You are here

Graduate Students

Name Contact Specialty Office Hours
Meaghan Anderson-Forbis and05068@umn.edu    
Amber Annis annis027@umn.edu    
Sarah Atwood atwoo049@umn.edu Public history; consumerism and consumer culture; gender, sexuality and women's studies; fashion studies; diversity and inclusion  
Christine Bachman-Sanders bachm087@umn.edu Feminist and queer theory; critical race theory; progressive-era history; empire studies  
Matthew Boynton boynt029@umn.edu black radicalism, labor radicalism, labor union organizaing and history  
Michelle 'Chip' Chang chan1282@umn.edu Asian American studies; critical ethnic studies; Afro-Asian studies  
Kidiocus Carroll carro440@umn.edu Black queer studies; women of color feminisms; black midwest studies; digital blackness; Afrofuturism and Afropessimism  
Rebecca "Agleska" Cohen-Rencountre cohen514@umn.edu Native Feminisms; history; decolonizing methods; gender; sexuality  
Akikwe Cornell corne212@umn.edu 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 doan0044@umn.edu    
Aaron Eddens edden001@umn.edu    
Rene Esparza espar007@umn.edu Queer theory & GLBT history; women of color feminism; urban politics, history, and discourses  
Vanessa Guzman guzma134@umn.edu    
Rachelle Henderson hende694@umn.edu    
Mingwei Huang huan0300@umn.edu    
Robert Humphrey humph274@umn.edu    
Michelle Lee leex8041@umn.edu Asian American Studies; Visual and Material culture; Women of Color Feminisms; Queer Theory; Queer of Color Critique  
Amanda Lugo lugox004@umn.edu Popular culture, critical media studies, race, citizenship, belonging and immigration in the contemporary U.S.  
Mary Marchan march259@umn.edu Queer theory; women of color feminism; transnational feminism; postcolonial and decolonial theory; Filipinx Studies  
Hana Maruyama maruy008@umn.edu Asian American Studies; American Indian and Indigenous Studies; Public history and memory; Critical race and ethnic studies  
Brendan McHugh mchug103@umn.edu AIDS/HIV; history of medicine; queer studies, disability studies; medical anthropology; oral history.  
Andrew McNally mcnal065@umn.edu    
Rose Miron miro0048@umn.edu American Indian history, nationalism and activism; public history, memory studies, community-engaged research methodologies  
Mario Obando oband004@umn.edu    
Soham Patel patel207@umn.edu Theories of Race, Nation, and Empire; Transnational American Studies; Critical Muslim Studies; Decolonial Thought  
Kong Pha phaxx010@umn.edu Southeast Asian American/Hmong communities, Asian American Studies, critical refugee studies, queer theory/queer studies, queer diasporas, US migration and immigration politics  
Kai Pyle pylex044@umn.edu Two-Spirit/queer Indigenous critique, Anishinaabe and Metis history, Indigenous literatures  
Thomas Seweid-DeAngelis deang034@umn.edu Twentieth-century African American history; African American Islam; Black women's radicalism; Black internationalism; surveillance studies  
Robert Smith III smit7169@umn.edu    
Sasha Suarez suare026@umn.edu American Indian history, labor studies, urban history, social movements, indigenous labor theory and discourse  
Matthew Treon treon005@umn.edu Sound Studies, Film/Media, Popular Music, Technology, Production of Urban Space, Sociology, Critical Race Theory, Marxism, Literature  
Reid Uratani urata001@umn.edu    
Joe Whitson whits018@umn.edu Public History, Indigenous Studies, Environmental Humanities, New Media and Social Media  
Lei Zhang zhan3586@umn.edu U.S. Immigration, Chinese diaspora, Chinese American fiction, U.S. China relations