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Full List of CGRAS Faculty

Alena Esposito
Alena Esposito

Assistant Professor

Amy Richter
Amy Richter

Associate Professor

Andrew Stewart
Andrew Stewart

Associate Professor

Asha Best
Asha Best

Assistant Professor

Belen Atienza
Belen Atienza

Associate Professor

Beth Gale
Beth Gale

Associate Professor

Betsy Huang
Betsy Huang

Asc Prov & Dean of the College

Cynthia Caron
Cynthia Caron

Associate Professor

Denise Humphreys Bebbington
Denise Humphreys Bebbington

PT Research Assoc Professor

Esther Jones
Esther Jones

Asc Prov & Dean of the Faculty

Gohar Siddiqui
Gohar Siddiqui

Assistant Professor

Jack Delehanty
Jack Delehanty

Assistant Professor

Jie Park
Jie Park

Associate Professor

JQ

Joanne Qu

CHIN 105

John Garton
John Garton

Associate Professor

Jude Fernando
Jude Fernando

Associate Professor

Lex Jing Lu
Lex Jing Lu

Assistant Professor

Lisa Kasmer
Lisa Kasmer

Associate Professor

Meredith Neuman
Meredith Neuman

Chair of English/Assoc Prof

Nigel Brissett
Nigel Brissett

Assistant Professor

Nina Kushner
Nina Kushner

Associate Professor

Odile Ferly
Odile Ferly

Associate Professor

Ora Szekely
Ora Szekely

Associate Professor

Patricia Ewick
Patricia Ewick

Co-Chair of Sociology & Prof

Paul Posner
Paul Posner

Associate Professor

Rox Samer
Rox Samer

Assistant Professor

Shelly Tenenbaum
Shelly Tenenbaum

Co-Chair of Sociology & Prof

Stephen Levin
Stephen Levin

Associate Professor

Suzanne Scoggins
Suzanne Scoggins

Assistant Professor

Timothy Downs
Timothy Downs

Associate Professor

TG

Tyran Grillo

JAPN 220

Yuko Aoyama
Yuko Aoyama

Assoc Prov/Dean of Research

Danielle HanleyDr. Danielle Hanley
Professor
danhanley@clarku.edu

Dr. Hanley received her B.A. from Cornell University in 2006. She received her MA and PhD in Political Science, focusing on Political Theory, from the University of Pennsylvania in 2016 and 2018, respectively. She has previously taught courses at University of Pennsylvania, Stockton University, and Rutgers University before coming to Clark.

Dr. Hanley is interested in the role of emotions in political life. Her work draws together scholarship from political theory, classical studies, feminist thought, and performance studies to consider the work of grief and rage in politics. She is currently working on her first book project, based on her dissertation research, which examines grief, rage, and solidarity in the context of Greek tragedy and contemporary protest movements. In addition, she writes about feminist pedagogy in the conventional and virtual classroom. Dr. Hanley is currently teaching the introductory course for Women’s and Gender Studies, and is excited about teaching courses in WGS that will draw on her research and training in political theory, including courses that focus on emotions, gender, and power.