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Graduate Students

Name Contact Specialty Office Hours
Meaghan Anderson-Forbis    
Amber Annis    
Sarah Atwood Public history; consumerism and consumer culture; gender, sexuality and women's studies; fashion studies; diversity and inclusion  
Christine Bachman-Sanders Feminist and queer theory; critical race theory; progressive-era history; empire studies  
Matthew Boynton black radicalism, labor radicalism, labor union organizaing and history  
Michelle 'Chip' Chang Asian American studies; critical ethnic studies; Afro-Asian studies  
Kidiocus Carroll Black queer studies; women of color feminisms; black midwest studies; digital blackness; Afrofuturism and Afropessimism  
Rebecca "Agleska" Cohen-Rencountre Native Feminisms; history; decolonizing methods; gender; sexuality  
Akikwe Cornell American Indian/indigenous studies; American Indian representations; popular culture, race and ethnicity; film and media studies; American Indian literatures and theories; American Indian history, colonialism and imperialism  
Jennifer Doane    
Aaron Eddens    
Rene Esparza Queer theory & GLBT history; women of color feminism; urban politics, history, and discourses  
Vanessa Guzman    
Rachelle Henderson    
Mingwei Huang    
Robert Humphrey    
Michelle Lee Asian American Studies; Visual and Material culture; Women of Color Feminisms; Queer Theory; Queer of Color Critique  
Amanda Lugo Popular culture, critical media studies, race, citizenship, belonging and immigration in the contemporary U.S.  
Mary Marchan Queer theory; women of color feminism; transnational feminism; postcolonial and decolonial theory; Filipinx Studies  
Hana Maruyama Asian American Studies; American Indian and Indigenous Studies; Public history and memory; Critical race and ethnic studies  
Brendan McHugh AIDS/HIV; history of medicine; queer studies, disability studies; medical anthropology; oral history.  
Andrew McNally    
Rose Miron American Indian history, nationalism and activism; public history, memory studies, community-engaged research methodologies  
Mario Obando    
Soham Patel Theories of Race, Nation, and Empire; Transnational American Studies; Critical Muslim Studies; Decolonial Thought  
Kong Pha Southeast Asian American/Hmong communities, Asian American Studies, critical refugee studies, queer theory/queer studies, queer diasporas, US migration and immigration politics  
Kai Pyle Two-Spirit/queer Indigenous critique, Anishinaabe and Metis history, Indigenous literatures  
Thomas Seweid-DeAngelis Twentieth-century African American history; African American Islam; Black women's radicalism; Black internationalism; surveillance studies  
Robert Smith III    
Sasha Suarez American Indian history, labor studies, urban history, social movements, indigenous labor theory and discourse  
Matthew Treon Sound Studies, Film/Media, Popular Music, Technology, Production of Urban Space, Sociology, Critical Race Theory, Marxism, Literature  
Reid Uratani    
Joe Whitson Public History, Indigenous Studies, Environmental Humanities, New Media and Social Media  
Lei Zhang U.S. Immigration, Chinese diaspora, Chinese American fiction, U.S. China relations