Faculty Working in Related Fields
Michael D. Bess Department of History. Twentieth-century European history with emphasis on the social and cultural impacts of technological change.
Katherine B. Crawford Department of History. Gender history with emphasis on early modern France and Europe
Daniel Gervais, Law School. Vanderbilt Intellectual Property Program; Director of LL.M.
Joel Harrington Department of History. Reformation and early modern Germany with emphasis on social history, particularly marriage, children, and the family.
Jessie Hock, Department of English. Renaissance Poetry.
Kelly Oliver Department of Philosophy. 19th and 20th Century Continental Philosophy, especially Nietzsche, and Contemporary French Philosophy, particularly Kristeva.
Matthew Ramsey Department of History. France in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and modern European intellectual and cultural history.
Philip D. Rasico Department of Spanish and Portuguese. Hispano-Romance Linguistics, Romance Lingusitics, Catalan Language and Linguistics, Language and Toponymy of Roussillon (Northern Catalonia).
William Caferro Department of History. History of medieval and Renaissance Italy.