Kelley's research has focused on how we humanize one another in our personal relationships.
Kennedy teaches interdisciplinary arts and performance, with a focus on vocal performance, theatre history and music composition, and is a leading scholar on the Provincetown Players and Eugene O'Neill.
Kim works in screendance, video art, multimedia installation and performance art. She joined ASU in 2006.
A senior sustainability scholar and urbanist, Kirby is also actively engaged in bibliometric research, and active in The Journal of Urban Affairs and Publications.
Kirsch researches on Gertrude Stein, poetics and rhetoric and teaches courses in rhetorical and literary theory, American literature, and women’s writing.
Koptiuch is a cultural anthropologist and urban ethnographer who tries to practice anthro as much performance art as social science. Global urbanism, transnational migration, diversity/inequality, digital humanities.
Lee's current research focuses on how Hmong living in the diaspora have maintained extensive kinship networks and various cultural and economic practices across national borders.
Lerman earned his BFA (1966) with honors in music & an MFA (1970) in film, both at Brandeis Univ in Waltham, Mass. He has offered his work in more than 30 countries in Europe, Asia, N/S America and Australia and New Zealand.
Luna's research revolves around questions of gender and sexual identity, the gendered performance of self and the representation of women, class struggle, and art’s potential for the praxis of social justice.
Cuádraz publishes in the areas of Chicana/os and higher education, oral history, feminist methods, testimonio and Chicana/o labor history in Arizona.
Deutch's research focuses on the physiological and biochemical mechanisms by which bacteria adapt to high-salt environments and the potential implications for medicine and environmental biology. He teaches part time.
Devine is an artist and a scholar whose interdisciplinary research draws on the subjects of games, play, psychology, aesthetics, ethics and social transformation.
Dietrich is the program lead for the applied computing program at ASU’s West campus. Dietrich's current research focuses on computer science education, especially databases, and interdisciplinary collaborations.
Donovan has taught various chemistry and biology courses for Arizona State University for the past 11 years and is actively involved in research and curriculum development for online courses in particular.