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Raymond J. Haberski, Jr. (Director)

[Photo]: Raymond J. Haberski, Jr.

Campus Address: CA 503C
Phone: (317)278-1019
Email: haberski@iupui.edu
Appointments: Professor of History Director of American Studies Adjunct Professor of Film Studies, Department of English Project Director, Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture Faculty, Institute for American Thought
Academic Interests: U.S. Intellectual History, American Studies, American cultural history, American religious history, history of movie culture, transnational intellectual history, civil religion, American Catholic history, just war theory
Teaching: 20th Century U.S. history, U.S. intellectual history,American Studies, movies and American culture, American cultural history, American religious history
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M. A. Coleman

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Email: martcole@iupui.edu
Appointments: Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy
Adjunct Associate Professor, American Studies Program
Director and Editor, Santayana Edition
Academic Interests: American Philosophy, George Santayana, John Dewey
Teaching: Introduction to Philosophy, Logic, Ethics, American Philosophy, George Santayana, John Dewey, History of Philosophy, Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program
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Jonathan R. Eller

[Photo]: Jonathan R. Eller

Campus Address: CA 121A
Phone: (317)274-1451
Fax: (317)274-2170
Email: jeller@iupui.edu
Appointments: Chancellor's Professor of English
Adjunct Professor of American Studies
Senior Textual Editor, Institute for American Thought
Director, Center for Ray Bradbury Studies
General Editor, The Collected Stories of Ray Bradbury
General Editor, The New Ray Bradbury Review
Advising Textual Editor, Santayana Edition
Academic Interests: American literature, literature and science, textual studies with an emphasis on the work of Ray Bradbury, science fiction and fantasy, and the history of publishing.
Teaching: Core courses and electives for the scholarly editing concentration of the graduate research certificate program in Professional Editing, School of Liberal Arts.
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Philip Goff

[Photo]: Philip Goff

Campus Address: CA 417G
Phone: (317)274-8410
Fax: (317)278-3354
Email: pgoff@iupui.edu
Appointments: Executive Director of the Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture
Professor of Religious Studies and American Studies
Academic Interests: American Religious History
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Nancy D. Goldfarb

[Photo]: Nancy D. Goldfarb

Campus Address: Taylor Hall (UC) 2001F
Phone: (317)278-8431
Email: ngoldfar@iupui.edu
Appointments: Senior Lecturer, English and University College
Academic Interests: Melville and charity, literary and textual theory, comparative literature
Teaching: Literary Masterpieces (ENG L213), Literary Interpretation (ENG L202), Introduction to Poetry (ENG L205), Textual Theory, Textual Criticism, and Editing (ENG L680), First Year Seminar (SLA S100 and UCOL U110)
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John Gosney

Campus Address: IT 225
Phone: (317) 278-1570
Email: jgosney@iu.edu
Appointments: Fauclty Liaison, Learning Technologies - UITS Lecturer in American Studies
Academic Interests: Modern American literature, popular culture, technology
Teaching: The Beat Generation (A303) American Supernatural (A303) American Cyber Identity (A303) The Literature of Rock 'n' Roll (A303)
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Sara Anne Hook

[Photo]: Sara Anne Hook

Campus Address: IT589
Phone: (317) 278-7690
Fax: (317)278-7669
Email: sahook@iupui.edu
Appointments: Professor of Informatics and Program Director, Informatics Core, Indiana University School of Informatics, IUPUI. Adjunct Professor of American Studies, School of Liberal Arts, IUPUI.
Academic Interests: Professor Hook’s research interests include intellectual property law, the emerging field of legal informatics, electronic discovery, legal technology, professional ethics and issues related to the privacy and security of legal and health information.
Teaching: INFO I330 Legal and Social Informatics of Security; INFO I470 Litigation Support Systems and Courtroom Presentations; INFO I445 Competitive Intelligence for Informatics I; INFO I550 Legal and Business Issues in Informatics, INFO I453 Computer and Information Ethics, INFO I410 Electronic Discovery, INFO I350 Foundations in Legal Informatics, NEWM N480 Technology and the Law. Also taught A303 Music and Decorative Arts in American Studies and two courses at the School of Law - intellectual property law and professional responsiblity.
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Nathan Houser (Retired)

[Photo]: Nathan Houser

Appointments: Professor Emeritus of Philosophy Founding Directory, Institute for American Thought Senior Fellow, Institute for American Thought
Academic Interests: American thought
Pragmatism
Thought of C. S. Peirce
Formal semiotics
History of logic
Critical Editing
Theory of Text

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John R. Kaufman-McKivigan

[Photo]: John R. Kaufman-McKivigan

Campus Address: CA 531
Phone: (317)274-5860
Fax: (317)278-7800
Email: jmckivig@iupui.edu
Appointments: Mary O'Brien Gibson Professor of History, Africana Studies
Academic Interests: Nineteenth-century U.S. history (the Antebellum, Civil War and Reconstruction eras), American reform movements, and American ethnic history, American labor history
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Jason M. Kelly

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Campus Address: UL 4115T
Phone: (317)274-1689
Fax: (317)278-7800
Email: jaskelly@iupui.edu
Appointments: Director
IUPUI Arts and Humanities Institute

Associate Professor of British History
Department of History

Adjunct Associate Professor
Africana Studies Program

Adjunct Associate Professor
American Studies Program

Director
IUPUI-Newcastle Exchange Program

Academic Interests: eighteenth-century Britain, history of archaeology, history of art and architecture, history of environment, Anthropocene, history of science, gender and masculinity, historiography and theory
Teaching: Undergraduate Courses: Western Civilization, World History, Modern British History, Enlightenment Europe, Eighteenth-Century Britain, Gender in Modern Britain, Comparative British Imperialisms, Scientific Revolutions in Europe, Modern History of Science, The Making of the English Working Classes

Graduate Courses: Britain's Long Eighteenth Century, Gender in Enlightenment Britain, Digital History, Historiography and Theory
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Thomas Marvin

[Photo]: Thomas  Marvin

Campus Address: CA 501J
Phone: (317)274-9844
Email: tmarvin1@iupui.edu
Appointments: Associate Professor of English
Adjunct Associate Professor of American Studies
Director, The Sam Masarachia Scholars Program
Academic Interests: American literature, African-American literature, American Studies, labor studies.
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Courtney Elkin Mohler

[Photo]: Courtney Elkin Mohler

Campus Address: AD4058
Phone: (317)274-4511
Email: comohler@iupui.edu
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Nancy Marie Robertson

[Photo]: Nancy Marie Robertson

Campus Address: CA 503T
Phone: (317)274-8017
Fax: 317/278-7800
Email: nmrobert@iupui.edu
Appointments: Associate Professor of History and Philanthropic Studies
Adjunct Associate Professor of Women's Studies
Adjunct Associate Professor of American Studies
Faculty of the University Graduate School
Director of Graduate Studies
Academic Interests: U.S. history; late nineteenth and twentieth centuries; American philanthropy; women; religion; U.S. race relations; women and banking; and history of citizenship.
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Susan C. Shepherd

[Photo]: Susan C. Shepherd

Campus Address: CA 501U
Phone: (317)274-0090
Email: sshephe@iupui.edu
Appointments: Associate Professor of English
Academic Interests: Sociolinguistics; language rights, minority languages, and access to healthcare in Kenya; language and oppression, especially with regard to Black English, Deaf communities, pidgins and creoles, and issues of gender; language and culture; the history of English; child language acquisition
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Peter J. Thuesen

[Photo]: Peter J. Thuesen

Campus Address: CA 417D
Phone: (317)274-5942
Fax: (317)278-3354
Email: pthuesen@iupui.edu
Appointments: Professor of Religious Studies
Adjunct Professor of American Studies
Co-Editor, Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation
Director of Humanities Research, Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture
Academic Interests: U.S. religious history; Christian thought; the Bible in American culture; religion, weather, and the sublime; theological debates over predestination, providence, and theodicy; Catholic-Protestant relations in the U.S.; Mormonism and American culture; history of the book in colonial British America
Teaching: REL-R133 (Introduction to Religion), REL-R103 (The Bible and Culture), REL-R173 (American Religions), REL-R180 (Introduction to Christianity), REL-R313 (Religion and American Ideas), REL-R314 (Religion and Racism), REL-R339 (Varieties of American Religion), REL-R397 (Mormonism and American Culture)
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Marianne S. Wokeck

[Photo]: Marianne S. Wokeck

Campus Address: ES 0017N
Phone: (317)274-5820
Fax: (317)278-2525
Email: mwokeck@iupui.edu
Appointments: Chancellor's Professor of History
Adjunct Professor of American Studies, Women's Studies, and University College
Director of the Institute for American Thought
Senior Editor of the Santayana Edition
Fellow of the Max Kade German-American Studies Center
Academic Interests: American history, colonial and Revolutionary history, history of the Atlantic world 1500-1800, immigration and ethnicity, and women's history, scholarly editing.
Teaching: Early American history,
immigration and ethnic history,
women's history,
documentary editing
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Michael W Allen

Campus Address: CA313
Phone: (317) 274-2174
Email:
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