Ethnic Studies Faculty

Program advisor

Marcela Ochoa-Shivapour, Associate Professor of Spanish, currently serves as advisor for the ethnic studies program. She teaches the ethnic studies courses Latinos in the U.S. and Latin American Culture and Civilization.

Affiliated faculty

Craig Allin, Professor of Politics, teaches the ethnic studies courses Urban Politics and Policy, and Race, Sex and the Constitution. Craig Allin

Carol Enns, Professor of Psychology, teaches the ethnic studies course Multicultural Psychology. Carol Enns

Rebecca Entel, Assistant Professor of English, teaches the ethnic studies course Multicultural Literature. Rebecca Entel

Leslie Hankins, Professor of English, teaches the ethnic studies course Studies in African American Literature. Leslie Hankins

Jill Heinrich, Associate Professor of Education, teaches the ethnic studies course Human Relations. Jill Heinrich

Lynne Ikach, Professor of Russian, teaches the ethnic studies course Introduction to Russian Culture and Civilization. Lynne Ikach

Phil Lucas, Professor of History, teaches the ethnic studies courses Colonial America and African Americans in U.S. History.

Genevieve Migely, Associate Professor of Philosophy, teaches the ethnic studies course Asian Philosophy.

Joseph Molleur, Associate Professor of Religion, teaches the ethnic studies course Religions of the World. Joseph Molleur

Alfrieta Monagan, Professor of Anthropology, teaches the ethnic studies courses West Indian People and Cultures (in Barbados and Trinidad) and Cross-Cultural Love and Family. Alfrieta Monagan

Mary Olson, Professor of Sociology, teaches the ethnic studies courses Race and Ethnic Relations, Contemporary Native Americans, Women: Oppressions and Resistances, and Civil Rights and Western Racism.  Mary Olson

Christina Morris Penn-Goetsch, Professor of Art History, teaches the ethnic studies course American Indian Art: Gender and the Marketplace , as well as other topics courses in non-Western art history. Chris Penn-Goetsch

Steven Sacks, Associate Professor of Religion, teaches the ethnic studies courses Judaism, and Holocaust and Response. Steven Sacks

Catherine Stewart, Professor of History, teaches the ethnic studies courses American Lives: African Americans, African Americans in U.S. History, and United States Social History Since 1940 Katy Stewart