David Suisman

David Suisman specializes in cultural history, the history of music, sound studies, and the history of capitalism. His scholarly interests also include media studies, the history of the senses, the history of emotions, the history of film and photography, intellectual property, and critical theory. Prof. Suisman received his B.A. from […]

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Monica Dominguez-Torres

Professor Mónica Domínguez Torres specializes in the art of the early modern Iberian world, with particular interest in the cross-cultural exchanges that took place across Spain and the Americas during the period 1500-17​00. She received a B.A. in Art History from the Universidad Central de Venezuela, a Masters in Museum Studies […]

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Sean Zdenek

Sean Zdenek is associate professor of technical and professional writing at the University of Delaware, and serves as the department’s Director of Graduate Studies. His research interests include web accessibility, disability studies, sound studies, and rhetorical theory and criticism. Prior to joining the Department of English in 2017, Dr. Zdenek […]

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Alison Parker

​Alison M. Parker is the Chair and a Professor of History at the University of Delaware. She has research and teaching interests at the intersections of gender, race, disability, citizenship and the law in U.S. history. She majored in art history and history at the University of California, Berkeley and […]

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Sandy Isenstadt

Professor Sandy Isenstadt teaches the history of modern architecture, concentrating on developments in Europe and the United States, but including as well courses on the global spread of modernism. His writings span post-World War II reformulations of modernism by émigré architects such as Richard Neutra, Josep Lluis Sert, and Henry Klumb; visual […]

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John Ernest

John Ernest, Professor and Chair of the Department of English, is the author or editor of twelve books and over forty journal articles and book chapters. His recent books include Liberation Historiography: African American Writers and the Challenge of History, 1794-1861 (2004), Chaotic Justice: Rethinking African American Literary History (2009), […]

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