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Carolina Diversity Postdoctoral Fellow

Amanda Martinez

ACLS Emerging Voices Fellow

Jordan Lovejoy

Adjunct Professors

Daniel Anderson (English and Comparative Literature), Fitzhugh Brundage (History), Maggie Cao (Art History), Claude Clegg (African, African American, and Diaspora Studies; History), Kathleen DuVal (History), Lawrence Grossberg (Communication), Philip Gura (English and Comparative Literature), Glenn D. Hinson (Anthropology)1, Heidi Kim (English and Comparative Literature), Jocelyn Neal (Music)1, Michael Palm (Communication), Eliza Richards (English and Comparative Literature), Jane Thrailkill (English and Comparative Literature), Timothy Tyson (Center for Documentary Studies at Duke), Ariana Vigil (Women’s and Gender Studies).

Core members of the Folklore program

Affiliated Faculty

Anna Agba-Davies (Anthropology), Danielle Christmas (English and Comparative Literature), Tyree Daye (English and Comparative Literature), María DeGuzmán (English and Comparative Literature), Candace Epp-Robertson (English and Comparative Literature), Rebecka Rutledge Fisher (English and Comparative Literature), Juliane Hammer (Religious Studies), Jillian Hinderliter, (Women’s and Gender Studies), Danielle Hiraldo (Director, American Indian Center), Jordynn Jack (English and Comparative Literature), Martin Johnson (English and Comparative Literature), Scott Kirsch (Geography), Valerie Lambert (Anthropology), Hassan Melehy (Romance Studies), Danielle Purifoy (Geography), Angela Stuesse (Anthropology), John Sweet (History), Matthew Taylor (English and Comparative Literature), Katherine Turk (History), Benjamin Waterhouse (History), Harry Watson (History), Molly Worthen (History)

Professors Emeriti

Robert Allen, Marcie Cohen Ferris, William Ferris, Peter Filene, Jacquelyn Dowd Hall, Bernard Herman1, John Kasson, Joy Kasson, Daniel W. Patterson, Theda Perdue, Charles Gordon Zug.