Faculty

Faculty

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Faculty at Wake Forest have a long-established and productive history of interdisciplinary collaboration. The faculty members are drawn from a wide variety of Wake Forest departments and hold degrees from major universities in North America as well as Europe.

 

Arabic
Art History
Classics
English
German
History
Music
Philosophy
Politics
Religion
Romance Languages
Arabic

Darlene May

Art History

Bernadine Barnes (Renaissance, Prints, Chinese & Japanese Art)

Classics

Mary Pendergraft (Latin and Greek)

English

Susan Harlan (16th Century, Gender Studies, the military mind, affect, Shakespeare)
Sarah Hogan (16th Century, Gender Studies, Spenser, utopia, social class)
Herman Rapaport (17th Century, Political Theory, Milton, Hobbes, Locke, Pepys)
Gillian Overing (Anglo-Saxon language, literature and culture; Gender Studies and Cultural Geography)
Gale Sigal (Medieval Poetry, The Legend of Arthur, Victorian Medievalism, Chaucer)
Olga Valbuena-Hanson (Shakespeare, Early Modern Literature, Early Women Writers)

German

Tina Boyer (Medieval German, Norse Sagas, the werewolf, monsters, German philology)

History

Monique O’Connell (Medieval and Renaissance history, early modern empires)
Charles Wilkins (Middle Eastern, Ottoman and Islamic history)

Music

Stewart Carter (Early music theory and history, Renaissance music)

Philosophy

Patrick Toner (Ancient Greek and Medieval Philosophy)

Politics

Michaelle Browers (Arab and Islamic Political Thought, Medieval Political Theory)

Religion

Ulrike Wiethaus (Medieval Christian mysticism, women’s spirituality)
Neal Walls (Old Testament Studies, Ancient and Medieval Epic)

Romance Languages

Sol Miguel-Prendes, Spanish (Cultural and Literary Studies of Medieval Spain)
Roberta Morosini, Italian (Medieval Italian Literature and Culture)
Judy Kem, French (The Trojan Legend in Late Medieval and Renaissance French Literature, French authors of the Middle Ages and Renaissance)