Glenn Altschuler

The Thomas and Dorothy Litwin Professor of American Studies; Dean of Continuing Education and Summer Session (Ph.D., Cornell University) Office: B20 Day Hall Email: gca1@cornell.edu Areas of Interest: American culture, American politics, American popular culture, history of education in America.

Richard Bensel

Gary S. Davis Professor of Government (Ph.D., Cornell University) Office: 312 White Hall Email: rfb2@cornell.edu Areas of Interest: American political development; political economy, state theory, political culture.

Jeremy Braddock

Associate Professor of English (Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania) Office: 241 Goldwin Smith Hall Email: jb358@cornell.edu Areas of interest: Twentieth-century American literature and culture, with special interest in modernism, cultural institutions, media and book history.

Mary Pat Brady

Associate Professor of English (Ph.D., University of California-Los Angeles) Office: 281 Goldwin Smith Hall Email: mpb23@cornell.edu Areas of interest: U.S. Latino and Latina literatures and cultures; cultural studies, American multi-ethnic literatures.

Derek Chang

Associate Professor of History (Ph.D., Duke University) Office: 454 McGraw Hall Email: dsc37@cornell.edu Areas of interest: Asian American, African American, and 19th Century U.S. history; U.S. race relations; American religion.

Eric T. Cheyfitz

Ernest I. White Professor of American Studies and Humane Letters (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University) Office: 157 Goldwin Smith Hall Email: etc7@cornell.edu Areas of Interest: American literature, federal Indian law.

Ella Diaz

Assistant Professor of English and Latina/o Studies, (Ph.D., College of William and Mary) Office: 65 Goldwin Smith Hall Email: emd233@cornell.edu Areas of interest: U.S. Latina/o and Chicana/o literatures and visual cultures.

Cheryl Finley

Associate Professor of History of Art, (Ph.D., Yale University) Office: GM04 Goldwin Smith Hall Email: cf86@cornell.edu Areas of interest: African American and African Diaspora art history and visual culture, cultural memory theory, history of photography, the art market, musuem studies, African architecture, cultural heritage tourism.