My research and teaching in the area of popular culture uses critical race, gender, and legal studies to examine the ways in which race, gender, class, and nation intersect in popular culture to produce narratives that help us to understood the structural policies and political systems that both
Theresa Delgadillo's interdisciplinary research and teaching focuses on gender and spirituality; Latin@s in the Midwest; and AfroLatinidad.
Elizabeth Hewitt teaches courses in American literature and culture from the 17th through the 21st centuries.
Professor and Chair of DSEELL, Helena Goscilo has authored or (co-)edited more than twenty volumes, the most recent being Putin as Cultural Icon and Celebrity (2012), Celebr
Alan B. Farmer's research focuses on Shakespeare and early modern drama, the history of the book, England in the 1630s, and seventeenth-century news.