES
  • Dr. Christine Lindeman -- VA -- ES
  • Dr. Eric Loomis -- PHL -- AS
  • Dr. Mihaela Marin -- FLL -- ES
  • Dr. Susan McCready -- FLL -- ES
  • Dr. Harry Miller -- HY --AS
  • Dr. Marc Moberg -- AN -- LAS
  • Dr. Joe Mozur -- FLL -- ES
  • Dr. Genevra Murray -- AN -- AS/IR
  • Dr. Mollie Nouwen -- HY -- LAS
  • Ms Terri Rice -- FLL -- LAS
  • Dr. Chrintine Rinne -- FLL --ES
  • Dr. Roberto Robles-Valencia --  FLL --ES
  • Dr. Daniel Rogers-- HY -- ES
  • Dr. Roy Ryder -- GEO -- LAS
  • Dr. Alex Sharland -- MCOB -- IB
  • Dr. Michele Strong -- HY -- ES
  • Dr. James Swofford -- MCOB -- IB
  • Dr. Rebecca Williams -- HY -- AS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Faculty News:

INTERNATIONAL STUDIES WELCOMES NEW FACULTY AFFILIATES

 

 The International Studies Program recognizes Faculty members throughout the University who contribute to making the program a success, through their research, teaching and service. 

Four new Faculty Affiliates were named this year:

Dr. Claire Cage is an Assistant Professor of History in the College of Arts and Sciences.  Dr. Cage is a specialist in 18th and 19th Century French history.

Dr. Erwei Dong is an Assistant Professor of Leisure Studies in the College of Education.  He works on cross-cultural leisure and health.

Dr. Christine Lindeman is an Assistant Professor of Art History in the College of Arts and Sciences and a specialist in early modern European Art.

Dr. Roberto  Robles-Valencia is an Assistant Professor of Spanish, in the College of Arts and Sciences.  His research and teaching focus on 19th, 20th and 21st Century Spanish cultural studies, literature and film.

 

 

 

For information contact: Dr. Susan McCready, 322 Humanities Bldg., Mobile, AL 36688, 251-461-1456, smccread@southalabama.edu