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Faculty and Staff

Core Faculty

  • Marc Conner
    Jo M. and James Ballengee Professor of English and Associate Provost
    Payne 108 and Washington Hall 217
    (540) 458-8924 English (540) 458-8418 Office of the Provost

    Associate Provost Conner continues to teach English courses in his major areas of expertise: Modernity and modern narrative; twentieth-century American fiction; African-American literature; modern Irish literature; literature and philosophy; literature and religion.

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  • Ted DeLaney
    Associate Professor of History
    Newcomb Hall 103
    (540) 458-8963

    Program Head for Africana Studies Program

    Teaching Areas: Colonial North America, Comparative Slavery in the Western Hemisphere, African American history, Civil Rights, Gay and Lesbian history Research Interests: African American

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  • Christian Jennings
    Assistant Professor of History
    Newcomb Hall 316
    (540) 458-8780

    Teaching Areas: African history, history of science, world history Research Interests: History of science in Africa, history of marine science, history of African pastoralists, global historiography
  • Mohamed Kamara
    Associate Professor of French
    Tucker 201
    (540) 458-8475
  • Lucas Morel
    Lewis G. John Term Professor of Politics
    Huntley 120
    (540) 458-8161

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  • David R. Novack
    Professor of Sociology, Current Abigail Grigsby Urquhart '11 Term Professor
    Newcomb 104

    Research Interests: college students’ attitudes toward gender issues, sexual behaviors, gender responsibility, and sexual assault and rape.

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Affiliated Faculty

  • Suzanne Keen
    Thomas H. Broadus Professor of English and Dean of the College
    Lee-Jackson House / Payne 110 TR 8-9 a.m.
    (540) 458-8746 DOC office / (540) 458-8759 English Dept

    Professor Keen can be found in Payne Hall during office hours for students.

    Students may consult any dean. Dean Keen receives petitions concerning academic matters for the Committee on Courses and Degrees: For petitions to the Faculty Executive Committee, please contact Dean Peppers in the Williams School.