Lecturer in Sociology and Global Studies, National University of Singapore (2016-present)
Global Studies; Early Modern Literature and Culture; Sovereignty and theories of government; Women and Gender Studies; History and Historiography
20th/21st century American studies; global studies; race and ethnicity; law and literature; cultural theory; performance studies.
twentieth- and twenty-first-century literature, poetry and poetics, world literature, global studies, postcolonial literature, comparative literature, theories of translation, ethics, political philosophy
19th, 20th, 21st century literatures; global studies; modernism and modernity studies; colonial/postcolonial/Empire studies; the novel; film, media, new media studies; critical and political theory; aesthetics and philosophy; queer and feminist theory; visual culture; the Global South; critical geography; Global Wests, American West; eco-critical studies and activism; precarity, labor, poverty, class; mass culture, TV studies; classics; the epic; Irish literature and culture; contemporary global fiction; science; mysticism.
Baba Sillah, is a doctoral student at Sophia University, in Tokyo, Japan. He researches in the areas of agrarian studies, comparative politics, and political governance and development, in the multidisciplinary field of Global Studies. He can be reached through email: b-sillah-8×firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Dara E. Goldman is an Associate Professor of Spanish, specializing in contemporary Caribbean and Latin American literatures and cultures, gender and sexualities studies and cultural studies. She is the author of Out of Bounds: Islands and the Demarcation of Identity in the Hispanic Caribbean (Bucknell Univ. Press, 2008) and has also published numerous articles on how Caribbean identities are represented in contemporary literature and film. Professor Goldman has served as Director of the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies/Lemann Institute for Brazilian Studies and also holds appointments as Affiliate Faculty in several camps units, including the Program in Comparative and World Literatures, Center for Global Studies, Gender and Women’s Studies, the Program in Jewish Culture and Society, Latina/Latino Studies, the Unit for Criticism and Interpretative Theory, and Women & Gender in a Global Perspective.
Alexa teaches Shakespeare, performance, film, literary theory and globalization studies at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. Her teaching and publications are unified by a commitment to understanding the mobility of early modern and postmodern cultures in their literary, performative, and digital forms of expression. https://chroniclevitae.com/people/1048183-alexa-alice-joubin/profile
Brother Lawrence A. Whitney, PhD, LC† has served as University Chaplain at Boston University since 2007 where he also completed the PhD in philosophical and comparative theology in 2019. Professed and a priest in the Lindisfarne Community, he is also a Fellow at the Institute for Culture, Religion, and World Affairs at the Pardee School of Global Studies, Boston University, on the board of directors of Convergence on Campus, and President of the North American Paul Tillich Society.
Postcolonial Studies, Globalization, Feminist and Gender Studies, Urban Studies