Professor, Global & International StudiesPh.D., University of California at Berkeley
Religious violence, conflict resolution and South Asian religion and politics.
Nuha N. N.Khoury
Associate Professor of Art HistoryPh.D., Harvard University
Islamic architecture and urbanism
Professor, Black StudiesPh.D., University of California, Santa Barbara
Moral development among African-American women and youth
Professor, HistoryPh.D., Northwestern University
Professor, LingusticsPh.D., Yale University
Relations among prosody, syntax, and discourse
Professor, ClassicsPh.D., U.C. Berkeley
Assistant Professor of History of Art and ArchitecturePh.D. Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World, Brown University
Ancient Roman and Greek Religions.
Associate Professor of Political SciencePh.D., U.C. Berkeley
Associate Professor, HistoryPh.D., Brandeis University
Colonial U.S., Native American History
Professor of History, King Abdul Aziz Ibn Saud Chair in Islamic StudiesPh.D., Princeton University, 1998
Poverty and charity, legal history, family history, Islamic mysticism
Professor, AntropologyPh.D., University of California, Los Angeles
Civilizations of ancient Egypt and Nubia
Professor, HistoryPh.D., University of California at Berkeley
Associate Professor of Black StudiesPh.D. in Literature, UC San Diego
Roberto Strongman is Associate Professor in the Department of Black Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He received his Ph.D. in Literature from the University of California, San Diego in 2003. Dr. Strongman’s interdisciplinary approach encompasses the fields of Religion, History, and Sexuality in order to further his main area of research and teaching: Comparative Caribbean Cultural Studies. Dr. Strongman’s trans-national and multi-lingual approach to the Caribbean cultural zone is grounded in La Créolité, a movement developed at L’Université des Antilles et de La Guyane in Martinique, where he studied as a dissertation fellow. In addition to his research in Martinique, Dr. Strongman has conducted archival research in Aruba, Colombia and Haiti in connection to his ongoing interest in the literatures of Creole languages. His articles have appeared in Journal of Haitian Studies, Journal of Caribbean Studies, Journal of Caribbean Literatures, Callaloo, Kunapipi, Wadabagei, and the Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies. Dr. Strongman is currently preparing his first book, Black Atlantic Transcorporealities, for publication.
Associate Professor of HistoryPh.D., University of Pennsylvania