Profiles in "Social Justice" Expertise Area

  • Sullivan's research agenda includes historical publications pertaining to 19th and 20th Century women's bands and quantitative preservice and inservice music teacher investigations.
  • Schupp's research interests include dance competition culture, dance curriculum and pedagogy in tertiary education, and equity across the spectrum of dance education.
  • Underiner is an associate dean in the Graduate College, convener of Creative Health Collaborations (arts, humanities and design approaches to health research), and director of the PhD in Theatre & Performance of the Americas.
  • Anokye is a sociolinguist with research on African Diaspora orality and literacy, folklore, discourse analysis and oral history specializing in Ghanaian culture, religion, storytelling, dance and social justice.
  • Ellsworth is an artist, educator, and walker. She is the founding director of the Museum of Walking.
  • Schmidt’s research focuses on preservice and beginning teachers, and teachers and students in underserved schools.
  • Partlan has directed more than 100 Off-Broadway and regional premieres. His production of Triple Espresso has played in 48 American cities, and in Canada, Ireland, Belgium, Germany, and London’s West End.
  • Androff’s work focuses on building strong and sustainable communities through promoting human rights.