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 The following faculty members are aggregated according to where they teach, New Brunswick, Newark, or Camden, but each can supervise doctoral dissertations:


NEW BRUNSWICK


Kim D. Butler (Africana Studies)
Associate Professor
Ph.D., Johns Hopkins
Brazil; African diaspora; Afro-Latin and Afro-Caribbean studies

Dorothy Sue Cobble (Labor Studies; Women's and Gender Studies)
Professor
Ph.D., Stanford
Labor; women and gender

Leslie Ellen Fishbein (American Studies)
Associate Professor
Ph.D., Harvard
Women and gender

Marisa Fuentes (Women's and Gender Studies)
Assistant Professor

Ph.D., California (Berkeley)
Postcolonial theory and analyses of sexuality and gender in early black Atlantic world

Angus Kress Gillespie (American Studies)
Professor
Ph.D., Pennsylvania
American folklore

David Greenberg (Journalism and Media Studies)
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Columbia
Twentieth-century United States; political and cultural

Jonathan Gribetz (Jewish Studies)
Associate Professor
Ph.D., Columbia
Modern Mideast history; Zionism; Jewish-Arab encounter

David Greenberg (Journalism and Media Studies)
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Columbia
Twentieth-century United States; political and cultural

Paul B. Israel (Edison Papers)
Research Professor

Ph.D., Rutgers
Technology

Benjamin Justice (Education)
Assoicate Professor

Ph.D., Standford
Education; prison education; religion in public schools; 19th century United States

Tarek Kahlaoui (Art History)
Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Pennsylvania
Islamic history and culture in the Mediterranean

Tia Kolbaba (Religion)
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Toronto
Byzantine; Religion

Aldo Lauria Santiago (Latino & Hispanic Caribbean Studies)
Professor
Ph.D., Chicago
Latin America; Central America; peasantry; revolution

Kathleen Lopez (Latino and  Hispanic Caribbean Studies)
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Michigan
Latin American and Caribbean History, Asians in Latin America and the Caribbean, Race and Ethnicity in the Americas, Diaspora and International Migration

Lou Masur (American Studies)
Distinguished Professor

Ph.D., Princeton
American cultural history

Gary Rendsburg (Jewish Studies)
Distinguished Professor 

Ph.D., New York
Ancient Israel and Egypt: Bible; history of Hebrew language

Michael Aaron Rockland (American Studies)
Professor

Ph.D., Minnesota
U.S. popular culture

Nancy Sinkoff (Jewish Studies)
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Columbia
Early modern and modern Jewish; Eastern Europe

Paola Tartakoff (Jewish Studies)
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Columbia
Religious and cultural history of medieval Europe

Andrew Urban (American Studies)
Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Minnesota
U.S. immigration, empire, and labor history; public history and memory

Yael Zerubavel (Jewish Studies)
Professor

Ph.D., California (Los Angeles)
Jewish social, cultural, intellectual, and literary


NEWARK/NJIT


Susan Lisa Carruthers
Professor

Ph.D., Leeds, (UK)
U.S. foreign relations; media and war; culture and Cold War; empire

Kornel S. Chang
Assistant Professor

Ph.D., Chicago
Asian American history, US in the Pacific world, and race, migration, and labor in the Americas


James Goodman
Professor

Ph.D., Princeton
Modern U.S., race relations and politics; literature as history

Jan E. Lewis
Professor
Ph.D., Michigan
Women's History, the Early Republic

Neil Maher
Associate Professor

Ph.D., NYU
American environmental history, urban environmental history, history of environmental policy, history of technology, history of medicine and health, 20th c. US social and political history

Stephen Pemberton
Associate Professor

Ph.D., North Carolina
Twentieth-century medicine; public health; biomedical services and technology

Clement Alexander Price
Distinguished Professor
Ph.D., Rutgers
Afro-American History and Culture; U.S., Urban and Social History

Said S. Samatar
Professor

Ph.D., Northwestern
Modern Africa; nationalism; African literature and religion

Beryl E. Satter
Professor

Ph.D., Yale
United States Women; American medicine

Richard Sher
Professor

Ph.D., Chicago
Communications; technology, and enlightenment

Whitney Strub
Assistant Professor

Ph.D., UCLA
Modern U.S. history; history of sexuality; film; legal, political, cultural history


CAMDEN


Janet Golden
Professor

Ph.D., Boston
U.S. Women's History; U.S. Social History; History of Medicine

Margaret Marsh
Professor

Ph.D., Rutgers
Gender and Medicine; gender and culture; sexuality and reproduction

Andrew Shankman
Associate Professor

Ph.D., Princeton
Colonial British North America; revolutionary and early national U.S.; early modern England

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