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Associate professor, communication arts
Expert on children and media, pro-social/educational TV, media use among older adults
Professor emeritus, communication arts; founding executive director, University of Wisconsin-Madison Arts Institute
Expert on history of American film industry
Professor emeritus, astronomy
Expert on star formation, infrared and radio astronomy, issues of extraterrestrial life
Professor, political science
Expert on African politics, African international relations and comparative political culture
Professor, media and cultural studies, communication arts
Expert on contemporary television, audiences, comedy and convergence
Professor of Japanese Literature and Visual Culture, Department of Asian Languages & Culture
Specializing in Japanese literature, visual culture, and popular culture, particularly manga (Japanese-styled comics) and haiku.
Professor, communication arts
Expert on postwar American cinema, music in film and the Hollywood blacklist
Expert on the English language (grammar, standards, genres, academic writing, spelling, language change, language use on the Internet, "Grammar Badgers" website)
Assistant professor, communication arts
Expert on media industries, creative collaboration, and the production of popular culture
Expert within media studies on race/ethnicity and activism
Assistant professor, communication arts; faculty affiliate, Holtz Center for Science and Technology Studies
Expert on the rhetoric of science, medicine, disability, and the "neuroscientific turn."
Assistant professor, media and cultural studies, communication arts
Expert on the current state of the music industry, digital music technologies, music and the Internet
Assistant professor, history
Historian of East Africa in the twentieth century, with a research focus on rural-urban migration.
Assistant Professor, French & Italian Department
Expert on West African, French, and Hollywood cinemas.
Professor, marketing; Arthur C. Nielsen, Jr. Chair in Marketing Research
Expert on branding, consumer behavior, advertising, social class and consumption, and institutional responses by marketers to social disruption such as wars, recessions, oil spills,
Associate Professor of Neurology
Treats movement disorders, works with artists affected by neurological conditions that affect performance
Professor, Department of French and Italian
Expert on modern Italian cinema, culture and society in European context.
Assistant Professor of English
I study the relationship between popular culture and radical social movements.
Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Botany
Specialist in the anatomy and function of wood, forensic wood science, and forensic botany
A. W. Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow, Institute for Research in the Humanities
Expert on the past and present of space technology and space junk, history of gender and technology, planetary analogs
Assistant Scientist, Department of Psychology
Expert on stereotyping, prejudice, and implicit bias — how the brain's learning processes perpetuate them, and evidence-based interventions to overcome them
Assistant Dean, College of Letters & Science; Director, Center for Academic Excellence
DeVon worked in the areas of enrollment management, high-impact practices, Federal TRiO Programs, and developing diverse student pipelines.
Professor emeritus of Afro-American Studies
Expert on African American and American popular music from the 1950s to the present.
Assistant Professor, Department of Gender & Women's Studies
Expert on disability, blackness, and gender in contemporary American literature, media and culture
Assistant Professor, Divisions of Pharmacy Practice and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Expert on addiction, vaccine design for abused drugs, neuroplasticity and reward learning, allosteric modulators
Assistant Dean, Student Diversity Programs, School of Education
Content knowledge of American Indian Studies, place-based experiential learning, and higher education student affairs.
Assistant Professor, Gender and Women's Studies and Asian American Studies
Expert on LGBTQ and Asian American politics and cultural production.
Paul and Renate Madsen Professor of Scandinavian Studies
Hygge, Scandinavian Culture and Politics, literature, autofiction, Hans Christian Andersen, Karl Ove Knausgaard