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  • Freytag, Anette

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    Associate Professor
    Department of Landscape Architecture
    PhD (Science and Technological Studies), Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich)
    mailto:anette.freytag@rutgers.edu
  • Listokin, David

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    Distinguished Professor, Co-Director of the Center for Urban Policy Research
    Edward J. Boustein School of Planning and Public Policy
    PhD Rutgers University
    mailto:listokin@rutgers.edu
  • Marder, Tod

    Marder, Tod

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    Department of Art History
  • O'Brassill-Kulfan, Kristin

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    Coordinator & Instructor of Public History
    History Department
    PhD (History) University of Leicester
    I am a public historian whose work examines links between class, labor status, race, crime, and punishment in the nineteenth century United States and the presentation of challenging histories to the twenty-first century public. I specialize in research-oriented archival methodologies, the construction of constituent-based narratives in public forums, and the inclusion of social history themes in bidirectional public history projects.
    mailto:kristin.obrassillkulfan@rutgers.edu
  • Peruzzi, Bice

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    Assistant Professor
    Department of Classics
    Ph.D. (Classical Archaeology) University of Cincinnati
    Art and archaeology of Pre-Roman Italy, in particular Etruria and Magna Graecia; pottery iconography; pottery technology; burial practices; identity in the ancient Mediterranean.
    mailto:bice.peruzzi@classics.rutgers.edu
  • St.Clair Harvey, Archer

    St.Clair Harvey, Archer

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    Professor Emerita
    Department of Art History
    Ph.D., Princeton University
    Cultural and Preservation Studies, Late Antique & Byzantine Art
  • Welch, Rhiannon

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    Associate Professor
    Department of Italian
    Ph.D., University of California - Berkeley
    Nineteenth and twentieth-century Italian literature, film, and visual culture; Italian (post-) colonialism and biopolitics; race thinking and nationalism in Italy; critical theory; film theory.
    mailto:rhiannon.welch@rutgers.edu

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