Affiliate Faculty

There are approximately 64 Affiliate Faculty spread across 22 departments and programs. For more information on how you can incorporate Affiliate Faculty into your course of study, download the Affiliate Faculty Directory below.

African American Studies

Sharon Harley

Joseph Richardson



Judith N. Freidenberg

Mark P. Leone

Paul A. Shackel



Isabelle J. Gournay


Art History & Archaeology

Franklin Kelly

Renee Ater



James Klump


Comparative Literature

Ralph Bauer

Regina Harrison

Zita Nunes

Randy Ontiveros

Sangeeta Ray

Orrin Wang


Computer Science

Ben A. Shneiderman



Alberto Cabrera (EDUC)

Victoria Maria McDonald (EDCI)

Nelly Stromquist (EDUC)



Jonathan Auerbach

Ralph Bauer

Sharada Balachandran Orihuela

Charles A. Caramello (Dean of the Graduate School)

William Cohen

Jane L. Donawerth

Matthew G. Kirschenbaum

Robert S. Levine

Marilee Lindemann

Zita Nunes

Randy Ontiveros

Barry L. Pearson

Sangeeta Ray

Brian Richardson

Martha Nell Smith

Mary Helen Washington

Orrin Wang

David Wyatt



Carolyn Eades



Martha Geores


Government & Politics

Mark A. Graber


Historic Preservation

Isabelle J. Gournay

Donald Linebaugh



Elsa Barkley-Brown

Ira Berlin, Distinguished University Professor

David Freund

Saverio Giovacchini

Julie Greene

Sonya Michel

Robyn L. Muncy

Leslie Rowland

David B. Sicilia

Madeline Zilfi



Mark Feldstein



Patrick Warfield



James Maffie


Plant Science and Landscape Architecture

Jack Sullivan


Public Policy

Robert T. Grimm Jr.



William W. Falk

George Ritzer, Distinguished University Professor


Spanish & Portuguese

Regina Harrison

Juan Carlos Quintero-Herencia

Ana Patricia Rodriguez



Faedra Carpenter


Urban Studies

Sidney Brower

Marie Howland

Willow Lung Amam


Women’s Studies

A. Lynn Bolles

Bonnie Thornton Dill (Dean of the College of Arts & Humanities)

Seung-kyung Kim

Katherine R. King

Deborah Rosenfelt

Michele Rowley

Ruth Zambrana


See individual department Web sites and Testudo for more information about their current research interests, selected publications, and relevant courses taught.