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Interdisciplinary Humanities and Communication

Offering Four Degrees and an Array of General Studies Courses

Based at ASU's Polytechnic campus, the faculty of interdisciplinary humanities and communication offers undergraduate degree programs in English, history, communication, and technical communication, as well as teaching courses in religious studies, philosophy, and Spanish. We are dedicated to interdisciplinary research across and beyond the humanities. We are dedicated to our students and committed to excellence and innovation in teaching. We teach face-to-face, online, and hybrid courses in all our areas of expertise.

 

Applied Ethics

FacultyTitleEmailPhone
Joseph Herkert

Lincoln Associate Professor of
Ethics and Technology;
MA Program Coordinator

joseph.herkert@asu.edu480-727-1548

Communication

FacultyTitleEmailPhone
Manuel Aviles-SantiagoAssistant Professormanu.aviles.santiago@asu.edu480-727-1526
Carol Lynn BowerLecturercarol.bower@asu.edu480-727-1526
Pamela BrooksFaculty Associatepamela.brooks.1@asu.edu480-727-1526
Larry EdmondsLecturerlarry.edmonds@asu.edu480-727-1526
Rose FarmerInstructorrose.farmer@asu.edu480-727-1526
Steven GarryInstructorsteven.garry@asu.edu480-727-1526

English

FacultyTitleEmailPhone
Mary "Lynette" AustinInstructorlynette.austin@asu.edu480-727-1526
James BarnardInstructorJames.Barnard@asu.edu480-727-1526
Steve BeattyInstructorsteve.beatty@asu.edu480-727-1526
Karen BollermannAssistant Professorkaren.bollermann@asu.edu480-727-1531
Pamela BrooksFaculty Associatepamela.brooks.1@asu.edu480-727-1526
Rebecca ByrkitInstructorrebecca.byrkit@asu.edu480-727-1526
Wanda CreaserInstructorcreaser@asu.edu480-727-1526
Allison EllsworthInstructorAllison.ellsworth@asu.edu 
Lori EshlemanInstructorl.eshleman@asu.edu480-727-1526
Charlene HeldtFaculty AssociateCharlene.Heldt@asu.edu480-727-1526
Kristin LaCroixLecturerkristin.lacroix@asu.edu480-727-1526
Ian MoultonFaculty Head
Professor
ian.moulton@asu.edu480-727-1172
Patricia MurphySenior Lecturertrishm@asu.edu480-727-1526
Andrew PilschAssistant Professorandrew.pilsch@asu.edu480-727-1526
Melanie PittsSenior Lecturermelanie.pitts@asu.edu480-727-1526
Nina RhorerInstructornina.rhorer@asu.edu480-727-1526
Shawna RossLecturershawna.ross@asu.edu480-727-1526
Flurije SalihuInstructorFlurije.salihu@asu.edu 
Amy ShinabargerLectureramyds@asu.edu 

Film Studies

FacultyTitleEmailPhone
Anna Wheeler GentryFaculty Associateanna.gentry@asu.edu480-727-1850

History

FacultyTitleEmailPhone
Valerie AdamsLecturervalerie.adams@asu.edu480-727-1526
Jaime AguilaAssistant Professorelaguila@asu.edu480-727-1526
Donald GuilloryInstructordguillor@asu.edu480-727-1526
Jill HorohoeInstructorjill.horohoe@asu.edu480-727-1526
Debra NeillInstructordebra.neill@asu.edu480-727-1526
Eric OberleAssistant Professoreric.oberle@asu.edu480-727-1526
Michael RubinoffInstructorrubinoff1@mainex1.asu.edu480-965-7179
Judith SchultzLecturerjudycs@asu.edu480-727-1526
Brooks SimpsonProfessorBrooks.Simpson@asu.edu480-727-1526

Philosophy

FacultyTitleEmailPhone
Elaine YoshikawaLecturerelaine.yoshikawa@asu.edu480-727-1526

Religious Studies

FacultyTitleEmailPhone
Patrick BludworthInstructorpatrick.bludworth@asu.edu480-727-1526
John CunninghamInstructorjohn.cunningham.1@asu.edu480-727-1526

Spanish

FacultyTitleEmailPhone
Nelson SuarezLecturernelson.suarez@asu.edu480-727-1526

Technical Communication

FacultyTitleEmailPhone
Tatiana BatovaAssistant Professortbatova@asu.edu480-727-2989
Claudia BrowningInstructorClaudia.cifelli@asu.edu 
Eva BrumbergerAssociate Professor; Program Headeva.brumberger@asu.edu480-727-5981
Aimee ColmeryInstructoraimee.colmery@asu.edu 
Barbara D'AngeloClinical Assistant Professorbdangelo@asu.edu480-727-1160
Kathleen Duff-WilsonInstructorKathie.duffwilson@asu.edu 
Claire LauerAssistant Professorclaire.lauer@asu.edu480-727-1587
Barry MaidProfessorBarry.Maid@asu.edu480-727-1190
Terri ThorsonInstructorterri.thorson@asu.edu480-965-5011

 

American Historical Association
The organization’s home page contains links to other historical organizations, research resources, and a guide on careers for students of history. The guide is particularly useful for those thinking of doing a history major but aren’t sure what they could actually do with the degree.

National Council of Teachers of English
NCTE is an important organization for anyone who teaches the English language arts—from kindergarten through graduate school.

Organization of American Historians
This is a major history association. It has a strong focus on teaching history at the elementary and secondary levels, as well as public history (museum curator, site interpreters, etc).

Superstition Review
Superstition Review is an important teaching tool at ASU. Committed to publishing fresh art, fiction, interviews, nonfiction and poetry, the magazine is student designed, student maintained, and student edited.

The Project for Writing and Recording Family History
The Project for Writing and Recording Family History supports teaching, research, and public service in writing, recording, and publishing family history.