UMass Lowell will resume on-campus instruction, research and campus life for Fall 2020. View the plan for more info.
Metaphysics, Feminist Philosophy
Youth participatory action research, Critical community psychology, Conflict transformation and peacebuilding, Northeast India/South Asia
Intersections of gender and migration; race; sexuality; feminist methodologies
Rhetoric and Composition, Gender & Sexuality Studies
Comparative Politics, International Relations, Middle East, Muslim World
Old and Middle English Literature and Languages, Classical Mythology, Early Women Writers
Community psychology, workplace diversity and interpersonal dynamics
Domestic violence, with a specific focus on criminal justice & societal interventions; victimology; police organizations & behavior.
Early Modern Europe, Renaissance Italy, Western Civilization
US Diplomatic History, Modern Chinese History, and Asian American History
Intersections of gender, race, and class; care work; labor market inequalities; research methods; and social policy.
American Politics, Politics and Sports, State and Local Politics
Ethics, Feminist Theory
Adult development & aging, adolescence, personality, cross-cultural psychology, the psychology of gender & research methods, service learning
Aesthetics, Philosophy of Mind, American Philosophy
British and American modernist literature, composition and rhetoric, and gender studies.
American Studies; a globally oriented American Literary Studies (especially of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries); Political & Critical Theory; Public Humanities & Digital Humanities; Gender & LGBQ Studies
African American, Caribbean and Nineteenth & Twentieth century American literature
U.S. Social and Environmental History
Community psychology and women's studies
Interdisciplinary and intersectional approaches to women and work; gender studies; qualitative research methods; sociology of disability
19th & early 20th century American Literature, American Women Novelists, Mystery & Detective Fiction
American Political Culture
Areas of expertise include social change, work and inequality, and gender and science.
Modern French & European History
Charles Dickens, Victorian Fiction, British Literature, Transatlantic Studies, Digital Humanities, Service-Learning