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Archive of 2010 Program

Profiles and Contact Information for 2010 Faculty and Participants

  • Ambrose, Shannon. Assistant Professorial Lecturer, Saint Xavier University.
  • Blurton, Heather. Assistant Professor of English, University of California at Santa Barbara.
  • Cooper, Tracey-Anne. Assistant Professor, St. John’s University.
  • Danielson, Sigrid. Assistant Professor of Art and Design, Grand Valley State University.
  • Devir, Nathan P. Visiting Instructor of Modern Hebrew and International Studies, Middlebury College.
  • Drucker, Sally. Associate Professor, Nassau Community College.
  • Evitt, Regula. Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Colorado College.
  • Falk, Brooke. Rutgers University. Ph.D. candidate, Art History, Rutgers University.
  • Houlik-Ritchey, Emily.. Ph.D. candidate, Middle English literature and Spanish literature, Indiana University at Bloomington.
  • Jost, Jean. Professor, Bradley University.
  • Majkut, Paul. Professor, National University at San Diego.
  • McGrath, Kate. Assistant Professor, Central Connecticut State University.
  • Michelson, Marty. Associate Professor of History, Southern Nazarene University.
  • Meier, David. Professor, Dickinson State University.
  • Neville, Robyn. Ph.D. candidate, Philosophy, Emory University.
  • Parks, Annette. Associate Professor of History, University of Evansville.
  • Pettit, Peter. Assistant Professor of Religious Studies and Director, The Institute for Jewish-Christian Understanding, Muhlenberg College.
  • Pugh, Tison. Associate Professor of English, University of Central Florida.
  • Quinn, William. Professor of English, University of Arkansas.
  • Sandman, Israel. Research Fellow, University College London.
  • Simon, Larry. Associate Professor of History, Western Michigan University.
  • Stuckey, Jace. Assistant Professor of History, Marymount University.
  • Whitworth, Amy. Assistant Professor in Philosophy, San Antonio College.
  • Witt, Jeffrey. Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Loyola University Maryland.