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Faculty

Ammiel Alcalay, Comparative Literature, English
Hebrew and Jewish literature of the Middle East, in its Islamic, Levantine Arabic, and Israeli contexts

Jennifer Ball, Art History
Byzantine, Western Medieval, and Early Islamic Art; Textiles, Fashion Theory; and the study of Portraiture

Stephen Blum, Music
Medieval sources of Greek thought; ethnomusicology; musical practices of Iran, Pakistan, Kurdistan, and Central Asia

Glenn Burger, English
Medieval and Scottish literature, Chaucer,medieval cultural studies, medieval east/west relations, medieval women's writing

William W. Clark, Art History
Medieval art and architecture

David Greetham, English
Interdisciplinary textual theory; scholarly editing; paleography, codicology, and bibliography; medieval English literature

Cynthia Hahn, Art History
Early Christian and Byzantine Art: Islamic Art; hagiography

Thomas F. Head, History
Medieval ecceiastical history; cults and relics of the saints;
hagiography.

Eric Ivison, History
Medieval Europe; Byzantium; historical archaeology

Steven F. Kruger, English
Later Middle Ages, including Chaucer; dream vision and theory; Middle English literature; queer theory and lesbian/gay studies.

Catherine A. McKenna (Emerita), Comparative Literature, English
Medieval Irish and Welsh languages and literatures

Chase F. Robinson, History
Early Islamic History

Michael G. Sargent, English.
Middle English language and literature; textual criticism; contemplative and devotional literature and the Carthusian Order.

Francesca Sautman, French
Medieval and 16th-Century Literature and Ethnology, Francophone African Literature, Cultural Studies, Gender Studies, Queer Theory

Peter Simpson, Philosophy, Classics
Ancient and medieval philosophy; moral and political philosophy

Anne Stone, Music
Medieval music manuscripts, the "ars subtilior," medieval and Renaissance notation, cultural history of music writing, relationship of song to late-medieval poetic subjectivity and autobiography

Andrew Tomasello, Music.
Sacred music; 14th- and 15th-century polyphony; manuscript studies

E. Gordon Whatley, English
Old English literature, medieval English and Latin hagiography; Arthurian literature.