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Contemporary Challenges

Joshua Boucher

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Visiting Instructor, Political Science
Ph.D. (expected 12/18) Baylor University
Fields: American Foreign Policy, International Relations, American Political Thought
Email: jboucher@holycross.edu
Office: Fenwick 321   P.O. Box: 49A   Phone: 508-793-2744 

 

 

 

Laurie Ann Britt-Smith


Director, Center for Writing
Ph.D. St. Louis University
Fields: Rhetoric, Social Justice, Composition Studies, Writing Across the Curriculum, Professional Writing, 19th Century American Literature, Humor Studies Literature
Email: lbrittsm@holycross.edu Phone: (508) 793-3681
Office: Dinand 210
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Danuta Bukatko

Professor, Psychology
Affiliate, Women's and Gender Studies

Ph.D., University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Fields: Child development, cognitive development in early childhood including memory and representation, social cognition, gender-role development
Email:dbukatko@holycross.edu 
Office: Beaven 322 PO Box: 175A Phone: (508) 793-3433
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Pau Cañigueral Batllosera

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Visiting Assistant Professor, Spanish
Ph.D. University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Fields: Spanish Golden Age Literature; Medieval Spanish Literature; Comparative Literature (Castilian-Catalan-Italian)
Email: pcanigue@holycross.edu
Office: Stein 410 

 

 

 

Stephanie Crist

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Lecturer, Montserrat Program and Sociology and Anthropology
Ph.D., Syracuse University
Fields: inequality, hunger, food justice, food studies, nonprofit organizations, research methods, gender and sexuality
Email: scrist@holycross.edu 
Office: Beaven 206 Phone: (508) 793-3597
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Vickie Langohr

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Montserrat Cluster Director, Contemporary Challenges

Associate Professor, Political Science
Ph.D. Columbia University
Fields: Middle East politics, nationalism and democratization; religion and politics
Email: vlangohr@holycross.edu  
Office: 
Fenwick 326 PO Box: 167A Phone: 508-793-2763
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Sanjog Rupakheti

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Assistant Professor, History
Ph.D., Rutgers University
Email: srupakhe@holycross.edu 
Office: O’Kane 391   PO Box: 165 A   Phone: 508-793- 3496
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John T. Anderson

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Professor of Humanities, Mathematics/Computer Science Department
 Ph.D., Brown University, 1986, B.A., Princeton University, 1981
Fields: Several Complex Variables
Email:janderso@holycross.edu 
Office: Fenwick 204 Phone: (508) 793-2530
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Nancy E. Andrews

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Associate Professor, Classics
Ph.D., Harvard University
Fields: Hellenistic poetry, Greek and Roman epic poetry, Greek and Roman mythology
Email:nandrews@holycross.edu 
Office: Fenwick 424   Phone:  508-793-2549 
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Pedrag Cicovacki

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Professor, Philosophy
Ph.D., University of Rochester
Fields: Kant, Dostoevsky, Schweitzer, Gandhi; Problems of evil and violence; Theories of Values
Email: pcicovac@holycross.edu  
Office: Smith 518 Phone: (508) 793 2467
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Matthew Farley

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Visiting Lecturer, Religious Studies
Email: 
mfarley@holycross.edu
Office: Smith Hall 429   Phone: 508-793-3979

 

 

 

 

Jonathan Mulrooney

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Professor, English
(Ph.D. Boston University)
Fields: British Romantic Literature; Romantic-period Theater and Public Culture; Nineteenth-Century British & American Literature; Film; Romantic Historicisms
Email: jmulroon@holycross.edu 
Office: Fenwick 212  Phone: 508-793-3440
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Timothy Joseph

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Associate Professor, Classics
Ph.D., Harvard University
Fields: Latin historiography and epic poetry
Email: tjoseph@holycross.edu 
Office:   Fenwick 427    Phone:   508-793-3780
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Frances Maughan-Brown

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Visiting Assistant Professor, Philosophy
Ph.D., Boston College
Fields: Aesthetics, 19th and 20th Century Continental Philosophy, Kierkegaard, Feminism
Email: fmaughan@holycross.edu
Office: Smith 519    Phone: (508) 793 3453
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William A. Clark, S.J.

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Associate Professor, Religious Studies
S.T.D., Weston Jesuit School of Theolog
Fields: ecclesiology (authority in the Church, Theology of parish, local community); practical and contextual theology; Christian prayer
Email: wclark@holycross.edu  
Office: Smith 433 Phone: 508-793-2717
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Virginia Ryan

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Lecturer, Montserrat Program and Religious Studies
Ph.D., Boston College
Fields: Catholic Theological Ethics, Christian Social Ethics, Bioethics, Environmental Ethics
Email: vryan@holycross.edu
Office: O'Kane 454  Phone: (508)-793-3467
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Global Society

Bridget Franco

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Associate Professor, Spanish
Ph.D. University of California - Irvine
Fields: Contemporary Latin American Literature; 20th- & 21st-Century Southern Cone Literature and Film; Philosophy and Politics in Literature
Email: bfranco@holycross.edu
Office: Stein 412 Phone: (508) 793-2291
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Ellen Lokos

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Lecturer, Montserrat Program and Spanish
Ph.D., Harvard University
Fields: Golden Age Spanish Literature; Women's Writing; Literature & Performance 
Email: elokos@holycross.edu 
Office: Stein 441

 

 

 

Jean Ouédraogo

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Eleanor Howard O’Leary Chair in French/Francophonic Culture, Professor
Ph.D., University of Georgia-Athens
Fields: African and Caribbean Francophone Literatures and Cultures
Email: joean@holycross.edu
Office:   Stein 443     Phone:  508-793-2795
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Victor Pacheco

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Visiting Lecturer, Visual Arts
MFA Rhode Island School of Design
Fields: Sculpture, Visual Arts
Email: vpacheco@holycross.edu  
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Kristina Reardon 


Associate Director, Center for Writing
M.F.A. University of New Hampshire; Ph.D. University of Connecticut
Fields: Writing Centers, Composition Studies, Creative Writing (Fiction), Comparative Literature, 20th Century European Literature (British, Spanish, Slovene, and Italian), Modernism, War and Literature, Human Rights, Humor Studies
Email: kreardon@holycross.edu Phone: (508) 793-2287
Office: Dinand 212
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Noa Shaindlinger

Visiting Assistant Professor, History
Ph.D., University of Toronto
Email: nshaindl@holycross.edu  Phone: 508-793-3966
Office: O'Kane 358
 

 

 

 

Natural World

Rodrigo Fuentes

Assistant Professor, Spanish
Ph.D. Cornell University
Fields: Prose Fiction in Spanish; Narrative and Visual Arts; Central American Testimonial Literature
Email: rfuente@holycross.edu
Office: Stein 410  
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Madigan Haley

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Assistant Professor,  English
(Ph.D. University of Virginia)
Fields: 20th- and 21st-Century British Literature; Comparative World Literatures; Transnational Modernism; History and Theory of the Novel; Postcolonial and Global Studies
Email: mhaley@holycross.edu 
Office: Fenwick 223   Phone: 508-793-2523
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Kendy Hess

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Brake-Smith Associate Professor in Social Philosophy and Ethics, Philosophy
Ph.D., University of Colorado-Boulder
Fields: Ethics; applied ethics (business, professional, and environmental); environmental philosophy; philosophy of the mind; Nietzsche
Email:khess@holycross.edu  
Office: Smith 523 Phone: (508) 793 2574
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Jeannette Jones

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Visiting Assistant Professor, Music
Ph.D., Boston University
Fields:  History, Renaissance, Disability Studies, popular music
Email jdjones@holycross.edu
Office: Brooks 243 Phone: (508) 793-2699
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Julia Paxon

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Montserrat Cluster Director, Natural World

Associate Professor, Biology
Ph.D., Yale University, D.V.M. Tufts University Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine
Fields: Developmental and Regenerative Biology
Email: jpaxson@holycross.edu 
Office: O'Neil 335 Phone: (508) 793-3418
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Sylvia Schmitz-Burgard

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Associate Professor, Program Coordinator German
Ph.D. University of Virginia
Fields: 20th-, 19th-, and 18th-Century German Literature and Culture, Austrian Cultural History, 18th-Century European Novel, Women Writers, Law and Literature, Contemporary Literary Theory
Email: sschmitz@holycross.edu  
Office:  Stein 461   Phone:  508-793-3305
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Christopher Staysniak

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Lecturer, Montserrat Program and History

Visiting Assistant Professor, Montserrat
Ph.D., Boston College
Email:cstaysni@holycross.edu
 

 

 

 

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Renee Beard

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Associate Professor, Sociology and Anthropology
Ph.D., University of California, San Francisco
Fields: medical sociology, social gerontology, illness narratives, Alzheimer's, social movements
Emailrbeard@holycross.edu 
Office: Beaven 218  Phone: (508) 793-3054
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Lauren Capotosto

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Assistant Professor and Joseph H. Maguire '58 Fellow in Education
Ed. D., Harvard Graduate School of Education
Fields: literacy development and instruction across the lifespan, home-school engagement, research methods in education
Email: lcapotos@holycross.edu  
Office: Stein 437 PO Box: EDUC Phone: 508-793-3755
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Morris Collins
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Lecturer, Montserrat Program and English
MFA
The Pennsylvania State University
Email: mcollins@holycross.edu
Office: Fenwick 218  Phone:  508-793-2333
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Ericka Fisher

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Associate Professor, Department Chair Education
Ed. D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Fields: Educational psychology, school counseling, multicultural education, social justice education, qualitative research methods in urban settings
Email: efisher@holycross.edu   
Office: Stein 436 PO Box: EDUC Phone: 508-793-3732
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Helen Freear-Papio

Director of the Foreign Language Assistants Program
Senior Lecturer

Ph.D. University of Connecticut
Fields: Contemporary Spanish Drama written by Women; 20th Century Drama and Novel; Directed Independent Language Instruction; Technology in the Language Classroom
Email: hfreear@holycross.edu
Office: Stein 458  Phone: (508) 793-2765
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Mark Freeman

Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Society
Ph.D., University of Chicago
Fields: History and philosophy of psychology; the self; narrative psychology; psychology of art and creativity
Email:mfreeman@holycross.edu 
Office: Beaven 331  PO Box: 26A  Phone: (508) 793-3081
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Leah Hager Cohen

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James N. and Sarah L. O'Reilly Barrett Professor in Creative Writing
M.S., Columbia University
Fields: Creative Writing: Fiction and Nonfiction; Ethics of Storytelling
Email: lcohen@holycross.edu
Office: Fenwick 218    Phone: 508-793-3437
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Neal E. Lipsitz

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Lecturer, Psychology
Ph.D., Boston College
Fields: Counseling
Email:nlipsitz@holycross.edu 
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Elizabeth O'Connell-Inman

Director of the Directed Independent Spanish and Pedagogical Coordinator
Senior Lecturer

M.A. Brown University
Fields: Technology in the Language Classroom; Directed Independent Language Instruction; Contemporary Latin American Literature
Email: einman@holycross.edu
Office: Stein 312 Phone: (508) 793-3412
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Justin D. Poché

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Associate Professor, History
Ph.D., University of Notre Dame
Fields: Catholicism in the U. S. United States History, 1865-Present; American Religious History;
Latin American History; U.S. Latino/a History
Email: jpoche@holycross.edu
Office: O'Kane 390Phone: (508) 793-3448
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Megan Ross

Visiting Assistant Professor, Music
Ph.D., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Fields: Critical Reception Theory, Beethoven Studies, Hip-Hop
Email: mross@holycross.edu
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Karen Teitel

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Associate Professor
Program Coordinator, Accounting Program

Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Fields: Financial Reporting
Email: kteitel@holycross.edu  
Office: Stein 537    Phone:  508-793-2679
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