Program in Scripture and the Arts Faculty Committee

Frank J. Korom, Faculty Coordinator
Professor of Religion & Anthropology. Areas of interest are South Asia, Tibet, Caribbean, performance, visual culture, globalization, transnationalism, and diasporas.
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Amy Appleford, Associate Professor of English
Middle English literature, Medieval and Tudor drama, Chaucer, Pre-modern religious culture and literature, Early women’s writing, Performance theory and criticism
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ON LEAVE AY 2016-17




Phil Haberkern, Assistant Professor of History
Early modern European history; religion, memory, reformation, urban societies
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Catherine Hudak Klancer, Lecturer in the CAS Core Curriculum
Intersection of religion, politics, and ethics; Christianity and Confucianism
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Irit Kleiman Associate Professor of Romance Studies, Director of Medieval Studies
Medieval and Renaissance French literature and culture
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Stephanie Nelson, Assistant Dean, College of Arts and Sciences
Director, Core Curriculum; Associate Professor of Classical Studies
Greek and Roman epic; reception of classical literature; Joyce
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ON LEAVE AY 2016-17