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.

Jason Frank

Professor of Government (Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University) Office: 307 White Hall Email: jf273@cornell.edu Areas of interest: Modern and contemporary political theory; American political thought; democratic theory; political culture.