Faculty

Marie-Sophie Armstrong is associate professor of French in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures. She teaches a course on contemporary French cinema and is the organizer of the 2016 Modern Languages and Literatures film festival,...

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Taïeb Berrada is Assistant Professor of French and Francophone Studies in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures. His main research and teaching interests are in Postcolonial Studies and more specifically in French and Francophone...

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Thomas Chen (PhD, UCLA) is an Assistant Professor of Chinese in the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures. His research interests include Chinese and transnational cinemas...

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Connie A. Cook teaches two courses in which film forms a basic medium for understanding Chinese culture: “Film, Fiction, and Gender in Modern China” and “Love and Revolution in Shanghai.” Both courses examine the evolution of gender roles and...

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Kristin Handler teaches film and television courses in the English Department.  Current courses include “Viewing Mad Men,” “Made to Kill: Female Violence in Popular Cinema,” “Imaginary Friends with Benefits and Other Virtual Relationships,” and “...

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Dawn Keetley is a Professor of English, teaching horror /gothic literature, film, and television at Lehigh University in Bethlehem Pennsylvania. She has recently published on AMC’s The Walking Dead in the Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts and...

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Michael Kramp is an Associate Professor of English and the current Director of the Film Studies Minor. He has published on Rock and Roll Festival Films, filmic adaptations of Jane Austen novels, and Deleuzian film theory. Michael has also written...

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Julia Maserjian is the Digital Scholarship Manager at the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning.  In her role with the Center she works with faculty and students who are...

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John Pettegrew is a historian of modern U.S. thought and culture, including documentary film, Hollywood, television, YouTube, and other aspects of twentieth and twenty-first century visual culture. He's produced a number of documentary films on...

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Miguel A. Pillado is an Assistant Professor of Spanish and Hispanic Studies at Lehigh. He specializes in the study of 20th and 21st century Mexican and Central American literature and culture. His classes frequently examine the forms of...

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Vera Stegmann received her PhD in German Studies from Indiana University with a graduate minor in Comparative Literature. She specializes in 20th and 21st century German literature, film, and theater. She has published a book about the dramatist...

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Nobuko Yamasaki completed her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature at the University of Washington in 2014. Her research and teaching focus on the intersections of art, film, media, literature, and gender and sexuality studies. Her current research...

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