Profiles in "Cultural and Intellectual History" Expertise Area

  • Moulton researches the cultural representation of gender and sexuality in early modern literature.
  • O'Donnell is the author of books exploring religion, culture, and politics in early America. She writes and teaches about American history, the Atlantic World, and Catholicism.
  • Angela Giron is the Program Director and a Clinical Assistant Professor of the Master of Liberal Studies Program at Arizona State University. She has developed numerous Humanities courses for the MLSt program.
  • Cady is the founding director of the Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict at Arizona State University.
  • Born in Protektorat Boehmen und Maehren, Volek grew up in Czechoslovakia, studied in Cuba, and, after the Russian occupation, emigrated to West Germany and to U.S.
  • Van Cleave is the Director of Online Programs for SHPRS and an Associate Clinical Professor of History.
  • Elizabeth Meloy holds a PhD in European history from Brown University. She is a Faculty Fellow in Barrett, Honors College. In 2016, after two years on the Tempe campus, she joined Dr. Tom Martin at Barrett Poly.
  • Isabelle Petersen is an interdisciplinary humanities scholar with interests in art, literature, religion, and conservation ecology.
  • Goodman's research and teaching ranges across several fields, including U.S. literature and culture, human rights, dissident literatures, and Jewish studies.