Globalization and Immigration, Identity Politics, Middle East, Trauma Studies
Early African American Cinema--focus on women, Early Cinema, African American Cinema, Film Studies, Critical Race Theory, D.C. History
Fanship Studies, Pop Culture
Techno-religion, religious conservatism, neoliberal political economy, cultural politics, social/cultural resistance, social movements, digital activism.
Ethics with interest in phenomenology, deconstruction, Kantian aesthetics, especially the sublime
Medieval gender and sexuality, codes of normativity in gender and sexuality, neo-medievalism, popular culture, social institutionalism, medieval queenship, sociohistorical construction of heteronormative masculinity, collegiate masculinity, and collegiate sexual expression
Gender and Sexuality; mass and popular culture; social media/digital ethnography; disability, historical and modern US culture.
Race/ethnicity, biopolitics, African American Studies
Police reform, undercover surveillance in New York City history.
Non-normative genders, the construction of gender, TV/film/media, the U.S. security state and queer bodies. The figure of the queer child/trans child
Linguistics, Russian Language, Literature and History
Popular culture, surrealism, postcolonial literature
Mass and popular culture, neoliberalism, media studies, and critical theory
Africana Studies; Collective & Institutional Memory; Libraries & Librarianship
Feminist and queer anthropology, ethnography, bodies and embodiment, gender and sexuality, drag performance
Black feminism, Black Marxism, Media Studies, Literature and Black identity.
Migration, diaspora, political economy, digital activism, language politics, gender, international development, religion, ethnography, Central Asia, Tajikistan
- Narratology and narrative theory - Visual Culture - Media studies
Film & visual culture, politics of aesthetics, culture and political economy, globalization, American and southern studies
Medievalism, Academia as Culture, The Significance of Library Collections.
Film & television, American popular culture, digital & social media
Black History with a focus on Caribbean American experiences, Black feminism, youth development and community organizing
Social Movement Studies, affect theory, Gender and Sexuality Studies, New Media Theory and Network Studies
Museum studies, memory studies, dissensus, political subjectivity, and cultural policy
Cinema studies, genre cinema theory, decolonization, Puerto Rican identity studies, queer and feminist media studies
Cultural musicology and musical semiotics, affect theory, popular culture, memory studies, media and technology, social activism
Cultural study of science and technology, culture and political economy, environment and culture, visual culture
Diaspora, South Asian-American studies, transnational feminisms, disability, queer bodies, non-dominant epistemologies, critical pedagogy, governmentality and empire
Gender and sexuality, queer and feminist theory, transgender studies, disability theory, literary theory and criticism, media representation, identity formation and performance, human rights movements
Gender, sexuality & globalization; transnational feminism; postfeminism; political economy; migration; Africana studies; coloniality of being.
Immersive art practices, cultural psychology, narrative identity theories, mass culture.
Social institutions, rhetoric/literature and politics, social control.
Film and media, popular culture, psychoanalysis, gender and sexuality, transnationalism
Algorithms; Media; Film and Visual Studies; Psychoanalysis; Subjectivity; Globalization
Marxist political economy, Frankfurt school, uneven and combined development, globalization theory, international relations, nationalism, visual culture, the holocaust, celebrity studies, North Korean culture
Museums, globalization, art, sociology of culture, museum studies, critical theory, art theory, art historiography, Arab States of the Persian Gulf