Interdisciplinary Studies

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Jessica Beard

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Christopher Powell

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Carol Manahan

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Genine Lentine

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Amy Glasenapp

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Janelle Adsit

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Anh Thang Dao

Anh Thang Dao received her PhD in American Studies and Ethnicity from the University of Southern California. Dao's dissertation titled "Writing Exile: Vietnamese Literature in the Diaspora" conceptualizes a deterritorialized notion of exile through the example of Vietnamese diasporic literature in the United States, France and Germany. Anh Thang is currently working on her book project about undocumented Vietnamese women in post-socialist Europe and Southeast Asian women in the United States.

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Liz Demi Green

Liz Demi Green is an award-winning playwright, poetry slam champion, and emerging novelist. Her writing has been published in several journals and anthologies; she has featured at numerous venues and been a part of three national theater festivals. She was a 2010 Lambda Literary Emerging Voices Fellow and attended Tin House Writers’ Workshop in 2012 for her fiction writing. She has an MFA in Creative Writing from Mills and a BA in American Culture from Vassar College. She was accepted into the Catwalk Artists’ Residency in 2013.

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Jill Miller

Jill Miller is an art practitioner who works collaboratively with communities and individuals. Working with maternal knowledge and the maternal body, her recent experiments and cultural probes challenge issues of ownership, identity and status quo. She presents her work with humor, curiosity and often reverence, recontextualizing objects, images and processes in order to look deeper within them. Born in Illinois, she received her MFA in from the University of California, Los Angeles and her BA from the University of California, Berkeley, in English.

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Raymond Kania

I am a classicist whose research interests include bucolic poetry (especially Virgil’s Eclogues) and the relationship (in classical texts and others) between narrative structure and the visual imagination. I have taught many ancient Greek and Roman texts in translation and the original languages, as well as courses on such topics as rhetoric, ancient Greek drama and poetics, and the philosophy of religion.

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