Professor Achino-Loeb is a cultural anthropologist whose work focuses on the study of ideology and its connection to power and . . .
Nancy Agabian is the author of Princess Freak, (Beyond Baroque Books) a collection of autobiographical poems and performance texts, and . . .
Juan Carlos Aguirre
Juan Carlos Aguirre is a PhD candidate in Comparative Literature at New York University, where he was a recipient of . . .
With an A.B.D./ Ph.D. in Humanities from Florida State University, Cynthia Allen's teaching interests concern theatre and film, the history . . .
Diana Anders’ teaching and research interests include international humanitarian and human rights law, feminist and queer theory, psychoanalysis, political theory . . .
As a community arts practitioner, writer, and educator Piper Anderson has dedicated her life to using the arts and education . . .
Carolyn Arena is a historian of the Atlantic World. Her PhD dissertation at Columbia University, entitled “Indian slaves from Caribana,” . . .
Jaime Arredondo's interests include painting and Mesoamerican art, Culture, and religion. He has taught at NYU, the Parsons School of . . .
Saul Austerlitz teaches a course in writing about comedy. He is the author of three books: “Sitcom: A History in . . .
Cris Beam is the author of Transparent: Love, Family and Living the T with Transgender Teenagers (Harcourt, 2007), which won . . .
Barton Bishop received his MFA in Dramatic Writing from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts in 2003 and was the . . .
Victoria Blythe teaches advanced writing seminars structured around problems of poetics and genre. Her teaching interests also include modern British . . .
Martha Bowers focuses on the use of the performing arts for social change. Her areas of special interest include intercultural . . .
A novelist and critic, Christopher Bram is the author of nine novels, including Gods and Monsters, which was made into . . .
Eric Brettschneider's interests center on child welfare, community building, and social welfare policy. He is a former city and state . . .
Leila Buck is a Lebanese American writer, actor, storyteller and educator who has lived, traveled, performed and taught throughout the . . .
Ruben Carranza is currently director of the Reparative Justice Program at the International Center for Transitional Justice (ICTJ). He has . . .
Bill Caspary received both his B.S. and M.S. in physics and his Ph.D. in political science. His teaching interests are . . .
John Castellano is the founder of the SOJ Jazz Workshop Center and Director Emeritus of The Collective School of Music, . . .
Lenora Champagne is a playwright, performer, and director. From 1993-2000, Lenora was a member playwright at New Dramatists, and she . . .
William Corbett taught courses in composition, poetry writing, reading, stand-up comedy, and journalism for forty-eight years while living in Boston. . . .
Amalia Córdova is a film curator, filmmaker and scholar specializing in indigenous film. She is the Assistant Director of New . . .
Julian Cornell’s research and teaching interests are primarily in the ideologies and politics of American popular culture, particularly in Hollywood . . .
A director, producer, and screenwriter for film and television, Pedro Cristiani wrote the screenplay for the award-winning 1996 feature film . . .
William Crow is Managing Museum Educator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. In that role he oversees programs serving over . . .
Martha Diaz is a community organizer, educator, media producer, archivist and social entrepreneur. She has been dedicated to advancing social . . .
Imani Douglas is the artistic director of the Richard Allen Center for Culture and Art (RACCA). At RACCA's Seaport Salon, . . .
Elyssa East’s first book Dogtown: Death and Enchantment in a New England Ghost Town, won the 2010 P.E.N. New England/L. L. . . .
Naomi Edwards earned her PhD in English with a graduate certificate in Women’s and Gender Studies from Stony Brook University . . .
Paul Fess’s teaching and research focuses on 19th-century American literature, sound studies, media studies, and digital humanities. He is interested . . .
Melissa Fisher, a cultural anthropologist, is a Visiting Assistant Professor in the Department of Social and Cultural Analysis at NYU. . . .
Son and grandson of Canadian actors, Simon Fortin trained at the Conservatoire d’Art Dramatique du Québec, then at Drama Studio . . .
Meghan C. Fox specializes in studies of gender and sexuality in transatlantic modernism. Her other scholarly interests include 20th-century Anglophone . . .
Emily Fragos is an award-winning, widely published poet who teaches poetry writing at NYU and Columbia. She has also taught . . .
Sara Franklin is an oral historian and journalist whose work focuses on food and agriculture and its ties to popular . . .
Lise Friedman’s teaching involves the examination and design of a wide variety of publications and the relationship of popular culture . . .
Cheryl Furjanic is an award-winning filmmaker whose documentary and fiction films have screened at 150+ festivals worldwide and on television. . . .
Margaret Galvan is a PhD candidate in English and a film studies certificate candidate at the City University of New . . .
Rhonda Garelick writes on fashion, performance, literature, visual art, and politics. She is the author of Mademoiselle: Coco Chanel and . . .
Charles Gelman is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Comparative Literature, New York University, currently completing a dissertation on . . .
Bret Gladstone received his MFA from Columbia University, where he has also taught in the Creative Writing Program. His music . . .
Donna Goodman is a licensed practicing architect. Her firm has renovated lofts, townhouses and waterfront sites based on green principles. . . .
Kevin Gotkin’s teaching and research focus on the role of disability in contemporary American life. He is completing his dissertation . . .
Judith Greenberg's research and teaching interests focus on questions of memory and trauma Studies, especially through a feminist lens. She . . .
Paul Grimstad earned his PhD in English and American literature at NYU in 2007. His first book, Experience and Experimental . . .
Alex Halberstadt is the author of Lonely Avenue: The Unlikely Life and Times of Doc Pomus and the forthcoming Young . . .
Lanny Harrison, character actress, dancer and cabaret artist, began her career in the New York Pantomime Theater in 1966. She . . .
Besides being the author of five collections of award-winning poetry, Scott Hightower has had his poems and reviews appear regularly . . .
Darrel Alejandro Holnes
Darrel Alejandro Holnes teaches playwriting, screenwriting, poetry, and other genres of creative writing. His the co-author of PRIME: Poems and . . .
Justin Holt's research interests include distributive justice, social policy, political economy, and the welfare state. His second book The Social . . .
Molly Horan’s teaching interests include 20th and 21st century young adult literature and web culture. She received her MFA in . . .
Amin Husain’s interests focus on resistance and liberation, movement generated theory and practice. His research and teaching interests span debt . . .
Trevor Laurence Jockims
Trevor Laurence Jockims’s teaching and research interests center on literature in its interaction with other modes of thought and expression, . . .
Barbara Jones is an executive editor at Henry Holt Company, where she acquires and edits books of fiction, memoir and . . .
A former painter and filmmaker, Dave King is the author of the novel The Ha-Ha, named one of the best . . .
Bruce M. King's research and teaching interests focus on the ancient world, particularly Greek and Latin epic, Greek philosophy and . . .
Molly Kleiman is a deputy editor of Triple Canopy, a magazine that advances a model for publication that encompasses digital . . .
Scott Korb is a writer and editor whose interests range from religious belief and its popular expressions, to food and . . .
Antonio Lauria-Perricelli's teaching and research interests include power, class, Culture, state, empire, everyday life, militarism, and the Caribbean and Latin . . .
Late 19th- and 20th-century American literature; gender; trauma; Holocaust Studies; American Indian literature; ethnic literature . . .
Patricia Lennox's teaching and research interests include myths, fables, and fairy tales; Shakespeare; early modern female writers; fashion; classic literature; . . .
Sarah Leonard works at the intersection of old and new left-wing publications in New York City. She is senior editor . . .
Andrew Levitas is a filmmaker, fine artist and producer, whose teaching interests focus on the artists mind as well as . . .
Andrew Libby is currently completing a Ph.D. in comparative literature at The City University of New York Graduate Center. His . . .
Moya Luckett is a media historian whose work focuses on gender, celebrity, fashion, femininity, modernity, digital culture and media historiography. . . .
Florencia Malbrán is a curator of contemporary art and has organized exhibitions in the United States, Argentina, Canada, Brazil, Colombia, . . .
Brendan Matz is a historian of science and technology based in Brooklyn, NY. He is currently working on a book . . .
Shannon McHugh is a Core Curriculum Postdoctoral Fellow affiliated with Italian Studies. In her dissertation, she explored how early modern . . .
Linn Cary Mehta
In addition to the degrees above, Dr. Mehta has studied at the Freie Universität, the Sorbonne, and Universidad Catolica in . . .
Krystyna Michael’s teaching and research focuses on 19th and 20th century American literature, domestic design, urban planning, gender studies, psychoanalysis . . .
Keith Miller is a filmmaker, artist and curator based in Brooklyn. His most recent feature, Five Star, premiered at the . . .
Meera Nair received both her M.A. and M.F.A. in creative writing; as a master's student at New York University she . . .
Anastasiya Osipova is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Comparative Literature at New York University, where she is completing . . .
Born and raised in Japan, Eiko Otake is a New York-based, movement-based interdisciplinary artist and performer who, from 1972 until . . .
David Parsons is a social and cultural historian of 20th century America. His primary research interests include the Vietnam War . . .
Annie has been teaching yoga in New York City since 1997. Annie's teaching style is influenced by a wide range . . .
Kathryn Posin studied composition with Louis Horst, Anna Sokolow, Merce Cunningham, and Hanya Holm. She has choreographed works for Ballet . . .
Robin draws on her training and experience in movement, somatics and performance in her Gallatin courses. Awareness and consciousness form . . .
Peter Rajsingh has taught at NYU since 1991; in addition to Gallatin, he teaches at the Stern School of Business . . .
Dianne Ramdeholl has been an adult education practitioner for over fifteen years. She's committed to adult education for democratic social . . .
Ben Ratliff has written about pop, jazz, traditional and experimental music for publications including Granta, Slate, Artforum, Wire, Rolling Stone, . . .
Bill Rayner is a composer, songwriter, guitarist and educator who has collaborated, worked, and performed with notable musicians and composers, . . .
Mark Read is an artist, educator, and activist based in Brooklyn, New York. Collaborative processes, interventionist strategies, and public engagement . . .
Steve Rinehart is a screenwriter, carpenter, and fiction writer. He is the author of the short story collection Kick in . . .
Lee Robbins's teaching and research interests are in the history and Culture of depth psychology, particularly as it applies to . . .
Frank Leon Roberts’s major fields of expertise are in 20th century African American literature; contemporary U.S. social movements; race and . . .
Sahar Romani's teaching and research interests concern poverty, development, global south urbanisms, youth cultures, ethnography, and contemporary South Asia. Her . . .
Barnaby Ruhe received his doctorate in shamanism and art practice, an interdisciplinary effort combining psychology, anthropology, art history, phenomenology and . . .
Antonio Rutigliano's teaching and research interests include Greek, Roman and medieval literature; romance languages; Renaissance Studies; Dante, Virgil, Boethius and . . .
Leslie Satin's research and teaching interests include: dance, performance, integrated arts, and the arts avant-garde of the 19th through 21st . . .
Carl Skelton is Industry Professor and the founding director of the Brooklyn Experimental Media Center and the academic programs in . . .
Judith Sloan is an actress, oral historian, writer, and audio artist/radio producer whose work combines humor, pathos, and a love . . .
Chris Spain received his undergraduate degree in bio-agriculture and was a Wallace Stegner Fellow in Stanford University's Creative Writing Program . . .
Jordan Stein is a philosopher who studies philosophical questions concerning knowledge and meaning in the context of logics of necessity . . .
Ben Steinfeld is an actor, director, musician, and teacher. Ben recently made his Broadway debut in Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, . . .
A set designer, Salvatore Tagliarino has designed productions for the Houston Grand Opera, New Jersey Opera, Nevada Opera Association, and . . .
Paul Thaler's teaching and research interests lie in First Amendment rights and media history and criticism. A former newspaper reporter . . .
Screenwriter and playwright Selma Thompson has put words in the mouths of Hal Holbrook, Angela Bassett, Keith Carradine, Jane Seymour, . . .
Anthony Tognazzini is a writer and teacher. His fiction collection, I Carry A Hammer in My Pocket for Occasions Such . . .
Jim Tolisano’s teaching and professional interests are in the interface between ecological anthropology, conservation biology, and environmental economics. His teaching . . .
Christopher Trogan has been a member of the Gallatin faculty since 2001 and teaches first-year seminars as well as tutorials . . .
Melissa Turoff is a political and cultural historian of the British Empire from the 18th to 20th centuries. Her research . . .
Heather Vermeulen is a doctoral candidate in Yale University’s departments of African American Studies and American Studies, with a Certificate . . .
Adrian Versteegh’s research focuses on nineteenth- and twentieth-century urban literature, particularly lowlife, nightlife, and sleep. His current project is a . . .
Stephen Vider is a scholar of U.S. social and cultural history. His research and teaching interests include gender and sexuality; . . .
Lauren Walsh is coeditor of The Future of Text and Image: Collected Essays on Literary and Visual Conjunctures (Cambridge Scholars . . .
Elena Wang’s work engages the intersection of fashion, political economy and gender and sexuality studies, with a focus on sustainable . . .
Sonia Werner received her PhD from the Department of Comparative Literature at NYU. Her dissertation project examines the relationship between . . .
Maryrose Wood is the author of The Incorrigible Children of Ashton Place, a critically acclaimed series for middle-grade readers, published . . .
Greg Wyatt, upon the completion of his Bachelor of Arts degree in art history at Columbia College in 1971, studied . . .
Nicole Zeftel’s research and teaching interests include 19th-century American women’s literature and print culture, psychoanalytic and affect theory, and 19th-century . . .
Carol Zoref has been a part-time member of the Gallatin faculty since 2001, teaching fiction writing in the Advanced Writing . . .
Gallatin faculty recipients of the University Distinguished Teaching Award are (from most recent): Karen Hornick, e. Frances White, Julie Malnig, Laura Slatkin, Stacy Pies, Michael Dinwiddie, George Shulman, Steve Hutkins, and Sharon Friedman.
Affiliated faculty organizations include Global Design NYU (GDNYU), History of Science and Science Studies at NYU, Iranian Studies Initiative (ISI-NYU), and Theater Without Borders.