The departmental faculty includes more than two dozen full-time members who are leading scholars in their respective fields and who have produced an impressive variety of academic and creative works. Our instructors have backgrounds in various languages, philosophy, history, anthropology, political science and more.
Cultural Studies; Critical Ethnic Studies; Critical Theory; Research Methods and Methodologies; Post-Colonial Studies; Critical Media Studies; Globalization and Culture; Middle Eastern Cultural Studies; and American Studies.
Courses taught include: Self and Identity: the Mind–Body Question, The Psychology of Consciousness, Freud and His Legacy in Twentieth Century Arts, Drugs and the Brain, Evolution of the Mind, Soul, Country and USA, and Emotions.
French and European History; the French Revolution; the Enlightenment; the history of taste and consumption in France; intellectual and cultural history; history of the emotions; food history; history of gardens
Cultural, Media, Urban Studies: theory and global urban issues, Literary Studies related to French, African and Black World Studies, French and Francophone language, Culture, Civilization and Literature in global context.