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Affiliated Scholars & Emeritus Faculty

Affiliated Scholars

Carolyn Bronstein
Associate Dean and Professor, College of Communication
cbronste@depaul.edu
American women's media history, feminism and pornography, advertising and gender representation, feminism and news, advertising criticism.

Emanuele Colombo
Associate Professor, Catholic Studies
ecolombo@depaul.edu
Church History (XVI-XVIII centuries), Jesuit missions, Christians-Muslims relationships in the early modern age, History of ideas in the early modern age.

Paul Jaskot
Professor, History of Art and Architecture
pjaskot@depaul.edu
Modern Art and Architecture, History of Architecture, Nazi Art and Architecture, Chicago Architecture and Urban Planning and Art Historical Methodology

Sara Kimble
Assistant Professor, School for New Learning
skimble2@depaul.edu
European history, humanities, and womens history

Gregory​ Mark, Professor, College of​ Law
gmark@depaul.edu​

Corporate finance, corporate governance and American legal history.

Michael McIntyre
Associate Professor, International Studies
mmcintyr@depaul.edu
Critical IR Theory, Social Movements, International Political Economy, Research Design, State Terror, Marxism

James H. Murphy
Professor, English
jmurphy5@depaul.edu
​Political history and the history of fiction of Nineteenth-century Ireland. Gender and sexuality, education and religion and the history of the book.

Donald Opitz​
Associate Professor and Associate Dean, School for New Learning
dopitz@depaul.edu

Intersection between science and culture in late-nineteenth century Britain, with an emphasis on the roles of class, gender and sexuality in knowledge-making and institution-building

Chernoh Sesay
Associate Professor, Religious Studies
csesay@depaul.edu

African-American Christianity and Freemasonry, American Evangelicalism, and Early American History

Allison Tirres
Associate Professor, College of Law
atirres@depaul.edu​
​Immigration, citizenship and property law in both historical and contemporary perspectives.

Simone Zurawski
Associate Professor, History of Art and Architecture
szurawsk@depaul.edu

Seventeenth century European art​

Emeritus Faculty

Thomas Croak, C.M., D.A., JD

Albert Erlebacher, PhD

Daniel Goffman, PhD

James P. Krokar, PhD

Howard O. Lindsey, PhD

Richard Meister, PhD

Cornelius Sippel, PhD​