Sign In / Sign Out
- ASU Home
- My ASU
- Colleges and Schools
- Map and Locations
Miriam Mara investigates Irish literature & film. In particular, her work examines the fiction of Nuala O'Faolain and Colum McCann. Her second research stream includes research in health humanities and medical rhetoric.
Pamela A. Marshall's expertise lies in cell biology, genetics, and pedagogy. Her lab studies how cell respond to the environment focusing on the organellar and expression responses.
Martin Beck Matuštík, Lincoln Professor of Ethics & Religion
Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies
Affiliate Professor of Jewish Studies
Francine McGregor teaches courses in British medieval literature and gender studies. Her current scholarship explores intersections between medieval equine medicine and fifteenth-century vernacular texts.
Lindsey's research focuses on the intersection of identities, sport, gender & sexuality, ideology & culture, discourses, language & representational practices across multiple sites and levels of enactment.
Jacob Meders (Mechoopda/Maidu), MFA, is an Assistant Professor in at Arizona State University. In 2011 Jacob established WarBird Press, a fine art printmaking studio that he operates as the Master Printmaker in Phoenix, AZ.
Louis Mendoza is Director of the School of Humanities, Arts, and Cultural Studies, and Professor of Latina/o Literary and Cultural Studies. His scholarship focuses on Latina/o cultural history, immigration and social justice.
Dr. Mickelson received her PhD from Carnegie Mellon and did postdoctoral work at University of Michigan and Harvard. Her research focuses on social relationships and health; she is also Director of the MS Psychology program.
Dr. Rose French is on the faculty of Arizona State University and Phoenix College, as well as the founder of the Mill Ave Chamber Players, a professional chamber music ensemble based in Arizona. www.millavechamberplayers.com
Patricia Friedrich is a Professor whose research areas include World Englishes, Sociolinguistics, Disability Studies, and Peace/Diplomacy. She courses include History of English, Sociolinguistics, and Forensic Linguistics.
Ms. Gaffney teaches communication courses, both skill-based and grounded in theory, including Nonverbal Communication, Storytelling, and Visual Communication. She serves as Co-Faculty Advisor, Honors Society, Lambda Pi Eta.
John S. Gilkeson has taught American cultural and intellectual history at ASU since 1991.
Kishonna Gray's work broadly intersects identity and new media, though she has a particular focus on gaming. She’s also a featured blogger and podcaster with “Not Your Mama’s Gamer.” Follow her:Twitter @KishonnaGray.
Desiree Prieto Groft teaches Writing and Literature. She holds an M.A. in English Literature from Texas A&M University-S.A. and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing-Nonfiction from The New School.